Possess strong commitment to team environment dynamics with the ability to contribute expertise and follow leadership directives at appropriate times
- Birmingham Alabama
- (239) 770-8970
As a member of Samford University's class of 2016 Doctor of Pharmacy
program I am eager to find a job in Nuclear Pharmacy. I have worked 384
practical hours and completed 200 classroom hours towards my Authorize
User. I bring to the table 9 years of business experience with a focus on
inventory, delivery and personnel management. I look forward to using
those skills as well as those learned during my externship's to be an
efficient, effective and safe member of a nuclear pharmacy team.
I never had a year where I did not increase the net income when compared to the year before. I did this by;
Hiring and motivating a great team of bartenders, setting expenses to be within budget, and adjusting costs of products to be both profitable and competitive.
Balancing loss prevention, bar safety and security with customer satisfaction and enjoyment.
Managing various vendor and entertainment accounts, managing a last in last out inventory of perishable goods, and keeping all equipment in good, safe and working order.
Keeping daily operations in line with regulations for various government agencies such as the OSHA, the board of health and ATF.
I kept a warehouse well organized and efficient as well as maintaining several "mini" warehouses at clients sites. To do this I had to;
Keep a well organized warehouse using last in first out inventory.
Communicate changing in inventory numbers from changing suppliers to other employees
Hire, train and set pay within budget for several part time workers
Deliver products to clients and organize deliveries by others to clients
I also assisted other departments when they're were personnel shortages
A comprehensive degree with that gives experience, knowledge and expertise in the field of pharmacy preparing me to be a life long learner eager to advance the field of pharmacy.
A good base of scientific understanding with a focus on understanding how a situation got to the point it is currently at through psychological, physical, chemical and biological reconstruction
384 Practical hours
Completed Online 200 hour classroom course from University of New Mexico
Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment is a test to rank students in percentile against other students of their class's year across the country.
I scored noticeably higher than most in my class year (2016)
Below are the 4 categories and my results
Basic Social/Behavioral/Administrative Pharmacy Sciences 97th Percentile
Pharmaceutical Sciences 90th percentile
Bio-medical Sciences 80th Percentile
Clinical Sciences 71th percentile
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