If you’re experienced as an oncology pharmacist, have flexibility in your work schedule, live in or near Torrance, California, and wish to earn $75.00, check out this position for an oncology pharmacist at an in-patient setting in a Torrance hospital.
In this position, you’ll verify that written prescriptions or requests for prescription refills are complete and accurate.
You also will create and maintain patient profiles, which will include a list of medications taken by individual patients. You’ll ensure the proper storage and security of drugs.
In addition, you’ll answer phones and respond to requests and questions.
You’ll be charged with prepacking bulk medicines, filling bottles with prescribed medicines and typing and affixing labels.
You’ll also mix pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions.
You must have a least one year of recent experience in a hospital pharmacy as an oncology pharmacist. A residency, or board certification is preferred, but you also must have a clean, open and active license as a pharmacist in California. You’ll have to pass a background check, drug screen and meet client health screening criteria.
You must be able to work within a rotating schedule. In addition, you should be able to work beyond the set ending time of this assignment or understand that it could end before its set end time, depending on the client’s need.
Torrance is located about 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles, in the southwest corner of Los Angeles County. Downtown Torrance is just about five miles east of the coast.
Torrance is known as one of the safest cities in all of LA County. It has 90,000 trees lining its streets and offers its 145,000 residents (according to the 2010 U.S. Census) more than 30 parks in which to enjoy the outdoors.
You can thank – or blame – Torrance for the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO); the soccer association got its start in Torrance.
Renowned landscape Frederick Law Olmstead, Jr. (the son of Frederick Law Olmstead, Sr., the designer of New York City’s Central Park), designed the new, planned community in the early 1900s. Torrance was officially founded in 1912 and incorporated nine years later.
Famed Southern California architect Irving Gill also designed several of Torrance’s first civic buildings, several of which are still used today.
Torrance went through its own boom times after World War II, when aerospace companies moved here, making the city something of a hub for Southern California’s aerospace industry.
Like most cities near Los Angeles, Torrance is close to several Southland attractions, including Disneyland, Hollywood, Universal Studios, the Santa Monica Pier, Venice, San Diego, Palm Springs, and more.
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