Pharma Assistant jobs in Bharuch - Lifeline Foundation

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  • 2018-12-30

Job Description

Job Profile

1. Dispensing generic medicine to the customers.

2. Checking dosage, expiry, etc. correctly and with integrity.

3. Referring internet, reference books and consulting with Doctors about prescription

4. Helping Pharmacist to indent of stock to Baroda Office

5. Keeping check on receipt and non-receipt of stock

6. Proper storage of stock

7. Helping Pharmacist to keep record of expiry of stock.

8. Receiving and checking quantity and expiry date of stock from the distributor, if Pharmacist is not available.

9. Updating stock received in computer system in time

10. Invoicing of each and every sale.

11. Learn from Pharmacist about various aspects of Pharmacy

12. Reporting back to Pharmacist on a daily basis.

13. Assisting Pharmacist to audit physical stock once a month.

14. Reducing expiry and/or damage by 0.5% of monthly/yearly turnover

15. Responsible to increase sales and achieve & surpass target

16. Maintain cleanliness of the store. Dusting and cleaning are his responsibilities.

17. Taking care of repair & maintenance of anything, if required.

18. Assisting and carrying out duties as advised by Pharmacist in all aspects in day to day operations.

19. Meeting doctors

20. Marketing for the first 6 months

21. Assisting Area Manager in setting up newer pharmacies of the organization.

Key Skills

Industry

NGO / Social Services

Functional Area

Pharma / R&D / Biotech

Number of Vacancy

1

Qualification

Diploma


About Lifeline Foundation

All 3 associated organisations will work towards ensuring that no one should be allowed to die in the rural and urban India, in its industries, ports, mines or on highways, due to lack of timely medical aid and transportation. It will be our endeavour to develop and provide lifesaving medical aid and ensure that it is available to all sections of the society and to sensitise the common man to intervene when they see an accident or any medical emergency.

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