We are pleased to announce the establishment of a new Pharmacy role in the Regional Network.
Given the current volume, projected growth and logistical complexity of Clinical Research activities at Regional sites we have identified the need to establish a Research Clinical Coordinator position to provide oversight and coordination of these research related activities for the site (chemo and OPD). Although Research is the primary role for this position, there will be some operational staffing component as needed.
We are looking for qualified Pharmacists, who have an interest in Clinical Research activities, to apply to this posting for each of our Regional sites.
Here are some of the responsibilities associated with this role.
Attend (or coordinate pharmacy attendance for) local site initiation visits (SIVs)
Local Inventory management
including QA of received meds that are ordered directly by regionals and received at the regionals
review of on-site med supply for scheduled patients
review and coordinate inventory for soon to expire meds
Medication reconciliation of returned meds
Coordinate paper work for monitors and auditors
Attend monitor and audit visits at the regional sites
Train local staff on all research related components
Create protocol summaries and provide education for regional studies for pharmacy staff
Review and suggest P&P updates on regional research workflows
Attend monthly pharmacy research and operation meetings along with site manager
Coordinate and attend monthly Regional pharmacy research meetings for consistent practice on tasks
Cross cover leaves at other regional sites.
If you are interested in applying for one of these exciting positions, please respond to the Manager for the specific site by 4/16/19.
Managers are listed below.
Basking Ridge: Sujeeth Narra
Monmouth: Ahmed Elgohail
Westchester: Ellie Kashani
Internal Number: 2019-29067
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