Cancer Center Oncology PharmacistJob ID 301736 Date posted 04/07/2023
- Rochester, MN
- Full Time
- Cancer Center
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The oncology infusion pharmacist is responsible for drug distribution, drug therapy monitoring, patient education, chemotherapy order processing, product verification, precepting learners/residents, participating in research projects, leading and participating in quality improvement initiatives, and providing integrated care and medication therapy management services to patients receiving treatment. This individual will also conduct comprehensive patient clinical reviews, assist with clinical consults, and support the medication use process for patients on investigational therapies/cancer clinical trials. This individual will develop and maintain strong relationships with pharmacy staff, medical oncology staff, and Mayo Clinic staff and patients. This position will be based in Rochester.
Graduate of an accredited College of Pharmacy. Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree or equivalent experience. Equivalent experience includes at least two years of relevant pharmacy practice experience. Computer experience. Commitment to excellence, accuracy, attention to detail and team work. Ability to communicate effectively, work collaboratively with others, organize time well, solve problems, and work independently with minimal supervision.
The following are preferred: Completion of an accredited pharmacy residency. Experience of working in a large, progressive academic medical center. History of scholarly activities including publication and scientific meeting presentations. Experience and / or interest in teaching.
License or Certification
License to practice Pharmacy in the State of Minnesota or eligibility for licensure.
$136,000 - $175,700 / year
Monday-Friday variable day shifts
Based upon need; 12-week rotating schedule
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