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The following is a sample job description for a Pharmacist to reference when building your resume. Assess the qualifications and requirements listed to get an understanding of what you need to include on your resume for what employers expect in this field.
Pharmacists are the frontline workers in healthcare and play an important role in helping patients maintain their health. Pharmacists dispense medications, create medication regimens, educate patients about their medications, and help ensure that all medications are properly documented. Pharmacists also provide advice on how to manage medications so that patients can take them safely. They work in a variety of settings, including retail pharmacies, community pharmacies, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities.
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- Maintaining inventories, dispensing prescriptions, and providing information about prescription medications
- Providing counseling on the use of over-the-counter drugs and dietary supplements
- Educating patients on the proper use, risks, and side effects of medications
- Helping patients choose the appropriate medication
- Ordering prescriptions from physicians
- Conducting research on new drugs or examining the results of clinical trials
- Developing drug information materials for patients or health care providers
- Maintaining patient records and preparing reports pertaining to the use of medications
- Compounding sterile solutions or other preparations requiring aseptic technique using chemicals, equipment, and supplies in accordance with standard practices and procedures
- Performing pharmaceutical services related to controlled substances, including monitoring the distribution of controlled substances into the community; maintaining records; maintaining inventories; and explaining the laws governing controlled substances to patients or clients
- A Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from an accredited college or university.
- A state license to practice pharmacy in the state where you plan to work.
- A professional registration in the state where you plan to work.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
- Strong problem-solving skills and a knack for critical thinking.
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.