Pharmacy Technicians, Alaska Native Medical Center
Alaska Native Medical Center has openings for full time inpatient and outpatient pharmacy technicians. Come join our dynamic team! We love to have fun while working to make a positive impact on patients’ lives. We are recruiting pharmacy technicians for night shift as well as day shift. A current AK Pharmacy Technician License is required. National certification through PTCB is required within a year of hire. Please apply online at https://anthc.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.allpositions&company_id=15902&version=1
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Pharmacy Technician, Bernie’s Pharmacy
Anchorage’s only Independently owned Pharmacy has an opening for a full time Pharmacy Technician. We offer a professional work environment, competitive wages and regular work hours. A current Alaska Pharmacy Technician license in good standing is required. Please forward your resume to James Manners at email@example.com
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) seeks full time, clinical Pharmacy Manager for its Juneau, Alaska medical facility, the Ethel Lund Medical Center.
This position is responsible for the supervisory and managerial responsibilities related to the day to day operation of pharmacy services provided at the Ethel Lund Medical Clinic (ELMC). The Pharmacy Manager ensures that the pharmacy department provides optimal services; meets all legal, accreditation, and certification requirements; and complies with all applicable organization policies, procedures, codes, and standards.
Financials: Labor and Non-labor = approx. $1.6 million; Record Retention Responsibility required by State Board of Pharmacy, the Federal Controlled Substance Act, and the Drug Enforcement Agency; Direct Patient Care (50%), verify all prescriptions (for therapy, legality, completeness, contraindications, interactions, allergies, adverse drug reactions, lab value abnormalities and follow-up) and resolve concerns or questions; Recruit and supervise professional and support staff within the pharmacy (30%); Evaluate overall performance of the department and plan improvements in pharmacy services (10%); Controls utilization of department resources (5%); other duties (5%).
SEARHC in Juneau, Alaska is an easy 2 ½ hour flight away from Seattle, WA and is the primary healthcare system throughout the communities in the scenic Inner Passage of Alaska. SEARHC supports its staff with excellent compensation and benefits.
-Pharm.D. and licensure as a registered pharmacist. Candidates licensed prior to 2003 with a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree will be considered (reviewed in addition to work experience). No substitution for the degree.
-Candidate with Pharm.D. degree, must also have 4 years experience of which one year must have been in a supervisory role within a pharmacy.
-Candidate with Bachelor of Pharmacy degree must also have 6 years of experience, one of which must have been in a supervisory role within a pharmacy.
-Unrestricted active Alaska license as a registered pharmacist obtained within 12 months of hire or sooner.
-Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED).
-ACLS certification preferred.
-PALS certification preferred.
To apply or view full job description, visit: https://careers-searhc.icims.com/jobs/5168/pharmacy-manager—elmc/job
Full Time Drug Procurement Optimization Analyst
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)
SEARHC is one of the oldest Native Alaskan healthcare organizations. With a staff of approximately 1300, SEARHC serves remote, rural, coastal communities across the scenic inner passage of Alaska with its two hospitals and multiple outpatient clinics. This position is located at SEARHC headquarters in Juneau, the state capital of Alaska
The Analyst will review financial aspects of medication-related supply chain to assure best available contract pricing, access to special pricing and spot buys, efficient inventory management, vendor management, group purchasing organization (GPO), IHS, and wholesaler relationships, standardization, supply-chain related information systems and technology, and monthly variance reporting related to drug costs and budget. Analyst must have a thorough understanding of supply chain and Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) best practices. Additionally, position serves as the primary contact within pharmacy for the Finance Team. The management of supply chain is critical to the success of SEARHC in ensuring that we supply the right product to our patients at the right time. The Drug Procurement Optimization Analyst will report to the Sr. Director of Supply Chain and AP, and work collaborative with Pharmacy Director and other clinical leaders in the areas of drug availability, and best available pricing structures through various procurement models.
- Preferred, bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited organization (either pharmacy or finance).
- Minimum, Associate degree related to pharmacy, business analysis, or supply chain, and extensive pharmacy supply chain or healthcare finance decision support experience.
- 3-5 years prior experience with pharmacy inventory management systems and or
- healthcare procurement and or,
- financial decision support and or,
- pharmacy distributing management experience and or,
- previous experience in pharmacy supply chain or preoperative supply chain
To apply or view full job description, visit: https://careers-searhc.icims.com/jobs/5090/drug-procurement-optimization-analyst/job