Here are two more pharmacy jobs that just might spark your interest. One is looking for a new grad, while the other is looking for someone with a couple years of experience under their belt.
Staff Pharmacist Position
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday; no call
The Box Butte General Hospital in Alliance, Neb., is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital that offers a new graduate a lot of opportunity to expand upon their pharmaceutical knowledge. The hospital has just moved into a new addition that includes a new pharmacy, patient care unit, ED/ICU, and operating room. An outpatient infusion center, dialysis unit, and outpatient clinic are also on site.
Some examples of daily job duties include:
- Patient care/review of charts
- Order verification
- Sterile/non-sterile compounding
- Drug information across the facility
- Formulary additions/deletions
- Drug Ordering
- Education to the providers and staff
Please contact Scott Alwin, chief ancillary officer, for more information.
CDOC Pharmacy Technician
This position assists the pharmacists in the processing and dispensing of prescriptions, provide pharmacy services including medical supplies to the Colorado Department of Corrections clinical units. Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
- Fill, dispense, record, and route prescription to the proper destinations under the supervision of a pharmacist
- Assist with packing and repackaging of medications into blister packages including the operations of a pill packaging machine
- Maintaining medication stock levels and maintaining tool control; order, receive, and store incoming drugs and medical supply orders; maintain the records for stock medications and assist in processing medications returned from the clinical units
- Enter and retrieve computer data, create and update computerized patient records including allergy information and medical conditions, enter data to produce computer generated labels for medications. Provide information to Clinical Services staff on drug availability, uses, formulary status, dosage and storage conditions, and brand/generic conversion information
- Maintain prescription files, update records of controlled and non-controlled stock drugs as required by applicable laws. Assist pharmacist with administrative functions
- Train new employees in using the computer programs necessary to function as a pharmacy employee
Applicants must have two years of full-time experience labeling, storing and/or distributing drugs in a pharmacy setting. Completion of a pharmacy technician training program may substitute for one year of the required experience. In order to use this substitution, applicant must attach proof of completion from the pharmacy technician training program.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate effectively with pharmacy and clinical staff
- Strong organizational skills
- Individual must be able to provide a timely and accurate work product
- Ability to work in a fast paced environment
- Ability to meet work schedule
- Experience packing and repackaging medications into blister cards
- Experience as a Pharmacy Technician Leader
View the full job posting.