Pharmacy Operations and Compounding Manager needed for an Ohio Health System JOB-2816596
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: JOB-2816596
We are looking for an experienced hospital pharmacy leader to provide compounding oversight for our small 3-hospital system. Enjoy M-F hours, competitive salary, full benefits, and bonus eligibility. This is a fully administrative role and those that have leadership and compounding experience are highly preferred.
Come join a family-friendly team in a close-knit community with great public school systems in a beautiful Ohio location less than 2 hours from Cleveland.
BS in Pharmacy Minimum. PharmD and Residency preferred. All candidates must have 3-5 years of recent experience as a hospital pharmacist. 3 recent years of some type of management experience with a strong compounding background is a must.
Come join our family of healthcare professionals. We are actively interviewing so don't delay! Send your CV in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org and contact Liz directly at 954-837-2705.
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