Employers are always looking for something “new” in a resume – even if the resume is that of a fresh graduate pharmacist.
The same old formats and content just do not do anything for a candidate.
Companies like hiring people who can think out of the box, and there is no better way for them to know that someone can do this but through a well-constructed resume.
Let’s face it – your resume will enter a company’s database along with many others, and there is nothing to tell it apart from the others – except maybe how you format it.
So if the first impression kicks in, you have yourself a deal! How is that for a first time homerun?
The something a little extra in your pharmacist’s resume will come from your ability to design it that way. It can be something as simple as the opening of the resume or your competencies that catches the eye. Or even how you display your name.
Want to see how a resume for a fresh graduate should be constructed? Take a look!
See also: New Graduate Pharmacist Cover Letter
Fresh Graduate Pharmacist Resume Sample
3746 Blunt Street, Clay Center, KS 28374
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Confident and knowledgeable Pharmacist with deep knowledge of medication therapy and drug distribution operations. Familiar with providing advice on dosage and appropriate forms of medication.
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Demonstrated know-how of checking prescriptions to ensure accuracy and authenticity.
• Extensive insight into medicine storage directives, with a strong focus on keeping them secure and in the appropriate storage environments.
• Committed to providing the best in customer services by answering patients’ questions and assisting them in understanding alternative medicine options.
• Adept at preparing and quality-checking sterile medication and setting up clinical trials.
Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacology
Kansas State University, Clay Center, KS – 2019
Scripps Health Corp, Clay Center, KS 6/2019-10/2019
• Assist pharmacists in taking and processing orders for filling prescriptions
• Check and understand prescriptions and ensure that there are no errors in them
• Provide limited advice on dosage and administration of the prescribed medication
• Answer patients’ questions regarding medications and possible side effects
• Ensure that correct mixes of medicines are prepared according to prescriptions
• Make sure that medicines are stored in appropriate temperatures and in proper areas
• Take telephone calls and respond to questions regarding the availability of medicines
• Medicine dispensing
• OTC knowhow
• Stock control
• Patient education
• Ingredients mixing
• Brands and generics
• Drug applications