The System Pharmacy Sourcing Director is responsible for oversight and integrity of acute and non-acute pharmaceutical sourcing, inventory management, vendor management, group purchasing organization (GPO) and wholesaler relationships, formulary standards, pharmacy supply-chain related information systems and technology. The incumbent must have a thorough understanding of healthcare provider acute and non-acute pharmacy supply chain and Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) best practices. The Pharmacy Director will lead in planning of inventory strategy and mitigation of medication shortages by leveraging technology and predictive ordering processes. Additional areas of oversight include optimization and support of automation related to pharmacy inventory and distribution, pharmaceutical contracting and GPO, evaluation of outsourcing needs for high-risk compounded sterile products, and ensuring compliance with DSCSA provisions. In addition to supply chain functions, the Director will oversee the pharmacy’s obligations in the order-to-pay process and will work closely with finance to assure the process is completed in an accurate and timely fashion. The incumbent will also develop and lead/facilitate implementation of innovations in health system pharmacy automation support, pharmacy technology support, and medication distribution systems. Responsibilities include the analysis, identification and implementation of opportunities to improve quality, cost, and productivity within all aspects of department and health-system medication supply chain. All responsibilities are accomplished in collaboration with the acute and non-acute pharmacy leaders and finance leadership teams.