The purpose of this position is to manage day-to-day operations in the setting of sterile compounding for the Department of Pharmaceutical Services. The Oncology & Infusion Services Manager supports operations involving the department including fiscal planning, staffing, purchasing, organization, and other administrative functions. This includes scheduling, personnel development, evaluation, and discipline, troubleshooting, coordinating the activities with other units and directing the functions to address the needs of the organization. Specifically, it requires a close and effective working relationship with nurses, physicians, patients, researchers, investigators, and other departments in the medical center as well as with the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and the School of Pharmacy. The Pharmacy Manager will oversee all pharmacy training, quality assurance and regulatory requirements for areas of oversight. The Oncology & Infusion Services Manager will oversee the quality assurance programs, regulatory compliance and will support all activities related to oversight. The Oncology & Infusion Services Manager will work collaboratively with the respective Technician Pharmacy Supervisors, Managers, Pharmacist Supervisors at all campuses. The Oncology & Infusion Services Manager may be responsible for the operations in the absence of the Director of Oncology & Infusion Services.
Morever, this postion facilitates Pharmacy & Therapeutic principles related to efficacy, safety, quality and pharmaeconomic management of medications prescribed and adminstered in this setting. The Oncology & Infusion Services Manager is accountable for the overall drug distribution, research, clinical services, home, and retail integrated into the Ambulatory Cancer and Infusion services. This is manager is responsible for existing and new pharmacy services along the UCSF Health System including but not limited Oncology & Infusion, Home Infusion and Site of Care Strategies. May act as a Pharmacist In Charge(PIC) for ambulatory pharmacy licensed facility. May act as a Post Graduate Year 2 (PGY2) Residency Program Coordinator for Oncology.
Additionally, this Manager maybe involved in pharmacy enterprise strategic planning with the Director of Oncology & Infusion Services. Executes with the development and implementation of new policies and protocols and use of technology. Responsible for all California laws and federal regulations specific to pharmacy license, sterile compounding processes, DEA, FDA, TJC, and CDPH.
Internal Number: 3149418
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