Requisition #: 27421
Working Title: PGY-2, Pharmacist Resident- Transitions of Care
Business Entity: CSMC - Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Cost Center # - Cost Center Name: 0771005 - PHARMACY-5TH
City: Los Angeles
Job Category: Allied Health/Clinical
Job Specialty: Pharmacy
Position Type: Regular-F/T
Shift Length: 8hr
Days: Departmental Schedule
Shift Type: Flexible
Weekends: As Needed
Job Posting: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is an 886-bed acute, level 1 tertiary care teaching hospital located in the heart of Los Angeles, just a block away from Beverly Hills. The Pharmacy Department has over 380 staff members who provide comprehensive inpatient pharmacy services as well as outpatient services via 2 cancer centers and 4 outpatient pharmacies pharmacy services. The Department has accredited residencies in pharmacy practice and health-system pharmacy management and is affiliated with schools of pharmacy in California.
PGY-2, Pharmacist Resident - Transitions of Care
Summary of Essential Job Duties:
The Pharmacy Practice Resident is responsible for fulfillment of rotation objectives. The employee performs job duties with sensitivity to the patient’s diverse cultural backgrounds. The employee maintains competency skills to identify medication safety concerns in the age related population, and institutes additional measures to provide a safe environment with consideration to the developmental changes in the patient population.
Note: New Hires must successfully pass a background check, a prohibited substance screening and a pre-employment physical.
Education Certifications/Licensure Experience Physical Abilities Educational Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited Pharmacy School, preferably with a Pharm. D. degree.
Current California State Board of Pharmacy issued Pharmacist License strongly preferred.
Candidates must have completed a PGY1 residency.
• Frequent standing; walking, bending; reaching, occasional sitting, pushing & pulling, lifting of materials up to 40 pounds for distances to 10 feet.
• Responsiveness to auditory alarms and communication devices including: telephones, beepers, fire alarms, and mechanical failure alarms.
• Sufficient mobility to access equipment, patients and other customers.
• Able to read information on medication labels.
• Exposure to minimal but constant noise levels.
• Repetitive hand motions.
• Some functions may include incidental exposure to hazards associated with preparation of cytotoxic medications.
• Some functions may require use of protective gear such as gloves and fluid-resistant coats.
Location/Region: Los Angeles, CA (US)