The Supervisor, Research Pharmacy Operations manages day to day operations and staff of the Research Pharmacy Operations to ensure high-quality patient care and high-level investigational drug accountability are delivered in compliance with all laws, regulations, and institutional policies and standards. The Supervisor works closely with research pharmacy management team and members of the pharmacy leadership team to coordinate and administer the pharmacy quality assurance and quality control initiatives. The Supervisor is expected to be able to step in, when needed, to carry out all functions of a staff pharmacist or technician. The supervisor is also expected to coordinate the onboarding and training of new staff members and to ensure ongoing training and competency requirements are met in a timely manner.
Located at Boston Longwood area, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an industry leader in delivering premium cancer care to our patients. We strive for excellence through services, discoveries, and education. Dana-Farber is the founding institute for Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC), the largest NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center that integrates collaborative efforts among five academic medical institutions/hospitals and two Harvard schools. More than 1,100 cancer researchers in DF/HCC collaborates closely in innovative clinical, translational, basic, and population-based research programs to bring cutting-edge treatments to our patients.
As a key player in our clinical research enterprise, Research Pharmacy is responsible for pharmaceutical management of investigational drugs for oncology trials. Our mission is to provide the highest quality pharmaceutical care to our research patients. The primary objective of Research Pharmacist-Ops is to carry out logistic operation for drug trials in compliance with institutional, state and federal regulations. Motivated candidates with excellent problem-solving skills and communication skills are encouraged to apply to work in this fast pace working environment with a rapidly growing oncology trial portfolio at Dana-Farber.
A Bachelor’s Degree or Doctorate in Pharmacy from an accredited college of Pharmacy is required along with a minimum 5 years of hospital or retail pharmacy experience, 2 years of oncology experience or clinical research, and 1 year in a supervisory/leadership role or equivalent. Must be licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the right of every qualified applicant to receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, age, ancestry, military service, protected veteran status, or other groups as protected by law.