Pharamcist - #94768
How to Apply?:
apply by email: ***************@gmail.com or call 306 316 0418
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To ensure professional dispensing and pharmacy practices. Assume store supervision in the absence of management.
Medication reviews and follow up.
Injections provided on site and off site
Extensive Clinical planning for Flu seasons and special projects
All dispensing functions performed by the pharmacist must be carried out in accordance with Saskatchewan
regulations and standards of practice.
Receive written, verbal and refill prescription orders, ensuring legality of such orders.
Determine the drug, strength and dosage to be dispensed.
Consult and maintain the patients prescription profile, as required by provincial regulations, ensuring that no interactions will occur.
Supervise and personally check where necessary, all dispensing duties carried out by a pharmacy assistant
Personally, check the original container, prescription container contents and prescription label.
Ensure proper recording of prescriptions, including narcotic, controlled drugs and poison records.
Counselling on prescriptions and OTC
Pharmacist is expected to visit care homes and develop professional relationship with the care taking staff.
Pharmacist is expected to participate in pharmacy growth planning and work towards it.
Ensure that the pharmacy area is kept clean, neat and organized.
Ensure proper operation of the pharmacy computer.
Carry out all third-party billing procedures.
QUALIFICATIONS AND PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Licenced to practice as a pharmacist in Saskatchewan.
Some previous retail pharmacy dispensing experience preferred.
Participate on an on-going basis, in continuing education programs for professional development.
Professional attitude and ability to communicate well with customers, co-workers and suppliers.
The pay for Saskatoon will be decided based on experience
Skills and Abilities
- Reading text
- Document use
- Oral communication
- Working with others
- Problem solving
- Decision making
- Critical thinking
- Job task planning and organizing
- Finding information
- Computer use
- Continuous learning
- Significant use of memory
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
- Pharmacy Examining Boards of Canada Certification
- Licensure by provincial or territorial authorities
Area Of Specialization
- Hospital or clinical pharmacy
- Community or retail pharmacy