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.
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.
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.
Ensures that drug orders are properly processed and all prescriptions processed the same day they are received.
Ensures that security measures and controls are followed at all times to protect company assets.
Complies with established Dress Code.
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 PDX 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.
Current Immunization certification or willing and able to complete certification as part of company on-boarding.
Physical Demands/Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Individuals may need to stand for excessive amounts of time. Reaching above shoulder heights, below the waist or lifting product or moving materials throughout the workday. Proper lifting techniques required. May on occasion include lifting up to 50 pounds for materials, samples, reports, etc.
Travel requirements of this position include; local, domestic travel on occasions to attend training sessions and review marketplace conditions.
Primary environment: ambient room temperatures, lighting and traditional office equipment as found in a typical retail pharmacy environment