We can’t begin to describe how much we appreciate our Pharmacists, and the Student Pharmacists that join our team. Not only are they responsible for making sure our patients receive their prescribed medication, but they also have to work with those patients and their families on how and when to take them correctly. They sometimes have to get creative. They work for our patients, from reconciling medications from different healthcare professionals to talking to patients about medication discounts and coupons. Did we mention that you will be a part of this experience? From inventory to finances, you will learn every aspect of what it entails to be a Pharmacist. If you are looking for that great opportunity to start your journey within your field of choice, let’s talk.
What you’ll do:
Prepares, fills and distributes unit-dose drugs. Performs medication exchange at the appropriate times to the designated nursing units.
Assists in the preparation of sterile intravenous admixtures which may include chemotherapeutics, cardioplegics, and total parenteral nutrition formulations under pharmacist supervision.
Performs clerical functions such as maintaining the prescription file, answering the telephone and triaging calls.
Maintains adequate levels of drugs, intravenous solutions, and other supplies in the dispensing and admixture areas and records appropriately on the order-book items below minimum level. Maintains an order book of items below minimum level.
Performs duties in documented accordance with requirements of all regulatory and governing bodies. Mandatory education from a system and department level is completed.
Why you’ll want to work for us:
The opportunities are endless! You will have career opportunities at your fingertips. We also offer competitive benefits as you transition to a full time career within CHI Health. Paid Vacation 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan Tuition Reimbursement ($3,000/annually for FT) Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance Flexible & Dependent-Care Spending Accounts Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Life, Accidental Death, Short-term Disability and Dismemberment Insurance
Registered in a school of pharmacy, years 1-2. Must be registered in Nebraska or Iowa as a Pharmacy Intern, registration must be held in the state of employment.
Preferred: Previous hospital experience. Knowledge of basic math, communication skills, and data entry.
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