Pharmacist at blood bank - Salary and Career

Pharmacist at blood bank - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They carry out specific actions for dispensing pharmaceutical products and services. They can produce these products and services on a masterful, industrial scale. They also carry out quality control actions for pharmaceutical products and services, managing the storage, distribution and transport of these products. They develop pharmaceutical products and services, can coordinate pharmaceutical assistance policies and act in the regulation and inspection of pharmaceutical establishments, products and services. They perform clinical, toxicological, physical-chemical, biological, microbiological and bromatological analyses. They may conduct research on the effects of drugs and other substances on organs, tissues and vital functions of humans and animals.

How much does an Pharmacist at blood bank earn

A Pharmacist at blood bank earns between $1.844 and $8.845 per month, with an average monthly salary of $3.772 and a median salary of $3.181 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 2.085 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Pharmacist at blood bank

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 3.772 45.263 943 19
1º Quartile 1.844 22.126 461 9
Median Salary 3.181 38.172 795 16
3º Quartile 6.746 80.946 1.686 35
Higher Salary 8.845 106.139 2.211 46

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals of biological sciences, health
      • medical professionals, health
        • pharmaceuticals

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Main workplaces

Pharmaceuticals they work in public or private institutions, in pharmacies and drug distribution networks, in the pharmaceutical and related products industries, in the food and cosmetics industries, among others. Most work with a formal contract, but can also work on their own or as an employer.

What does it take to work in the field of Pharmaceuticals

The exercise of the profession of Pharmaceuticals requires a degree in Pharmacy. Currently, the training is unique, replacing the two previous training courses: pharmacy and biochemistry.

Functions and activities of Pharmacist at blood bank

Pharmaceuticals must:

  • produce on an industrial and masterful scale pharmaceutical products;
  • provide pharmaceutical services;
  • dispensing pharmaceutical products and services;
  • perform analyzes (clinical, toxicological, physical-chemical, biological, microbiological and bromatological);
  • manage pharmaceutical establishments;
  • perform technical-scientific research;
  • perform analyzes (clinical, toxicological, physicochemical, biological, microbiological and bromatological);
  • produce in industrial and masterful scale pharmaceutical products;
  • perform analyzes (clinical, toxicological, physical-chemical, biological, microbiological and bromatological);
  • dispense pharmaceutical products and services;
  • manage storage, distribution and transport of pharmaceutical products;
  • acting in the regulation and inspection of pharmaceutical establishments, products and services;
  • act in the regulation and inspection of pharmaceutical establishments, products and services;
  • control quality of pharmaceutical products and services;
  • manage storage, distribution and transport of pharmaceuticals;
  • perform analysis (clinical, toxicological, physical-chemical, biological, microbiological and bromatological);
  • develop pharmaceutical products and services;
  • produce pharmaceutical products on an industrial and masterful scale;
  • coordinate pharmaceutical assistance policy;
  • demonstrate personal skills;

  • Activities

    • perform small dressings;
    • implement pharmaceutical service policy;
    • indicate food, cosmetics and health products;
    • implement drug surveillance actions;
    • issuing inspection rules;
    • elaborate projects;
    • demonstrate credibility;
    • check biochemical parameters;
    • cultivate microorganisms;
    • demonstrate analytical technical ability;
    • acquire raw materials, materials and equipment;
    • validate method of analysis;
    • study research feasibility;
    • develop production methods and procedures;
    • demonstrate organizational skills;
    • supervise the production process;
    • specify storage conditions;
    • determine industrial production procedures;
    • develop medication lists;
    • diagnose areas of interest;
    • monitor processes;
    • determine handling procedures;
    • participate in the elaboration of the pharmaceutical service policy;
    • pack products;
    • participate in the elaboration of treatment protocols;
    • participate in health promotion and disease prevention actions;
    • guidance in compliance with the rules;
    • issue report of analysis results;
    • provide technical information for product registration;
    • schedule industrial production;
    • define distribution logistics;
    • develop analytical and bioanalytical method;
    • produce inputs and raw materials;
    • plan pharmaceutical assistance actions;
    • prepare reagents, equipment and glassware;
    • perform pharmaceutical consultation;
    • participate in the preparation of medication use protocol;
    • perform pharmacotherapeutic follow-up;
    • evaluate prescription;
    • define quality indicators;
    • handle food and cosmetics;
    • provide advice and consultancy;
    • establish product expiration date;
    • demonstrate empathy;
    • perform acupuncture services;
    • check official balances of controlled products;
    • coordinate pharmaceutical assistance actions;
    • perform home visits;
    • manage human, financial and material resources;
    • provide inhalation therapy services;
    • work as a team;
    • develop standard formula;
    • prove product origin;
    • capture resources;
    • perform phytotherapy services;
    • issue a report of analysis results;
    • apply injectables;
    • participate in clinical research;
    • participate in the licensing of pharmaceutical establishments;
    • define technical specifications of raw material, packaging, materials, equipment and facilities;
    • demonstrate ability to pay attention to detail;
    • correct procedures;
    • register data in medical records;
    • show leadership ability;
    • issuing a report of analysis results;
    • participate in the investigation of complaints;
    • disseminate pharmaceutical products and services;
    • suggest process change;
    • prepare samples;
    • identify adverse reactions and drug interactions;
    • perform post-marketing surveillance on pharmaceutical products;
    • overcoming adverse situations;
    • manipulate medicines;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • schedule masterful process;
    • demonstrate technical analytical ability;
    • manage inventory;
    • perform waste management;
    • check body temperature;
    • elaborate drug lists;
    • define technical specifications for raw materials, packaging, materials, equipment and facilities;
    • determine product disposal;
    • develop standard operating procedure;
    • validate products, processes, areas and equipment;
    • collect samples;
    • issue reports, opinions and reports;
    • qualify suppliers;
    • choose a method of analyze;
    • program masterful process;
    • coordinate pharmaceutical assistance programs;
    • participate in technical committees;
    • check blood pressure;
    • perform critical analysis of the results;
    • supervise production process;
    • participate in the discussion of public health policies;
    • supervise filling, packaging and packaging;
    • work as a team;
    • choose medicines, immunobiologicals, cosmetics, food and health products;
    • participate in epidemiological surveillance actions;
    • institute inspection rules;
    • participate in the registration of pharmaceutical products;
    • operate equipment;
    • interacting with prescriber and health team;
    • perform analysis;
    • participate in the promotion of the rational use of medication;
    • participate in health policy actions;
    • perform a product stability study;
    • structuring protocol;
    • analyze quality indicators;
    • collect data;
    • perform product stability study;
    • select suppliers;
    • write official books and balance sheets of controlled products;
    • pack products;
    • interact with prescriber and health team;
    • participate in a research ethics committee/commission;
    • inspecting establishments, products and services;
    • assemble a team;
    • guiding patients, caregivers and clients;
    • drill earlobe;
    • work with biosafety;
    • define packaging specifications;
    • participate in the elaboration of drug policies;
    • analyze results;
    • guide the collection of samples;
    • establish criteria and dispensing systems;
    • fraction products;
    • coordinate drug and toxicological information centers;
    • indicate over-the-counter medicines;
    • demonstrate communication skills;
    • develop forms and technical standards;
    • make decisions;
    • notify deviations in the quality of products and services ;
    • evaluate conformity of products and equipment;
    • manage documentation;
    • demonstrate manual dexterity;
    • disclose pharmaceutical products and services;
    • evaluate compliance of physical facilities (certify area);
    • participate in the development of treatment protocols;
    • capture resources;

    Sectors that hire Pharmacist at blood bank the most in the job market

    • clinical laboratories
    • hospital care activities
    • pharmaceuticals retail trade, without formula handling
    • service activities in emergency room and hospital units for emergency care
    • manufacture of allopathic medicines for human use
    • other professional, scientific and technical activities
    • health management support activities
    • nursing activities
    • experimental research and development in physical and natural sciences
    • outpatient medical activity with resources for performing complementary exams

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