SPOTLIGHT JOB: Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator with Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System in California

December 31, 2012

Each week PharmacyWeek highlights pharmacy job openings from across the United States, and sometimes even overseas! Here is our top pick for the week:

Salinas Valley FP 2012-12-02Location: Salinas, California

Employer: Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System

Position: Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator

When a group of passionate, ambitious people bring their individual strengths together to reach a shared vision, they create a community that’s powerful beyond belief. Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) invites you to stand stronger with us.


Working under the Director of Pharmacy and Assistant Director of Operations, you will develop and manage the clinical activities of the Department. This includes directing/evaluating the Clinical Pharmacy Specialists, optimizing the utilization and cost effectiveness of drug therapy in the hospital, and developing/implementing the Clinical Pharmacy Program. In addition, you will be responsible for leading and participating in multi-disciplinary teams to improve medication safety and medication management.

To qualify, you must have a CA Pharmacy license, current BLS/Healthcare Provider status per the AHA, and at least 2 years of clinical experience. Must have good PC skills, including word processing and spreadsheets, be able to type 30 wpm, have excellent interpersonal and telephone skills and be flexible to rearrange work shifts so that the workload is handled with minimal disruption. Residency training is preferred.

Located in the beautiful Central Coast/Monterey Bay area of California, Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System offers a compensation package and work environment that will impress you.

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