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Pharmacy Manager - #3020 - Cornwall, ON | CareerAIM

Pharmacy Manager - #3020 - Cornwall, ON
Date Posted
Saturday, January 06, 2018
Ontario, ON
Retail - Department Store

The Pharmacy Manager is responsible for all day-to-day activities affecting the people, operations and merchandise in Division 10. The Pharmacy Manager must also see that the Pharmacy operates according to Wal-Mart policy, professional standards, provincial and federal regulations.

Position Responsibilities

• Administer, support and represent the core corporate values of Respect for the Individual, Service to our Customer and Striving for Excellence. • Maintain patient confidentiality and follow all practices consistent with the Privacy Act. • Various personnel duties including interviewing, scheduling using Customer Service Scheduling (CSS), evaluations, training and coaching. • Establish and develop a strong working relationship with Division 1 Management and Professional Services District Manager. • Participation in weekly Store Management meetings. • Manage and control the P&L, claims, shrink and inventory. • Work closely with OTC Manager to increase OTC sales and ensure Wal-Mart merchandising standards are maintained. • Manage workflow in the dispensary. • Accept prescriptions or refill requests from Customers, Doctors or Hospitals. • Ensure all prescriptions are filled accurately, efficiently and safely. • Maintain file integrity (i.e. patient files and narcotics register). • Disposal of medications in a manner consistent with legal and professional obligations. • Advise on the administration, usage and effects of the medication. • Maintain medication profiles of customers. • Ensure proper storage of pharmaceutical products. • Generate and interpret weekly and monthly reports from the Pharmacy dispensing system. • Review records and reports to determine compliance with Company operational expectations. • Operate Pharmacy computer, register equipment and other assigned tools. • Protecting company assets.

Canada Walmart Division



• Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy. • Licensed by the relevant Provincial College of Pharmacists. • 1-2 years of prior experience in a Retail Pharmacy. • In-depth knowledge of various prescription and OTC medications. • Ability to work under minimal supervision. • Solid written and verbal communication skills. • Strong leadership, organizational and problem-solving skills. • Substantial attention-to-detail. • Creativity in merchandising in order to increase sales and profitability. • Considerable amount of initiative is required to organize time and meet deadlines without explicit instruction. Prioritization and flexibility are necessary. • Takes responsibility for decisions made and actions taken. • Ability to work 40 hours a week including days, evening and weekends on a rotating schedule.

Licensing & Other Qualifications

Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations • Completion of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy. • Licensed by the relevant Provincial College of Pharmacists.