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1. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your education and/or experience and meets the Basic Qualification Requirements for the General Health Scientist, GS-0601.
2. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your experience which meets the minimum requirement for Pharmacist GS-0660.
3. From the descriptions below, select the one which best describes your experience and meets the Additional Qualification Requirements for 0601/General Health Scientist, 0660/Pharmacist-15.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Darken the oval corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the Qualifications and Availability Form C. Please select only one letter for each item.
4. Develop policies regarding the development and implementation of guidance related to drug safety.
5. Gather information, identifies problems, and develop a scientific risk-based approach that is consistent with an organization's priorities, resources, goals and policy.
6. Review and evaluate existing programs, and develop, coordinate, and ensure the initiation of new drug safety programs.
7. Monitor programs to ensure they remain consistent with stated objectives and lead to tailored strategies for harm reduction and public health impact.
8. Analyze problems and develop appropriate actions involving safe use of regulated medications using a risk-based methodology.
9. Conduct and evaluate long term projects related to the safe use of drugs.
10. Evaluate scientific management, and regulatory programs, plans, and policies.
11. Evaluate the work products of a staff and implement changes to improve quality and efficiency.
12. Provide leadership and direction to the staff as it pertains to external communication on information for safe use of drugs.
13. Establish long and short term goals, set priorities, assign work and direct staff operations.
14. Draft or review regulatory documents.
15. Develop policies regarding management of drug safety issues.
16. Develop and edit policies, guidelines, instructions, and procedures for administrative and management requirements.
17. Represent an organization in dealing with Federal agencies, State, local and foreign governments, industry professional organizations and public interest groups.
18. Respond to inquiries and provide guidance to industry, state authorities, consumers and health care professionals concerning regulatory issues.
19. Work with an organization's outside stakeholders, including patient groups, state, and federal regulatory authorities and prescribers, providing guidance and support to their efforts on the prevention of injury from medicines.
20. Develop partnerships, problem solving strategies, and outreach efforts.
21. Lead the development of partnerships with external stockholders to reduce preventable harm from medications.
22. Review recommendations and use results from partnerships for interventions to reduce preventable harm from medications.
23. Apply clinical and/or research experience to the monitoring, evaluation, development and coordination of policies and programs with regard to the safe use of drug products.
24. Ensure that the concerns, interest and perspectives of patients, clinicians, and other health care personnel and medical researchers are adequately addressed by safe use programs, policies, and activities related to the safe use of drugs.
25. Enhance an organization's relationships with a variety of external stakeholders by coordinating appropriate meetings with groups and relevant staff.
26. Ensure collaborative efforts result in a program that has mutual benefits to all stakeholders through promotion of safe use practices of drugs.
27. Maintain policies and programs are consistent with an organization's public health mandates.