PharmacyThisWeek: Want to look pompous? Use BIG Words! 1000+ Jobs!!

June 30, 2014

Welcome to PharmacyThisWeek!

At the commencement of this periodical, I wish to articulate that the optimum means of disseminating critical data related to your vocational expertise is, inarguably, not through the utilization of

Big
Stupid
Overkill
Words.

In fact, when you go out of your way to stuff your resume, cover letter or LinkedIn profile with a whole bunch of words that no one actually USES in real life, you don’t just look pompous (you do look pompous, by the way. You do)

You also shoot yourself squarely in the foot.

Pow.

You shoot yourself in the foot because one of the primary goals in marketing yourself to potential employers is to make it super easy for them to relate to you. And the easiest way to make people relate to you is to roll up your sleeves and act sort of like them.

Speak their language.

Be human.

And guess what?

Most of us humans don’t, in the course of any given day, use words like “nascent,” or “mollify” or “expedient.”

Most of us humans are lucky to get out the door each morning without forgetting our laptops, our coffee, our kids … or our deodorant.

We sure as heck aren’t thinking about how many giantly stupid overkill words we can embed cram into our days.

And so before you run like heck over to the thesaurus, consider this:

The people reviewing your resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles?

They are people.

Much like you, they eat chicken wings, use swear words, fret about bad hair days, vote on American Idol, and sweat more than they ought to when they forget to wear deodorant.

And more than likely?

They’re going to appreciate that, WHEN they hire you …?

You’re going to be much the same.

Forget a lot of what your high school guidance counselor taught you about resumes and business writing.

When crafting your brand message for a future employer:

Lose the pompous words.


If you didn’t catch the recent issue on exposing some of the myths of professional resume writers please take the time to read it. It’s full of valuable information you can immediately use! Professional Resume Writers EXPOSED!


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Before we turn to the new jobs please take a look at the following interactive guides for pharmacy technicians. This is from a new advertiser and in the very cool iBook format. These books were written by Dottie Dunaway, CPhT, Dottie works for Humana. The publisher has asked me to get any feedback I can so if anyone has an opinion or a comment please let me know, thanks!!

Math Review, Law Review & Top 200 Drug Guide For The Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam


We’re still averaging way over 100 new jobs each week. You can see them all here and check out these interesting ones!!

Pharmacist

U.S. Department Of Veterans Affairs – 90+ Pharmacist & Technician openings Nationwide!! (Our Vet’s need our help! Who do you know you can refer?)

Mgr, Pharmacy Operations (600+ beds), Phoenix Childrens Hospital, Phoenix, AZ

DOP (194-bed), Jennie Stuart Medical Center, Hopkinsville, KY CPS (Located 1 hr N of Nashville)

DOP (99-bed), Western Plaines Medical Complex, Dodge City, KS CPS (2 hrs W of Wichita)

Pharmacy Mgr (130-bed, Opening Fall 2014!), Guam Regional Medical City, Guam South Pacific

Ambulatory Oncology Pharmacy Manager, Metroplex Hospital, Killeen, TX (1.5 hrs N of Austin)

Mgr Of Pharmacy Clinical Svcs, Overlake Hospital Med Ctr, Bellevue, WA (Seattle suburb, NICU/Pediatric exp preferred)

PIC, Prime Therapeutics, Orlando, FL

DOP, California Field Position, Sacramento & Marysville, CA Cardinal Health

Pharmacist III (Lead Pharmacist) 7 On / 7 Off 4p-3a, Cedar Hill, Marlborough, MA Cardinal Health

Providence Health & Services – 10 New Pharmacist positions in Oregon! 30+ Pharmacist & Tech openings in AK, CA, MT, OR & WA!!

Director, State Pharmacy, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Columbia, SC

CompleteRx Company Profile – 30+ Pharmacist & Technician openings Nationwide!!

Hem/Onc Staff Pharmacist & Staff Pharmacist, Community Memorial Hospital & Froedtert Hospital, Southeast WI cities

DOP, Monroe, MI Pharmacy Systems, Inc. (Between Detroit & Toledo)

DOP (44-bed), Orthopaedic Surgical Hospital, Indianapolis, IN Pharmacy Systems, Inc.

Pharmacy Mgr I, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray & Salt Lake City, UT

DOP (289-beds), Primary Children’s Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT (Pediatric teaching hospital)

Pharmacist (Infusion & Retail), Geneva Woods Health Services, Anchorage, AK

Technician

Pharmacy Tech I (Inpatient), Froedtert Hospital Hospital, Milwaukee, WI

Pharmacy Tech II (Day shift), St Joseph Med Ctr, Houston, TX Cardinal Health

Pharmacy Technician II, Specialty Hospital, Meridian, MS Cardinal Health

Pharmacy Technician, Multiple Functions, Prime Therapeutics, Irving, TX

Clinical Review Technician, Medicare D, Prime Therapeutics, Edina, MN

Inpatient Pharmacy Technician (OR/Anesthesia), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, West Palm Beach, FL

Quality Control Coordinator (3:30 P.M. – Midnight), Central Admixture Pharmacy Services, Inc. (CAPS), San Diego, CA

IV Tech, Central Admixture Pharmacy Services, Inc.(CAPS), Dallas, TX

Pharmacy Tech II, Primary Childrens MC, Salt Lake City, UT IHC


We update the following employer’s openings each week so be sure and check out their latest available positions. Unless otherwise noted these employers have openings in multiple states so be sure and search on the state and/or job title you are most interested in. If you have any questions just let me know.

Aetna
Apexus
Central Admixture Pharmacy Services
Centura Health
Cleveland Clinic
CardinalHealth
CompleteRx
Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS)
Froedtert Health
Innovatix
Intermountain Healthcare (UT and SE ID)
PharmaCare Services
Pharmacy Systems, Inc.
Prime Therapeutics
Providence Health & Services
Sentara (SE VA and NE NC)
Target
Veterans Administration
VHA
Walmart

I hope everyone has a great and safe July 4th holiday, you can always reach me at my email or cell number below, thanks!

Kevin Mero
President
kevin@pharmacyweek.com
cell: 210 872-6160

 

 

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