Pharmacy Manager

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Sierra Staffing Published: March 30, 2018
Charlotte, North Carolina (NC)
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Pharmacy Manager


Regional health system that provides innovative medical and wellness services. Our vast network of physician practices, urgent care, hospice and emergency facilities is anchored by Regional Medical Center—a 500-bed, not-for-profit hospital. This nationally-recognized acute care hospital was first established in 1946 to serve the medical needs of the Charlotte area. Many years and expansions later, our mission remains focused on caring for the people and communities we serve.


As the Pharmacy Manager, you are responsible for day-to-day operations of the Pharmacy Department including regulatory compliance, staff supervision, scheduling, and staff training; acts on behalf of the Director of Pharmacy in his or her absence; ensure staff accountability with policies and procedures.  The Pharmacy Manager is responsible for keeping labor costs at or below budget.  Assist Director in the planning, implementation, and management of the activities of personnel engaged in all aspects of drug use control.  Serve as an effective Pharmacy liaison to the Medical and Nursing staffs.


BS or PharmD in pharmacy from an ACPE accredited college of pharmacy.  Masters degree, pharmacy residency or equivalent post graduate pharmacy educational and management experience preferred.  The ideal candidate will have five years of pharmacy experience with a minimum of three years of increasingly responsible health care systems pharmacy experience. Thorough knowledge of pharmacy terminology, procedures, and policies.

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