06 Mar
Pharmacy Technician
New Hampshire,

POSITION SUMMARY Supports the pharmacist in the preparation and sale of medications. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Provides excellent customer service to all customers and patients. Orders and maintains pharmacy supplies and ensures that inventories are kept at optimum levels. Receives and processes prescriptions via written prescriptions from patients or electronic prescriptions from providers to be reviewed by registered pharmacist. Enters prescription(s) into processing software. Retreives medication from stock and places label on container for final review by pharmacist. Creates and maintains patient profiles in computer systems, including addresses, phone numbers, third party, allergy, and health condition information Answers inbound telephone calls and triages calls as appropriate based upon the nature of the call to the appropriate staff. Communicates with patients by telephone and takes refill requests from patients. Transfers calls from providers to the pharmacist when necessary. Performs cashier functions for the sale of prescriptions and other merchandise. Submits, receives, and places inventory in stock by utilizing knowledge of order placement, receiving, and merchandising. Verifies quantities against invoices, and inform supervisors of stock needs and shortages. Receives and stores incoming supplies. Supply and monitor robotic machines that dispense medicine into containers, and label the containers Addresses insurance, reimbursement, and payment issues as appropriate by communicating with insurance providers, patients, and pharmacists. Assists the pharmacist in the preparation of compounded medications according to written prescriptions and state law. Participates in marketing and promotional campaigns as appropriate. Complies with all established regulatory and organizational policies and procedures. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE # SKILLS Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills; attention to detail. Knowledge of regulatory and organizational policies and procedures. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE Education: High school diploma or equivalent required. Experience: One (1) year previous retail or hospital pharmacy experience preferred. Certification/Licensure: NH Board of Pharmacy Technician or Intern#Registration required. National Technician Certification within 1 month of hire required, this requirement is waived for Registered Interns. Software/Hardware: Microsoft Windows environment. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Schedule: Days, Nights, Weekends Other:



  • POSITION SUMMARY


  • Supports the pharmacist in the preparation and sale of medications.



  • KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides excellent customer service to all customers and patients.

  • Orders and maintains pharmacy supplies and ensures that inventories are kept at optimum levels.

  • Receives and processes prescriptions via written prescriptions from patients or electronic prescriptions from providers to be reviewed by registered pharmacist.

  • Enters prescription(s) into processing software.

  • Retreives medication from stock and places label on container for final review by pharmacist.

  • Creates and maintains patient profiles in computer systems, including addresses, phone numbers, third party, allergy, and health condition information

  • Answers inbound telephone calls and triages calls as appropriate based upon the nature of the call to the appropriate staff.

  • Communicates with patients by telephone and takes refill requests from patients. Transfers calls from providers to the pharmacist when necessary.

  • Performs cashier functions for the sale of prescriptions and other merchandise.

  • Submits, receives, and places inventory in stock by utilizing knowledge of order placement, receiving, and merchandising. Verifies quantities against invoices, and inform supervisors of stock needs and shortages.

  • Receives and stores incoming supplies. Supply and monitor robotic machines that dispense medicine into containers, and label the containers

  • Addresses insurance, reimbursement, and payment issues as appropriate by communicating with insurance providers, patients, and pharmacists.

  • Assists the pharmacist in the preparation of compounded medications according to written prescriptions and state law.

  • Participates in marketing and promotional campaigns as appropriate.


  • Complies with all established regulatory and organizational policies and procedures.



  • REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills; attention to detail.


  • Knowledge of regulatory and organizational policies and procedures.



  • EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE


  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent required.



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