Pharmacist in Charge
PHARMACIST-IN-CHARGE, Kern County, CA.
This family owned pharmacy is seeking a Pharmacist-In-Charge (PIC) who is a licensed pharmacist with the California State Board of Pharmacy. This professional will be a PIC position with staffing requirements.
- Day-to-day operations of the pharmacy which include, but is not limited to, the planning, organizing and directing of staff and resources to ensure the pharmacy is providing safe, efficacious and appropriate pharmaceutical services to the customers.
- Maintaining each pharmacy in accordance with current pharmacy practice standards, all state and federal laws, and all accrediting standards (if applicable).
- Appropriate purchasing, budgeting, staffing levels and security of all drugs and supplies.
- Managing time effectively and demonstrate leadership qualities in order to deliver appropriate patient care.
- Oversee the hiring and the development of staff and provides concise and timely drug information at the request of healthcare providers, payers and patients/customers.
- Ensure the confidentiality of patient and proprietary information and reports any medication related incidents or discrepancies in the controlled substance inventory.
- Participation in the Quality Improvement program is also a responsibility of the Pharmacist-In-Charge which includes timely reporting of medication errors, billing and coding errors, patient satisfaction survey results and customer complaints and audit results of the customer/patient records.
- Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy
- Currently licensed and in good standing with the California State Board of Pharmacy
- Five years of relevant pharmacy experience
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to multitask and work under pressure situations
- Self-directed and motivated
- Knowledge of all applicable state and federal laws.
- Leadership experience
- Patient Care – Demonstrates caring for patients
- We want someone who is able to balance the need to care for patients with the ability to comply with regulations. This is extremely difficult, especially when it comes to sensitive topics such as opioid dispensing and vetting
- Experience with Supervising Personnel
- Progressive Disciplinary Action
- Mobilizing unmotivated personnel
- Able to work flexible hours i.e. open, close
- Rotating Saturday shift
- Ability to multi-task
Nice to Have:
- Someone that is excited about expanded scope of practice within the profession
- Able to think outside the box
For immediate consideration, please contact Jackie Flesher firstname.lastname@example.orgApply for the job