Part Time Pharmacy Tech – Wetumpka Pharmacy

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WETUMPKA PHARMACY TECHNICIAN – 1 day a week and every other Saturday, 23.5 hours every 2 weeks.


                *A pharmacy technician’s job entails receiving and filling prescription requests for patients.  The technician’s work is overseen by a licensed pharmacist.  The technician is also responsible for maintaining the daily operation of the pharmacy, completing tasks as delegated by the pharmacist.


                *Receive refill requests and verify that information is complete and accurate

                *Answer telephones, responding to questions or requests.

                *Maintain proper storage and security conditions for drugs

                *Assist customers with simple questions, referring them to the pharmacist for medical    information

                *Establish and maintain patient profiles, providing lists of medications taken when           


                *Take care of over – the -counter medications – stocking, straightening, ordering

                *Complete cash register transactions

                *Recieve and store incoming supplies / drugs, verify quantities against invoices, enter      inventory into computer, inform supervisors of stock needs and shortages

                *Fill prescriptions – entering orders,counting, pouring, measuring, labeling medications  for final inspection by pharmacist. Process medical insurance.

                *Maintain supplies used in pharmacy – prescripton containers, labels, paper, bags, etc.


                *Customer service – with public and professionals

                                *Service orientation-actively looks for ways to help others

                *Active listening-giving full attention to what others are saying, taking time to     understand the points being made, ask questions when appropriate, and not                 interrupting.

                *Active learning- Ability and willingness to learn new information, understanding the       implications for both future problem solving and decision making.      

                *Initiative – works well without direct supervison

                *Social perceptiveness-being aware of others reactions and understanding why they        react as they do

                *Establish and maintain interpersonal working relationships with co-workers and               supervisors

                *Information gathering

                *Making decisions and problem solving

                *Communicating with supervisors, co-workers, customers.


                *time management