Pharmacy Technician (Join the NW Best Loved Drugstore!)
Come join the team at Bartell Drugs, The Northwest's Best Loved Drugstore! Discover your next chapter at the nation’s oldest drugstore chain, family-owned and NW grown for 127 years and counting.
As a Pharmacy Technician, you can become a true partner-in-health for our patients and community. This position allows you to use a broad set of skills, ranging from detailed-oriented to big-picture. We offer full-time Pharmacy Technician positions which include our full benefits package (including medical/dental/vision, a 401(k) match, employee discount and more).
The Pharmacy Technician is an integral part of the high-volume pharmacy operation and must be able to:
Build guest confidence through patient understanding, and by providing positive, friendly and helpful service to each guest.
Accurately fill and refill prescriptions under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist within the guidelines of federal, state, and local legal requirements.
Maintain and stock automated dispensing units.
Order product, properly check in drug orders and put merchandise in its correct location.
Communicate with doctor’s offices and insurance companies for billing and patient needs.
Show proficiency in typing and computer operation.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Must be formally licensed by the State Board of Pharmacy through the State of Washington.
Willing to work a flexible schedule that may include holidays
Able to read, write, speak, and understand conversational English to correctly communicate with customers, physicians and nurses.
Full benefits including: medical/dental/vision, 401k w/ match, life insurance, short-term disability, and more!
Reimbursement for your yearly license fee!
Constant standing, handling and grasping of merchandise, containers, and/or cartons.
Frequently must be able to lift 1-2 lbs. from floor to 7 feet. Occasionally lift up to 20 lbs. from floor to chest.
Must be able to frequently bend, stoop, crouching, twisting, or pivoting at the waist and kneeling or squatting to stock below waist level shelves
Frequent repetitive hand movements and fine finger manipulation