Pharmacist in Charge

 

*This position will be located at our Cape Coral, FL pharmacy*

Today, 1 in 3 Americans say they suffer from mental health problems like anxiety, depression, or insomnia. Despite this mental health epidemic, seeing a psychiatrist can take up to 3 months and cost as much as $500. 

Shocked? Us too. That's why we started Cerebral, a telemedicine-first mental health startup. We are breaking down the barriers to access to mental healthcare so that anybody can get the care and meds they need. We launched publicly in January 2020 and are growing at over 40% month-over-month. We need your help to keep growing at a dizzying pace. 

 

How you will contribute: 

  • Lead and grow pharmacy operations to successfully support a nationwide growth plan
  • Delight providers and patients with an exceptional pharmacy experience
  • Manage pharmacy operational metrics and staffing needs
  • Have an open communication and work closely with other stakeholders to ensure proper and timely delivery of projects
  • Take ownership of certain pharmacy OKRs and KPIs
  • Demonstrate a mix of intelligence, integrity, domain knowledge, verbal agility, and diplomacy which allows you to rapidly earn the trust of the organization
  • Have fun, make calculated-risks, and grow with the organization

 

The Role:

This role will be responsible for supporting the overall daily pharmacy operations and supervision of the pharmacy department including but not limited to operational and clinical services. Such services include, but not limited to supervising staff, purchasing, preparation and distribution of drugs; clinical oversight and interaction with medical staff; and oversight of appropriate / timely submission/reconciliation of drug claims, review and analysis of pharmacy law and regulations, maintenance of pharmacy and personal licenses 

 

Who are you? Great question. You love to provide exceptional customer service while building and optimizing operations. You're willing to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. You have a deep understanding of the pharmacy industry from retail to mail order and systems. Most importantly, you are driven by a desire to advance the patient experience in the healthcare space.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience in a supervisory role within a pharmacy environment 
  • Strong command of logistics, inventory management, and pharmacy management systems, and coaching staff members
  • Licensed pharmacist requires graduating from a college or school of pharmacy accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), such as a Doctor of Pharmacy Program (D.) program and passing the North American Pharmacist Licensure Exam, or NAPLEX
  • Must hold a current unrestricted pharmacist license in the state of Florida
  • To hold currently or willingness to obtain multiple state licenses within a set timeline 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Mail Order Pharmacy Supervision
  • Ability to navigate or familiarity with EMR systems
  • No personal or professional disciplinary action within the previous ten years
  • Experience in a fast paced or start-up environment 

 

Benefits:

  • Top-quality healthcare, dental, and vision plans
  • Monthly happy hours
  • 401K
  • Unlimited PTO policy

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