Executive Pharmacist-PT-Jeffersontown, KY

Company Name:
Target Corporation
Executive Pharmacist-PT-Jeffersontown, KY Job
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Date: Jan 27, 2014
Location: Louisville, KY, US
Executive Pharmacist-PT-Jeffersontown, KY(Job Number: PHA0006VY)
Similar Industry Titles and Key Words: Staff Pharmacist, Pharmacist
About This Opportunity
Improving health care for our guests is a priority for us. Find great opportunities to serve Target guests with professional care, and help drive Target Pharmacy to be a successful part of the Target store experience.
Drive profitable pharmacy sales by ensuring a fast, accurate, and genuine interaction with every guest.
Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As an Executive Pharmacist, you'll take the lead as you...
- Become a trusted health care resource to Target guests by compounding and dispensing medication accurately and providing patient counseling; including clinical pharmacy services
- Champion sales and the guest experience by supervising the day-to-day operations of the Pharmacy team
- Execute common store process and implement new company initiatives
- Uphold service standards for counseling, dispensing, pricing, licensing, managing inventory and record keeping
- Satisfy all Pharmacist-in-Charge requirements
- Ensure all work processes are performed efficiently and effectively at each work station by performing quality assurance steps and providing coaching, training and honest feedback to team members
- BS in Pharmacy or PharmD
- Active pharmacy license in state(s) of practice with all held licenses in good standing
- Strong commitment to guest service and willing to provide clinical services, such as immunizations and health screenings
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
- Flexible work schedule
Primary Location: United States-Kentucky-Louisville
Nearest Major Market: Louisville
Job Segments: Pharmacy, Part Time, QA, Quality Assurance, Healthcare, Quality, Technology

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