• Infusion Pharmacy Manager, Community Cancer Institute, Full-Time, 8 Hour

    Requisition ID
    Management / Leadership
    Clovis Community Medical Center (CCMC)
    Posted Date
  • Overview

    We are driven by the central purpose of our mission: “to improve the health status of the community.” As an Infusion Pharmacy Manager with the largest private employer in the Central Valley, the average day is anything but average and you will actively feel and see how your role impacts our mission and those we serve.


    Community Medical Centers’ oncology program is one of the few in California with teaching-hospital level accreditation from the American College of Surgeons (ACOS) Commission on Cancer – making it one of the top programs in the country for patients with cancer and the highest-ranking program between Sacramento and Bakersfield. The Infusion Pharmacy Manager provides oversight for three outpatient infusion pharmacies in Fresno and Clovis, California, including at our new world-class, 100,000 square foot Community Cancer Institute. 


    Your Pharmacy Career at Community | Opportunity. Challenge. Growth.


    The Infusion Pharmacy Manager is responsible for implementing and coordinating the drug control process of providing pharmaceutical care for patients within our outpatient infusion setting. The incumbent will serve as the Pharmacist-In-Charge (PIC) for two of three outpatient infusion pharmacies within the Community Medical Centers network. This role is responsible for the purchasing, receipt, and inventory of pharmaceuticals, as well as controlled substance purchasing, receipt, inventory maintenance, and distribution. The Infusion Pharmacy Manager also directs the development, implementation, and evaluation of department goals, objectives, policies, and procedures. Additionally, the Manager oversees staffing and scheduling functions to achieve department objectives, cost effective staffing, and productivity targets. A successful candidate will work collaboratively with our team of Medical Oncologists and possess knowledge of the 340B Drug Pricing Program. 


    Experience and education minimum requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy.
    • Five years of progressively responsible experience managing pharmacy and therapeutic services in a health care setting and previous supervisory experience.

    License and certification minimum requirements:

    • Valid State of California Pharmacist license.

    Preferred qualifications:

    • Doctorate of Pharmacy degree (Pharm D).
    • Completion of an ASHP residency.
    • Certification from the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties
    • Familiarity with the 340B program.
    • Expertise in pharmaceutical purchasing and billing. 

    Have questions? Contact Pharmacy Recruiter Jessica Gravano at jgravano2@communitymedical.org.


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