PeaceHealth is seeking a Pharmacist Intern for a Per Diem/Relief, Variable position. Hourly compensation starts at $21.30, more depending on experience.
This position performs the basic job functions as a pharmacist while under the direct supervision of a pharmacist as a means of fulfilling the requirements of the State Board of Pharmacy for licensure. This job teaches the intern the basic concepts for providing pharmaceutical care.
- Package and deliver medications to patients.
- Interpret and input physician orders into the hospital computer system.
- Function as a pharmacy technician while learning (and observing) the duties and responsibilities of a pharmacist.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Currently enrolled in an accredited School of Pharmacy or recent graduate with a Bachelor of Science – Pharmacy degree.
- Current PI or PII pharmacy school student.
- Working knowledge of Federal and State pharmaceutical rules, regulations, laws and procedures applicable to the profession.
- Current state Pharmacy Intern license/registration
- Proficient computer and keyboarding skills including MS Office applications
- Good mathematical and analytical skills
- Strong communication skills
- Must be receptive to learning how to plan, prioritize and organize workflow in a dynamic and sometimes chaotic environment.
SOUTHWEST PHYSICAL/COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS:
- Work requires fairly light physical exertion up to 33% of the time.
- Ability to lift objects weighing 30 lbs. or less.
- Work is performed under normal working conditions with adequate lighting and ventilation. Reasonably anticipated exposure to blood and body fluids.
- Duties require the ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail (more than 65% of work time).
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