Under the supervision of the Director, a licensed pharmacist, or senior coordinator, the incumbent will assist with organization and management of multi-center clinical trials.
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
Assist with Investigation Drug Service (IDS) - receive, ship, and inventory investigational drug products and devices - manage inventory and drug supply - support monitoring systems at all locations including temperature monitoring systems - conduct monitoring visits - assist pharmacists in audit preparation - read and understand drug orders, follow federal and state regulations, USP requirements, GCPs, and departmental SOPs - enter detailed and accurate information into IDS information system and IDS forms - weigh materials, take inventory, assist with production - maintain a clear and clean work area - transport materials between pharmacy sites, storage areas, and patient care units - deliver drug products to study areas, interact with co-workers, study coordinators, investigators, sponsors, and hospital staff - perform other duties as necessary to fulfill the obligations of the Research Pharmacy - additional duties include day to day office duties - must be able to work Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bachelor's Degree in a scientific area or equivalent in education and experience plus two years of related experience is required. Pharmacy experience or similar required.
IDS and/or Oncology experience a plus. Pharmacy technician certification preferred. Columbia University Irving Medical Center experience a plus.
Contact with chemicals, HIPAA Compliance training required. Medical Surveillance required.
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Internal Number: 500404
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