Pharmacist In Charge (Warehouse)

Al Zahrawi Medical Supplies

Muscat, Oman

Posted
Ref: RP484-48

Job description / Role

Employment: Full Time

• Keeping track of all necessary licenses/ permits both personal and company and keeping them updated as per Governmental requirements (Documentation)
• Receiving consignment; check it as per MOH standards – Coordinating Follow and implement standard operating policies and local legislation
• The Pharmacist In charge will be responsible for the Supervising & receiving, warehousing, picking/packing and dispatch (Responsible for day to day warehouse operations.)
• The Pharmacist in charge will take the responsibility of regulatory affairs matters such as classification, registration and other MOH matters related to implementing regulations and policies.
• Communicating with MOH regarding importation and exportation and all other duties and communications are related to MOH.

Salary:
OMR 800 to 1,000 per month inclusive of fixed allowances.

Requirements

• MOH license is a must
• Bachelors Degree in Pharmacy

Job Specific Skills:
• Customer service oriented.
• Excellent communication & interpersonal skills.
• Good organization, negotiation skills
• Computer literacy in MS Office and familiar with an ERP System.
• Ability to calculate figures and amounts and perform basic algebra

Behavioral Capabilities:
• Strong work ethic and desire to succeed.
• Ability to plan, prioritize and organize day to day activities.
• Ability to work independently with accuracy and attention to the detail
• Ability to learn and work within a team.

About the Company

Abul Qasim Khalaf Al Zahrawi (936-1013 A.D) known in the west as Abulcasis was born in Zahra in the neighborhood of Cordova (Arabic Qurtuba). He became one of the most renowned surgeons of his era and the Middle Ages. He is best known for his early and original breakthroughs in surgery as well as for his famous Medical Encyclopedia called Al-Tasrif, which is composed of thirty volumes covering different aspects of medical science.

The more important part of this series comprises three books on surgery, which describe in detail various aspects of surgical treatment as based on the operations performed by him, including cauterization, removal of stone from the bladder, dissection of animals, midwifery, styptics, and surgery of eye, ear and throat. He perfected several delicate operations, including removal of the dead fetus and amputation. Al Zahrawi is considered as Father of Modern Surgery.

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