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Company: Adecco
Location: Cumberland, RI
Career Level: Director
Industries: Recruitment Agency, Staffing, Job Board


Adecco is currently assisting a National Pharmaceutical client, recruiting for a Pharmacist – Recall Execution in Cumberland, RI. This role is 100% Onsite. The Pay is $67.16/Hour. The schedule is M-F 8:30am-5pm dependent on recall status; flexible if no recalls that day they can leave early. not 40 hours a week. Apply Now!

Pharmacist duties are:

The Return Goods team requires an individual to review and execute recalls for Retail, Omnicare & Target pharmacies. Some key responsibilities are:

  • Take over recall execution responsibilities for Retail, Omnicare, and Target. This function was handled by an Executive Advisor on the Trade team who has now moved to the newly created Brand Contracting team. Due to the department reorganization, the recall execution can no longer reside with the Brand Contracting organization so the responsibilities will need to move over to the Return Goods team to eliminate conflict of interest.
  • Provide clinical knowledge and pharmacy knowledge. The Rx Returns team needs clinical expertise to explain to suppliers why certain situations are happening in our pharmacies. This is needed as part of the Rx Returns team to provide insight to our pharmaceutical suppliers.
  • Work with Specialty Trade to assist with Specialty contracting. With the growth in the specialty segment, additional resources are needed to assist with contract reviews and clinical expertise related to return goods.
    Recall execution:
  • Review and approve federal recalls for Retail, Omnicare, and Target pharmacies.
  • Interpret Food and Drug Association (FDA) guidance on recalls. Work with Legal to assist with interpretation as necessary.
  • Interacting with Retail & Long-Term Care Operations, Legal, the larger Returns team, and other departments pertaining to recall execution; 40%
  • Clinical discussions as part of return goods to provide real world knowledge on pharmacy dispensing and inventory habits directly with the team and pharmaceutical suppliers
    Specialty Oversight:
  • Approve return goods language in specialty contracts. Work with Specialty Trade Directors and Senior Directors to refine contracts as necessary.
  • Negotiate terms of contracts with Specialty companies and internal Trade partners
  • Candidates must meet the following requirements to be considered:

  • Pharm D in Pharmacy
  • License in Rhode Island as a Pharmacist

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