Lead Pharmacist Pharmacist In Charge resume example with 16 years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Talented and focused Pharmacy Supervisor used to tackling various tasks in high-volume environments. Adaptable to the ever-changing healthcare industry and dedicated to providing quality pharmaceutical expertise.

Detail-driven expert offering career spanning [Number] years as Pharmacy Supervisor. Highly collaborative individual with dynamic staff oversight skills. Proven history of effective management and streamlining processes for optimized productivity.

Resourceful Pharmacist with [Number] years of experience in reviewing prescriptions to process and dispense medications. Talented in coordinating with pharmacy staff to prioritize urgent requests while simultaneously driving accuracy, safety and confidentiality of patient information. Expert communicator when working closely with staff, numerous patients, administrators and healthcare professionals.

Driven professional with [Number]-year history of high-quality quality care to [Type] patients. Skilled in managing drug and medical inventories, advising and educating patients and staff development and training. Demonstrated success in devising strategies to enhance organizational performance and patient outcomes.

Responsive team leader with strong [Type] background combined with motivational and encouraging style. Talented trainer, problem-solver and planner takes on routine and complex job functions to promote business success. Well-organized and proactive retail professional with good communication skills and positive attitude.

Established Pharmacy Supervisor experienced in providing regular trainings to staff and promoting best practices. A competent team leader with proficiency in [Technology]. Proudly promoting a career that spans [Number] years.

  • Organization
  • Decision-making
  • Customer service
  • Analytical
  • Training & Development
  • Collaboration
  • Time management
  • Flexible
  • Work ethic
  • Team building
  • Communication
10/2008 to Current
Lead Pharmacist/Pharmacist in Charge Chi Health Bismarck, ND,
  • Oversaw and verified work of [Number] pharmacy staff to maintain optimum quality controls.
  • Achieved optimum staff performance through proactive management and monitoring of daily activities.
  • Educated staff on pharmacy-related issues and policy updates, including regulatory changes, drug recalls and investigational studies.
  • Maintained compliance with state and federal drug laws.
  • Effectively supervised staff of [Number] [Job title]s by using [Skill] and [Skill] and delivering in-depth training.

• Review prescriptions to assure accuracy, ascertain the needed ingredients, and to evaluate their suitability. Provide information and counseling regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and proper medication storage.

• Assists with pharmacy operations, including scheduling, interviewing, evaluating & reviewing performance, coaching & counseling, and direct/indirect supervision of 8 pharmacists and indirect seven technicians.

• Provides direction to other professional and non-professional staff within Pharmacy operations to ensure performance guarantees are met and prescription orders are processed accurately and efficiently.

• Reviews policies or operating guidelines to comply with changes to pharmacy standards or regulations and ensures all regulatory, Board of Pharmacy, and compliance requirements are followed.

• Identifies and implements process improvement projects resulting in better service metrics and customer satisfaction.

• Conduct periodic internal reviews or audits to ensure that compliance procedures are followed. Discuss emerging compliance issues with management or employees. Maintain documentation of compliance activities, such as complaints received or investigation outcomes.

• Identify quality problems or areas for improvement and recommend solutions. Monitor performance of quality control systems to ensure effectiveness and efficiency.

Identify critical points in the manufacturing process and specify sampling procedures to be used at these points

03/2007 to 01/2009
Clinical Pharmacist Symbria Providence, RI,

Responsibilities include but are not limited to order entry, IV to PO dosage conversions, pharmacokinetic dosing and monitoring, TPN admixtures, medication compounding, provided drug information and counseling upon patient discharge, medication reconciliation, and direct supervision of 4 technicians

10/2006 to 05/2007
Staff Pharmacist Peterson & Smith Equine Hospital Ocala, FL,

• Responsible for verifying all medications dispensed during an assigned shift, drug information requests, patient counseling, third-party claims resolution, and supervision of 3 pharmacy technicians.

05/2005 to 08/2006
Pharmacy Manager THRIF-T DRUGS City, STATE,

• Directed daily workflow, scheduling, interviewing/hiring, evaluating & reviewing performance, inventory ordering and management, coaching & counseling, and daily supervision of 4 technicians, one pharmacist, and1 cashier.

Education and Training
Expected in 05/2003
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD: Pharmacy
Expected in 05/1999
Bachelor of Science: Chemistry
Expected in 05/2010
Yellow Belt:
Lean Six Sigma - ,
  • Completed professional development in Lean Six Sigma

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School Attended

  • Lean Six Sigma

Job Titles Held:

  • Lead Pharmacist/Pharmacist in Charge
  • Clinical Pharmacist
  • Staff Pharmacist
  • Pharmacy Manager


  • Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Yellow Belt

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