Staff Pharmacy Jobs
As a staff pharmacist, your skills are in demand. Pair your expertise with Soliant’s reach and you’ll quickly see how simple it is to find not only the job, but the staff pharmacy experience you’re looking for in your career.
Employment for staff pharmacists is expected to stay strong and continue to rise over the next decade due to the growing elderly population, which translates into job success for you! With Soliant, you will be able to take advantage of this job growth with top paying staff pharmacist opportunities nationwide. No matter what experience you are seeking, from large healthcare systems to small rural hospitals, our connections are here to help you succeed in every position. Our dedicated pharmacy team focuses on filling staff pharmacy jobs in hospital settings.
Staff Pharmacist Duties
A staff pharmacist, also known as a relief pharmacist, is primarily responsible for overseeing proper pharmacy dispensing techniques as well as establishing good communication with patients. A staff pharmacist is the main consultant between patients and the pharmacy, and is therefore required to be compassionate, courteous, considerate and knowledgeable. They will also be required to have a deep understanding of pharmacy computer systems, which includes the ability to process refills, profiles, packaging and general workflow. A staff pharmacist will also answer phones, take messages, enter new prescriptions and approve patient refill requests. In general, a staff pharmacy professional is responsible for overseeing all functions within the pharmacy on a day-to-day basis, ensuring that proper laws and policies are followed and practiced. The ability to manage multiple tasks in a professional manner is a desired quality of a staff pharmacist.
Staff Pharmacist Education Requirements
A staff pharmacist is required to hold a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy or a doctorate of pharmacy, which can give them an edge in the hiring process. They will also need to have the proper state licensure by the state of hire, as well as up to five years of retail experience as a pharmacist. Upon hire, a staff pharmacist is required to pass an FBI or Medicare background check, which will approve them for pharmacy work. A staff pharmacist will be standing almost 100% of the time they are on the job, so great physical fitness and stamina are required as well. A staff pharmacist must be qualified to communicate effectively with both patients and other staff members to ensure the proper workflow of the environment.
Staff Pharmacist Job Market
Depending on the geographic area, as well as the years of retail experience held by the individual, staff pharmacists can make a great salary. There is significant predicted job growth with all pharmaceutical positions, making it a great career choice in this growing market.
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