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Pharmacy Technician (will train)

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  • Responsible for gathering appropriate information to properly fill out blister packs for patient’s prescriptions.
  • Maintains accurate records of medication dispensed to patients.
  • Interacts with co-workers and pharmacists to resolve any discrepancies and to improve processes.
  • Secures protected health information and required paperwork to comply with regulatory requirements. Ensures the department abides by OSHA, HIPAA and other regulations pertaining to the company standards.
  • Maintains cleanliness of work areas according to company standards.
  • Maintains sufficient prescription inventory levels when ordering product for the pharmacy.
  • Receives and stores incoming product and supplies including counting, stocking, and entering computer data.
  • Required to attend and complete any mandatory training and events.
  • Performs other miscellaneous activities as requested.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: From $14.00-$16.00 per hour


Requirement of the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services – Pharmacy Examining Board

  1. Age and Education – Applicant satisfies one of the following:
  • The applicant is at least 18 years of age and has graduated from high school or has attained high school graduation equivalence as determined by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).
  • The applicant is enrolled in a youth apprenticeship program for pharmacy technicians that is on the list of youth apprenticeship programs approved by the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) under Wis. Stat. § 106.132m).
  1. Application submitted via the Department’s online credentialing system LicensE.
  2. Fee(s)s paid in the Department’s online credentialing system LicensE. (Initial credential fee is $30.00.)
  3.  Malpractice Suits or Claims (Form #2829) and copies of malpractice suit, court documents with allegations, and settlement, if applicable.
  4. Convictions and Pending Charges (Form #2252), if applicable. (There is an $8 additional fee if this form is submitted.)