Clinical Pharmacist - Pharmacy
- Location: Wilmington, NC
- Posted: Jan 20, 2020
The Clinical Pharmacist works under the direction of the Director, Managers or designated Leader to prepare, label and dispense, as well as maintain appropriate records for all medications and other pharmaceutical supplies ordered by physicians or other qualified prescribers. Provides pharmaceutical care to all age groups from birth to geriatrics. Works as part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide evidence-based, cost-effective care. Precepts pharmacy students and residents. Work is accomplished in accordance with the policies and regulations of local, state and federal authorities as well as accepted standards of practice. Performs other duties as assigned.
1. Pharmacy Education: Graduation from a School of Pharmacy accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education with a Baccalaureate in Pharmacy or Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
2. Postgraduate residency training or equivalent experience will be required in some practice areas. (Department will assess)
3. Licensure: Current licensure by the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacist. License must be maintained in good standing.
4. Certifications: Specific certifications may be required is some practice areas (e.g. ACLS or BPS certification)
5. Essential Technical/Motor Skills: Hand-eye coordination; clear speech; knowledge of computer applications.
6. Interpersonal Skills: Good communicator; able to exercise good judgment and accept responsibility for completion of activities that may require extended hours and stressful situations.
7. Essential Physical Requirements: Able to lift 25 pounds, walk floors, climb stairs.
8. Essential Mental Abilities: Good judgment, analytical and critical thinking capacity. Work in stressful, demanding work environment 50% of the time. Must be able to maintain and control personal behavior to ensure positive demeanor at all times.
9. Essential Sensory Requirements: Able to use visual, olfactory and auditory senses.
10. Exposure to Hazards: Will be exposed to hazardous medications and chemicals. Appropriate personal protective equipment will be provided.
11. Hours of Work: Primarily 8, 10, or 12 hour shifts, rotating, days evenings and nights including holidays/weekends. Some Clinical Pharmacist may work at multiple sites.
12. Population Served: neonates (0-28 days), infant (1-12 months), child (1-12 years), adolescent (13-17 years), adult (18-72 years) and geriatric (72+ years).