Pharmacy Jobs

This job board is available to local and regional pharmacy employers to post their available pharmacist positions.

This job board is intended as a resource for our WSU pharmacy alumni and community. Pharmacies who want positions posted on this site should contact us directly. Positions will not be posted for recruitment firms serving as agents for pharmacy employers. We reserve the right to review and screen all requests.

Positions will be posted for 60 days.



March 2017

Position Title: Pharmacy Manager
Company: Albertsons Companies-Safeway Pharmacies
Position Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: East Wenatchee, Wash.
Position shift hours: Variable
Details

Job summary:
Are you the Pharmacist that knows everyone by name? Do customers ask for you because you build meaningful relationships with your patients? Are you looking to work for a company that is a large part of the community? Well, then we are your new home! At Albertsons Companies, you will be a part of a team committed to providing an environment where you can thrive to the top of your profession.

Explore our opportunities and find your ideal location where you can have a unique opportunity to both make a positive impact on our patients and find that perfect place to call home.

We have your prescription for success!

At Albertsons Companies, we see our community pharmacies as a meaningful way to connect with people and help them achieve their health and wellness goals. With almost 1,800 pharmacies nationwide, our ever-expanding patient care services reflect our commitment to providing an environment for our pharmacists to positively impact patients and grow professionally.

Our pharmacists do more than just counsel on the proper use of medications. We provide personalized service to our patients, so whether it’s teaching a patient how to test blood sugar levels or providing an annual comprehensive medication review; our pharmacists have the compassion to listen and care. Joining our team will allow you to partner with your patients and become their trusted healthcare provider who educates and ensures medications are used appropriately to help achieve optimal patient outcomes.

Our Vision, Mission, and Values
As a member of our pharmacy team, you are the front-line of patient care and play a valuable role working with the entire healthcare team to optimize medication therapy, deliver patient-centered care, and assist in managing acute and chronic conditions. We trust you with the care of our families and protecting the health of our neighborhoods. Join us in keeping our vision a reality.

Training and Development
Our philosophy is to invest in our pharmacists and to engage them in a shared vision to transform pharmacy practice. We believe in life-long learning and challenge our pharmacists, residents, interns and technicians to develop to their fullest potential in order to ensure their success.

We have a best-in-class learning and development department that provides the only in-person pharmacists training in the industry that starts upon hire. Extensive time is spent providing an overview of the pharmacy computer system and allows hands-on training with the computer application. Computer training includes basic and advanced prescription processing, third-party billing, inventory management, and others.

And it doesn’t stop there! As you continue your employment with us, we ensure opportunities are available for continued education such as advanced pharmacy operations, leadership training, technician certification preparation, management skills, and more.

We partner with a national Continuing Education (CE) provider and are accredited to provide CE lessons through the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) to provide you all the credits needed to maintain your license.

Minimum qualifications:
Our pharmacists are essential to the health of the neighborhoods we serve. We operate pharmacies across 35 states and the District of Columbia. Whether you are looking to start your career, put down roots or work part-time – quality care is needed everywhere. With almost 1,800 pharmacies and growing, we have a lot of locations to choose from. We will work with you to find a location to fit your lifestyle and career goals.

Salary and benefits:

  • Market-competitive compensation
  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Paid holidays, Paid time off programs
  • 401k plan

Contact or send resume to:
Rochelle Allen, R.Ph
Rochelle.allen@albertsons.com
847-341-0662



Position Title: Pharmacy Manager
Company: Albertsons Companies-Safeway Pharmacies
Position Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: Aberdeen, Wash.
Position shift hours: Variable
Details

Job summary:
Are you the Pharmacist that knows everyone by name? Do customers ask for you because you build meaningful relationships with your patients? Are you looking to work for a company that is a large part of the community? Well, then we are your new home! At Albertsons Companies, you will be a part of a team committed to providing an environment where you can thrive to the top of your profession.

Explore our opportunities and find your ideal location where you can have a unique opportunity to both make a positive impact on our patients and find that perfect place to call home.

We have your prescription for success!

At Albertsons Companies, we see our community pharmacies as a meaningful way to connect with people and help them achieve their health and wellness goals. With almost 1,800 pharmacies nationwide, our ever-expanding patient care services reflect our commitment to providing an environment for our pharmacists to positively impact patients and grow professionally.

Our pharmacists do more than just counsel on the proper use of medications. We provide personalized service to our patients, so whether it’s teaching a patient how to test blood sugar levels or providing an annual comprehensive medication review; our pharmacists have the compassion to listen and care. Joining our team will allow you to partner with your patients and become their trusted healthcare provider who educates and ensures medications are used appropriately to help achieve optimal patient outcomes.

Our Vision, Mission, and Values
As a member of our pharmacy team, you are the front-line of patient care and play a valuable role working with the entire healthcare team to optimize medication therapy, deliver patient-centered care, and assist in managing acute and chronic conditions. We trust you with the care of our families and protecting the health of our neighborhoods. Join us in keeping our vision a reality.

Training and Development
Our philosophy is to invest in our pharmacists and to engage them in a shared vision to transform pharmacy practice. We believe in life-long learning and challenge our pharmacists, residents, interns and technicians to develop to their fullest potential in order to ensure their success.

We have a best-in-class learning and development department that provides the only in-person pharmacists training in the industry that starts upon hire. Extensive time is spent providing an overview of the pharmacy computer system and allows hands-on training with the computer application. Computer training includes basic and advanced prescription processing, third-party billing, inventory management, and others.

And it doesn’t stop there! As you continue your employment with us, we ensure opportunities are available for continued education such as advanced pharmacy operations, leadership training, technician certification preparation, management skills, and more.

We partner with a national Continuing Education (CE) provider and are accredited to provide CE lessons through the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) to provide you all the credits needed to maintain your license.

Minimum qualifications:
Our pharmacists are essential to the health of the neighborhoods we serve. We operate pharmacies across 35 states and the District of Columbia. Whether you are looking to start your career, put down roots or work part-time – quality care is needed everywhere. With almost 1,800 pharmacies and growing, we have a lot of locations to choose from. We will work with you to find a location to fit your lifestyle and career goals.

Salary and benefits:

  • Market-competitive compensation
  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Paid holidays, Paid time off programs
  • 401k plan

Contact or send resume to:
Rochelle Allen, R.Ph
Rochelle.allen@albertsons.com
847-341-0662


April 2017

Position Title: Staff Pharmacist
Company: Hoagland Pharmacy
Position Type: Part time, Permanent
Location: Bellingham, Wash.
Position shift hours: 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday

Details

Job summary:
Perform the duties of a licensed pharmacist; ensures the safety and security of merchandise; ensures rigid adherence to all laws and regulations governing the sale of pharmaceuticals.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Washington Pharmacists License in good standing
  • Immunization Certification

Salary and benefits:
$56-$58/hr DOE Experience. Benefits available upon request.

Contact or send resume to:
carries@hoaglandpharmacy.com



May 2017

Position Title: Compounding Pharmacist
Company: Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy
Position Type: Part Time, Permanent
Location: Moses Lake, Wash.
Position shift hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Details

Job summary:
Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy is a compounding only pharmacy. We specialize in changing people's lives with hormone replacement and wellness. We do not bill any insurance, which means you have more time to spend with patients. Our hours are Monday-Friday 8:30-5:30 closed for lunch 12:30-1. No weekends or holidays. Use the science, knowledge and clinical skills you learned in pharmacy school and come join our team.

Minimum Qualifications:
Washington state pharmacist license or eligible

Salary and benefits:
Pay depending on experience. Opportunity for commission and bonuses. Position may advance into full time for the right candidate.

Contact or send resume to:
Shawn Needham
shawnneedham@mlrx.com
(509)764-2314



Position Title: Clinical Pharmacist
Company: Kindred
Position Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: Northgate Seattle, Wash.
Position shift hours: 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Details

Job summary:
Evaluates physician medication orders for appropriateness of drug, dosage, potential interactions, route of administration and stability. Makes recommendations for therapy changes to the physician and facility staff as appropriate.

  • Maintains patient database to include appropriate current and past medical history, appropriate clinical and laboratory data, and concurrent medication (including over-the-counter and home remedies).
  • Collaborates with the healthcare team to provide clinical and technical support as needed.
  • Documents all communication with physicians, nurses, other members of the healthcare team and patients and their family members in the medical record.
  • Obtains, as necessary, and maintains all required documentation in accordance with federal and state regulatory agencies and policy.
  • Implements policies and procedures for the safe procurement, storage, distribution and use of drugs and biologicals, as well as disposal of drugs.
  • Assists facility/agency staff personnel with procedures relating to safe and effective methods of procuring, maintaining, administering and disposing of drugs.
  • Provide pharmaceutical care that includes cost conscious therapeutic drug monitoring, pharmacokinetic evaluations, and documentation of patient medical records.
  • Respond to pharmaceutical inquires from patients, medical personnel, and pharmacy staff.
  • Oversee activities and assign projects to resident pharmacist and other pharmacy personnel.
  • Responsible for, handling incoming physician calls, logging data into the computer, and Drug Utilization Review.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned.
  • Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, its policies and procedures, the Corporate Compliance Agreement, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable professional standards.
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Each essential function is required, although reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Must have advanced degree from an accredited School of Pharmacy or Pharmacy Doctorate.
  • Current Pharmacist license in the state of Washington required
  • Knowledgeable of principals related to pharmaceutical preparation and practices required
  • IV clinical experience (TPN, antimicrobials) preferred
  • Experience in hospital pharmacy required
  • Must exhibit competent clinical judgment
  • BLS, ACLS preferred

Salary and benefits: DOE

Contact or send resume to:
John Kae PharmD
john.kae@kindred.com

 

 

 

 

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