Job title :
ROYAL INLAND HOSPITAL
We are seeking casual Pharmacists to join our Royal Inland Hospital Pharmacy Team in sunny and beautiful Kamloops, B.C.; someone who wishes to work at the leading edge of healthcare and advance their career.
As a staff Pharmacist you will provide distribution pharmacy services by performing duties such as:
- Interpreting medication orders/prescriptions, assessing prescriptions for therapeutic suitability and ensuring that medications are efficiently and accurately dispensed and/or compounded, labeled and that dispensing records are complete.
- Communicate with physicians, patients, and/or other health care team members for prescription clarification and problem resolution.
- Provide instructions on proper use/administration, storage and/or disposal, and possible side effects of prescribed and self-selected medications.
- Participate in the collection of data for medication use evaluation projects; implementation of dispensary based medication safety initiatives, and quality control activities.
- Contributes to internal publications and participates in clinical drug trials in accordance with established standards and procedures.
Join our team as we build clinical pharmacy practice across Interior Health through innovation, progression, and dedication!
At Interior Health we provide room-to-grow and the opportunity to make a significant, personal contribution to the lives of others. If you seek the peace and tranquility of rural living or an attractive urban lifestyle, you’ll find it within the beautiful, natural setting of the interior of British Columbia!
Shift times are from 08:00 to 16:00, 09:00 to 17:00 hours. This is a casual opportunity so hours are not guaranteed but will fall between 0 and 37.5 hours per week.
Come and join us! Our focus is on giving people room to grow, to make an impact in the lives of others.
Education, Training and Experience:
- Current registration as a Pharmacist with the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia
- Active membership in the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists is encouraged.