- Licensed, Licensed Trainee or CPhT
West and Central Phoenix
Must be able to work Saturday's 8-4:30
Must be able to work an 8-hour shift between 8am and 8pm
The Pharmacy Technician supports and collaborates with the healthcare team, mainly the pharmacist, to ensure patients receive high quality care related to dispensing medications in the Pharmacy
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Promptly and accurately process prescriptions and enter patient information into the computer software systems, including the EMR. 2. Answer patient questions and troubleshoot/resolve as needed. 3. Assists the pharmacist in dispensing, filling prescriptions, inventory control, stocking shelves and data entry. 4. Communicates patient care related information in an effective culturally competent and respectful way with members of the pharmacy staff, external contacts, and other healthcare professionals. 5. Accurately fills and documents medication in the automated dispensing machine. 6. Work as part of a team to provide support to other members of the healthcare team, including assisting with clinical pharmacist schedule. 7. Assist in streamlining communication with the patient, insurance companies, pharmacist, nurses, lab and other healthcare-related parties. 8. Stay abreast of the newest medicines and their availability. 9. Support compliance with the 340B drug pricing policy and abide by all rules and regulations set forth by the State Board of Pharmacy and Clinic policies and procedures. 10. Performs other tasks as assigned, including preparing cash register deposits. 11. Must be able to embrace differences among people and able to interact with internal staff as well as external contacts in a culturally competent and respectful manner.
QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- Certified and Licensed as a Pharmacy Technician,
- CPhT and/or active Arizona Pharmacy Technician.
- High School Diploma (GED)
- Trainee License that does not expire within one year of hire date. Pharmacy Technician Trainee must take CPhT test and become Certified and Licensed as a pharmacy technician within one year of hire date
- LANGUAGE SKILLS Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write short or routine reports and correspondence. Knowledge of medications and signatures. Computer and telephone experience.