UK HealthCare

Lexington, Kentucky

Application Deadline: June 1, 2017

PGY2 Specialty Pharmacy Residency

Contact: Tina Dorosz, Tina.Dorosz@uky.edu, 859-218-5413

UK will launch PGY-2 residency in Specialty Pharmacy in July 2017. This program encompasses experiences which combine clinical rotations with rotational and longitudinal Specialty Pharmacy experiences during the PGY2 residency year. This program also includes the ability to complete a Teacher Certificate from the UK School of Pharmacy.  The purpose of the PGY2 Residency in Specialty Pharmacy is to develop the resident into a Specialty pharmacist leader who assumes a position in Specialty Pharmacy, such as a manager, clinical coordinator, or assistant director. The long-term objective of this program is to equip and prepare residents to assume leadership positions within academic medical centers and/or large health systems. A graduate of this program will be prepared immediately to enter a mid-level pharmacy leadership role at an academic medical center with a specific focus on Specialty Pharmacy. The training received in this program will prepare the graduate for much larger roles if desired and pursued.

OVERVIEW

The PGY2 Residency program in Specialty Pharmacy focuses on developing business, leadership and clinical skills in the area of Specialty Pharmacy. Residents are given opportunities to participate in the implementation of projects, participate regularly on interdisciplinary committees, and lead process and quality improvement initiatives. This program will foster an environment of safe and effective use of medication practices from a leadership perspective. Research is readily available and required throughout the program in each resident's area of interest. Each resident will give an ACPE accredited presentation at UK College of Pharmacy Grand Rounds as well as provide educational presentations and in-services during rotations. The Resident will be able to participate in a teaching certificate program offered through the University Of Kentucky College Of Pharmacy. In addition to on-site rotations, shortened experiences will be required such as, attending the Apexus 340B University and the 1 week Cardinal Health Contracts and Pricing Program rotation in Dublin, OH. Rotations will be sequenced based on preceptor availability and the resident’s career interests.

QUALIFICATIONS

~Graduate ACPE-accredited School of Pharmacy
~Eligible for licensure in KY
~U.S. Citizen/Permanent resident
~Completed PGY1
~Retail Experience

ESSENTIALS
~Orientation /Information Technology/PBMs and contracting with PBMs
~Accreditation/documentation/Information Management
~Hospital Administration/ 340B/WAC GPO contract optimization
~Supply Chain Management/Mail Order/Cold Chain Supply
~Inventory control/Revenue management
~Specialty Pharmacy Management/Integration with Ambulatory Pharmacy ~Management/Outpatient Pharmacy Operations
~Patient assistance/Foundation support/Free drug program
~Specialty Disease State Management/Clinical Practice Management (Rheumatology, Neurology, Pulmonology, Gastrointestinal)

Presentation
Opportunities
~ASHP Midyear
~Pharmacy Grand Rounds
~UK Pharmacy Fall Conference
~Vizient

Electives
~Academia
~Infusion Pharmacy
~Focused Administrative Experiences
~Focused Clinical Experiences

Longitudinal
~Human Resources
~Research Project
~Staffing/On-Call
~Teaching

Carolinas Poison Center

Charlotte, North Carolina

Application Deadline: June 1, 2017

Pharmacy Fellowship in Toxicology

Website: http://careers.ashp.org/jobs/8833585/pharmacy-fellowship-in-toxicology

The Carolinas Poison Center and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy offer a two-year pharmacy fellowship in clinical toxicology. The fellowship experience includes all facets of clinical toxicology and prepares the fellow for successful credentialing by the American Board of Applied Toxicology (ABAT).

Activities include care of the poisoned or overdosed patient, formal teaching from board-certified Medical and PharmD toxicologists, experience in teaching and precepting, clinical research, manuscript preparation, and poison center management. The primary focus is recognizing, assessing, and managing poisoned patients.

The fellow functions as an essential member of the toxicology service at Carolinas Medical Center.

Minimum requirements include a PharmD from an ACPE-accredited program and a PGY-I general pharmacy practice residency. Completion of a PGY-II residency in emergency medicine or critical care pharmacy is preferred but not required.

Kanakanak Hospital

Dillingham, Alaska

Application Deadline: June 30, 2017

Pharmacist

Contact: Kane Olson, kolson@bbahc.org, 907-842-9239

Website: http://www.bbahc.org/index.asp?SEC=%7B1D82C1E9-0BFC-45D2-B6B1-D67017CED1A4%7D&Ty...

Performs professional pharmacy services to hospitalized patients and outpatients and provides pharmaceutical products and clinical pharmacy services throughout the region. Pharmacy services are provided under the general supervision of the Pharmacy Director and in accordance with regulatory agencies and requirements.

Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy

Auburn, Alabama

Application Deadline: April 1, 2017

Department Head, Health Outcomes Research and Policy

Website: http://aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/2074

Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy is inviting nominations and applications for the position of Department Head, Department of Health Outcomes Research and Policy. This is a tenure track position at the Associate Professor or Professor level. Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy is the only publicly funded School of Pharmacy in Alabama. The School prioritizes quality education, scholarship, and outreach. Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Masters of Science (MS), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees are offered.

Candidates must have a terminal degree in their field and demonstrated accomplishments in research, teaching, and service. Candidates should possess academic credentials sufficient to meet tenure eligibility requirements of Auburn University. A professional degree in pharmacy is preferred; however, candidates with a background in medicine, public health, health care administration, epidemiology, or related fields are encouraged to apply. As department head, successful candidates must have excellent interpersonal and management skills; be able to facilitate, motivate and influence; have vision; and be a team player. The department head’s responsibilities include: daily departmental operations; budgeting; ensuring quality in the Department’s instructional programs; faculty development in all areas of scholarship; contributing to the development of School policy and strategic planning; and participation in the Department’s graduate and research programs. Extramurally funded research is an important element to the ongoing success for the Department, and the successful candidate would ideally maintain or build a productive, externally funded research program. The department head is expected to serve as a liaison for enhancing research productivity of the Department. Salary and rank will be competitive and commensurate with education and experience.

THE DEPARTMENT:

The Department of Health Outcomes Research and Policy is comprised of eight faculty members from a variety of disciplines that are relevant to the quality, safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of medication use and the provision of healthcare services. Current faculty have expertise in medication adherence, patient-provider and provider-provider communications, organizational behavior, behavioral economics, comparative effectiveness research, safety, pharmacoepidemiology, and informatics. Ideal applicants would have complimentary or overlapping expertise. All faculty have active research programs with current funding coming from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and other private foundations. The size of the Department’s MS and PhD program averages a total of 15 students at any given time.

THE UNIVERSITY:

Auburn University is a land-grant institution with a multicultural student enrollment of over 27,000. The University provides instruction in approximately 70 academic departments and maintains graduate research and public service programs. The University is located in the city of Auburn, in east-central Alabama near several large metropolitan areas of Alabama (e.g., Montgomery and Birmingham) and Georgia (e.g., Atlanta and Columbus). Co-located in Auburn is the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, which provides additional research and teaching collaborations.

APPLICATIONS:

To assure full consideration, applications must include a curriculum vita, a letter of interest providing a summary of qualifications for the position, and the name and contact information for three references. Interested candidates should apply online at the following link: aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/2074

Review of applications will begin April 1, 2017, and will continue until a suitable candidate is selected and recommended for appointment. Successful candidates must meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States at the time of initial appointment and must maintain eligibility for the proposed term of employment. Candidates must have excellent written and interpersonal skills.

University of Florida College of Pharmacy

Gainesville, Florida

Application Deadline: June 30, 2017

Tenure-track Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacodynamics

Contact: Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D., hartmut@cop.ufl.edu

Website: http://www.medicinoxy.com/announcement,a3270.html

The College of Pharmacy invites applications for a position of tenure-track Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacodynamics.  This position is a part of the University of Florida’s Preeminence initiative, with the goal of strategic faculty hires to further elevate our national academic and research standing to one of the top 10 public universities in the United States. 

The College of Pharmacy is seeking a visionary leaderfor the Department who is experienced in collaborative research partnerships and who will seize the opportunity as Chair to strengthen and expand its research vision for understanding mechanisms of disease and developing new therapeutics.  The ideal candidate will have a distinguished record of research, teaching, scholarly accomplishments and leadership. S/he should also be an accomplished educator with experience in graduate education and in mentoring both junior faculty and graduate students.  The Chair will be expected to work with the department in a collaborative and transparent manner to promote overall interests and development of the department faculty, staff, postdocs, and students, and with the Dean and other leadership of the College of Pharmacy to fulfill its research, education and governance missions.

The department is highly integrative and collaborative, with a strong focus in cellular and systems physiology and pharmacology.  The new Chair will lead current faculty, and will help recruit additional faculty, to enhance and extend current research in the department. 

The College of Pharmacy has a strong commitment to attain even greater prominence among the top tier of pharmacy programs.  The College is located at the main campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, the flagship AAU academic research institution of the State of Florida.  The College is based in one of the largest integrated academichealth centers in the country, with Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Public Health and Health Professions, and Veterinary Medicine, as well as UF Health and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, situated on a university campus serving over 50,000 students. 

Advertised Salary:

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

Minimum Requirements:

Applicants should have a doctoral degree in an appropriate field. Successful candidates will have a strong current funding record, a proven track record of publication in top journals, recognition as a current or emerging leader in their discipline, a demonstrated ability to establish or work effectively in interdisciplinary collaborations, and applicable administrative and management experience. Candidates are expected to maintain a strong extramurally-funded research program.

Criminal background check required.

Preferred Qualifications:

Candidates should have a distinguished record of research, teaching, and scholarly accomplishments.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

The Search Committee will accept applications until the position is filled and will begin reviewing applications immediately.

Interested applicants should apply online at https://jobs.ufl.edu. A cover letter, CV, brief summary of research accomplishments, funding and current research and a list of three references are required.  References will not be contacted without the applicant’s permission.

To request further information, please contact:

Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D.

hartmut@cop.ufl.edu

Search Committee Chair

University of Florida

College of Pharmacy

PO Box 100494

Gainesville, FL 32610

Walgreens

Northern Michigan, Michigan

Application Deadline: May 31, 2017

Community Pharmacist

Contact: Heather Kauffman, Heather.Kauffman@Walgreens.com

Website: http://www.walgreens.jobs

At Walgreens, we help people get, stay and live well. That’s our core purpose and the difference we make in people’s lives every day. Our purpose has shaped the direction of our company since Charles R. Walgreen Sr. founded his first drugstore in 1901, and it still does today.

Our team members make that purpose come to life in our over 8,000 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, in our call centers, distribution centers, on-site clinics, specialty pharmacies and corporate offices. In fact, those daily demonstrations of our purpose have helped Walgreens become an industry leader and a household name. 

Walgreens has something for everyone who wants to build a successful career. Here, you’ll find supportive co-workers, an innovative environment and the tools you need to grow your skills, help build healthy communities and advance your career.

As the nation's leading pharmacy, we seek professional individuals to fill key positions at Walgreens, ensuring our leadership and taking us to even higher levels of growth, profitability, innovation and customer service. Walgreens is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes individuals of diverse talents and backgrounds. Walgreens promotes and supports a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.

 

Specialized, Structured Training Program in a great work environment! 

If you’re looking for immersion in the field, from prescription medications to herbal products, disease state information to pharmacy laws and ethics, this is the ideal opportunity for you.

The community pharmacist position is job objectives include:

  • To ensure accurate filling of prescriptions and provide high quality patient care through the efficient use of technology and management of workflow
  • To ensure all compliance with federal and state regulations, as well as company policies and procedures
  • To provide customer service by counseling patients, resolving complaints, and enhancing satisfaction
  • To maintain knowledge and skill in the field of pharmacy and seek self-development
  • To provide preventative health care services such as immunizations, diabetes awareness, and others as needed
  • To assist the Pharmacy Manager as needed

A career at Walgreens offers you the potential for growth and a clear path to advancement. Our innovative spirit means every day is a different opportunity to excel in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Take your first step towards a fulfilling career.

Apply now at www.walgreens.jobs and email resume or CV to Heather.Kauffman@Walgreens.com

Full time positions available in the following Northern Michigan locations:

  • Alpena, MI                               
  • Midland, MI
  • Mt. Pleasant
  • Sault Ste. Marie
  • Saginaw

 

Multiple Employers

Multiple Locations, California

Application Deadline: March 1, 2017

Multiple Opportunities

Dear Valued AACP Member:

Your search for a career in academic pharmacy begins with the AACP Online Career Center. The following positions are accepting applications now:

  • Assistant/Associate Professor/Full Professor in Internal Medicine/Critical Care – Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
  • Department Head – Auburn University
  • Department Chair Clinical and Administrative Sciences – California Northstate University
  • Faculty Position Clinical and Administrative Sciences – California Northstate University
  • Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Accreditation – Idaho State University
  • Chair, Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences – Idaho State University
  • Chair, Biopharmaceutical Sciences – Keck Graduate Institute
  • Director, Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling – Keck Graduate Institute
  • Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Clinical Science in Ambulatory Care – Keck Graduate Institute
  • Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutics – Keck Graduate Institute
  • Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Acute Care, School of Pharmacy – Keck Graduate Institute
  • Assistant Professor, Material Science/Physical Pharmaceutics – Long Island University
  • Assistant/Associate Professor, Nanotechnology/Drug Delivery – Long Island University
  • Assistant/Associate Professor, Pharmacokinetics – Long Island University
  • Pharmacoepidemiology and Health Outcome Research Faculty Position – Long Island University
  • Assistant or Associate Professor Co-Director of Professional Laboratories – Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Assistant or Associate Professor, Pharmacy Administration and Health Outcomes – Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice – Ohio Northern University
  • Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice – Ohio Northern University
  • Pharmacologist/Assistant Director of Research – Presbyterian College
  • Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor, Hospitalist – South College
  • Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Assessment – South College
  • Faculty, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Sciences – Stony Brook University
  • Social, Behavioral, Administrative Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty – Stony Brook University
  • Assistant/Associate Professor/Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy – Stony Brook University
  • Associate Dean for Academic Affairs – St. John Fisher College
  • Assistant/Associate/Professor Pharmacy Practice – Sullivan University
  • Full-Time, Tenure-track College of Pharmacy Faculty Position – The University of Findlay
  • Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Clinical Sciences – The University of Texas at Tyler
  • Department Chair – The University of Utah
  • Provost and Chief Academic Officer – Touro University California
  • Chair and Professor – University of Florida
  • Associate Dean for Academic Affairs – University of Houston
  • Dean, College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Dean, School of Pharmacy – University of Louisiana at Monroe
  • Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor in Pharmacy Practice (Am. Care and Acute Psychiatry) – University of Missouri–Kansas City
  • Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences – University of South Florida
  • Professor, Pharmacy Practice (Internal Medicine) – West Coast University

University of Florida College of Pharmacy

Gainsville, Florida

Application Deadline: April 30, 2017

Tenure-track Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacodynamics

Contact: Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D., hartmut@cop.ufl.edu

University of Florida, Department of Pharmacodynamics in the College of Pharmacy

The College of Pharmacy invites applications for a position of tenure-track Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacodynamics.  This position is a part of the University of Florida’s Preeminence initiative, with the goal of strategic faculty hires to further elevate our national academic and research standing to one of the top 10 public universities in the United States. 

The College of Pharmacy is seeking a visionary leaderfor the Department who is experienced in collaborative research partnerships and who will seize the opportunity as Chair to strengthen and expand its research vision for understanding mechanisms of disease and developing new therapeutics.  The ideal candidate will have a distinguished record of research, teaching, scholarly accomplishments and leadership. S/he should also be an accomplished educator with experience in graduate education and in mentoring both junior faculty and graduate students.  The Chair will be expected to work with the department in a collaborative and transparent manner to promote overall interests and development of the department faculty, staff, postdocs, and students, and with the Dean and other leadership of the College of Pharmacy to fulfill its research, education and governance missions.

The department is highly integrative and collaborative, with a strong focus in cellular and systems physiology and pharmacology.  The new Chair will lead current faculty, and will help recruit additional faculty, to enhance and extend current research in the department. 

The College of Pharmacy has a strong commitment to attain even greater prominence among the top tier of pharmacy programs.  The College is located at the main campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, the flagship AAU academic research institution of the State of Florida.  The College is based in one of the largest integrated academichealth centers in the country, with Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Public Health and Health Professions, and Veterinary Medicine, as well as UF Health and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, situated on a university campus serving over 50,000 students. 

Advertised Salary:

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

Minimum Requirements:

Applicants should have a doctoral degree in an appropriate field. Successful candidates will have a strong current funding record, a proven track record of publication in top journals, recognition as a current or emerging leader in their discipline, a demonstrated ability to establish or work effectively in interdisciplinary collaborations, and applicable administrative and management experience. Candidates are expected to maintain a strong extramurally-funded research program.

Criminal background check required.

Preferred Qualifications:

Candidates should have a distinguished record of research, teaching, and scholarly accomplishments.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

The Search Committee will accept applications until the position is filled and will begin reviewing applications immediately.

Interested applicants should apply online at https://jobs.ufl.edu. A cover letter, CV, brief summary of research accomplishments, funding and current research and a list of three references are required.  References will not be contacted without the applicant’s permission.

To request further information, please contact:

Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D.

hartmut@cop.ufl.edu

Search Committee Chair

University of Florida

College of Pharmacy

PO Box 100494

Gainesville, FL 32610

Department of Veterans Affairs

Battle Creek, Michigan

Application Deadline: March 25, 2017

Pharmacy Supervisor-Inpatient Pharmacy

Contact: Katilyn L. Harville, KATILYN.HARVILLE@VA.GOV, (269)223-6649 x 36649

Website: http://www.vacareers.va.gov/vacareers/job-search/job-detail.asp?job=cde0c0-pharm...

Duties:

The Inpatient Pharmacy Supervisor, Battle Creek VAMC acts as a representative for the Chief, Pharmacy Service. The Incumbent Pharmacy Supervisor, plans, directs, and coordinates inpatient pharmacy services. The incumbent provides first-line supervision to pharmacists, technicians, students, andf cvolunteers assiugnbed toi the inpatient pharmacy and coordinate other origframns pertraining to pharmacy within the medical center and in the community. The incumbent serves as a supervisor fo the inpatient pharmacy staff, assuring that all pharmacy programs are maintained in accordance with accepted standards of professional care. The incumbent's duties will include, but not be limited to:

-Provides direct supervision to the pharmacists, technicians, students, and volunteers assigned to the outpatient pharmacy. The incumbent will approve or disapprove leave requests, write functional and position descriptions and performance standards, evaluate employees, formulate work schedules, recommend personnel actions.

- Interviews employee candidates, recommends appointments, special advancements, within-grade increases, or disciplinary actions to the Professional Standards Board of the Chief, Pharmacy Service as appropriate.
- Assures that assigned administrative projects and reports are submitted in a timely fashion and reports are well arranged, easily understood and are submitted in the proper format in final form.

- Effectively adapts to new and changing work operations, programs, staffing and budget requirements.

- Manages the daily operation of the inpatient pharmacy.

- Designs and implements drug conversions within the inpatient pharmacy.

Work Schedule: M-F 8:00a.m-4:30p.m, may include evenings and holidays dependent on veteran's needs.

 

More Job Detail:

Katilyn L. Harville
Phone: (269)223-6649x36649

Email: KATILYN.HARVILLE@VA.GOV

 

Series: 0660-Pharmacist
Start Date: 2/15/2017
End Date: 3/24/2017
Pay Grade Low: 13
Pay Grade High: 13
Status: Full Time
Minimum Pay: $108,147
Maximum Pay: $140,589
Job Pay Type: Per Year
Job Openings: 1

Oakwood Hospital

Dearborn, Michigan

Pharmacist Opportunities

Website: https://www.healthcaresource.com/beaumonthealth/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobD...

Job Summary:

Provides Pharmaceutical Care according to professional and departmental standards and statutory requirements. The Clinical Pharmacist assists in supervising the functional activities of Pharmacy Technicians and Interns. The individual's primary are of responsibility will be the provision of clinically focused pharmaceutical patient care with the implementation and provision of daily medication therapy management activities. Provides safe, effective, rational and cost-conscious pharmacotherapeutic recommendations through the departments medication management programs. Prescribes and manages patient medication therapy, utilizing a team approach with both pharmacy and non-pharmacy personnel to achieve departmental and corporate goals and objectives. The Clinical Pharmacist will demonstrate good judgment and decisiveness during daily activities, maintaining a working knowledge of current pharmaceutical practice and demonstrate a personal commitment to professional growth. The Clinical Pharmacist will support management by providing oversight, guidance and support for all assigned areas and will participate in the planning, organization, implementation and monitoring of new programs and activities. The Clinical Pharmacist will participate in strategies to increase market share, reduce cost and improve customer satisfaction by participating in Service First initiatives.

 

 

Job Requirements:

 

  • Education: Pharm.D. or Bachelors degree with two years hospital pharmacy experience.
  • Experience:(0-1 Year) Hospital pharmacy experience with demonstrated competency in medication dosing, medication reconciliation and participation in a multidisciplinary care team environment.
  • Licensure: Pharmacist and Controlled Substance License in good standing with the State of Michigan.
  • Skills and Abilities: Customer service, interpersonal, and organizational skills with knowledge of computer systems.

 

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