The Central Pharmacy at the Johns Hopkins Hospital is recruiting for a talented and motivated individual to join our leadership team as an Operations Manager of sterile compounding.
Responsible for overseeing the production of all compounded sterile preparations within the central pharmacy division, ensuring compliance with all regulatory and best practices involving sterile compounding, and leading efforts in continuous process improvement to maximize efficiency and safety.
Manage the day-to-day production of sterile compounded preparations
Develop and manage sterility testing of medium and high risk compounds to ensure USP guidelines
Oversee the environmental sampling programs and physical structure for the primary and secondary engineering controls in seven (7) ISO classified rooms to ensure current regulations are met
Manages the education, certification, performance and scheduling of sterile compounding staff
Maintain a quality assurance program for sterile compounding and participate in the hospital-wide clinical and quality initiatives
Coordinates efficient inventory management of drugs and supplies with minimal waste
Serve as a preceptor for the Medication Systems and Operations resident
Pharm D. or B.S. from an ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy
Completion of an ASHP accredited Residency program preferred
Hospital pharmacy experience required with strong operational pharmacy background
Must demonstrate extensive professional knowledge of current aseptic regulations and best practices (including USP , Maryland Board of Pharmacy regulations)
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