St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Application Deadline: October 31, 2019

Pharmacist - Investigational Drug Services

Contact: Rana Craft, BA, Pharm.D., 734-712-5477

Position Purpose:  lnvestigational Drug Services (IDS) is seeking an organized, detail-oriented pharmacist to work a minimum of one day per month as well as cover when the main pharmacists is off. The ideal applicant will have a flexible schedule allowing for a wide variety of coverage days. The main function of IDS is to ensure that investigational drug studies are carried out in a safe and effective manner while maintianing accurate drug accountability records  in accordance  with  federal regulations. IDS primarily serves as the operations pharmacy for the Michigan Cancer Research Consortium (MCRC) NCORP, a multi-state consortium of community hospitals offering both federally funded and industry sponsored oncology research trials. IDS also provides pharmacy services to other research teams on campus including Michigan Heart, Huron Gastro, and Academic Research.


Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

--Perform activities involved with investigational products including: ordering, receipt, storage, dispensing and accountability.

--Evaluate and prepare prescriptions for use in inpatient and ambulatory settings

--Check intravenous products compounded by pharmacy technicians

--Work with a multi-disciplinary team to ensure adherence to the study protocol

--Provide drug and procedural information for local research teams as well as component sites within the MCRC NCORP

--Become proficient using the computer systems involved in accountability (CREDIT/IDEA), dispensing (ARIA, Cerner PowerChart/MedManager), receipt (various online systems)

--Meet with study representatives

--Perform inventory audits

--Reconcile and process patient-returned investigational products

--Perform related dues as required

Other Functions and Responsibilities:
--Follow SJMHS, USP, and NIOSH recommendations for hazardous drug storage and handling
--Maintain pharmacy practice standards that comply with Good Clinical Practice (GCP), FDA regulations an Guidelines, state and federal laws, and IDS policy and procedures
--Behave in accordance with the Mission, Vision, and Values of SJMHS

Required Education, Experience, and Certification/Licensure: Current licensure as a pharmacist in the State of Michigan.

Education: Doctor of Pharmacy or Bachelor's degree from an accredited school of pharmacy.

Experience: Previous experience in oncology and clinical research preferable but not required.

Required Skills and Abilities:
Must possess good oral and written communication skills
Must have proficient computer skills
Must possess excellent organizational skills
Must be highly detail oriented
Must be able to work independently and prioritize daily tasks


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