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Director of Pharmacy Jobs

As a director of pharmacy, you are a leader and a guide. Your direction determines the pharmacy’s effectiveness, and you know how to keep the operation running smoothly.

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You work well under pressure and make sure that employees are performing consistently. Business skills are crucial, as well, and you can expect to perform managerial duties regularly. If you are searching for an ideal director of pharmacy job, find out more here!

Director of Pharmacy Job Description

Directors of pharmacy are responsible for the successful operation of the pharmacy. They monitor, assess, and provide constructive feedback to employees. They ensure that all regulations and guidelines are met, including professional standards and state and federal compliance. Whether you are looking for retail or hospital pharmacy director jobs, you should understand how to operate pharmaceutical equipment. Another critical role is as a communicator. You are the go-to figure for employees, corporate contacts, and healthcare workers, and need to communicate clearly and effectively.

Director of Pharmacy Requirements

A director of pharmacy needs to be licensed in the state of employment. They also need to hold a Pharm D. degree from an accredited program. If you have had any assistant director of pharmacy jobs, that can be a valuable bonus to employers. You need to lift and move heavy equipment and be on your feet for most of the day. A business background is common for many pharmacy directors, as many of the responsibilities are administrative.

Director of Pharmacy Salary and Job Outlook

Phamacy directors make excellent salaries. This number can vary based on your experience, your work setting, and the hiring company. The outlook for director of pharmacy jobs is healthy, especially in hospitals and clinical settings. If you are adept at balancing administrative, organizational, and communication skills, you can find the perfect director of pharmacy job today.

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Travel Director of Pharmacy Peridot, AZ Contract Monday-Friday
Pharmacy-Director of Pharmacy 24 days ago Mount Vernon, WA

RPh on the go is in search for a Director of Pharmacy. 
 
Summary: Director of Pharmacy plans, develops, implements and evaluates administrative management and strategy of the Pharmacy department by establishing and maintaining standards, systems and processes are effective to ensure operations support the mission, goals and objectives of the hospital. 

Length: 13-weeks
Shift: Monday-Friday
Duties

 

  • Directs, manages and supervises daily administrative operations of the Pharmacy 
  • Develops operational and financial outcome measures, related tracking and monitoring systems and a mechanism to integrate efforts into organization-wide Quality Improvement systems

  • Directs, implements and evaluates development of departmental, functional and/or service related policies and procedures

  • Develops and supervises staff through provision of timely feedback and use of appropriate Human Resource policies and tools to facilitate and ensure the ability of staff to achieve highest level of professional growth and desired performance standards

  • Plans, directs, implements and evaluates computer-based pharmacy information and dispensing system to ensure ongoing efficiency and accuracy of data capture

  • Develops, manages and supervises purchasing and inventory management functions to ensure cost effective inventory management while providing timely availability to appropriate pharmaceuticals and related products

  • Facilitates the professional growth of staff by accurately assessing learning needs, styles and barriers to learning; coordinates learning opportunities.

  • Prepares monthly progress/operational report; identifies areas of improvement, concern and recommended

  • Occasionally, may perform duties and functions of Clinical Pharmacist as needed based on staffing constraints

  • Performs other job related functions and activities as requested/required

Minimum Requirements:

  • Five years professional experience with two years of management experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy; PharmD preferred including 1 year residency
  • Current and valid state Pharmacy license, required
  • BLS certification within 30 days of hire

Apply today by submitting your resume for immediate consideration to [email protected] or call 773-628-0099.