Pharmacy Management Positions at Cedars‑Sinai
You're exacting in all you do. Happily, we're the exact same way. Make a difference in Pharmacy at Cedars-Sinai. Use your teamwork, expertise and dedication in work that truly matters – improving the lives of our patients in their most vulnerable times. As a Pharmacy professional at Cedars-Sinai you'll work alongside distinguished physicians, collaborate with those conducting groundbreaking research, and apply yourself using cutting-edge evidence-based practice.
Click below to find out more information about the Pharmacy management positions currently available at Cedars-Sinai.
Are you interest in working at one of the top healthcare institutions in the nation as a Pharmacy Drug Use Manager? As Pharmacy Drug Use Policy (DUP) Manager at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, you will be collaborating with medical, nursing, pharmacy and healthcare team members on the development, maintenance and implementation of drug use policies, protocols and initiatives, drug information services and the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program.
Are you interested in taking the next step in your career as a Pharmacy Inpatient Manager? The Pharmacy Inpatient Manager at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has responsibility for a specific area or group of employees within the pharmacy department, and may have medical center and/or department specific scope of leadership.
Are you interested in a competitive salary, outstanding benefits, and the ability to make a difference as a Pharmacy Manager in Outpatient Oncology? The Pharmacy Manager in our Outpatient Oncology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, will assist in oversight over Samuel Ocshin Cancer Center Institute and Tower Hematology Oncology pharmacy and operations, the specialty pharmacy oral chemotherapy program, our oncology pharmacy prior authorization and outpatient infusion patient assistance programs.
Make a difference as a Revenue Cycle Pharmacy Manager. The Pharmacy Revenue Cycle Manager at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center will focus on Revenue Cycle/Integrity/New Business Development. Overseeing and ensuring 100% revenue capture as well as identifying new revenue stream across the enterprise through robust strategies in the areas of revenue cycle, accurate coding and chargemaster maintenance, denial management, and prior authorization.
The Ambulatory Pharmacy Associate Director is responsible for the retail pharmacy operations, specialty pharmacy operations, ambulatory clinic pharmacy services, human resources and financial management, new program development and performance improvement. The Associate Director serves as a member of the pharmacy leadership team and collaborates in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of services for the Pharmacy Enterprise.