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Per Diem Pharmacist, Infusion

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Job Ref:  13570
Employer:  Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
City:  Houston
State:  Texas (TX)
Position type:  Part-Time (PRN / Per Diem)

Overview:

The Infusion Pharmacist will perform chemo and antibiotic admixture for the clinic departments. Manages pharmacy prepared infusion medications administered at the Main Campus including accurate and complete charge capture. Responsible for: achievement of customer service and financial objectives; adherence to professional practices and Kelsey-Seybold policies and procedures; and management of all assigned personal including students. Manages inventory, and over all cost of service provision. Performs all of a registered pharmacist including accurate dispensing and counseling of prescriptions to customers and distribution of clinic use pharmaceuticals.

Qualifications:

Basics:

  • Graduate of School of Pharmacy
  • 2-4 years of retail pharmacy experience
  • 2-3 years IV Exp, must be certified
  • Current Texas Pharmacy license
  • Able to communicate with Pharmacy Department personnel to delegate duties, inform about policies, train, assist with performance appraisals, and approve refunds/expense/returns
  • Able to communicate with customers for prescription counseling, handle complaints and problems, assist with questions, and recommend products/services.
  • Operate computer terminal for processing prescriptions
  • Stress Tolerance – to accurately process prescriptions within the required amount of time
  • Professional appearance
  • Flexibility – to have a flexible schedule to work variable hours at different pharmacy locations upon request issues.

 Preferences:

  • HMO and 3rd party managed care experience
  • Write reports (i.e., weekly/monthly, accident/injury. Expense, security), maintain logs, complete daily Pharmacy Department personnel worklists, prepare paperwork for bank deposits, complete requisitions, and complete new hire paperwork.
  • Add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole number and decimals to calculate gross profit, complete balance sheets, and review information concerning sales performance, sales versus expenses, payroll percentage to sales, and controllable expenses.

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