Since your focus is on helping the patients you serve, our mission is to help find you the best job available to meet your career goals. Not only do we find you a mail-order pharmacy job, but we also negotiate a competitive salary on your behalf and provide you with comprehensive benefits.
Mail-Order Pharmacist Jobs
Licensed pharmacists are typically in retail, federal, or hospital settings, but some pharmacists prefer to work in a mail-order setting. At RPh on the Go, we have a variety of mail-order pharmacist jobs that are constantly being updated and added, with locations across the country.
Mail-Order Pharmacist Job Descriptions
In a mail-order pharmacy office, your main responsibility is filling prescriptions via the mail, but other than that, many of your responsibilities are similar to a traditional pharmacist. Some of these day-to-day tasks include:
- Filling prescriptions via the mail
- Working with physicians to provide drug-therapy treatment
- Labeling, preparing and shipping medications
- Communicate with customers
- Practice under federal, state, and local pharmacy laws
Mail-Order Pharmacy Technician Jobs
As a mail-order pharmacy technician, you are important to the success of the facility you work. Without your assistance, patients may not receive their medications in the mail on time, and for that, RPh on the Go is extremely grateful.
Mail-Order Pharmacy Technician Job Description
When you work in a mail-order pharmacy as a pharmacy technician you can expect to have the following job responsibilities:
- Filling prescriptions
- Packaging and mailing medications daily
- Refilling medications
- Maintaining the inventory of medications and supplies
- Working with insurance companies
- Ensuring the accuracy of patient information
- Providing high-quality customer service to patients
Mail-Order Pharmacy Salary and Job Outlook
In an age of convenience, where people are comfortable with having their basic commodities shipped directly to their doorstep, mail-order pharmacies are becoming increasingly popular. Both mail-order pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can expect to make a similar salary to what they would make in an on-site role.
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Inpatient/Outpatient Pharmacist - Nome. AK
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Travel Pharmacist - Full-Time Contract - Nome, Alaska
Hospital Pharmacist - Travel - Nome, Alaska
Travel - Pharmacist - Hospital Setting - Nome, Alaska
An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
Inpatient/Outpatient Pharmacist - Nome. AK
RPh on the go is searching for a Travel Inpatient Staff Pharmacist to work in Nome, Alaska.
- order verification
- sterile compounding and verification
- clinic inspections
- work at different pharmacies throughout hospital
- ?Work is conducted in a standard clinical environment to include exposure to latex, biohazard or other harmful substances.
- Share responsibility for all clinical pharmacy services provided by the pharmacy, to include, but not limited to,
- Acute Care Pharmacy: order verification; monitor drug therapies and patient labs, sterile product compounding and oversight, provide drug information to nurses and physicians, counsel patients on their discharge medications, renal dose adjustments based on protocol
- Primary Care Pharmacy: provide drug information to nurses and physicians in the primary care center, proactive chart reviews, pharmacist refill authorization per protocol, anticoagulation services, adult and pediatric vaccinations
- Quyanna Care Center (Long Term Care): chart reviews, medication consultations, prescription preparations and medisets.
- Outpatient Pharmacy: prescription entry, fill and verification; patient counseling; adult and pediatric vaccinations
- Village Health Services: prescription entry, Pickpoint optimization and expiration, village clinic inspections, community health aide support.
- Share an equal responsibility for drug therapy outcomes by working closely with physicians on medication selection and usage
- Participate in the formulary review process, monitor drug usage and cost effectiveness, and adhere to current practice standards
- Share preceptor responsibility for pharmacy students, provide staff education, and serve on P&T and other committees when appropriate
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- active and clean pharmacist license in any state
- inpatient experience
2 year(s) Preferred or 1 year of post graduate residency working as a Pharmacist or pharmacist intern, preferably in a hospital setting
Moderate travel is required (between 25% and 50% of the time)
Apply today by submitting your resume to [email protected] or call 773-628-0099