Department: CMH PHARMACY
Schedule: Part Time Casual<32
Shift:
Hours: 1 shift 5p-9p/week & every other wknd (8 hrs)
Job Details:
  • Job Responsibilities:

    Clinical pharmacy interns are persons skilled in the practical and mechanical aspects of the profession of pharmacy and who are enrolled in an accredited school of pharmacy actively pursuing the PharmD degree. The clinical pharmacy intern position requires a high level of function in specific skills and knowledge. Increasing involvement of pharmacists with patient care activities has increased the need for trained and qualified pharmacy interns who are able to assume the more clinical roles in pharmacies. Clinical pharmacy interns assist pharmacists in providing pharmaceutical care to all patients consistent with the goals and objectives of the hospital and the pharmacy department. Clinical pharmacy interns work only under the direct supervision of a registered pharmacist.


    Job Requirements:

    • High School diploma or equivalent 
    • Active enrollment in an accredited college of pharmacy
    • No experience necessary/on-the-job training
    • Pharmacy Intern Registration (or ability to obtain registration)
    • Minimum typing speed: 30 wpm
    • Medical terminology
    • Various automation programs
    • Telephone communication
    • Basic PC skills

     

    To complete the application process for this position you must:

    Fill out a traditional application by clicking the "APPLY ONLINE" button at the bottom of this page.  Partial applications will not be considered. 

    Submit a video interview by clicking the link below or copying and pasting the link into your internet browser.

    You will have 1 week to complete both the application and the video interview.

     

    To begin your video interview, click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser:

     https://childrensmercy.hirevue.com/openvue/Ht2tjAiC8Z/

     

    Should we decide to consider you for a position a Recruiter will contact you to set up a face to face interview with the hiring managers.  If you are not being considered for a Pharmacy Technician position with the hospital, you will receive notification via e-mail and status updates on your CMH Profile.  Otherwise, we will retain your video for all future Pharmacy Technician positions with the hospital.

    Again, we appreciate your interest in Children's Mercy Hospital.

     

    Below are some tips to help you have a successful video interview:

    Tilt-Up. Raise your chair so the camera is looking up at you. There is a reason why you see the White House correspondents all standing on boxes and the camera looking up at them slightly. That camera angle tilted up at you gives you a look of authority.

    Show More Than Your Face. Let the camera see enough of the table in front of you that if you folded your hands and rested them on the table that your hands would still be in the frame but just barely.  This will have you close enough but not too close.  You don't want to lean into the web camera like you are talking in a web chat.

    Manage Your Environment. Make sure the lighting doesn't leave you with shadows on your face and make sure the background is not distracting.  We love that you went to college and you are a loyal alumnus, but that university flag in the background can take the attention off of you.

    Be Crisp, Clear and Deliberate in Your Answers. Chances are you are not the only candidate to be answering the exact same question and you will be evaluated alongside others.  The crisper and to the point you are, the better.

    Invite Company. Consider having someone else in the room with you. Whenever I do a TV interview when it is me with an earpiece, a fake background and staring at a red light, I want someone else in the room with me. Of course, I can't look at them but just having another human being in the room adds some adrenaline and ups my game. Consider the same for a video interview.

    Cover your live video on your computer screen.  This will help you from being distracted and looking at yourself during the interview.

    At times, the selected microphone does not pick up any sound due to the sensitivity being too low.  By going to the "Recording Devices" on your computer, and to the "Properties" of the default device, you can manually increase the sensitivity of the microphone by going to the "Levels" tab.  There, the microphone's sensitivity can be increased or decreased.

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