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Pediatric Pharmacist – new

Rx Relief Portland, OR

Job Requirements As a Pediatric Pharmacist you must have proven experience as a pharmacist in a pediatric/neonatal setting for more than one year… Jobs2Careers


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    Great company to work for if you want to supplement your income or have a flexible Pharmacist's schedule.

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    Current Employee - Pharmacist  in  Fresno, CA
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    Pros

    The scheduling and support staff are professional, friendly, and supportive. The assignments provide opportunities to help patients (consultation, medical device training, disease state management).

    Cons

    Generally:
    1. You are on your own for travel compensation (milage, hotel, meals). However, these expenses may be tax deductable (talk to your Enrolled Agent or CPA).
    2. You do not get paid for Continuing Education completed.
    3. There is no tuition reimbursement.
    4. You must purchase your own Pharmacist Liability Insurance.
    5. You must pay for your own insurance (health, dental, vision, life, disability)
    6. You most likely will not have a predictable schedule or job site.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Research and implement other income streams and use these resources to compensate pharmacists and technicians for expenses (milage, meals, lodging) and / or insurance and / or CE and tuition reimbursement. Build in ways to generate income that can be passed on as bonuses to pharmacists, technicians, office staff, and management. Keep a pulse on the industry (i.e. California Pharmacist Assiciation, FDA) and economy (i.e. Wall Street Journal) and notice trends, make the right moves (i.e. Barnes and Noble) not the wrong moves (i.e Borders).
    Evaluate return of investment of marketing strategies and study the competition to consider new options. Reduce operating expenses through recycling and renewable energy sources.

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