Pharmacy Operations Manager

Pharmacy Operations Manager
Under the direction of the Pharmacy Director and within established organizational and departmental policies and procedures, responsible for providing staff supervision and operational support to the Pharmacy Director.
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy required; Pharm D preferred.
Massachusetts Registered Pharmacist required.
Five (5) years hospital pharmacist experience required. Three (3) years pharmacy supervisory/management experience preferred.
Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and leadership skills required. Demonstrated communication (oral and written), analytical and organizational skills required.
Oversee Clinical Staff Pharmacists as they provide specialized pharmaceutical services to improve drug usage and therapeutic outcomes including, but not limited to, advising physicians on issues concerning drug therapy, the inherent toxicity of drugs and their side effects, as well as assisting in the prescription of appropriate doses.
Daily supervision of the Pharmacy Department. Supervise, train/orient staff. Monitor activities, both in and out of the pharmacy, to ensure optimum patient care and accurate and timely task completion. Enhance professional growth and development of staff.
Oversee and approve work schedules; approve time off requests; assign personnel. Approve accurate weekly attendance records utilizing Kronos system.
Work in conjunction with the Pharmacy Business and Inventory Manager to ensure that the pharmacy is appropriately stocked with essential inventory; support department cost control initiatives; monitor charge system for items dispensed from Pharmacy.
Act as pharmacy services liaison with Nursing services, medical staff and ancillary services.
Work collaboratively with Pharmacy Clinical Manager in support of patient care initiatives.
Create, administer and document staff competencies. Responsible for new hire training, performing 90 day probationary evaluation and yearly evaluations of all Clinical Staff Pharmacists.
Coordinate and document ongoing safety education for the department.
Maintain established hospital and departmental policies and procedures, objectives, confidentiality, quality improvement program, compliance, safety, infection control and environmental standards.
Maintain professional growth and development through attendance at seminars, workshops, conferences or in-services, professional affiliations or journals to stay abreast of current trends in field of expertise.
Meet annual competency and retraining requirements.
Attend meetings as required. Participate on committees as directed.
Regular and reliable job attendance is an essential job function.
Perform other functions/duties as requested.

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