Pharmacists deal with medications. They follow the doctors' requests to provide, refill or deny any kind of medication. They also take an informative role, meaning, they provide elemental information to patients in regard to the medicine(s) that are being dispensed. They promote correct medicine consumption and warn people about any side-effects. They must, of course, wear gloves and masks to handle medications. They usually work 40 hours a week and some, if needed, may work over time.

Future pharmacists need to get a Pharm.D. degree. Pharmacists have to deal with different tasks at the same time, so they must be really careful while they're handling medications. They also deal with customer complaints. A pharmacist can earn between $51,000 and $120,000. A pharmacist resume must be well-redacted, meaning; it must include important facts such as your previous experience as a pharmacist and your education studies.

Denise Yoder
27 Brighton Terrace
St. Louis, MO 63109
(218) 555 - 7236

A challenging and rewarding position as a pharmacist.


Supervised four registered pharmacists.
Filled prescriptions during busy shifts.
Monitored & reordered supplies.
Provided information to customers.


Hills Drugs, St. Louis, MO
Pharmacist, 2001 - Present
Filled customer prescription orders.
Contacted physicians to confirm prescription details.
Handled customer inquiries.
Managed team of four pharmacists.

Wallgreens Drugs, St. Louis, MO
Assistant Pharmacist, 1997 - 2001
Handled all inventory responsibilities.
Contacted physicians to confirm prescriptions.


Washington University, St. Louis, MO
M.S., Pharmacology, June 1997


Available upon request.

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More Pharmacist Resume Samples

A pharmacist resume can be redacted in different styles. You can use short yet precise sentences that are easy to understand to the point that you don't have to add a lot of details. But if you consider that you've done a lot of duties that are worth mentioning, you can follow the previous resume style.

Jessica Allen

234 Auhaele
Mililani, Hawaii 96789
Home: (897) 4552 267

To work as a pharmacist in a hospital.

  • Organized, very attentive.
  • Verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to quickly perform various tasks.
  • Strong pharmacology background.
  • Advanced Spanish level.

- 2005 to 2010 Pharmacist Wellbody Pharmacy, HI.
Did a conscientious inventory, made sure that pills that had a similar shape were put into their respective bottles, mixed medicaments as it was indicated by the doctor, realized the respective consultations, verified that the medicaments were always in a optimal condition-that included the verification of expired and about-to-expire medicines, and made the needed arrangements to take out medicaments that cannot be sold anymore (compliance with FDA regulations.)

- 2004 to 2008 Assistant Pharmacy Wellbody Pharmacy, HI.
Assisted in the dispensing of medications to patients, verified that the medicaments were correctly dispensed, did a few consultations with doctors, attended customers' questions and complaints.


- University of Hawaii- West Oahu, Pearl City, Hawaii.
Pharma. D. degree, 2004.

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