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Clinical Research Pharmacist
Summary
Title:Clinical Research Pharmacist
ID:2747
Location:Phoenix, Arizona
Department:Clinical Research
Job Status:Full-time, Benefited
Description
Celerion, a global leader in clinical research, seeks a fulltime Pharmacist to join our clinical pharmacy team at our Phoenix research facility. If you are interested in working on the cutting edge of pharmaceutical development and are tired of pharmacy shift work, this is a golden opportunity! This role tracks, prepares and accounts for all investigational pharmaceutical products. The Pharmacist acts as a resource for study teams by utilizing their professional pharmacological expertise and knowledge of clinical pharmacy practice.


Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for receipt, storage, preparation, disposition, and retention of all study investigational products in compliance with standard operating procedures, FDA, and DEA regulations concerning investigational product handling, accountability and security. Review and understand study protocol requirements in regard to investigational product handling.
  • Active member of study team providing expertise and support such as evaluating study feasibility, study set up and conduct, participating in internal and/or external client meetings. Provide internal and/or external client communication and interaction regarding investigational product handling and protocol specific requirements.
  • Ensure EU, Controlled Drug, and DEA license (if applicable) is current and all federal and state laws pertaining to prescription medications are being followed. Interact with all applicable regulatory agencies, as necessary, regarding investigational product and investigational product supply handling.
  • Provide training and monitoring for administration of investigational products as needed.
  • Review and provide input to standard operating procedures and training plans pertaining to pharmacy and assisting with pharmacy training as necessary.
  • Maintain pharmacy department equipment and applicable records as necessary.
  • Institutional Review Board consultant and resource.

 

Knowledge/Skills/Education/Licenses*:

  • Registered Pharmacist required; Doctor of Pharmacy expected.
  • Proven pharmaceutical experience of minimum 1-2 years
  • Institutional pharmacy or clinical research experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience in sterile and non-sterile compounding highly preferred.
  • Proven record keeping skills with extreme attention to detail
  • Knowledge of United States Pharmacopeia guidelines, including chapters 797 & 795 required.
  • Knowledge of FDA and EU regulations preferred (if appropriate)
  • Job specific training is required and will be provided

*Equivalent education and experience will be considered.

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