The primary function of the Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Speciaist (Board Certified Oncology Pharmacy Specialist (BCOP) is to provide key clinical pharmacy/oncology resources, including coordiation of investigational drug studies. The Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Specialist will develop and provide quality pharmaceutical care to all patients, including monitoring drug therapy, provision of clinical and drug information, participating in patient rounds in designated areas, and maintaining and developing clinical protocols. In addition, will assist or cross cover (limited amount) as needed with the preparation on chemotherapy. Under the direction of the Acute Care Pharmacy Manager and Medical Director of Cancer Services,
· Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from an approved college of Pharmacy required. Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree preferred.
· Registered as a licensed pharmacist or eligible for reciprocity in the State of Connecticut. (Must obtain a registered license within 3 months of employment.)
· Previous oncology pharmacy practice experience (3 to 5 years) in institutional environment and/or completion of an ASHP-accredited hospital (PGYI & PGY2) residency with a focus in oncology
· Member of the local, regional, and national professional organizations preferred.
. Board Certified Oncology Pharmacy Specialist (BCOP) required
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and experience working on interdisciplinary initiatives across all levels of organization,