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Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
PO Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380
Fax: (541) 444-8375

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Tribal Employment

NOTE: All applications must be mailed, faxed, or dropped off. Emailed applications are not be accepted at this time.

Completed applications must be received by 4:30pm on the closing date.

Incomplete applications, copied application, late applications or resumes will be returned.

CTSI requires a Tribal Application be completed, Resumes are not accepted.

Applications are kept on file for six months. You must submit a new application for each position you want to apply for.

Pharmacy Manager/Pharmacist In Charge

 

 

 

 

CTSI JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Opening Date: June 28, 2016
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Job Title: Pharmacy Manager/Pharmacist-In-Charge
Salary/Wage: Negotiable
Location: Siletz, OR
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Job Posting Number: 201628

Introduction:
This position is located in the Siletz Community Health Clinic with responsibility for supervising and providing quality pharmaceutical services and managing pharmacy operations. These services are provided in accordance with Federal and State Law, Indian Health Service Regulations, Tribal Policy, and accepted ethical standards.

Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy; Must have at least one year of /pharmacy practice; and
Must be licensed to practice pharmacy in Oregon or be able to obtain licensure. Other: Requires BLS/CPR certification.

Duties:
When a change of PIC occurs, both outgoing and incoming PICs must report the change to the Oregon Board of Pharmacy (Board) within 15 days of the occurrence, on a form provided by the Board. New PIC must complete an inspection on the PIC Annual Self-Inspection Form, within 15 days of becoming PIC. If a discrepancy is noted on a Board inspection, the PIC must submit a plan of correction within 30 days of receiving notice. The records and forms required by this section must be filed in the pharmacy, made available to the Board for inspection upon request, and must be retained for three years. PIC may not authorize non-pharmacist employees to have unsupervised access to the pharmacy. PIC is responsible for ensuring that the following activities are correctly completed: An inventory of all controlled substances must be taken within 15 days before or after the effective date of change of PIC, and must be dated and signed by the new PIC. This inventory must be maintained in the pharmacy for three years and in accordance with all federal laws and regulations; Verifying, on employment and as appropriate, but not less than annually, the licensure of all pharmacy personnel who are required to be licensed by the Board; Conducting an annual inspection of the pharmacy using the PIC Annual Self-Inspection Form provided by the Board, by February 1 each year. The completed self-inspection forms must be signed and dated by the PIC and maintained for three years from the date of completion; Conducting an annual inventory of all controlled drugs as required by OAR 855-080; Performing a quarterly inventory reconciliation of all Schedule II controlled drugs. Ensuring that all pharmacy staff have been trained appropriately for the practice site. Such training should include an annual review of the PIC Self-Inspection Report; Implementing a quality assurance plan for the pharmacy. The records and forms required by this section must be filed in the pharmacy, made available to the Board for inspection upon request, and must be retained for three years. PIC, along with other licensed pharmacy personnel, must ensure that the pharmacy is in compliance with all state and federal laws and rules governing the practice of pharmacy and that all controlled substance records and inventories are maintained in accordance with all state and federal laws and rules. Independently carries out all clinical pharmacy functions. This includes selection and dispensing. In selection, the pharmacist must identify fine differences between drugs as they relate to the therapeutic efficiency of the product. In dispensing, must be accurate with dosage and identification of therapeutic incompatibilities to avoid patient injury or distress. Provides consultative services and advice to patients regarding instruction for use of drugs, any special requirements for storage and, if the drugs are unstable, instructions on destroying after a set period of time. Consults with medical, nursing, and other clinical staff, or tribal representatives on improvement and increased efficiency of the pharmacy service and pharmacy point-of-sale billing program. Provides information and consultative advice to clinical physicians on disease states, therapeutic recommendations, contraindications and side effects. Suggests alternative medication to avoid incompatibilities, alleviate side effects, overcome potentiating drug combinations, and prevent adverse reactions. Has responsibility for the administrative operation of the pharmacy, which involves planning, records, reports, stock control and storage, budgeting, and other general management duties.
Provides monitoring and quality control of the prescription program of Contract Health Services.
Provides monitoring and quality control of Pharmacy Point of Sale and Patient Account Management Systems. Has responsibility for Quality Assurance and Utilization Review functions as outlined by the standards of the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care as well as the Oregon Board of Pharmacy. Directly supervises pharmacy personnel. Supervisory duties entail time and attendance, evaluation, professional development and recruitment, as needed. As necessary, may serve in other areas of incumbent's discipline.

All new employees will serve a six-month probationary period to enable the General Manger to determine their suitability as a tribal employee. After the six-month probation the employee will be evaluated of his/her performance and at that time it will be decided if the employee is entitled to a regular employee status.

HOW TO APPLY:

All applicants must submit a Tribal "Application for Employment Form".
http://www.ctsi.nsn.us/uploads/downloads/Employment/Application_CTSI_2007-1.pdf
Applications must be received by the closing date of this announcement to receive consideration.

TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR TRAINING OR EDUCATION, DOCUMENTATION MUST BE PROVIDED.

If applying for more than one position, separate applications will be required for each position.
The high school diploma/GED requirement will be waived for Tribal Elders

SEND APPLICATIONS TO: Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
Attn: Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380

Fax number 541-444-8375 or 1-800-922-1399 ext. 1375
Human Resources 1-800-922-1399 ext. 1274
Website www.ctsi.nsn.us
Email hrdepartment@ctsi.nsn.us

Conditions of Employment:

The selectee will be required to submit to a urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use before employment.

May need to provide DMV Driver Record and proof of Automobile insurance.

The Tribe's Indian Preference Policy will apply. Tribal government will not discriminate in selection because of race, creed, age, sex, color, national origin, physical handicap, marital status, politics, membership, and non-membership in an employee organization.