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Pharmacy Specialist Clinician

Company: American Oncology Network Inc.
Location: Elyria
Posted on: May 15, 2024

Job Description:

Location:Elyria Schadden OfficePay Range:$19.16 - $31.94Position SummaryIn compliance with state requirements, maintains the ordering and stocking of medications and supplies as needed in the clinic. Under supervision of appropriate licensed healthcare professional as defined by State regulations, prepares and mixes medications. Coordinates with drug sales representatives, and pharmaceutical companies to obtain samples, teaching aids, and compassionate drugs. Acts as liaison between Physicians, Nursing, Pharmacy Supervisor and Purchasing in obtaining special order medications.Key Performance AreasUnder supervision of appropriate licensed healthcare professional as defined by State regulations, mixes chemotherapy drugs and solutions as prescribed by Physicians.Contact drug representatives and pharmaceutical companies to obtain samples, compassionate drugs, and education materials.Maintain necessary records pertaining to compassionate drugs.Maintain necessary records pertaining to Clinical Study Trials, if applicable.Maintain necessary documentation pertaining to ambulatory pumps.Responsible for daily and annual maintenance of Chemotherapy hood.Responsible for safe and compliant disposal of Biohazardous waste, if applicable. Maintains receipts pertaining to biohazard waste pick-up and ensures Accounting Office receives the receipt, if applicable.Will have thorough knowledge of Nucleus medication dispensing system. Work with Pharmacy Supervisor to ensure par levels are maintained to assure sufficient stock and minimize waste.Will assist in training of new nurses and pharmacy specialists in all aspects of preparation of chemotherapeutic medications. Assist in training regarding the Nucleus dispensing system.Responsible for ordering, stocking and dispensing medical supplies as listed on the Medical Supply Sheet.Review orders for next day with nursing staff to identify special drug needs.Meetings: Attend annual Safety/OSHA training meetings. Attend all mandatory staff meetings as necessary.Maintain and ensure the confidentiality of all patient and employee information at all times.Assist in training new employees to related job duties.Will be expected to work at any AON location to help meet AON business needs.Will be expected to work overtime when given sufficient notice of required overtime.Comply with all federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to patient privacy, patients rights, personnel law, safety, labor, and employment law. Adheres to AON and departmental policies and procedures, including IT policies and procedures and Disaster Recovery Plan.Position QualificationsEducationHigh school diploma.Certifications/LicensesState current PTCB Certification or Registered Pharm Tech required.Previous ExperienceTwo - three years experience in a clinical setting as a Pharmacy Technician required.Oncology experience preferred.Core CapabilitiesAnalysis & Critical Thinking: Critical thinking skills including solid problem solving, analysis, decision-making, planning, time management and organizational skills. Must be detailed oriented with the ability to exercise independent judgment.Interpersonal Effectiveness: Developed interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, diplomacy, tact, conflict management, delegation skills, and diversity awareness. Ability to work effectively with sensitive and confidential material and sometimes emotionally charged matters.Communication Skills: Good command of the English language. Second language is an asset but not required. Effective communication skills (oral, written, presentation) are an active listener, and effectively provides balanced feedback.Customer Service & Organizational Awareness: Strong customer focus. Ability to build an engaging culture of quality, performance effectiveness and operational excellence through best practices, strong business and political acumen, collaboration, and partnerships, as well as a positive employee, physician and community relations.Self-Management: Effectively manages own time, conflicting priorities, self, stress, and professional development. Self-motivated and self-starter with ability work independently with limited supervision. Ability to work remotely effectively as required.Must be able to work effectively in a fast-paced, multi-site environment with demonstrated ability to juggle competing priorities and demands from a variety of stakeholders and sites.Computer Skills:Proficiency in MS Office Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook required.Travel: 0%Standard Core Workdays/Hours: Varies based on team needs but is typically one of the following shifts: 8:00am to 4:30pm, 8:30am to 5:00pm, or 9:00am to 5:30pm.#AONCby Jobble

Keywords: American Oncology Network Inc., Elyria , Pharmacy Specialist Clinician, Healthcare , Elyria, Ohio

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