GE Lead - Nuclear Pharmacist in Miramar, Florida
Healthcare Global Supply Chain
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Posted Position Title
Lead - Nuclear Pharmacist
Location(s) Where Opening Is Available United States
U.S. State, China or Canada Provinces
Responsible for following good sterile compounding practices in preparation and dispensing of radiopharmaceuticals. Acts as the shift supervisor in line with pharmacy policy and procedures during their respective shift.
Exemplifies compliance with all regulations, Company Policies, Corporate Standards and Health and Safety rules related to area of responsibility.
Process and review customer orders from initial receipt through final packaging accurately and consistently.
Accurately set up and compound radiopharmaceuticals.
Manages the shift per which they are assigned in alignment with the pharmacy policy & procedures. Directs all employee activity during their shift.
Supervise and/or perform leukocyte labeling procedures.
Handle, package and deliver radiopharmaceuticals and hazardous materials in compliance with Company Policies, Corporate Standards and Health and Safety rules related to area of responsibility.
Monitor and maintain appropriate level of drug inventory and other business necessary supplies.
Supervise and/or perform required tests on equipment (e.g. dose calibrator constancy and survey meter checks) and manually record results.
Supervise and/or perform quality control tests on prepared products to ensure all quality requirements have been met.
Provide training and supervision to employees to assure all lab activities are performed in compliance with regulations and initiatives, Company Policies and Health and Safety rules.
Supervise and/or process returned medical waste and maintain returned reusable supplies in compliance with all regulations and Company Policies.
Supervise and maintain cleanliness of lab in accordance with the facility housekeeping schedules, which may include but are not limited to: mopping, sweeping, cleaning and tidy work spaces, and removal of waste from facility.
Supervise the bio-hazardous waste disposal and prepares paperwork for shipment & tracking.
Supervise and/or perform radiation wipes and surveys on shipping containers, pharmacy supplies, incoming packages, work spaces and vehicles.
Actively participate in maintaining a safe work environment by completing required training, providing suggestions for improving the health and safety program and bringing unsafe acts and/or conditions to the attention of management. 16. Support Pharmacy Operations by accurately entering regulatory, sales, customer or other required information into pharmacy computer system.
1) A Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) and/or a Bachelor’s of Science in Pharmacy or a Board of Pharmacy intern licensure/permit currently and enrolled in a doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) program, with an expected graduation date within one year.
2) Willingness to become an authorized user of radioactive materials.
3) Licensed or eligible to become licensed to practice pharmacy.
4) Willingness to work on an on-call basis, with the expectation that you can arrive to the pharmacy within 45 minutes.
5) Ability to accommodate shift changes based on business needs.
6) Valid driver’s license to operate in necessary delivery area.
7) Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
8) Willing to submit to a drug test and background check.
9) Authorized to work in the United States
Quality Specific Goals:
Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position.
Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines.
Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
Board Certified Nuclear Pharmacist.
Previous experience handling radioactive materials.
Previous experience preparing and/or dispensing pharmaceuticals or radiopharmaceuticals.
Previous experience preparing and/or dispensing sterile products.
Ability to communicate effectively and in a professional manner.
Ability to prioritize job duties & successfully balances proactive versus reactive tasks.
Has the ability to handle multiple tasks quickly and without forfeiting quality.
Uses sound judgment in all situations.
Adheres to legal and regulatory guidelines without question.
Holds self-accountable for actions, seeks facts - not blame.
Makes compliance a priority.
Accept and adhere to high ethical values in decisions and actions.
Ability to motivate employees & ensure engagement.