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Nuclear Pharmacist Manager - Charlotte, NC

Posted 8/12/15

Shertech Pharmacy in Charlotte, North Carolina, an independent Nuclear Pharmacy, seeks an experienced Nuclear Pharmacist to manage an established state of art nuclear pharmacy in Charlotte, North Carolina.   

Description
•          Compound and dispense quality radiopharmaceuticals and adjunct medications in compliance with all         applicable laws and regulations
•          Manage daily activities of pharmacy including compounding, dispensing, quality control, managing and             delivery of radiopharmaceuticals
•          Advise physicians, technologists and nuclear pharmacy technicians
•          Practice and train employees in radiation safety
•          Provide a high level of customer service
•          Maintain employee staffing, training, CE, and development
•          Maintain policy and procedures for <797> compliance
•          Maintain facility safety and security of facility, staff and customers

Benefits
Shertech Pharmacy employees are eligible for Medical, Dental and Disability coverage and an HSA account that is funded by Shertech.  There are also 401K benefits with company matching, PTO program and a strong supportive atmosphere. 

 Requirements
•          Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy or PharmD required
•          Licensed pharmacist or license eligible in North Carolina
•          Authorized User of Radioactive Materials
•          Related Nuclear Pharmacy experience
•          Business and staff management experience

Shertech Pharmacy is an independent nuclear pharmacy with locations in western North and South Carolina.   Shertech provides both PET and SPECT drugs to the hospitals and doctors in the region around these pharmacies with a high level of customer service and assistance.  Shertech also offers retail compounding at some locations.

Our pharmacists and managers spend time doing what they trained to do – nuclear pharmacy.  They do not spend all their time in an office doing paperwork, chiming in on conference calls and completing forms for the corporate office.  If you love nuclear pharmacy, contact Patti Padgett at Shertech Pharmacy at 864-661-1001 x112 or ppadgett@shertechpharmacy.com


Hot Shots Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear Pharmacist
Cedar Rapids, IA
 
Posted 8/12/15
 

Are you seeking a unique and exciting career change in the pharmacy field that will allow you to work for a successful, established, yet small business whose primary focus is to provide our customers with exceptional products and services? 

Hot Shots Nuclear Medicine is seeking a motivated pharmacist interested in joining our staff at our local nuclear pharmacy, providing services to local hospitals and clinics in the Eastern Iowa region.

Nuclear pharmacy practice is unique, and we seek those with the special skills necessary to succeed in our specialized business segment.

Eligibility requirements are a B.S. of Pharmacy, or Pharm. D. degree, as well as eligibility for any State or Federal registration necessary to become an “Authorized Nuclear Pharmacist".   We can suggest third party training programs for pharmacists that lack radioactive material handling credentials.  Provisions for this specific required training would be reviewed and discussed with an otherwise qualified candidate.

Nuclear Pharmacy practice includes a variety of satisfying daily responsibilities that involve customer relations, drug usage efficiencies, and employee interactions. If you are interested in getting out from ‘behind the counter’ so to speak, please submit an email that includes your resume to Roxie Lucas, Dir. of Human Resources, at r.lucas@hotshotsnm.com .  We will contact those candidates who appear to be qualified.

 


STAFF PHARMACIST

Updated 8/12/15

Triad Isotopes, a nationwide radiopharmaceutical company, is dedicated to nuclear medicine, our only business.  We use our 25 years of experience in Nuclear Pharmacy to provide our customers with the best service and safest products. The Triad Isotopes Network of facilities positions us to serve national GPO’s, regional systems, as well as standalone clinics and hospitals. Through our open formulary, we provide choice by giving our customers access to all radiopharmaceuticals available, allowing them to better serve their patients. Triad provides the strength of national coverage while remaining connected to our local community. We are patient focused and community driven to ensure that we are intimate with our healthcare partners’ needs.

Triad Isotopes has an immediate opening for a Staff Pharmacist in the following locations:

  • Altoona, PA
  • Beltsville, MD
  • Orlando, FL
  • Saginaw, MI
  • Hicksville, NY
  • Charleston, SC
  • St. Louis, MO
  • Daytona Beach, FL

  If you would like to work with a large company with an independent pharmacy mindset and decision making process, Triad Isotopes is the pharmacy for you. 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Compound and dispense radiopharmaceuticals per physicians prescriptions
  • Perform Quality Control testing on all dispensed products
  • Oversee staff of pharmacy technicians, lab workers, and drivers
  • Comply with all state and federal requirements for handling and shipment of radioactive material
  • Provide clinical support for customers with radiopharmaceutical questions
  • Provide instruction for pharmacy and nuclear medicine technology students

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy or a Doctor of Pharmacy from an accredited college of pharmacy required
  • Active state licensure and nuclear certification preferred
  • “Authorized User” of Radioactive materials preferred
  • Minimum of two years experience as nuclear pharmacist preferred

Qualified candidates please begin the application process by filling out the appropriate application on our website at www.triadisotopes.com/about/join.

Triad Isotopes offers a competitive salary and benefits package, non-nuclear pharmacist training, relocation assistance and the opportunity to work for the fastest growing radiopharmaceutical company in the nation.  If qualified individuals with a disability need assistance in applying for this position, call Human Resources at 407-455-6700 informing us regarding the nature of your request and providing your contact information.  AA/DFWP/EOE –M/F/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veteran

COMPANY AND CONTACT INFORMATION:
Ryan DeHayes
HR Specialist
4205 Vineland Rd. Unit L1
Orlando, FL 32811
Phone:  407-455-6768
Fax:  407-455-6733
Business Website:  www.triadisotopes.com

 


PHARMACY MANAGER

Triad Isotopes provides superior pharmaceutical products by combining the best community based, local nuclear pharmacies with the capital and management experience of a larger corporation. As a company, we continually invest in procedures, equipment and staff. All of these resources are then deployed across the Triad network of pharmacy facilities so they can focus solely on patient care in the communities we serve. Triad Isotopes is a company founded on the guiding principles of service first, safety always and integrity in all that we do and for those reasons we are there on time, when you need us. 

Triad Isotopes has an immediate opening for a Pharmacy Manager in the following locations: 

  • Columbia, SC
  • Saginaw, MI
  • Dallas, TX
  • Houston, TX

  If you would like to work with a large company with an independent pharmacy mindset and decision making process, Triad Isotopes is the pharmacy for you. 

Responsibilities Include:

§ Assist in the development and communication of goals for pharmacy and individual team members that support the organization’s mission and performance goals; Ensure facility is meeting the outlined goals and objectives;
§ Administer the pharmacy budget; Manage profit and loss statements; Monitor current revenues and expenses and analyze and report on variances from plan;  Provide corporate accounting with weekly statistics reports and monthly statements, approve accounts payables and assist accounts receivable in collections;
§ Oversee team member safety, radiation safety and quality programs to ensure pharmacy facility remains in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations, laws and practice standards, as well as internal Triad safety policies and procedures; Conduct pharmacy safety audits as required; Oversee team member training to assure compliance with all safety standards; May serve as Radiation Safety Officer or may delegate this responsibility to appropriately trained individual eligible to be named as RSO on pharmacy license;  
§ Compound and dispense radiopharmaceuticals;  Prepare doses for transit, including packing, wrapping, checking for contamination, completing necessary documentation, and delivering doses if necessary;  Calibrate instruments daily;  Oversee and contribute to the overall organization and cleanliness of the pharmacy; 
§ Remain prepared to perform emergency dispensing and/or radiation safety procedures;  Ensure the availability of an authorized user of radioactive materials in the event of emergency;
§ Collaborate with Sales Director to maintain customer relationships and develop service contracts;  Provide recommendations for pricing and terms;  Respond to customer inquiries and complaints, take appropriate steps to ensure customer satisfaction;
§ Interview, select, recommend hire, train and supervise assigned team members;  Provide leadership and direction to team members and assist in the investigation and resolution of problems;  Evaluate performance and provide counseling and coaching to team members;  Assist in personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, terminations, or disciplinary measures;  Determine current and future staffing levels;  Develop and implement staffing plans and related budgets;

Requirements:

§ Bachelors of Science degree in pharmacy or a Doctor of Pharmacy from an accredited college of pharmacy required;
§ “Authorized User” of radioactive materials on the pharmacy’s radioactive materials license required;
§ Radiation Safety Officer experience preferred;
§ Active state resident and non-resident pharmacist license preferred;
§ Board certification in nuclear pharmacy (BCNP) preferred;
§ Broad knowledge of the medical industry and business management;
§ Two (2) plus years experience in management of operations and team;
§ Demonstrated leadership skills in motivating team members and meeting performance goals, preferably in a medical environment;
§ Ability to analyze and resolve complex issues, both logical and interpersonal;
§ Highly organized and very effective time management skills;
§ Strong written and verbal communication skills;
§ Ability to negotiate and defuse conflict;
§ Self-motivator, independent, cooperative, flexible, creative;
§ Customer focused; team oriented.

Triad Isotopes offers a competitive salary and benefits package, non-nuclear pharmacist training, relocation assistance and the opportunity to work for the fastest growing radiopharmaceutical company in the nation. If candidates need assistance in applying for this position, call Human Resources at 407-455-6700. EOE/AA/DFWP

Please apply online at www.triadisotopes.com/about/join.  Thank you for your interest in Triad Isotopes.


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Job Title: Nuclear Pharmacist – Staff
Company: Radiopharmacy, Inc.
Location: Evansville, Indiana
Updated: 05/19/2015

Job Description
Radiopharmacy, Inc. is a privately owned nuclear pharmacy in Evansville, IN. We are currently looking to fill a staff pharmacist position. Previous nuclear pharmacy experience is preferred but not required. We will provide the training and certification to become an authorized user of radioactive material in the nuclear pharmacy setting.

Pharm D or BS in Pharmacy required (or licensing eligibility for new graduates). Excellent interpersonal
and customer services skills are necessary.
We offer a competitive salary with benefits including: 401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance and
paid time off. This position is part of a four pharmacist rotation.

Contact Information
Interested applicants please call 812-589-5932 or email
quinton@radiopharmacy.com .


Center for Quantitative Cancer Imaging
Huntsman Cancer Institute
University of Utah
Posted 4/20/2015

For additional information or to forward a resume by email to:
John M. Hoffman, MD
Director: Center for Quantitative Cancer Imaging
John.hoffman@hci.utah.edu

PET Nuclear Pharmacist Job Description:
General Overview: The Center for Quantitative Cancer Imaging is recruiting for a Nuclear Pharmacist to join a multidisciplinary team which includes nuclear pharmacists, radiochemists, a cyclotron engineer, a medical physicist, and nuclear medicine physicians. The position will include operational support in compliance with PET cGMP production of FDG, Sodium Fluoride and several investigational PET radiopharmaceuticals. In addition the individual will be part of our radiation safety program and be required to abide by state licensure and University policies in the manufacture and distribution of positron emitting radiopharmaceuticals to medical care providers. Provides support in all aspects of the local business including financial, human resource management, regulatory compliance and customer support.
 
Responsibilities/Duties will include:
• Responsible and accountable under State Pharmacy Law, for all actions of personnel working in the permitted pharmacy area
• Ensures compliance with all regulatory commitments including the cGMP for PET drugs (21CFR Part 212), Radiation Safety, Pharmacy laws and facility standard operating procedures (SOP) and policies and other applicable Federal, State and Local authorities
• Production of radionuclides
• Preparation and testing of radiopharmaceuticals
• Dispensing of radiopharmaceuticals
• Maintaining inventory as required
• Ensure performance of aseptic techniques, including sterility testing and pyrogen testing per standard operating procedures
• Ensure performance of QC procedures using analytical equipment and chemical tests per company standard operating procedures
• Maintains all applicable documents and records
• Prepares shipment of radioactive materials according to procedure and licensing authorities requirements
• Provide support in operation and maintenance of cyclotron, chemistry modules, QC equipment and associated software as required
• Ensures a clean, orderly and safe working environment
• Participates in personnel training and staff development
• Provide the highest quality customer service, including telephone and customer visits as necessary
• Other tasks as assigned by the Director, Associate Director and Pharmacy Manager

Minimum Qualifications:
• B.S. in Pharmacy or Pharm.D.
• Current state licensure and ability to obtain Utah State Pharmacist License
• RPh required with Certification in Nuclear Pharmacy (BCNP) preferred
• Experience in production of PET radionuclides and manufacturing and dispensing of PET radiopharmaceuticals
• Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills

Skills/Abilities:
• Ability to work independently and/or as part of a team
• Working knowledge of MS Windows applications including MS Office
• Working knowledge of Biodose and Biotrax QMS software (ec2 Software Solutions) preferred
• Ability to handle 100 pound packages
• Strong customer relation skills
• Knowledge of PET cGMP regulations and requirements (21CFR Part 212)
• Able to effectively supervise other individuals as required

Blue Ridge Isotopes
Salem, VA
Posted 4/1/15

Blue Ridge Isotopes, LLC is a privately owned nuclear pharmacy and cyclotron facility in Salem, VA. We serve the Roanoke and New River Valleys with diagnostic radiopharmaceuticals.  We are currently looking to fill a staff pharmacist position.  We are looking for a highly motivated individual that is a self-starter. 

Applicant is required to be a licensed pharmacist in good standing with the Virginia BOP or willing to obtain licensure in Virginia.

We offer a competitive salary with benefits including 401(k), Health Insurance, Dental Insurance and paid time off.  

Interested applicants should send their resume to bri1630@gmail.com.


 
West Coast Nuclear Pharmacy and East Coast Nuclear Pharmacy
Pharmacy Manager and Nuclear Pharmacist Openings
Posted 3/23/15

West Coast Nuclear and East Coast Nuclear are independent, pharmacist-owned nuclear pharmacy corporations. We recently acquired an independent pharmacy and are in need of both a Nuclear Pharmacy Manager and a Nuclear Pharmacist that is experienced and motivated to join in the continued development of our new state of the art pharmacies. If you are a highly motivated individual who enjoys the challenge of expanding a successful business, then please send your resume to: Lisa@WestCoastNuclear.com

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge:

B. S. or PharmD degree in Pharmacy and a valid Nuclear Pharmacy license in the state of Florida. Working knowledge of Radiation Safety, DOT, USP 797, biohazardous waste and Nuclear Pharmacy policies and procedures.

Abilities:

Demonstrates competence in utilizing lab equipment, radiation safety procedures, DOT regulations, quality control, USP 797 etc. Ability to negotiate customer/employee problems or conflicts to meet the needs of external and internal customers. Ability to be innovative in troubleshooting clinical and/or distribution problems. Must demonstrate effective writing proficiency in internal and external communications and documentation procedures; presentation skills. Must fulfill a commitment to the professional ethics adopted by the Florida pharmacy profession. Ability to plan and implement plans effectively; makes effective and timely decision; and effectively manages administrative functions.

Physical Demands:

In general, the following physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee, to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow individuals to perform the essential functions of the job. Manuel dexterity, general vision, hearing, clear speech, able to lift 50 pounds; able to safety operate delivery vehicle.

Working Conditions:

Every employee receives specific training concerning regulatory guidelines and procedures. Employees are exposed to very small amounts of radiopharmaceuticals suitable for human use. The lab will be operated under closely monitored conditions that are regulated internally and by the State of Florida Department of Radiation Control and the Florida Board of Pharmacy.  Shift work, early hours and week end call may be required. When on call, employee will make their self-available within 30 minutes.

Responsibilities/Duties:

1) Prepares and dispenses radiopharmaceuticals utilizing good pharmacy practice while following State and Federal regulations.
2) Performs radiation safety procedures, e.g., wipe and survey analysis. Records and files laboratory radiation safety records in proper place. Assists in physical inventory of lab supplies and equipment.
3) Develops and maintains positive working relationships with customers, employees and suppliers
4) Ensures high quality products and services are delivered to customers; resolves complaints.
5) Interprets Company policies and procedures, balancing needs with Company goals.
6) Ensures the safety and security of the pharmacy is maintained at all times; operational procedures are incompliance with Federal, State and local regulations.
7) Works in conjunction with the sales team, ensures attainment of budget objectives, including sales and expenses, through effective financial management.
8) Provides information to health care professionals (i.e., physicians or nuclear medicine technologists) as needed.
9) Prepares regular reports and analysis for management, including 120-day plans, succession plans, monthly status/variance reports, and human resources documentation.
10) Represents the Pharmacy at official professional meetings, client presentations and educational sessions.
11) Assists in sales presentations on an as-needed basis.
12) May perform duties of a Registered Nuclear Pharmacist on an as-needed basis.
13) May serve as Radiation Safety Officer.
14) Performs other job-related duties as requested to ensure the goals and objectives of the department are met.
15) Performs and job related duties required to ensure a safe and efficient pharmacy operation.

Supervisory Duties:

In accordance with applicable Pharmacy policies/procedures and Federal/State laws, may perform the following supervisory responsibilities: Interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising arid coaching performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Supervises:

All lab personnel, including Staff Pharmacists, Relief Staff Pharmacists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists, Lab Technologists, Customer Service Assistants, Interns, and Administrative Secretaries.

Work Environment:

In general, the following conditions of the work environment are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow individuals to perform the essential functions of the job. Works with and around others in the lab, which is clean, orderly, properly lighted and ventilated. Exposure to low doses of radiation from radiopharmaceuticals suitable for human use. The lab is operated under well-controlled and closely monitored conditions that are highly regulated by State and Federal agencies, and internal quality and regulatory professionals. Employees receive specific training in keeping with regulatory guidelines and are monitored for exposure. Shift work or on call, duties may be applicable.
Travel is required on an occasional basis to meeting sites.


Cardinal Health
Updated 5/19/15

As part of our array of capabilities, Cardinal Health proudly offers nuclear pharmacy services to more than 8,000 hospitals and clinics.  We are the largest dispenser of radiopharmaceuticals in the U.S., dispensing 65% of all radiopharmaceuticals through our network of more than 150 nuclear pharmacies.  

Are you looking for a specialty field of pharmacy where you can continue to expand your pharmacy knowledge and expertise?  Nuclear pharmacy is a unique and highly specialized field of pharmacy and we are looking for nuclear pharmacists with with a talent and passion for this growing field of pharmacy.  For non-nuclear pharmacists, we provide an extensive training program that includes both the didactic and supervised practice hours you need to become certified as an Authorized Nuclear Pharmacist.  Be part of a Fortune 19 company and put your career on a path set for success!  Cardinal Health provides nuclear training and relocation assistance to pharmacists entering this exciting field!

Opportunities:

Part-time Pharmacist role in Midland, TX

Pharmacy Supervisor in Columbus, OH

Pharmacist in Altoona, PA

Our compensation package includes market competitive salaries, pharmacy bonus, medical, dental, 401(k) with a generous company contribution, and a professional development program.  Interested candidates please forward your resume to: nuclearrecruiting@cardinalhealth.com  


Zevacor Molecular
Nuclear Pharmacist in Decatur, IL and Kansas City, KS
Full Time w/ Benefits
Posted 12/16/2014

Company Information

Zevacor is a rapidly growing, Indianapolis based radiopharmaceutical company producing drugs used for the diagnostic imaging of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and brain disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s.  We are affiliated with a $500 Million, 2200 employee healthcare system. 

Education and/or Other Requirements

·         Bachelor's degree in pharmacy required; PharmD preferred

·         Nuclear Pharmacy Certification preferred

·         Ability to become licensed pharmacist in Illinois or Kansas

 Essential Functions and Job Duties

·         Radiopharmaceutical compounding and dispensing

·         Practices basic radiation safety principles in accordance with company policy

·         Compounds and dispenses all prescriptions including specialty and complex orders

·         Performs scheduled inventory count and reconciles in computer systems

·          Independently uses all instrumentation required for nuclear pharmacy operations

·         Works to understand complex functional situations by paying attention to the details of the tasks at hand and by breaking them down into smaller pieces

·         Ensures that customers have a positive experience; commits to meet or exceed customer expectations

·         Measures and evaluates the effectiveness of protocols, programs or deliverables; compares measurement results to standards

 **Visit www.zevacor.com for more information and to apply**


IsoRx Texas
Lubbock, TX
Posted 12/5/14

Independent nuclear pharmacy in West Texas is seeking a self-motivated, nuclear pharmacist. 

Qualifications:

  • B.S. in Pharmacy or Pharm.D
  • Current Texas licensure or ability to reciprocate
  • Certification in nuclear pharmacy recommended, but we will offer training to an exceptional non-nuclear candidate.
  • Good communication skills required.

 Responsibilities:

  • Compounding/Dispensing Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Performing/Overseeing quality control procedures
  • Providing drug information to other health professionals
  • Assisting with the pharmacy’s radiation safety program
  • Assisting with Regulatory compliance
  • Training/Supervision of pharmacy support staff
  • Special duties as requested by pharmacy owner/manager

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Medical, dental and prescription insurance
  • 401K
  • Paid Vacations

Please send resume/cv, cover letter and attach a copy of the current radioactive materials license on which you are listed as an authorized user by email or fax.

hr@isorx.com or Fax:  (806)780-7385


  • PETNet Solutions
  • posted 11/4/14
  • Locations and Position:
     
    Sacramento, CA - Nuclear Pharmacist (Floater)
    Jacksonville, FL - Nuclear Pharmacist
    Boston, MA -
    Nuclear Pharmacist
    New Orleans, LA, Nuclear Pharmacist
     

    For additional information or to forward a resume email Andy Warmack at andy.warmack@siemens.com

    Pharmacist Job Description:

    General Purpose:
    Responsible for operational support in compliance with PET cGMP, radiation safety program, license commitments and corporate policies in the manufacture and distribution of quality positron emitting radiopharmaceuticals to medical care providers. Provides support in all aspects of the local business including financial, human resource management, regulatory compliance and customer support.

    Responsibilities/Duties
    * Production of radionuclides
    * Preparation and testing of radiopharmaceuticals
    * Dispensing of radiopharmaceuticals
    * Maintaining inventory
    * Ensures compliance with all regulatory commitments including the cGMP, Radiation Safety, Pharmacy laws and corporate policies and procedures and other applicable Federal, State and Local authorities
    * Responsible and accountable under State Pharmacy Law, for all actions of personnel working in the permitted pharmacy area, in the absence of the Pharmacy Manager (PIC)
    * Delivers and ensures performance of aseptic techniques, including sterility test and pyrogen testing per company standard operating procedures
    * Ensures performance of QC procedures using analytical equipment and chemical tests per company standard operating procedures
    * Maintains all applicable documents and records
    * Prepares shipment of radioactive materials according to procedure and licensing authorities requirements
    * Provides support in operation and maintenance of cyclotron, chemistry modules, QC equipment and associated software
    * Ensures clean, orderly and safe working environment
    * Participates in personnel training and staff development
    * Provides support for local region pharmacies as directed
    * Provides exemplary customer service, including telephone and customer visits as necessary
    * Other tasks as assigned by supervisor

    Minimum Qualifications:
    * Degree in Pharmacy and state licensure or ability to obtain state licensure
    * Experience in production of radionuclides and dispensing of radiopharmaceuticals preferred

    Skills/Abilities:
    * Communicates effectively with a proven ability to interpret information and provide and/or follow complex instructions
    * Ability to work independently and/or as part of a cross-functional team
    * Strong customer relations skills
    * Working knowledge of MS Windows applications
    Physical Demands:
    * Ability to handle 100 lb. packages

    Supervisory Duties:
    * Leads multiple non-exempt employees
     


    Covance

    Job Title: Pharmacist I
    Job Code: 40851BR
    Job Location: Madison, WI
    Clinical Research
    Job Description:  *Currently seeking a Pharmacist at our Clinical Research Unit in Madison, WI!

    The Pharmacist will:

    • Liaise with Sponsors regarding the pharmacy/dispensing capabilities.
    • Interact with regulatory bodies as are relevant to the pharmacy department.
    • Assume responsibility as technical advisor to the clinical teams and other departments within Clinical Pharmacology.
    • Ensure the pharmacy facilities and processes are compliant with most recent regulations/guidelines.
    • Maintain and further develop facilities and processes relevant to the pharmacy.
    • May perform pharmacy feasibility review of new proposals.
    • Oversee and direct the development/implementation of quality systems to ensure good dispensing practices are maintained.
    • Ensure compliance with appropriate regulations
    • May perform routine dispensing as needed.
    • May assist operations and client managers with Sponsor visits and interactions as appropriate.
    • Ensure safe working practices/environment is employed and maintained.
    • Recommend changes as necessary and justify them in accordance with company policy.
    • Ensure that SOPs germane to the pharmacy area are accurate and up to date.

    With state-of-the-art Clinical Research Units, Covance has helped hundreds of drug development companies progress their compounds from preclinical to proof-of-concept studies.  Each Clinical Research Unit has a dedicated team of professionals, including physicians,
    scientists, project managers, nurses and recruiters - whose mission it is to bring the miracles of medicine to market sooner.
    Education/Qualifications -Graduate of an ACPE accredited school of pharmacy

    Licensed as a Registered Pharmacist in the state of Wisconsin or ability to reciprocate licensure within 3 months of start date
    Experience -Experience in compounding sterile preparations
    -Experience in pharmaceutical research - preferred
    -Experience/education in handling radioactive material - preferred
    EEO Employer Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity
    employer. (M/F/D/V). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

    Apply URL: http://jobsearch.covance.com/jobs/812217-pdf.aspx

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