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Job Description:


  • Promote trust and respect among associates
  • Create an environment that allows customers to feel welcome, important and appreciated by answering questions regarding products sold within the department and throughout the store
  • Communicate effectively both written and verbally, with customers and store personnel
  • Possess knowledge of the pharmaceutical products and supplies kept in the department to be competent making recommendations to patients and prescribers
  • Receive verbal RX orders and accurately reduce to writing in adherence with State and Federal laws and regulations
  • Interpret, fill/refill, label and bag prescription orders completely and accurately
  • Evaluate appropriateness of RX orders with consideration to patient safety, and legal requirements
  • Provide drug counseling with customers and prescribers
  • Be familiar with and third party billing and procedures, facilitate charge for customer
  • Maintain accurate records—including insurance—properly receive RX information from customer, properly and accurately deliver RX to customer, assist with over-the-counter medication recommendations
  • Make phone calls to prescribers and prescribers’ office staff
  • Demonstrate ability to accurately and efficiently utilize RX computer system
  • Maintain accurate inventory, reconciliation and research of controlled substances in compliance with the record keeping of the controlled substance account
  • Actively promote proper immunizations to patients and provide them safely and effectively.
  • Engage in all clinical activities for which they have received appropriate training
  • Delegate monitoring and ordering supplies; properly stock incoming orders
  • Compare and check incoming orders
  • Assist with supervision and delegation of responsibilities to associates
  • File prescription orders and records in accordance with state and federal regulations and procedures
  • Help resolve conflicts and problems with customers and personnel in the absence of department manager
    Run, review and interpret reports
  • Oversee administrative needs in the department in the absence of the department manager
  • Notify management of customer or employee accidents
  • Report all pharmacy incidents or miss-fills to store management and Sedgwick within the proper timeframes as presented in the Corporate Accuracy Policy
  • Report all safety risk, or issues, and illegal activity, including: robbery, theft or fraud
  • Ability to stand for the entire shift and lift up to 25 lbs
  • Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation


  • Possess a current Pharmacist license in the state where employment is sought, with no stipulations or Board ordered restrictions
  • Graduate of a US School of Pharmacy or have passed a foreign equivalency exam
  • Successfully passed the NAPLEX exam
  • Ability to work at various locations
  • Ability to travel independently


  • Staff pharmacist

Experience Level: Junior/Associate
Work From: Onsite

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