Job: Pharmacy Director

Categories Pharmacist
Salary Very Competitive
Location El Paso, TX
Job Information

DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY

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We are seeking an experienced Pharmacy Director for our community hospital in El Paso, TX.

 Job Description :

The Director of Pharmacy will oversee and manage the overall department operations and will assure that necessary manpower and supplies are available to provide quality patient care / service.  The Director is responsible for the development, supervision, coordination and successful completion of all department activities and processes.  The Director is responsible for training and services provided by this position and the department, which must be appropriate to patients of all age groups.  The Director is accountable and responsible for all departmental activities, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor in Pharmacy required
  • Master’s degree in related field or Pharm D. preferred or equivalent experience
  • Current license in Pharmacy with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy
  • Completion of ACPE Provider Accredited IV Training Course (20hr) in Sterile Compounding and Aseptic Technique for the preparation of sterile products
  • Must be able to effectively interact with pharmacy professionals, pharmacy support, Nursing and Medical Staff personnel
  • 5 or more years hospital pharmacy experience preferred ability to take 24 hour responsibility and accountability for reporting departments
  • Strong financial background and demonstrated fiscal responsibility, fluent in English and Spanish communication skills preferred
  • Results oriented individual with a proven track record
  • Proficient knowledge in State and Federal legal requirements as well as USP current requirements

Relocation Assistance Available for ideal candidate

Qualified Candidates please forward your CV to Eric Clay at eclay@lpchealthcare.com or call 773-494-9365 for more information.

 

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