Are you a professional who is interested in expanding their Pharmaceutical expertise and knowledge? We are looking for a strategic and detail-oriented Pharmacist to join the Ontario Public Drug Program team.Consider the many great advantages of working with the Ontario Public Service!What can I expect to do in this role?As a Senior Pharmacist, your role will include:- Liaising with advisors and acting as a scientific adviser to senior management and staff- Providing policy interpretation and support to pharmacists and the Ontario Drug Benefit (ODB) Helpdesk- Reviewing proposals for funding of research projects- Reviewing Formulary listings and expenditure agreements with pharmaceutical manufacturers- Developing and implementing program changes and initiatives that affect program operations and external stakeholders - Participating on pharmaceutical committees and related work groups.How do I qualify?Mandatory:- A degree in Pharmacy from a university of recognized standing and licensure with the Ontario College of Phamacists are requirements for this position.Your knowledge and abilities will include:- Demonstrated working knowledge of pharmacology, therapeutics and pharmaceuticals to provide expert advice- Ability to demonstrate understanding of Ontario's drug programs and proven knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry- Demonstrated knowledge of pharmacy operations, programs and legislation to ensure consistency and assess changes for policies and programs- Abilities with program analysis and policy development to assess drug products for benefit listings- Working knowledge of organizational and management theories to facilitate the operations of the unit.Your essential skills will include:- Project management and organizational skills to plan, assign and coordinate activities - Communication and consultation skills to respond to, and interact effectively with clients- Problem-solving and analytical skills to analyze and resolve issues related to pharmacy and program changes; and to make decisions and recommendations on policies and programs- Writing skills to prepare complex technical reports- People skills to build and maintain productive working relationships and work collaboratively with others- Computer proficiency to manage, retrieve, collect and analyze complex data collection and analysis- Forecasting skills to assess financial implications of expenditure agreements.
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