- 9: 30 am -6: 30 pm M-F
- The Pharmacist is responsible for the continuation of pharmacy management s goals and objectives within the dispensing pharmacy.
- The pharmacist provides routine and emergency comprehensive and accurate drug screening, information, processing, and dispensing services for various drug distribution systems to the centers.
- Management skills and accuracy are required to ensure that the appropriate drug product reaches the customer efficiently and safely.
- Meet/exceed site budgets.
- Leverage operating policies, procedures and process to ensure operational excellence (5 R s).
- Optimize cost management in line with script counts.
- In coordination with the General Manager, serve as primary owner for Band III accounts, and facility owner for Band I and II accounts in assigned geography.
- Drive organic growth and mitigate risk with existing customer relationships.
- Negotiate and finalize customer contracts in collaboration with appropriate regional leadership.
- Collaborate with Sales to drive deal closures and organic growth.
- Collaborate with Account Management, Sales,
- Consultant Pharmacists and appropriate corporate functions to meet overall site goals and objectives.
- Evaluate the overall results of operations; regularly and systematically report the results to the GM and/or VPO.
- Ensure that all organization activities and operations are executed in compliance with state and/or federal regulations and laws governing financial and pharmacy operations.
- Ensure the privacy, confidentiality, and security of patient information and property.
- Have a thorough understanding of the Customer Pharmacy Services policy and procedure manual.
- Have a thorough understanding of the Long Term Care Pharmacy/Home Infusion Pharmacy Policy and Procedure Manual and internal pharmacy policies and procedures.
- Complete other projects and responsibilities as assigned by the VPO, GM or management.
- Responsible for providing employees with timely, candid and constructive feedback.
- Developing employees to their full potential and providing challenging opportunities that enhance employee career growth.
- Developing the appropriate talent pool to ensure adequate bench strength and succession planning; recognizing and rewarding employees for accomplishments.
- May sit, stand, stoop, bend and walk intermittently during the day.
- May sit or stand seven (7) to ten (10) hours per day.
Minimum (Required) Qualifications: (must be met in order to perform the job at the required level)
- Current license to practice pharmacy in good standing.
- Proficient in the area of clinical interpretation: drug-drug, drug-disease, drug-food interactions and allergies.
- Ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
- Perform accurately and efficiently when dispensing prescription medications.
- Ability to work flexible hours, which may include evening, weekends, and holidays.
Preferred Qualifications: (if above and beyond the minimum required)
- Knowledgeable about long term care regulations (OBRA, OSHA, state laws and other federal laws) that have an impact upon both pharmacy and Center operations preferred.
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy.
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