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Pharmacist Resident PGY2 Admin - Oakland

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Kaiser Permanente


13d ago

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  • You must have a pharmacy degree from an accredited program, obtain a California pharmacist license within 4 months, complete a PGY1 residency, and participate in the Resident Matching Program to be eligible for the PGY2 Admin position in Oakland.
  • You will train in various pharmacy practice settings, develop and implement a residency project, present findings at conferences, and complete additional projects as needed to meet program goals.

Graduate Job



  • Receive training in a variety of pharmacy practice settings to meet the educational outcomes and goals set by the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists (ASHP). To develop competence, skills, and application of drug therapy knowledge in providing the broad scope of pharmaceutical services needed in a practice setting.


  • To be eligible for pharmacist licensure:
  • Candidates must be graduates or candidates for graduation from an ACPE accredited degree program (or one in the process of pursuing accreditation) or
  • Have a degree in pharmacy meeting minimum educational requirements for pharmacist licensure in California or
  • Have a Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Examination Committee (FPGEC) certificate from the National Associations of Board of Pharmacy (NABP).
  • License, Certification, Registration:
  • Pharmacist License (California) within 4 months of hire
  • Intern Pharmacist License (California) required at hire
  • Additional Requirements:
  • Resident must be a licensed California pharmacist within 120 days from the program start date. Residents who are not licensed as a pharmacist within 120 days from the program start date will have their term of appointment extended by the number of days the resident is without licensure past the 120-day deadline up to a maximum of 45 days. Failure to obtain a California state pharmacist license within 165 days from the program start date will result in the resident being dismissed from the program and employment will be terminated.
  • Completion of an ASHP - Accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency program prior to start date.
  • Must participate in and adhere to the rules of the Resident Matching Program (RMP) process
  • Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment

Area of Responsibilities



  • Train in the required pharmacy practice settings for a specified number of weeks as set by the Program to meet the core objectives of the program.
  • Elect training in other pharmacy practice settings as offered by the Program.
  • Develop and implement a longitudinal residency project under the guidance of Residency Director, Coordinator, Preceptors, or Project Advisors.
  • Present findings of project at the Western States Regional Residency Conference.
  • Complete additional projects and activities as required.
  • Attend Professional and Educational Meetings/Conferences Complete twelve (12) months of training program to meet the program goals as well as the educational outcomes set by ASHP/AMCP prior to receiving certificate of completion.


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Full time

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