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Director of Pharmacy Emergency Preparedness

KPhA Seeks Full-time Pharmacist to serve as Director of Emergency Preparedness .  The Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA) is recruiting a full-time pharmacist (30 hours/week base plus 10 hours/week to support other grant contracts) who will be responsible for specific planning activities as well as managing partnership initiatives between the Association and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department for Public Health. This position will work with KPhA to conduct outreach activities to inform and engage pharmacists to serve special populations following a disaster while enhancing the visibility and public image of the Association as a partner in emergency preparedness and response. This includes, but is not limited to, developing and leading planning and implementation efforts related to an established work plan between KPhA and the state. This position also will update and maintain an emergency response and operations plan, serve as the PIC for the mobile pharmacy, provide technical assistance and implement training to pharmacists in preparation for and/or in response to disasters and related incidents. Expected travel time is 10 to 20% in state. The successful candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking. Knowledge of computers, data entry, word processing and spreadsheets required. Background experience in the areas of public health, administration and/or project management preferred. 

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Director of Pharmacy Education Services

KPhA Seeks Full-time Pharmacist to serve as Director of Pharmacy Education Services. The Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA) is recruiting a full-time pharmacist (40 hours/week) who will be responsible for specific planning activities as well as managing partnership initiatives between the Association and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department for Public Health. This position will work with KPhA and the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) to conduct outreach activities to inform prescribers and pharmacists regarding the opioid crisis, including up-to-date numbers and statistics, best prescribing practices, emerging pharmaceutical treatment options and other pertinent topics, while enhancing the visibility and public image of the Association as a partner in the opioid crisis and response. This includes, but is not limited to, developing and leading planning and implementation efforts related to an established work plan between KPhA and the state and regular travel to engage prescribers in the office setting. Additionally, this position will work with KDPH to plan evening opioid training seminars for prescribers in targeted regions. Part of this planning will be to develop and present accredited Continuing Education for multiple prescriber types. Expected travel time is 50 to 60%+ in state. B.S./Pharm.D and registered Kentucky pharmacist license required. The successful candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking. Knowledge of computers, data entry, word processing and spreadsheets required. Background experience in the areas of continuing education development, public health, administration and/or project management preferred.

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To apply, submit a cover letter and your CV/resume to  Angela Gibson by November 30, 2018. 

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