Pharmacy Systems Analyst II
Hamilton Health Care System, Inc.
Job Description and Performance Standards
Title: Pharmacy Systems Analyst 554304502
Reports To: Pharmacy Director
Status: Part Time
Responsible for the following: (1) Overseeing the general operation of all pharmacy systems, including Data Integrity, Problem Resolution, System Performance, Application and Configuration Modifications, Training, Security, being the departmental lead on new installations, and Overall User Satisfaction; (2) Oversees Pharmacy automation operation and efficiencies
Education: Bachelor degree in computer science or a related field and training through hospital and pharmacy system vendors.
Licensure: Registered as Pharmacy Technician with the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy required. Certified Pharmacy Technician required.
Experience: Three years’ experience with Cerner Millennium or other comparable hospital pharmacy system, personal computer programs and operation. Hamilton Medical Center would accept an equivalent combination of education and experience providing the candidate possesses the knowledge and abilities required by the position.
Skills: A highly motivated, detail and service oriented individual that can accurately set priorities, work effectively with minimal direction in a job environment in which he/she is looked to for creative leadership, and possesses precise written and verbal communication, problem solving, organizational and technical skills; a technical and functional understanding of hospital and related pharmacy information systems that will allow credibility in the eyes of hospital and HHCS management, end users, Information Services personnel, consultants and vendors; project management skills necessary to identify installation tasks and responsibilities and manage new system implementations and conversions; administrative, operational and technical skills necessary to properly identify and fulfill departmental automation requirements; ability to work with and utilize to the best advantage the Hamilton Health Care System representatives of various vendors and consultants; a mature individual with a strong sense of organization and the ability to develop long range plans while maintaining control over current projects.
PHYSICAL, MENTAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Typical office/information systems environment, subject to frequent interruptions and heavy deadline requirements. The employee frequently is working with sensitive and confidential patient and business information.
The individual must be able to:
- Maintain control
- Effectively establish and update priorities and exercise accurate judgement during high stress and peak workload periods
- Communicate effectively with management, members of the staff, system users, consultants and vendors in order to complete their responsibilities
- Lift, transport, and install computer equipment
- Frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
- Maintain a flexible schedule required in order to accommodate on-call and other system-related responsibilities
- Transition job responsibilities with interruptions and peak workload requirements as a pharmacy technician.