For four weeks, you’ll have the chance to make a difference in a rural community in Saskatchewan.
This position is ideal for a pharmacist who has a minimum of 4-5 years of consistent experience in their career. If you’re interested in a position that will let you help people in need on a regular basis, read the full details below.
What the Job Involves:
- You will be working shifts that go from 9 AM to 6 PM
- The days of work are from Monday to Friday.
- You will be administering flu shots to walk-in patients.
- You will dispense methadone to patients.
- Daily prescription scripts will be processed.
- Dosage specifications and information about drug side effects will be provided to pharmacy customers.
- Medication reviews may be conducted.
- Oversee the regular maintenance and organization of the pharmacy’s stock.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
- As you will be entering the position during the flu shot season, you will need to be injection certified.
- Our client has stipulated that the pharmacist applicant needs to be methadone certified, in addition to being comfortable working with methadone.
- You will need to know how to use the Kroll pharmacy software platform.
- You must be licensed as a pharmacist in Saskatchewan.
- The successful applicant will be a graduate of a Bachelor of Science program in Pharmacy.
- Your rate of pay will be competitive.
- On top of your earnings, we can take care of your accommodation and travel arrangements.
- You will have to pay for all other ancillary expenses, including food.
This position will give you the opportunity to work closely with patients in a way that’s different from the average community pharmacy. By limiting your expenses as you earn, you will be able to put aside money and make a difference at the same time.