HIRING Pharmacist!


San Juan Health is seeking a full-time outpatient pharmacy manager to oversee the retail pharmacy in Spanish Valley Clinic. The pharmacist will oversee all operations of the Spanish Valley Clinic Pharmacy as well as provide pharmaceutical consultation for on-site providers and patients, screen prescriptions and provide orders for accuracy, and direct the procurement, storage, and control of pharmacy drugs. 

The new pharmacist must be self-motivated, be detail-oriented, be proficient in all forms of communication, and be someone that posses excellent customer service and leadership skills.

Minimum Requirements

  • B.S. or PharmD from accredited School of Pharmacy.
  • Active Utah pharmacy license in good standing.
  • Preferred 3+ years of pharmacist experience.
  • 340B Program experience.
  • Supervisory/management experience.
  • Understanding of and strict adherence to HIPAA.


San Juan Health offers its employees and their families a comprehensive benefits package intended to provide financial protection against catastrophic illness and injury, as well as opportunities to accumulate assets for retirement. For retirement benefits, San Juan Health currently contributes an amount equal to 10% of your gross wages into a traditional 401A retirement account. Employees can also contribute to a 457 account if they choose. San Juan Health also provides seven paid holidays annually, and employees accumulate paid time off (PTO) as they work.

We believe in rural America. The communities of Monticello and Blanding are nestled at the base of the majestic Blue Mountains and the community of Spanish Valley is just outside of Moab with the majestic La Sal Mountains overlooking this growing locale. These small town communities are great places to raise families and find recreational adventure such as hiking, biking, camping, ATV riding, fishing, hunting, and golfing to name a few. Outdoor enthusiast? There are many parks to explore such as: Canyonlands, Needles, Arches, Mesa Verde, Hovenweep, Lake Powell, Bears Ears, and more…


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