If you are looking to take some time for yourself before and after Christmas, and to make some money while you’re at it, you should definitely apply to this pharmacist job.
Christmas is an expensive time of year. Think about how many people you have to buy presents for. Think about how many parties you will be going to. You might even be flying or otherwise travelling a long distance to visit family and friends. All of this adds up, which can be a financial burden. But how do you manage this financial burden while simultaneously holding down a demanding full-time job? This is a challenging predicament… but we have a solution for you!
Imagine that you could travel up north for a few weeks, come back and fulfill your social obligations over the holidays, and then fly back north again after all of the festivities die down. Maybe you could feel even more relaxed at the end of the year, knowing that you can conveniently settle back into work after Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Read on to get a sense of what this job is all about.
- This pharmacy is situated approximately 3 hours from Saskatoon.
- The first part of this relief pharmacist contract starts on Tuesday November 19th and continues until Wednesday December 11th.
- For this first part of the contract, you will work two days per week, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- The second part of this job starts on Monday January 6th, 2020 and continues until Friday January 31st.
- Between these dates in January, you will work from Monday to Friday.
- All of these locum pharmacist shifts, from November until January, will take place from 9 AM until 6 PM.
- You will receive a 1 hour unpaid break for each shift.
- The primary purpose of this role is to check patient scripts for walk-in patients.
- As the pharmacist, you will process these scripts and procure both more serious prescriptions as well as maintenance drugs.
- You will be expected to provide advice to patients in person in the pharmacy premises as well as over the phone.
- You must manage the workload effectively, so that patients are given their medication in a timely manner.
- Consultations will be made from time to time with patients, regarding dosage instructions and drug information (including side effects).
- You will work with the pharmacy computer system to view and manage patient files.
- The relief pharmacist must be licensed to practice pharmacy in the province of Saskatchewan.
- The pharmacist must have graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from a post-secondary institution.
- You also must be a pharmacist in good standing with the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals.
- It is required that you know how to use Kroll software.
- For this job, you are required to have at least two years of previous pharmacist work experience in a community pharmacy.
- You should be fluent in English, in order to speak with patients, relay information to pharmacy staff, and receive any instructions. Your reading comprehension must be excellent, in order to accurately check scripts.