Mount Sinai Careers
Pharmacy Manager (Oncology) - Mount Sinai West (Columbus Circle Area)
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- Provides direction and guidance for the safe processing and dispending of all medications for assigned area, which may include the dispensing of intravenous medications in the IV Sterile manufacturing area.
- Oversees repackaging of all medications. May oversee compounding of specialty products, including the preparation of TPN, chemotherapy, or specialty Intravenous solutions as necessary throughout the hospital, depending on assigned area.
- Develops and implements systems and procedures to maintain an efficient and effective workflow within the pharmacy and/or assigned areas.
- Interfaces with appropriate department, medical, nursing and other staff members to coordinate, review, revise and implement Pharmacy policies and procedures as needed.
- Ensures the department is in compliance with all federal, state and local regulations; accrediting agencies; and Mount Sinai Medical Center policies and procedures.
- Addresses issues or services requiring intradepartmental coordination proactively, using rounding techniques.
- Ensures an adequate inventory of pharmacy products and supplies to meet department demands, and ensures proper storage of supplies. Monitors usage and accurate charging for inventory purposes.
- Manages various personnel functions such as hiring, training, performance appraisals, coaching, rounding, disciplinary actions and terminations.
- May be required to coordinate the distribution of scheduled medications to various nursing stations throughout the hospital.
- May coordinate in conjunction with the research coordinator all inpatient studies processed in assigned area.
- Ensures the proper handling and disposal of hazardous waste.
- Exchanges information and provides input for inter-and-intra departmental meetings.
- Serves on a rotating basis, as on-call Administrator to handle problems that arise evenings and weekends.
- Maintains adequate documentation to satisfy JCAHO requirements or other regulatory agencies.
- Graduate from an accredited school of Pharmacy (ACPE). Advanced degree, Graduate of a PGY1 residency preferred.
- 4 years hospital pharmacy and/or clinical experience, management experience preferred
- Current New York State Pharmacist License – New York State Department of Education
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