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Pharmacist PRN

Job Type : Temp/Contract
Reference Code : 12024
Start Date : 01/12/2017
End Date : 12/27/2017
Hours : Full Time
Job Category : Select a Value

Job Description :
Description: GLC Government services is seeking a licensed Pharmacist to work in Baltimore, MD. Where: National Institute of Aging (NIA) for the Intramural Research Program Period of performance & Hours: 12/15/2016 – 12/14/2017 (contract), Requirements: · Must possess a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree or a Doctor of Pharmacy degree · Must have a minimum of 3 yrs. in Pharmacy practice, in a hospital or clinical environment. · Must possess a pharmacist license in good standing with the MD board of Pharmacy. · Must possess extensive professional experience as a Pharmacist in various environments. · Must possess in-depth knowledge and understanding of the processes and requirements involved in clinical investigations, clinical trials methodology, quality assurance issues, clinical trials design, and pharmacy recordkeeping. Must impart this knowledge to the clinical staff in NIA. · Must have previous experience or knowledge in various pharmacy environments including sterile compounding, non-sterile compounding and inpatient hospital including IV experience. · Must possess fluency in the following: · Must have experience with clinical research and regulatory processes · Must be willing to research and learn new concepts in the process of problem solving or assisting colleagues on the unit · Must be comfortable with different computer systems and applications Job Duties: · Independently advises, interfaces and participates with physicians in the design of complex drug treatment plans; provides pharmaceutical guidance and expertise to program staff when needed. · Serves as technical authority and resource with direct interaction with participants to independently obtain drug histories, including over-the-counter medications and alternative drug therapies. Educate and counsel investigators regarding current and proposed drug therapy and its potential to help ensure desired outcome is achieved and prevent adverse drug reactions. · Help to, design and conduct clinical research within specialty area of investigational practice as associate investigator; advises, interfaces and participates with the NIA physicians in the design of complex investigational drug development. · Involved in the formulation, manufacturing, assay, dispensing, and clinical monitoring of these drugs. Registers, controls, and analyzes investigational drugs used in the NIA Clinical Unit. Has primary responsibility for the development, formulation and stabilization of suitable dosage forms of chemicals and drugs for investigational use in the Clinical Unit participant care. · Provide expertise in identifying sources of drugs and/or placebo for specific NIA protocols. · Monitors active investigational studies in Clinical Unit to ensure that all FDA, Clinical Center regulations, ethical issues and Pharmacy Dept. policies concerning the use of investigational drugs are being followed. · Collaborates with PI on Investigational Drug Fact Sheet for any protocol on which incumbent is an associate investigator so as to facilitate the proper use of the investigational drug by condensing the relevant world-wide literature into a form usable by fellows, nurses, and physicians. · Identifies and/or anticipates problems with respect to unique investigational drug properties and research packaging, labeling, and blinding requirements. · Receives, stores, prepares, and dispenses study related medication in accordance with protocol requirements and unit pharmacy policies · Understands the concepts of randomization and maintains secure randomization protocols. · Maintains all documents, drug files, currency and logs as required · The work requires long periods of standing, stretching, bending and carrying of light objects. · The pharmacist must be available on site for the duration of a clamp procedure when the physicians are performing the clamp. · Pharmacist must be on site for every new drug compound that’s being administered to volunteers of studies. About GLC Group For candidates seeking the right positions, GLC Group is the recruiting firm that creates value for you by investing the time and resources to truly recognize and discern your capabilities, goals, and career plans at a personal level. This investment allows us to quickly and effectively connect you with the opportunities that you are seeking. GLC Group is a leading recruiting firm that has been in operation for over a decade. Combined with our staff's extensive experience, GLC has developed an expansive nationwide network of employers that rely solely on us as their recruitment partner. These trusted relationships allow for us to maintain exclusivity over many available positions and also increases the speed with which our candidates are placed. If you are interested in this position or positions like this you can email us at [LINK: mailto:mmarquissee@glcgroup.com] mmarquissee@glcgroup.com or visit us at [LINK: http://www.glcgroup.com/] www.glcgroup.com To view more positions like these go to: [LINK: http://www.glcgroup.com/available-positions] www.glcgroup.com/available-positions Public description: GLC Government services is seeking a licensed Pharmacist to work in Baltimore, MD. Where: National Institute of Aging (NIA) for the Intramural Research Program Period of performance & Hours: 12/15/2015 – 12/14/2016 (contract), PRN Requirements: ·  · Independently advises, interfaces and participates with physicians in the design of complex drug treatment plans; provides pharmaceutical guidance and expertise to program staff when needed. · Serves as technical authority and resource with direct interaction with participants to independently obtain drug histories, including over-the-counter medications and alternative drug therapies. Educate and counsel investigators regarding current and proposed drug therapy and its potential to help ensure desired outcome is achieved and prevent adverse drug reactions. · Help to, design and conduct clinical research within specialty area of investigational practice as associate investigator; advises, interfaces and participates with the NIA physicians in the design of complex investigational drug development. · Involved in the formulation, manufacturing, assay, dispensing, and clinical monitoring of these drugs. Registers, controls, and analyzes investigational drugs used in the NIA Clinical Unit. Has primary responsibility for the development, formulation and stabilization of suitable dosage forms of chemicals and drugs for investigational use in the Clinical Unit participant care. · Provide expertise in identifying sources of drugs and/or placebo for specific NIA protocols. · Monitors active investigational studies in Clinical Unit to ensure that all FDA, Clinical Center regulations, ethical issues and Pharmacy Dept. policies concerning the use of investigational drugs are being followed. · Collaborates with PI on Investigational Drug Fact Sheet for any protocol on which incumbent is an associate investigator so as to facilitate the proper use of the investigational drug by condensing the relevant world-wide literature into a form usable by fellows, nurses, and physicians. · Identifies and/or anticipates problems with respect to unique investigational drug properties and research packaging, labeling, and blinding requirements. · Receives, stores, prepares, and dispenses study related medication in accordance with protocol requirements and unit pharmacy policies · Understands the concepts of randomization and maintains secure randomization protocols. · Maintains all documents, drug files, currency and logs as required · The work requires long periods of standing, stretching, bending and carrying of light objects. · The pharmacist must be available on site for the duration of a clamp procedure when the physicians are performing the clamp. · Pharmacist must be on site for every new drug compound that’s being administered to volunteers of studies.
Required Qualifications :
 Must possess a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree or a Doctor of Pharmacy degree · Must have a minimum of 3 yrs. in Pharmacy practice, in a hospital or clinical environment. · Must possess a pharmacist license in good standing with the MD board of Pharmacy. · Must possess extensive professional experience as a Pharmacist in various environments. · Must possess in-depth knowledge and understanding of the processes and requirements involved in clinical investigations, clinical trials methodology, quality assurance issues, clinical trials design, and pharmacy recordkeeping. Must impart this knowledge to the clinical staff in NIA. · Must have previous experience or knowledge in various pharmacy environments including sterile compounding, non-sterile compounding and inpatient hospital including IV experience. · Must possess fluency in the following: · Must have experience with clinical research and regulatory processes · Must be willing to research and learn new concepts in the process of problem solving or assisting colleagues on the unit · Must be comfortable with different computer systems and applications Job Duties:
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