Pharmacy Management Jobs

Amherst Healthcare is constantly searching for Pharmacy Managers for our hospitals throughout the United States. The types of pharmacy management jobs that we have are Pharmacy Supervisors, (sometimes called Pharmacy Managers), Clinical Managers, Clinical Coordinators, Assistant Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Operations Managers, and Director of Pharmacy. The experience level and specific requirements for these positions will vary from hospital to hospital. In many cases a hospital will hire a licensed hospital experienced staff or clinical pharmacist and place them in the role of a pharmacy manager or pharmacy supervisor. In many cases the hospital administration is going to require that the pharmacy manager have prior experience as a hospital pharmacy supervisor. Clinical Pharmacy Managers and Clinical Coordinators in the pharmacy department are usually one and the same with the exception that the Clinical Manager will usually be required to manage pharmacy staff, whereas in many hospitals around the country a Clinical Coordinator is going to be purely responsible for clinical programs and education within the pharmacy department. The roles vary from hospital to hospital and either one in the absence of upper management is responsible for the proper operation of the pharmacy department. Assistant Director of Pharmacy Jobs are not available in every hospital. Usually these ADOP jobs are available in bigger hospital pharmacies. In smaller hospitals a clinical pharmacy manager or a clinical coordinator will assume the responsibilities of the Assistant Director of Pharmacy in addition to their clinical responsibilities. Pharmacy Operations Manager positions are similar to the Assistant Director of Pharmacy jobs in that they are usually only found in larger hospitals. Our most common types of pharmacy management jobs are Director of Pharmacy Jobs. The position for Director of Pharmacy or DOP is usually one that requires prior experience in a similar role usually with similar size hospital experience. Hospital administrations are more and more beginning to require Doctorate of Pharmacy degrees or PharmDs or MBAs. Some hospitals that are for-profit are beginning to require for-profit hospital pharmacy experience. The most important skill required for a Director of Pharmacy is going to be current experience as a director of a hospital pharmacy and a stable employment history.

Pharmacy Management Jobs Openings:

Hospital Pharmacy Management Jobs

Grand Rapids, MI
Amherst Healthcare, a Leader in Pharmacist Recruitment has multiple Hospital Pharmacy Management Jobs throughout the country. It is no surprise to anyone when we say that the job outlook for pharmacists in various cities and states throughout the country is very bleak. With so many hospitals already closed and others on the brink of financial collapse the likelihood of being able to work a desirable shift is extremely low. When you have pharmacists who have completed a PGY1 Residency looking for work on the evening shift or just about any other shift that comes open, it is a glaring sign that things are probably going to get worse before they get better.

There are 1 of 3 things that could happen that would improve the outlook for pharmacist jobs in your city or state: 1. A lot of currently employed pharmacists retire. If this happens it will open up a lot of positions for all of the pharmacist who are currently looking to make a change. (This is not very likely to happen anytime soon, especially since the nation is still technically in a recession)
2. A lot of pharmacists would have to relocate thereby opening up positions for those that remain. (Also not a likely option, many pharmacists are settled and not looking to pick up and start over.) 3. You can be preemptive and not wait for your hospital to fall into financial disarray and decide to relocate for your own sake and the sake of your family.
We feel that Option #3 is the best possible option available and as such we have several pharmacy management positions from a few different states for those interested in exploring a pharmacy job in other states. Our pharmacy management jobs include Director of Pharmacy Jobs, Clinical Pharmacy Manager Jobs, Assistant Director of Pharmacy Jobs, and Pharmacy Supervisor Jobs. A few of our Immediate Pharmacy Management Jobs include, but are not limited to:
*Director of Pharmacy position at a 400+ bed hospital in Dallas, Texas. (Must have current or prior DOP experience at a similar size hospital. Cost of living is dirt-cheap in Texas and you can probably buy a mansion for the price of a NY studio apartment. There is also no state income tax in Texas. Yes, everything is bigger in Texas and that goes for your paychecks as well)
*Director of Pharmacy job available for a 170 bed hospital in a growing city in New Mexico. Compensation is very competitive, but DOP candidate must have prior experience as a Director of Pharmacy in a For-Profit hospital!
*Assistant Director of Pharmacy for Maryland hospital. This is an exceptional opportunity for a pharmacy manager to move up the pharmacist career ladder. This is an excellent hospital and pharmacists with experience as a Hospital Pharmacy Manager, Hospital Pharmacy Supervisor or experience as an Assistant Director of Pharmacy will all be equally considered based on what they bring to the table.
*Home Infusion Manager Jobs in Rochester, NY; Birmingham, AL; Philadelphia, PA; St. Louis, MO; and Chicago, IL. (Great opportunities available in major cities throughout the U.S. and more to come in 2011. There is a strong preference for pharmacist who have Home Infusion experience from a Home Health Care organization. Pharmacist are expected to already hold a pharmacy license in the state, which they are looking to work.)
*Clinical Pharmacy Managers wanted in Richmond Virginia. Must have clinical pharmacy experience, as well as hospital management experience.
*Clinical Pharmacy Managers wanted in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pharmacist candidates must possess a Doctorate of Pharmacy Degree and multiple years of hospital pharmacy management experience, in addition to 2 or more years of experience as a Clinical Pharmacist.
*Hospital Pharmacy Supervisor for Las Vegas, Nevada. Pharmacist candidate must have a PharmD and multiple years of hospital pharmacy management experience. (Compensation is exceptional, but there will be no relocation provided for this position.)
Why wait until your hospital shuts down or gets into more financial trouble before having a look around? Amherst Healthcare has taken a step towards being preemptive and we think that you should too!
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Director of Pharmacy

Sacramento, CA
Long Term Health Care Pharmacy that supplies pharmaceuticals to long-term care campuses, skilled nursing facilities and/or assisted living facilities has a Director of Pharmacy opening. With multiple pharmacies in three different states, this is a great opportunity with outstanding growth opportunities.

This Director of Pharmacy position will report to the General Manager.

Position Summary: The Director of Pharmacy is responsible for the efficient operation of the Sacramento, CA Pharmacy location. The Director establishes standards of quality, productivity and performance in accordance with the company pharmacy services policies and procedures and requirements of State and Federal regulatory agencies. The Director of Pharmacy will adhere to the Mission and Values of the company.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Graduate with a BS/Pharm D from an accredited School of Pharmacy  Registered Pharmacist, licensed in the State of California  5+ years minimum pharmacist experience  Excellent Leadership and Customer Service Skills  Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal  A desire and passion for continuous process improvement within a dynamic environment  Long Term Care Pharmacy preferred (but not necessary)  Pharmacy Management experience preferred (but not necessary)

RESPONSIBILITIES:  Participates in formulating and administering company policies and developing long range goals and objectives.  Directs and coordinates activities in the department or division for which responsibility is delegated.  Reviews analysis of activities, costs and operations to determine department progress towards stated goals and objectives.  Confers with the General Manager and other administrative personnel to review achievements and discuss required changes in goals and objectives.  Retains existing accounts through constant dialogue with the Directors of Nursing and Administrators at contract facilities.  Manages subordinate supervisors in data processing, staff pharmacists, delivery, packaging and IV.  Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of the pharmacy.  Interviews, hires, and oversees the training of all employees in the pharmacy.  Researches and resolves complaints within the pharmacy as directed by GM.  Resolves complaints and concerns from the staff within the pharmacy.  Arranges pharmacy coverage at all times.  Pharmacy QA and record keeping for all statistics needed by operations.  Conduct weekly meetings with department supervisors.

Healthcare Benefits Company offers a competitive benefits package for full time employees which includes medical with prescription drug plan, dental, vision, life, choice time, 401k, etc.
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Director of Pharmacy

Holland, MI
Director, Pharmacy Services Amherst Healthcare is seeking a strong Director of Pharmacy Services for a hospital system with over 200 employees focusing on pharmaceutical care. Technology used includes Pyxis automated dispensing units, robotics, compounding machines, extensive computerization, electronic medication administration records and computerized provider order entry.

The position is located in one of the fastest growing medical communities in the nation. The city takes pride in small town values and large city attractions. It is an ideal location to raise a family.

Responsibilities: Assumes 24-hour accountability for the overall delivery of pharmaceutical care for. Exhibits vision and influential direction on pharmaceutical issues (e.g., bulk buying, use of retail space, etc.) across the Health System. Provides clinical consultation and expertise in support of client assessment and care processes: for participating in the development of clinical, staff, and continuing education programs; for managing the process of preparing, dispensing and monitoring medications as prescribed and ordered by a licensed physician and in compliance with applicable regulations and standards; for collaborating with other leaders and staff in the development, management, and operation of the Pharmacy.

Qualifications Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy. Licensed as a Pharmacist in the State of Michigan or eligible for licensure in Michigan. Masters Degree in Hospital Pharmacy, Business Administration or Management or Doctor of Pharmacy Degree preferred. Residency training preferred. Seven plus years experience working in a complex health care system with five years of management experience at a system that provides transplant services. Knowledge of 340B and its impact on all parts of a health system. Experience with outpatient pharmacies preferred. Experience with and involvement in ASHP preferred.

The organization is a quality award winning regional health system. They have been named by Thomson Reuters as one of the nation's top 10 health systems recognizing clinical quality and efficiency. The organization succeeds through strong and active partnerships with physicians and research in their patient-centric organization. This individual will serve as the key leader of three hospitals. In addition to leading the Pharmacy Services of the combined hospitals with 1176 beds at Butterworth Hospital, it also collaborates with the Pharmacy Services of the regional hospitals.

Desired Experience: large complex health system experience that includes transplant, good communication skills, know hopital finances, strong pharmacy knowledge, involved in national ASHP, strong focus on clinical safety and quality, knowledge of the 340B impact on reimbursement
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Director of Pharmacy - Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX
A full-service hospital in Dallas, Texas has an opening for a Director of Pharmacy. We are looking for a Director of Pharmacy to lead and guide the service line in the overall goal to improve the lives of those in the communities we serve. We are looking for an experienced Pharmacy leader to be responsible for customer, staff, and physician satisfaction; employee development; and operations for the assigned areas.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION: Bachelors of Science in Pharmacy OR PharmD required

EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years hospital pharmacy operations experience required Previous Manager or Director experience preferred.

Responsibilities • Develop and implement departmental policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of pharmaceutical care for the hospital pharmacy • Monitor patient care and staff performance in relation to establish standards, policies, and procedures • Collaborate with the education coordinator and regulatory agencies to provide in-services and educational opportunities to increase knowledge and ability to provide the highest service available • Responsible for driving to the top percentile patient satisfaction scores • Responsible for staff, physician, customer, family, and community satisfaction relative to the assigned area • Maintain effective intradepartmental and agency relationships, and communications to foster a service attitude • Participate on hospital or medical staff committees, and THR committees to identify patient care requirements and staffing needs; to plan and implement recruitment strategies; and to determine long range plans for delivery programs, facilities, equipment, and human resources • Director personnel functions for the department, including hiring, terminations, counseling, career pathway, and salary administration. • Seek and retain personnel with the qualifications and competence to support, and skill level required, to achieve the goals established for the department • Develop and be held accountable to operating and capital budgets • Supervise the various levels of licensed and non-licensed personnel in the department within the function of shared leadership • Develop and implement business plans for any expansion projects
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