Pharmacist In Charge
PHARMACIST IN CHARGE (Compounding)
BACON PHARMACY EAST, Concord, CA
- B.S. in Pharmacy or equivalent
- Possession of a valid Pharmacist license issued by the California State Board of Pharmacy
- Knowledge of: inventory control; the compounding of prescriptions and stock pharmaceutical preparations; pharmaceutical chemistry and manufacturing methods; drugs, chemicals, and pharmaceutical supplies required in the operation of a pharmacy; state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to the legal operation of a pharmacy; medical record keeping requirements and procedures; the use and dispensing of narcotics and poisons.
- Ability to: learn modern pharmacy management, including accounting procedures within medical payment/reimbursement programs; learn to assign, prioritize, and evaluate the work of others; learn to develop and implement operational procedures; collect and analyze data, draw conclusions, and make recommendations; maintain accurate records and document actions taken; make arithmetical calculations; maintain confidentiality of information; understand, interpret, explain, and comply with laws, regulations, and policies governing pharmacy operations; compound a wide variety of drugs and medicines and maintain appropriate related records; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with fellow medical professionals and patients; develop harmonious professional relationships with clinical staff; counsel patients on proper use of medication; learn and apply principles and practices of supervision.
- Compounding Pharmacist: PCCA Certificate in Compounding Techniques required
- Employer is willing to accept any combination of training, education, and experience that is equivalent to the employment standard listed above and that provides the required knowledge, abilities, and license.
- Ensures compliance with all applicable laws and regulations for pharmacy; compounds and dispenses prescribed medications
- Maintains records of all transactions of the pharmacy necessary to ensure accurate control over and accountability for all drugs as required by applicable state and federal laws, rules, and regulations; ensures legal operation of the pharmacy, including meeting all inspection and other requirements of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations governing pharmacy operations.
- Fills prescriptions for pharmaceutical preparations and devices for patients at Long Term Care facilities; maintains accurate and detailed records of all prescription transactions, and submits appropriate claims for third-party reimbursement; consults with physicians and nurses regarding pharmaceutical questions; advises physicians on formulary medications and cost-effective and innovative therapies; answers pharmaceutical questions from patients and staff; monitors storage, distribution, and use of pharmaceuticals.
- May provide functional supervision to professional, paraprofessional, and support staff in the pharmacy, including training, assigning duties, and providing input for performance evaluations.
- Documents and reports pharmacy operation updates to the rest of the PRxHS executive team.
Compensation and Benefits:
- Medical, dental and prescription insurance
- Paid Vacations
- Compensation: $150,000
Please send resume/cv, cover letter and attach a copy of the current license you possess by email or fax. Please send transcript/description of pharmacy education.
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B.S Pharm or equivalent