•**TX LICENSE REQUIRED: Can be nationally certified, but MUST also have a TEXAS license***
Under the direct supervision of a pharmacist, selects, prepares, and packages medications and supplies in preparation for shipment to patients. Performs record keeping functions. Assists in various inventory control processes.
Physical Demands: Must be able to stand for duration of shift (8-10 hours). Must be able to repeatedly lift 5-10 lbs. for duration of shift. Must be able to occasionally lift up to 30-50 lbs. during a shift. Reaching and grasping objects at various levels is required. While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is required to utilize a keyboard and operate departmental machinery. Employee regularly works near and around moving machinery (conveyor belts).The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The employee may be required to wear protective clothing or equipment.
Work Environment: Warehouse may be licensed in some states by the State Board of Pharmacy and therefore have security/pharmacy restrictions. May be exposed to hazardous materials through the processing of returned goods. Will wear PPE and be trained on how to handle hazardous materials.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
As a Pharmacy Technician I Dispensing, you will be responsible for all aspects of the filling and packing of mail order prescriptions. The Pharmacy Technician is essential to ensuring medication has been filled correctly so it can positively impact the lives of others. The Pharmacy Technician position is responsible for accurately manually filling, packing, and sorting prescription orders via the intelligent order routing conveyance system (system that routes pharmacy dispensing system to designated stations). They also support the Inventory team with management of supplies and restocking how often? As needed. This is an exciting opportunity for a Pharmacy Technician to excel in a complex, high impact dispensing role.
As part of the Back-End Pharmacy Technician team, you will play a crucial role in helping others on the path to better health and your work will be directly affect the lives of others.
As a pharmacy technician, you should possess high levels of reliability, professionalism, customer focus, problem solving, and team orientation must be exhibited to ensure success in this position.
Selects, picks, packages and labels medications and ancillary supplies per prescriptions, under the direct supervision of a Pharmacist in accordance with the Client specialty guidelines and pharmacy laws.
Accurate counting of medications utilizing a manual process as well as any automated counting devices.
Exercise proper hands sanitization and hazardous medication handling practices.
Performs functions &/or responsibilities of an Operations Assistant as needed.
Responsible for preparing and/or restocking the filling station with medications and/or supplies as needed.
Responsible for cleaning for all pill counting devices/equipment and general working areas.
Able to utilize computer applications to enter data accurately and in line with production standards.
Knows drug names and basic pharmacology knowledge.
Understands medical terminology utilized in a Pharmacy.
Able to collaborate with others to fill and ship accurate and timely orders.
Able to perform Ops Assistant responsibilities.
Must be able to recognize limitations on decision-making Product and be able to escalate issues falling outside of that Product.
Pharmacy Technician registration required as prescribed by law or by Client policy.
Must understand basic Pharmacy law.
Six months of work experience as a pharmacy technician.
Prefer three months of work experience in a pick/pack/ship environment.
Prefer three months of work computer experience.
What computer work will they be doing? All dispensing is performed using dispensing systems on the computer.
Prior pharmacy experience is preferred (see description)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Candidate must have the ability to work in a fast paced, high volume environment
Basic computer and typing skills required
What days & hours will the person work in this position? List training hours, if different.
Monday-Friday 10 am-7 pm
Type of Start
Program Office - Point Of Contact
Is this an in-person, patient-facing role?
Onsite as needed
Minimum of high school education required.
Verifiable High School diploma or GED is required.
- Customer Service
- Maintain Patient Confidentiality
- Verify Insurance Coverage
- Filling Prescriptions
- Unit Dose Medications
- Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance