The Pharmacy Director serves as the senior leader responsible for the strategic, operational, clinical, and administrative functions of the Pharmacy, including its robust Specialty Pharmacy program and compounding pharmaceuticals in compliance with USP 797 and USP 800. As the Pharmacist-in-Charge, the Pharmacy Director is responsible for directing safe, high quality, and efficient pharmacy services in collaboration with the CIBD team, and providing medications and supplies to CIBD patients in accordance with established policies, procedures, and laws regarding pharmacy practice. The Pharmacy Director also develops new business relationships and programs in line with our business strategy.
Operations Administration: Strategically plans and provides leadership to ensure that specialty pharmacy program provides the most efficient and optimal delivery of care. Recommends and participates in new program development in alignment with CIBD’s strategic financial sustainability goals and initiatives. Develops and monitors annual budget and addresses shortfalls in financial performance. Continually seeks opportunities to improve operations and high levels of service.
Quality and Patient Safety Administration: Provides leadership and oversight of quality initiatives to ensure that targets are met or exceeded through effective planning, oversight, and process improvement. Establishes, monitors, and reports on quality initiatives and key performance indicators. Takes corrective action in a timely manner to resolve safety/quality issues. Ensures ongoing compliance with specialty pharmacy contractual requirements in partnership with health system clients, The Joint Commission, Board of Pharmacy and all other regulatory requirements.
Medication Delivery Process Administration: Leads and provides oversight of the design and operation of the entire medication use process to ensure safety, quality, and efficiency.
Talent Development and Management: Leads, develops, and motivates the team to ensure program growth and to meet strategic visions and goals. Recruits, hires, evaluates and disciplines direct reports. Justifies staffing model and ensures levels of staffing meets safety and patient care requirements.
Graduate from an ACPE-accredited School of Pharmacy with Pharmacy Degree (Pharm.D)
Active California Pharmacist license in good standing with the Board of Pharmacy
Minimum of eight (8), ideally ten (10), years of progressively responsible Pharmacy experience with collaborative drug therapy management and/or formulary management, as well as direct consultation and presentation of medication information and recommendation to physicians and/or patients
Minimum of two (2) years of current hospital or infusion-based pharmacy experience including a thorough knowledge of intravenous admixture aspects and/or clinical components of home infusion therapy
Minimum of five (5) years of leadership experience including direct supervision and successful development of individual contributors and People Managers
Completion of an ASHP accredited residency program
Expert knowledge of 340B program administration
Prior experience in the treatment and care of patients with hemophilia and immune deficiencies
The Center for Comprehensive Care & Diagnosis of Inherited Blood Disorders (CIBD), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to providing comprehensive care for patients and their families with rare, chronic inherited blood disorders is currently looking for a Pharmacy Manager to join our distribution and clinical Pharmacy’s professional and technical staff in Santa Ana, California. CIBD is a part of a nationwide network of over 140 Hemophilia Treatment Centers that use multidisciplinary teams of blood disorder specialists to provide expert comprehensive diagnosis, medical care, outreach, education, outcomes monitoring, surveillance, and prevention services to people with hemophilia, Sickle-Cell Anemia, Thalassemia, Von Willebrand Disease, and other related hematology conditions.