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MUHA EB18 - Certified Pharmacy Technician - Adult Inpatient Pharmacy Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Main Hospital
The Pharmacy Technician II reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Pharmacy Technician II supports the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
MUHA EB18 - Certified Pharmacy Technician - Compounding Pharmacy James Island, SC
The Pharmacy Technician II for the Compounding Pharmacy reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Pharmacy Technician II provides non-sterile and sterile compounding functions to support the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
MUHA EB18 - Certified Pharmacy Technician - ART Inpatient Pharmacy Ashley River Tower
The Pharmacy Technician II reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Pharmacy Technician II supports the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
UNIV - Assistant/Associate Professor - College of Pharmacy Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Department of Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences of the College of Pharmacy at the Medical University of South Carolina is seeking applications for a faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor with a negotiable start date.
MUHA EB32 - Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Oncology- Solid Tumor Outpatient Clinics Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Hollings Cancer Center
Outpatient clinical specialists work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide comprehensive cancer care to solid tumor patients treated in the outpatient setting at Hollings Cancer Center. The Specialist is the disease-state expert and is expected to provide input on treatment decisions, including supportive care management, provide education to patients and providers, work closely with other healthcare providers, and precept pharmacy students and residents.
MUHA EB18 - Pharmacy Technician II - Rutledge Tower Charleston, SC, Rutledge Tower
The Pharmacy Technician II reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Pharmacy Technician II supports the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
MUHA EB19 - Pharmacy Technician III - Pharmacy Distribution Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Pharmacy Technician III provides technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
MUHA EB28 - Pharmacy Student - MUSC Hollings Cancer Center Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Hollings Cancer Center
Pharmacy Student Technicians provide technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services
MUHA EB28 - Pharmacy Student - Inpatient (G) Charleston, SC-Downtown, Ashley River Tower, Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital
Pharmacy Student Technicians provide technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services
MUHA EB28 - Pharmacy Student - MUSC Hollings Cancer Center Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Hollings Cancer Center
Pharmacy Student Technicians provide technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services
MUHA CU08 - Pharmacy Technician I - Inpatient Pharmacy (G) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Ashley River Tower, Main Hospital, Rutledge Tower, Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital
The Pharmacy Technician I reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Pharmacy Technician I supports the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
MUHA EB18 - Pharmacy Technician II - Inpatient Pharmacy (G) Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Ashley River Tower, Main Hospital, Rutledge Tower, Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital
The Pharmacy Technician II reports to the Pharmacy Coordinator. Under general supervision, the Pharmacy Technician II supports the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services.
MUHA EB32 - Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – MUSC SJCH Inpatient Pharmacy/NICU Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital
The clinical pharmacy specialist will practice primarily in the neonatal intensive care population with some practice in other areas of pediatrics including participating in the pediatric clinical pharmacy on call service. Overall goals are threefold: To provide pharmaceutical care in order to optimize patient outcomes. To collaborate with others to improve systems of care. To disseminate knowledge related to pharmaceutical care.
MUHA EB07L - Pharmacist- Chester-PRN Days and Weekends Chester, SC
"The Clinical/Staff Pharmacist will promote, through criteria based protocol, clinically rational drug therapy. Develop the methodology for and participate in drug utilization evaluation. Manage patient's antibiotic therapy following consult with physician. Manage pharmacokinetic dosing in patients receiving aminoglycosides, vancomycin , and other therapy upon the request of the physician. Prepare and present any drug information that will result in improved patient care and better compliance with good health care practices to the medical staff or other group when indicated. Promote cost containment and rational drug therapy by the medical staff through education and written/verbal communication. Identify, resolve, and prevent drug related problems. Supervise the technical staff in all of the daily preparation and distribution functions of the pharmacy, as well as to ensure accountability for the utilization of all controlled substances. He or She ensures that the clinical pharmaceutical needs of all patients in the facility are met "
MUHA EB18L - Certified Pharmacy Tech- Chester-PRN Days & Weekends Chester, SC
"Pharmacy technicians are those who, under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist, assist in the various activities of the pharmacy department not requiring the professional judgment of the pharmacist. Such duties include, but need not be limited to: maintaining patient records; setting up, packaging, and labeling medication doses; filling and dispensing routine orders for stock supplies of patient-care areas; refilling and inventorying automated dispensing machines, maintaining inventories of medication supplies; and mixing medications with parenteral fluids. Technicians must function in strict accordance with standard, written procedures and guidelines with deviation approved by the supervising pharmacist. Organizational relationships include being directly responsible to the Pharmacist and Director of Pharmacy. "
MUHA EB18L - Certified Pharmacy Tech- Chester-PRN Days & Weekends Chester, SC
"Pharmacy technicians are those who, under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist, assist in the various activities of the pharmacy department not requiring the professional judgment of the pharmacist. Such duties include, but need not be limited to: maintaining patient records; setting up, packaging, and labeling medication doses; filling and dispensing routine orders for stock supplies of patient-care areas; refilling and inventorying automated dispensing machines, maintaining inventories of medication supplies; and mixing medications with parenteral fluids. Technicians must function in strict accordance with standard, written procedures and guidelines with deviation approved by the supervising pharmacist. Organizational relationships include being directly responsible to the Pharmacist and Director of Pharmacy. "
MUHA EB28 - Pharmacy Student - ART Ambulatory Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Ashley River Tower
Pharmacy Student Technicians provide technical support to the drug distribution activities of the Department of Pharmacy Services
MUHA EB21F - Pharmacy Tech II Cert Florence Florence, SC
Medication Reconciliation Technician: Working under the supervision of the pharmacist(s), the medication reconciliation pharmacy technician assists in collecting up-to-date prior-to-admission medication lists for patients admitted to the hospital, reviewing patient charts to identify medication allergies that require pharmacist follow up and completion of patients' records pertaining to drug therapy.
UNIV - Curriculum Coordinator - College of Pharmacy Charleston, SC-West Ashley
The Curriculum Coordinator is responsible for planning, organizing and executing various aspects of delivery of the PharmD program curriculum in the College of Pharmacy. The incumbent is expected to perform functions independently with minimal supervision. The incumbent must be able to apply discretion in their work and should be familiar with student privacy and protections laws. This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Curriculum.
UNIV - Assistant Dean for Curriculum - College of Pharmacy Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Assistant Dean for Curriculum provides college-level leadership, management, and oversight of PharmD curriculum and other educational initiatives of the College. The Assistant Dean for Curriculum will oversee all activities involving the creation, design, maintenance, and revision of curriculum, courses, sequences of courses and programs of study offered by or within the College and support faculty, staff, and students in the delivery of that curriculum. Ensure all academic program curriculum meet or exceed accreditation standards published by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and other relevant agencies. The Assistant Dean for Curriculum in the College of Pharmacy is a champion in the area of curricular innovation. PharmD, PhD or EdD is required.

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