Pharmacy Director Jobs
We provide pharmacies with coverage both locally and nationally during both short- and long-term management vacancies. For these pharmacy director jobs, we need experienced directors of pharmacy like you.
As a Soliant pharmacy director, you can work in a variety of hospital settings, from big-city healthcare systems to small-town hospitals. You can even choose which region of the country you like best. From Florida to Washington, we have rewarding pharmacy director jobs in great locations on a travel, per diem or permanent basis.
Soliant celebrates your accomplishments, because your career is our passion. Your achievements, work ethic and dedication to what matters most in life represent the core beliefs of Soliant pharmacy directors. We’re committed to helping you reach personal and professional goals by finding you the pharmacy director job of your dreams. As a nationally recognized power player in pharmacy staffing, we can negotiate with employers across the country to get you an outstanding job offer based on your personal preferences.
Pharmacy Director Duties
A pharmacy director is typically one of the highest individuals on the ladder, and is responsible for managing the pharmacy managers, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians below them. One of the most crucial goals of the pharmacy director is to ensure that all policies, procedures and organizational systems are running smoothly. A pharmacy director can help managers and pharmacists maintain a solid leadership structure while reviewing all tasks and functions of the workplace. The pharmacy director is responsible for creating clinical plans, arranging staff schedules, developing report systems, addressing issues with a solid work plan, listening to the concerns of their coworkers, assessing the hospital or retail facility’s financial health, ensuring that good patient relations are established, and planning for outsourcing needs if possible. It is very important that the pharmacy director also take time to celebrate their staff’s successes and reward them for a job well done.
Pharmacy Director Education Requirements
A pharmacy director must have the proper degrees and credentials, combined with plenty years of experience, to be considered for the position. Aspiring pharmacy directors must have, above anything else, relevant experience as a licensed pharmacist. Whether or not pharmacy directors have a master of science or Ph.D. credential, it is more important that the prospective director have experience in the field. Most pharmacy directors do pursue master’s or doctoral degrees in pharmacy administration, so following this path is highly recommended if you wish to stay ahead of your competition. There is also a residency and dissertation required over six years in order to gain the experience and reputation needed to ascend the ladder.
Pharmacy Director Job Market
Due to their high level of experience and credibility, a pharmacy director is paid well. The range of payment can vary depending on area, facility and experience. There is always a demand for higher-level pharmacy positions, and it’s a great time to get started on this career path.
If you’re ready for an exciting and meaningful career on your terms with a pharmacy staffing company that works for you, we’re ready to hear from you. Search our pharmacy director jobs today.
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