Pharmacy Compounding Compliance Coordinator
The Pharmacy Compounding Compliance Coordinator develops policies and procedures related to pharmaceutical compounding; leads and coordinates all quality assurance activities of sterile and non-sterile pharmaceutical compounding; assumes responsibility and accountability for the performance and quality assurance of the facility and personnel in the preparation of compounded pharmaceutical preparations; works in collaboration with the department's Pharmacy Technician Education Associate to ensure all necessary staff training requirements are completed; designs and implements training programs, scheduling, workflow assignments; administers performance evaluations and disciplinary actions of pharmacy personnel; maintains all required documentation and assures that the creation, implementation, and management of all sterile and non-sterile preparations meets the highest quality standards in accordance with state and federal regulatory requirements.
Applicants must have a License to practice as a Registered Pharmacist in the State of New York or eligible to obtain licensure through reciprocity within 90 days of appointment in the title and a Doctoral degree in Pharmacy and the equivalent of two years of full-time related experience in hospital pharmacy compounding or institutional compounding; or a Doctoral degree in Pharmacy and the completion of related accredited PGY-2 residency program; or a Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy and the equivalent of three years of full-time related experience in hospital pharmacy compounding or institutional compounding. The preferred candidate will have Board certification in Compounded Sterile Preparations, two years of USP program management experience, inpatient pharmacy operations/management experience.
Incumbents must obtain board certification in Compound Sterile Preparations Pharmacy through the Board of Pharmacy Specialties within 24 months of appointment to the title as a condition of continued employment.
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