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COVID-19: Important Updates

by pharmacy on April 8, 2020

During this time, we need pharmacy professionals like you to join the effort of supporting our communities.

We have been in constant communication with healthcare facilities across the country in order to respond to COVID-19. We are taking every necessary step and precaution for the well-being of our employees on assignment. 

Our healthcare partners are now offering crisis pay for crisis response positions for the following positions:

  • Crisis Pharmacist
  • Crisis Pharmacy Technician
  • Retail Pharmacist
  • Hospital Pharmacist 
  • Per Diem Pharmacy Jobs
  • Remote Pharmacy Jobs

If you are interested in helping with the fight against COVID-19, please visit our crisis response jobs page through the button below.

COVID-19 Jobs

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Tips for Your First Day in a New Pharmacy Job

by pharmacy on March 10, 2020

new pharmacy job tipsYou’ve completed your certifications, aced the interview, and landed your first job in a pharmacy. Congratulations! This is an exciting time as you start your new career, but it can also be a little nerve-wracking, as well. You’ll want to make a great first impression, but there is no need to stress yourself out about it. Just follow these tips for your first day at your new pharmacy job and you’ll feel right at home in no time at all! [click to continue…]

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Why Are Doctor’s Handwriting So Bad?

by pharmacy on November 27, 2019

One of the biggest fears of any pharmacist is filling a prescription improperly. Getting the wrong medication, the wrong dosage, or the wrong
frequency could all potentially be life threatening mistakes. The margin for error in the field of pharmaceuticals is quite small. Between drug allergies, drug interactions, and dispensing medications that are harmful to a customer’s health, there are a number of ways filling a prescription can go horribly wrong if the pharmacist has trouble reading the physician’s handwriting. [click to continue…]

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5 Traits Every Pharmacy Manager Should Have

by pharmacy on September 26, 2019

Pharmacy Manager

Advancing to become a pharmacy manager is a goal that many new pharmacists set when starting down their career path. Some find their way to the top quickly, while others never seem to be able to reach the position they so desire. What is it that makes a good pharmacy manager? What skills should you demonstrate to help you on your way to the promotion you want? While that answer is just a little different in every company, here are five traits every pharmacy manager should have. [click to continue…]

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Pharmacy Job Search – Getting Started

by pharmacy on November 28, 2018

pharmacy job searchWhen you’re just starting out as a pharmacist, getting ready for your first job search can seem a daunting task. There is so much to think about as you move toward the beginning of your career. You want to get off on the right foot and make the best choices to gain experience, so you’ll want to prepare carefully. These tips can help you find and land a great job, right from the beginning of your first pharmacy job search. [click to continue…]

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Locum Tenens: Balancing Parenting and Travel

by pharmacy on November 7, 2018

locum tenens familyModern life is busy. There are so many demands on a working parent’s time that sometimes it seems as if there is no time to take a breath. Locum tenens pharmacists have an even harder time finding a balance between work and home. But like parents in other professions that require travel, it’s a matter of scheduling work around home and not the other way around. [click to continue…]

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