1. Responsible for all activities related to dispensing medications.
2. Facilitate new business and oversee timely and accurate delivery of services to clients.
3. Work collaboratively with administrations, physician and nursing staff to provide quality care.
4. Ensure that billing documents and inventory control records are completed and accurate.
5. Participate in continuing quality improvement activities.
6. Responsible and accountable for operational budgets ensuring that the operation of the pharmacy is within budget guidelines and providing explanation of significant variances.
7. Participates in annual pharmacy department budget projections.
8. Ensure strict compliance with all standardized professional policies and procedures.
9. Participates in the selection and hiring of pharmacy staff including pharmacists, technicians, and support staff.
10. Works in collaboration with pharmacy staff to increase their clinical effectiveness and counseling skills
11. Assist with the development, use, analysis, and feedback of clinical performance measurement indicators, processes, and audits
12. Ensure adherence to State and Federal laws and regulations.
13. Maintains strict control over distribution and usage of government controlled products such as narcotics and barbiturates.
14. Ensure appropriate record keeping for each prescription filled for pharmacy files, for control files on narcotics, poisons, habit-forming drugs or for billing records.
15. Ensure inventory control of pharmacy stock to an acceptable turnover to minimize the amount of expired medications.
16. Ensure semiannual physical inventory processes are completed.
17. Oversees the implementation and documentation of drug recalls through established policy and procedures, which are followed in a timely manner, including documentation, required detailing the disposition of such drugs.
18. Develops, implements, monitors and participates in QA activities within the pharmacy.
HOURS: 32 hours per week, Exempt. Position offers competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Occasional evening and Saturday shifts are an essential function of this position.
1. College degree (Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral) in pharmacy from an American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE) accredited college of pharmacy.
2. Current, Valid, Unrestricted Pharmacist license in the Commonwealth of MA.
3. 1 – 3 year pharmacy or related experience, preferably in retail pharmacy services.
4. Must be detailed oriented.
5. Must possess good people skills.
6. Ability to communicate with patients in both English and Spanish Preferred.
*Interested candidates should send resume to: Human Resources at 1380 Soldiers Field Rd. 3rd Floor, Brighton, MA 02135 or fax to (617) 987-8222.
_Joseph M. Smith Community Health Center is an Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action Employer_*