Bravo Pharmacy Rock Star Compounding Pharmacist for a BRAND-NEW USP 795/800 compounding addition to pharmacy. in Boston, Massachusetts
We're a community pharmacy seeking a compounding pharmacist to join our team. We take pride in our customer service and are looking for someone with a dedication to delivering exceptional care and service to support the needs of our community! Your work will make a genuine difference in people's lives, and you'll be well rewarded for your achievements.
Bravo Pharmacy is looking for a pharmacist with following traits:
Experienced at working in a real fast-paced environment.
Performs and/or oversees the completion of all routine and daily tasks of technicians.
Assists the Director of Pharmacy Operations/PIC with instructing, directing and overseeing pharmacy technicians and staff.
Evaluates medication orders for appropriateness of drug, dosage, route of administration, potential drug interactions and potential adverse reactions.
Collaborates with doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide quality pharmacy services.
Complies with all state and federal laws, rules and regulations governing the practice of pharmacy.
Performs cleaning of compounding room areas thoroughly and according to policy.
Verifies proper inventory management and storage, appropriate documentation such as labels, log sheets and reports.
Maintains the pharmacy USP 800 room up to requirements.
Participates in development and successful implementation of plan(s) of improvement as indicated, recommended and/or required by Director/PIC or any other regulatory compliance consultant.
Communicates progress toward goals and ongoing obstacles to PIC verbally and/or in writing.
Provides training to other staff that is necessary to successful job performance, consistent with company standards and expectation, and facilitates cross-functional awareness and proficiencies.
Experienced in compounding creams, ointments, gels and solutions, including building those formulas using processing software.
Prior compounding experience is a MUST.
Applicants cannot be excluded from working with any commercial or government insurance programs. Candidates will be required to take a background check and a drug test before an offer is considered.
Pharmacist related skills/licenses include:
Leadership and supervisory experience preferred.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited School of Pharmacy or Pharm D.
Licensed Pharmacist in MA (license from other states are a plus).
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Basic computer skills, experience with Microsoft Excel/Word preferred, Google Suite a plus
Ability to multitask and complete jobs with supervision.
Ability to work and produce results under pressure.
This is a part-time job opportunity with a pay rate that is negotiable, depending on your experience. Weekly schedule will depend on current workload, typically Monday-Thursday, 8 AM – 3 PM. There are days that may get done earlier, others may go longer depending on workload.
Job Type: Part-time
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