Registered Pharmacist Part Time Or Prn

Main Drug Union Springs , AL 36089

Posted 2 weeks ago

Independent retail pharmacy needs a part time pharmacist or pharmacist interested in relief work. We offer a great work environment with multiple trained pharmacy technicians that handle all aspects of the filling process, allowing the pharmacist to primarily be utilized for verification and other primary pharmacist skill sets.


This position requires extreme dependability, attention to detail, personal skills, retail pharmacy experience ideally (but not mandatory), and of course an Alabama pharmacist license in good standing.


This position offers a nice opportunity for a pharmacist, living in the Montgomery, Auburn, or Troy Alabama area, to pickup well paid pharmacy work in a family friendly well run retail pharmacy, without committing to excessive work schedules.

For relief pharmacists dates will be offered to the pharmacist, a minimum of 30 days prior, for their choice to work them or not work them. This work can be done as an employee or independent contractor depending on the candidate's preference.

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Registered Pharmacist Part Time Or Prn

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