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- Hot Shots Nuclear
- Posted 3/11/14
Hot Shots Nuclear Medicine is currently
updating our file of applications for staff nuclear
pharmacist positions for our locations in Michigan,
Illinois and Iowa. 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, but
whom otherwise meet our standards for hire.
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
. We will contact those candidates who appear to be
qualified to fill open positions as they occur.
- Brook Army
- San Antonio, TX
Pharmacist - civilian employee
- Posted 1/22/14
Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the
Army mission. They provide the skills that are not
readily available in the military, but crucial to
support military operations. The Army integrates the
talents and skills of its military and civilian members
to form a Total Army.
About the Position:
This position is located at Brooke Army Medical Center,
Department of Pharmacy, Fort Sam Houston, TX.
Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), located at Fort Sam
Houston, TX is a modern, state-of-the-art 450-bed health
care facility that provides level-one trauma and
graduate medical education. The physical appearance and
efficiency of space throughout the hospital creates a
user-friendly, high quality healthcare environment for
patients, their families, and health care providers.
Fort Sam Houston is located in San Antonio, the second
largest metropolitan area in Texas with a warm climate
and close proximity to beaches.
Authorized Nuclear Pharmacist preferred.
For more information
- The University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Research
- Posted 12/3/2013
/ Application Deadline: 1/72014
The Department of Radiology in
conjunction with The Biomedical Research Imaging Center
(BRIC) at The University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, is seeking a Radiopharmacist to join our faculty
on or before July, 2014. Faculty appointment will be a
fixed term appointment at the rank of Research
Instructor. Requirements include a M.S. or Ph.D. in
Pharmacy with certification in Nuclear Pharmacy and
licensure in the state of N.C. Experience with cyclotron
production of radionuclides, dispensing of
radiopharmaceuticals, and cGMP compliance is required.
Responsibilities (UNC Hospitals
and/or BRIC) include but are not limited to the
A. Establishing and
maintaining up-to-date operating procedures and
records for procurement, receipt, compounding,
dispensing, quality control, and disposal of
radiopharmaceuticals used in diagnostic and
therapeutic procedures in nuclear medicine including
B. Establishing and maintaining up-to-date operating
procedures and records for instrumentation and
equipment used in the preparation and quality
control of radiopharmaceuticals.
C. Oversees cyclotron operation and scheduling of
radioisotope production to meet clinical and
research needs as well as developing a distribution
plan for delivering radiotracers to hospitals
outside the UNC-Chapel Hill network
D. Extemporaneously compounding radiopharmaceuticals
and non-radioactive drugs not available from
E. Maintains compliance with regulatory commitments,
including cGMP, radiation safety, and pharmacy laws.
F. Collaborates with researchers and radiochemists
to synthesize and provide cGMP grade novel PET
tracers for clinical and research studies.
G. Providing in-service education in sterile and
radiation safety techniques for staff nuclear
medicine technologists and student technologists
involved with radiopharmacy functions.
H. Participation in the educational curriculum for
radiology residents, fellows and technologists.
I. Providing information and consultation on all
matters related to radiopharmaceuticals,
non-radioactive drugs and devices, and NRC and FDA
J. Membership on the Radiation Safety Subcommittee
for Human Use of Radioisotopes, and membership on
the Radioactive Drug Research Committee (RDRC).
Instructional opportunities may
also be available for interested candidates at the UNC
Eshelman School of Pharmacy.
Interested applicants should submit an online
application including your curriculum vitae and two
letters of recommendation. Apply online at
http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/36495 . Women
and minorities are encouraged to apply. The University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal
- Cardinal Health
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!
Grand Rapids, MI
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:
- Triad Isotopes
- Updated 1/22/14
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
We are currently seeking a
Nuclear Pharmacist in Philadelphia, PA and St. Louis, MO.
Resumes can be submitted to
email@example.com or via the Triad
Career page at
Job Title: Pharmacist I
Job Code: 40851BR
Job Location: Madison, WI
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
responsibility as technical advisor to the clinical
teams and other departments within Clinical
- Ensure the pharmacy
facilities and processes are compliant with most
- Maintain and further
develop facilities and processes relevant to the
- 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
- Ensure that SOPs
germane to the pharmacy area are accurate and up to
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
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
-Experience in pharmaceutical research - preferred
-Experience/education in handling radioactive material -
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.