As a travel pharmacist, you’ll see the country like never before and practice pharmacy in your choice of different locations and clinical settings. Travel pharmacists combine professional development, career enhancement, and personal goals into one dynamic, rich experience.  We have a multitude of travel pharmacy jobs in Rhode Island – from local pharmacies to large hospital systems.  Search our jobs now to see where we can take you.

Rhode Island Area Information

Rhode Island is a wonderland of museums, restaurants, theaters and virtual time capsule to wealth created in this country during the Industrial era.  The mansions of Newport are toured continuously throughout the year.  Vineyards offer up internationally renowned wines and local artisans are tucked in the corners of the cobblestone streets.  You will see all of this and more when you take your next travel pharmacy job in Rhode Island.

One of your first stops upon arriving in Rhode Island must be to The White Horse Tavern in Newport.  One of America’s oldest taverns, the building was originally constructed before 1652 as the two-room, two-storied residence of Francis Brinley.  It was bought and reconstructed by William Mayes Sr. in 1673 and converted into a tavern.  For the next 100 years this tavern was the meeting place of the Colony’s General Assembly.  Within the 300 years of this tavern’s historical existence it has only changed hands 6 times. The tavern is cozy and time ridden with historical evidence within the plaster walls.  It feels as if there are colonial ghosts sitting next to you at the bar and in fact if you ask the bartender he will show you a photo taken by a local newspaper where you see the smoky shadow of the truest ghost I’ve ever seen seated at an upstairs table. Come to Rhode Island for a travel pharmacy job and find your own story.

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Getting started is easy!  Simply apply now, and we’ll contact you with a complete list of all the jobs we have available in Rhode Island – including posted and non-posted jobs!

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