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Compounding Pharmacist #JoinOurFamily

Requisition ID:  158174 

Career Group:  Store Careers 

Job Category:  Retail - Pharmacy 

Travel Requirements:  0 - 10%

Country: Canada (CA) 

Province: British Columbia 

City: Vancouver

Location: 4999 Central Fill Safeway 

Postal Code: SW FILL 

Safeway grocery stores provide an exceptional food shopping experience to consumers from Vancouver, British Columbia to Thunder Bay, Ontario. We are the newest member of Sobeys Inc.’s retail food offering which serves the needs of Canadians with more than 1,500 stores in over 800 communities from coast-to-coast. Whether it's your first job or you're ready for a new challenge, we have a career to fit your life. Our commitment to delivering top quality products and superior service to our customers, and for giving back to the communities we serve has earned us a reputation as an employer of choice for those looking for an exciting career in food retail.

Overview

 

The Compounding Pharmacist is responsible for ensuring high quality compounded prescription products are provided to multiple banners of the Sobeys National Pharmacy Group. The Pharmacist will play a key role in achieving departmental excellence in the areas of workflow efficiencies and quality control according to NAPRA guidelines. The Pharmacist will also provide guidance and supervision to Pharmacy Assistants and will ensure that all clients are offered and receive professional compounded prescription products.

Job Description

 

**This is a part-time position **

  • Provide formulation suggestions tailored to the medication, disease state, adherence issues, and client preferences.
  • Provide instructions on new therapy and dosage forms unique to compounded preparations.
  • Ensure all prescription products shipped are of high accuracy with strict adherence to quality control.
  • Ensure all workflow and operations meet NAPRA guidelines for non-sterile compounding.

 

Job Requirements

 

Technical Skills:

  • Strong proficiency in the pharmacology of compounded preparations
  • Strong communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Self-directed and able to work independently to meet strict deadlines
  • Ability to be a team player in a fast-paced environment

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from a recognized institution.
  • Must be a Licensed Pharmacist in British Columbia in good standing.
  • Previous experience in a compounding pharmacy preferred.
  • Accredited compounding course certification is an asset.
  • Knowledge in NAPRA guidelines for non-sterile compounding is an asset.

While all responses are appreciated only those being considered for interviews will be acknowledged.

We appreciate the interest from the Staffing industry however respectfully request no calls or unsolicited resumes from Agencies.