Pharmacist

This position is currently open.

Public?: 

Public

Division: 

Health

Reports To: 

Director of Pharmacy

Type of Position: 

Regular Part Time

Location: 

Little Axe Health Center / 15951 Little Axe Dr. / Norman, OK 73026

General Description

 
The purpose of this position is to provide pharmaceutical services for patients at the AST Little Axe Health Center Pharmacy, as prescribed by a physician. Work typically involves dispensing of medications, inventory control, and patient education.  The pharmacist is under the supervision of the Director of Pharmacy. The pharmacist supervises activity in the pharmacy.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

 
  • Processes and dispenses medications including controlled substances, and other pharmaceutical supplies ordered by physicians and maintains patient profiles.
  • Reviews patient profiles for appropriateness of drug therapy, allergies, interactions and side effects; consults with physicians as needed.
  • Ensures the completeness of all dispensing records, compliance with all applicable legal and ethical standards, and the completion of all inventory records required by clinic policy or outside regulatory agencies.
  • Keeps current with recent developments and applicable literature; advises physicians and other staff concerning questions about medications and out-patient operations.
  • Counsels patients and/or parents regarding medications; ensures that customer service is a top priority.
  • Performs quality control and quality assurance activities; identifies and reports variances in assigned monitoring activities.
  • Assists in monitoring of resources within the pharmacy; implements approved changes in resource allocations, identifies and reports variances.
  • Assists in implementing policies and procedures to ensure the safety of staff members and the continued integrity of all tribal property and/or funds contained in area of responsibility.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 

Education Requirements and Qualifications

 
Native American Preference/EEO/Drug Free/Smoke Free Workplace
 
  • Graduation from an accredited school of pharmacy with at least a Bachelor’s degree.   Pharm D preferred.
  • Current Oklahoma licensure.
  • Must be a licensed preceptor.
 
 
Skills and Abilities
 
  • Thorough knowledge of pharmacy practice and standards.
  • The ability to relate well with patients, to gain their acceptance and confidence.
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; ability to relate well with co-workers and the general public.
  • Ability to adjust to changing conditions.
  • Superior analytical skills.
  • Must be computer literate and have ability to become familiar with pharmacy software, including billing procedures.
  • Must be able to pass a drug screen.
 
 

Posted Date: 

2 months 1 day ago
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