Reports directly to the Pharmacist in Charge, the Pharmacist provides prescription product and appropriate service and consultation to every customer; supervises pharmacy technicians, clerks and pharmacy interns in compliance with federal and state laws and store policies and procedures.
- The Pharmacist takes all steps required to fill prescriptions in compliance with all laws, regulations, and company policies and procedures regarding the sale of pharmaceuticals including: retrieves the product(s); counts, pours, or measures out the required quantity according to established company methods and procedures; affixes the label permanently to the container; and performs a final audit of the prescription.
- Assists with and responds in a courteous and professional manner to questions from customers and physicians in regards to knowledge of prescription and health related products and issues.
- The Pharmacist offers advice and professional consultation; acts as a role model to the pharmacy team; efficiently handles customer complaints; and directs pharmacy operations to keep wait times to a minimum.
- Responds to telephone requests from customers, physicians, and vendors that require the expertise of the pharmacist.
- The Pharmacist ensures that drug orders are properly processed and all prescriptions processed the same day they are received.
- The Pharmacist ensures that security measures and controls are followed at all times to protect company assets.
- Complies with established Dress Code.
- The Pharmacist supports the PIC with achieving Company goals and executing programs. This would include, but not be limited to, RX count growth, Inventory Management, and Labor Management.
- Ability to readily adapt to changes in schedule specifications and work priorities as the business and customer needs demand.
- Computer literate and comfortable with assorted software programs; prior EPS experience is preferred.
- A graduate of an accredited School of Pharmacy with a Bachelor of Science or PharmD degree
- Must pass state Board (for state license) as well as the State Law Board.
- Minimum of two years prior pharmacist experience is preferred.