For Registered Pharmacists

Ambulatory Care Clinical Coordinator for CareOregon

Location: Portland, OR

Date Posted: 8/21/2017

Job Description: Responsible for coordinating effective use of the pharmacy benefit by delivering clinical and educational interventions designed to improve pharmaceutical care.  The pharmacist needs to demonstrate consistent application of knowledge and skills to deliver appropriate, safe, efficient, and cost effective patient care as part of a multidisciplinary team. Will play a key role in supporting the patient-centered medical home, incorporating principles of population-based medicine, expanding and coordinating the expansion of pharmaceutical care services to patients across the health-system through primary care clinics or other designated environments. Leading the design, development, and implementation of quality improvement initiatives related to the pharmacy program will be an important aspect of this position. This pharmacist will also develop and conduct educational initiatives to improve prescribing patterns for quality and/or cost opportunities to support sustainable cost trends with the highest quality.

Job Requirements: 

The following are required:

  • Graduate of an accredited pharmacy program
  • Must be licensed (or eligible for unrestricted licensure) in the state of Oregon
  • Advanced pharmacy training (PharmD, residency, fellowship, board certification or master’s degree in related discipline
  • Practical experience as a clinical pharmacist in pharmaceutical care management in the ambulatory care or other clinical setting.
Previous experience in managed care and project management is preferred.

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Pharmacy Manager for Coquille Indian Tribe

Location: North Bend, OR

Date Posted: 8/17/2017

Job Description: Responsible for the daily management of direct and mail order pharmacy services including; provision of quality pharmaceutical care to all Tribal members, Native Americans, non-native patients of the Community Health Center, and other eligible entities; oversight and administration of 340b and FSS purchasing programs; and supervision of pharmacy staff.

Job Requirements: 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate of an accredited School of Pharmacy.
  • Licensed by the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy or eligible for reciprocation.
  • Must be eligible for appointment to CHC medical staff per CHC credentialing policies.
  • Knowledge of 340b and/or Federal Supply Schedule program standards desired.
  • Knowledge of Pharmacy Benefit Manager and third party billing required.
  • Three year’s pharmacy management experience preferred.
  • Experience using computers required.  Experience using electronic medical records systems preferred.
  • Experience creating and working with budgets preferred.
  • Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills and a positive attitude.
  • Ability to work with a wide variety of people.
  • Current and valid (or ability to obtrain) Oregon driver’s license in good standing with no insurability issues with the Tribe’s insurance carrier is required.

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Additional Resources

Oregon State Pharmacy Association Career Center

California Pharmacists Association Career Center