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Pharmacy Projects Student

  • Full Time
  • D3J

Create Compounding Pharmacy



Pharmacy Projects Student

JOB TITLE: Pharmacy Projects Student


TERMS: 10 hours weekly remotely (16 week term with a possibility of renewal)  |  START DATE: June 24th, 2024

SALARY/RATE: $25/hour

ABOUT US: At Create, we are on a mission to be Canada’s leading compounding pharmacy. Our goal is to create wellness through medication personalization at pricing that is affordable for all Canadians. We are an industry leader in our offerings and have a proven track record of helping clients through personalized medication.

ABOUT THE ROLE: As a Pharmacy Projects Student, you will work closely with the Quality Director & Pharmacist to assist with pharmacy projects relating to quality assurance and improvement, policies and procedures, workflow efficiencies, operations, communications  and administrative related items.


RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Lead projects related to Workhub (compliance software) including organizing a system to account for staff member certificates and company equipment/assets, consolidation and distribution of matrix reports for company policy and procedure compliance, and spearheading the Workhub Rewards Program.
  • Help with the organization and revision of policies and procedures relating to compounds as per the NAPRA guidelines (non-sterile, non-sterile hazardous and hazardous sterile) and other pharmacy departments including the call centre, lab, logistics and other overall company protocols with implementation onto Workhub (compliance software).
  • Assist with pharmacy workflow and communication projects including Google Workspace and Google Shared Drive.
  • Assist with content (video and infographic-type) creation and editing for both internal use (company) and external pharmacy education and training.
  • Assist with any other pharmacy related projects that may be assigned throughout the weeks.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Enrolled as a Pharmacy student in a University of Pharmacy program in Canada.
  • A Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
  • Strong sense of professionalism and problem-solving skills.
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.
  • Computer system with reliable internet connection, a video camera, microphone & speakers for virtual calls and training.
  • Working knowledge of Google Applications (Drive, Document, Sheets) is an asset.
  • Working experience with the Kroll Pharmacy dispensing software is an asset.
  • Ability to work the following days & time shifts: Monday – 2.5 hours, Wednesday – 2.5 hours, ability to have a 1 hour meeting during work hours on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) and a 3-hour shift of your choosing.


If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by Sunday, June 2nd, 2024 to Dalton Lam at [email protected].


Only those candidates shortlisted will be contacted. Thank you.


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