Pharmacy Tech - Outpatient (Levels 1 - 5) - Per DiemJob ID 304578 Date posted 05/17/2023
- La Crosse, WI
- Part Time
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Pharmacy Tech Levels 1 - 5:
Assists the pharmacist in providing optimal pharmaceutical care to the patient. Accurately and efficiently processes prescriptions. Interacts with patients and managed care plans to authorize prescription coverage. Assembles prescriptions and follows proper procedures to prepare and dispense medications. Accurately and efficiently completes patient purchase transactions utilizing point of sale systems. Assists with maintaining accurate medication inventories and billing of medications. Effectively communicates utilizing established systems and processes. Performs responsibilities and duties of the job in a manner that is attentive to age and ability considerations.
Note: These qualifications apply to the Pharmacy Tech level 1, which is the minimum qualification that must be met for all levels.
- High School diploma or equivalent.
- Effectively reads, writes, speaks and understands English. Able to learn technical tasks. Able to follow written and verbal directions. Able to apply math and calculator skills along with a working knowledge of the metric system. Possess strong telephone and verbal communication skills. Experience with the use of office software computer applications and keyboarding.Prior experience as an outpatient pharmacy technician. Demonstrated ability to work in a busy environment and pay attention to detail. Proven organizational and problem solving skills. Proven ability to effectively work both independently and in a team environment.
- No history of drug abuse or misuse; or proof of successful completion of a certified drug abuse rehabilitation program is required.
License or Certification
- Current registration with the Board of Pharmacy where required by state regulation.
- National Pharmacy Technician certification within 12 months of hire.
$18.14 - $36.69 / hour. Pay range covers Levels 1 - 5; applicants will be placed into a level and pay rate based on experience, education, and certifications.
Varying shifts Monday-Friday 8 AM-6 PM. This is a per diem position with opportunities to pick up open shifts.
No weekends required. Skemp and Onalaska Pharmacies are open on Saturday from 9 AM-12 PM
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