Part-Time Pharmacist Consultant
Do you want to be a part of a company that encourages its employees to grow and achieve more? Are you looking for a company that has a focus on maintaining the positive work culture? Are you curious and want to use your strengths, skills and abilities so that you can love what you do each day? If you answered yes, then this job posting is for you! Our local long-term care pharmacy is looking to add only exceptional people to our team.
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
Advises physicians on formulary medications and cost-effective and innovative therapies
Answers pharmaceutical questions from patients and staff
Manage SNF case load performing monthly/quarterly chart review as required by state law; Attend Quality Assurance (QA) meetings and provide QA reports.
Perform medication cart reviews quarterly/upon request
Perform medication pass audits upon request
Works with Director of Nursing (DON), physician, Medical Director in performing medication regimen reviews to make specific recommendations that will improve patient outcomes in a cost effective and clinically prudent manner.
Provides clinical expertise by responding to medication-related questions and concerns initiated by DONs, Administrators, and facility nursing and medical staff.
Works with Nursing Home Administrator, DON and Nursing Staff to review facility practices to ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations and standards for the specific long-term care or other practice setting.
Acts as liaison between Community Pharmacy and facilities to maintain good business relationships and resolve problems in a prompt manner to retain facilities and acquire new business.
Works with facility Nursing Staff in providing In-Service Training and education on a variety of medication-related topics, e.g., nursing topics, medications, disease state management, etc.
Works with facility to ensure resident database is complete and provides management monthly reporting in an accurate and timely manner.
Conduct Executive Reviews and other customer meetings as required.
Owns issue resolution and communicate early warning signs of potential issues.
Maintains a strong knowledge of current clinical pharmacy practice and CMS regulations.
Registered Pharmacist in the state of Nebraska
One to two years of experience preferred
Knowledge of: pharmaceutical chemistry and manufacturing methods; drugs, chemicals, and pharmaceutical supplies required in the operation of a pharmacy; state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to legal operation of a pharmacy; medical record keeping requirements and procedures; the use and dispensing of narcotics and poisons
Strong organizational and analytical skills required
Must work closely with consultant pharmacist team and nurse managers
Must be friendly and outgoing and like meeting new people
Must be willing to work as a team
Must be organized and self-motivated
Must provide excellent customer service to facilities
Must be able to actively contribute to a positive team environment
Must be a self-starter with the ability to handle multiple tasks, remain focused, and work independently
Must be detail oriented and a problem solver
Proficient computer skills
Strong oral and written communication skills
Superior time-management skills and ability to deal with changing priorities and interruptions
Strict attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines
Superior customer service skills and high level of confidentiality
This position requires travel to facilities within a radius of 3.0 hours around Scottsbluff/Gering, Nebraska. Overnight stays are potential. Must have reliable vehicle for travel. (Mileage will be reimbursed.)
Position hours can be set between 8:00 am – 6:00 pm., Monday through Friday. Flexibility is a must.
You must be reliable and have a solid work history to be seriously considered for the position. A completed pre-employment drug screen and background check will be conducted.
Our Company is Community Pharmacy Services
We are an independently and locally owned long-term care pharmacy. We take pride in hiring exceptional individuals who are proactive, forward thinking team players who want to play a key role in keeping CPS at the top of our industry. We are passionate about Long Term Care and building partnerships with our clients. Maintaining our positive work place culture is also business success to us.
To be considered for this opportunity, click on the link below and upload your resume today. If you have any questions about this opportunity, contact Human Resources at Community Pharmacy at (402) 289-0431 or email us at HR@cpharmrx.com.
Community Pharmacy is an Equal Opportunity Employer