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Contract & Travel Pharmacy Jobs

As a traveling pharmacist or pharmacy technician, your job is to temporarily fill a pharmacy role for a set amount of time determined by a prearranged contract.

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Pharmacy contract assignments vary in length of time depending on the facility's needs, and many contracts get renewed. As a traveling pharmacy professional, you may work in many different settings, from retail to a hospital environment.

Travel Pharmacist Jobs

Traveling pharmacy professionals commonly move from city to city, taking on new assignments after their contracts are completed. Your day-to-day responsibilities depend on the setting and role of your current pharmacy contract, but likely include:

  • Providing and preparing medications based on physician orders.
  • Ensuring your patients understand important pharmacological information regarding their treatment.
  • Complying with any federal or state pharmacy regulations.
  • Overseeing the inventory of medications, supplies, and patient medical records.
  • Answering any questions from other healthcare professionals or patients.
  • Training, supervising, and supporting staff.
  • Administering vaccines to patients.

Travel Pharmacy Technician Jobs

Much like a traveling pharmacist, traveling pharmacy technicians typically move from city to city, taking on new assignments as each contact ends. Day-to-day responsibilities depend on the setting of the contract and vary based on each pharmacy, but likely include:

  • Preparing and administering medications to patients.
  • Helping the pharmacists on staff with medication fulfillment based on physician instructions.
  • Properly labeling and packaging medications.
  • Complying with any federal or state pharmacy regulations.
  • Helping organize and maintain the inventory of supplies and medications
  • Answering phone calls and patient questions with thoughtful customer service.

Travel Pharmacy Salary and Job Outlook

Since there are no real restrictions on where a traveling pharmacist or pharmacy technician can work, their salaries vary widely. One of the biggest determinants of salary is simply the city and region in which you are work. The cost of living is different across the country, therefore so are the salaries.

It is also important to note that for some travel assignments, travel expenses such as housing, flight and food will be paid for by the pharmacy staffing agency.

If you are looking to explore the country and meet new people, while still enjoying a great salary with benefits, then a travel pharmacy job with RPh on the Go is the perfect fit for you. 

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Pharmacist - 13+ Weeks - Full-Time - M-F - Day Shift - Taos, NM
Pharmacy - Staff Pharmacist Today Greensboro, NC

Job Duties:

As a Pharmacist in our outpatient clinic, you will play a critical role in providing pharmaceutical care to patients spanning various age groups, from pediatrics to geriatrics, on a daily basis. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Medication Review: Screen patients' health records to ensure the appropriateness of medication orders or refills, verifying the accuracy of prescriptions, and ensuring clear directions for use.
  • Counseling: Provide patient counseling to ensure safe and effective medication usage.
  • ScriptPro and Pyxis Support: Refill ScriptPro and Pyxis machines as needed to assist pharmacy technicians.


  • Monday to Friday
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • 30-minute lunch break


  • Active and unrestricted Pharmacist license from any of the United States, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a Territory of the United States.
  • A minimum of 3 years of pharmacy service experience.
  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification. Preferred but not required: Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and/or Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS). The contractor may need to attend and provide services for Code Blue situations.
  • Access to a car while on assignment for travel purposes.

If you are a dedicated and experienced Pharmacist who meets these qualifications and is available for a 13+ week contract assignment, we encourage you to apply. Join our team and make a meaningful impact on patient care in the Taos, NM area.

To apply, please submit your resume and three references to [email protected].