Clinical Pharmacist - Investigational Drug Services

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Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Full-time; M-F Days
Roswell Park offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties

The Clinical Pharmacist - Investigational Drug Service provides clinical and operational pharmacy support for patients enrolled on clinical trials. The Clinical Pharmacist - Investigational Drug Service will provide patient counseling, medication reviews and laboratory assessment based on the clinical research protocol, oversees IDS support staff in the day to day operations of the Investigational Drug Service Pharmacy, and ensures all regulatory aspects of investigational drug management are followed. They will also work with clinical research coordinators, physicians, midlevel practioners and research nurses to provide pharmacy oversight to patients on research studies, will provide patient counseling for research medications taken at home, and will provide on-call coverage after hours and on weekends. They will have possible weekends coverage to prepare unique phase 1 agents or complicated preparations.


Applicants must have a License to practice as a Registered Pharmacist in the State of New York. They must also have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree; or a Master’s degree and the equivalent of one year of full-time clinical pharmacy or pharmacy-related experience; or a Bachelor’s degree and the equivalent of three of full-time clinical pharmacy or pharmacy-related experience. The preferred candidate will have three years hospital pharmacy experience, pharmacy operations and clinical experience, oncology experience, and IDS experience. They will also have Patient counseling skills and knowledge of the electronic medical records. they will have a strong team approach to pharmacy practice, strong work ethic, and good communication skills, both written and verbal. They will also have a patient centered care philosophy toward pharmacy practice and good computer skills, including Microsoft office products.

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