Responsible for performing all duties associated with interpretation, order entry, dispensing and monitoring of medications ordered by prescribers; the evaluation and dissemination of comprehensive information about medications and their use to patients, families, staff, prescribers and community; and the monitoring and assurance of quality of medication use in order to provide quality pharmaceutical services. Job duties also include inventory control, care of supplies and equipment, and accurate cash handling. Will assist in all aspects of the daily departmental activities, including training of new staff and precepting pharmacy students, interns and residents, billing, record keeping, monthly audits, and other duties as assigned by the department leader.
Graduate of a college of pharmacy accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (BS or PharmD degree required)
Licensed as a Registered Pharmacist by the Board of Pharmacy of the state in which they will be working (Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota).
If currently registered as a Pharmacist in another state, must be registered with the Board of Pharmacy of the state in which they will be working (Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota) as a Pharmacist-Intern and actively pursuing licensure as a Registered Pharmacist, obtaining licensure within 90 days of hire.
Ongoing continuing education and license renewal as required by the state Board of Pharmacy.
BLS certified within 90 days from hire date.
Immunization Delivery Certification completed within 1 year from hire date.
Day Rotation (United States of America)
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