Pharmacy Technician

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We have Pharmacy Technician and Pharmacy Clerk roles available in Cary, NC courtesy of Adecco Medical & Science. For the Pharmacy Technician roles, you must have current experience working as a Pharmacy Technician, be State Certified in Kentucky, and a minimum of 2+ years’ experience to be considered for the position. You must be able to accurately and efficiently fill prescription requests in a high-volume automated refill setting. Under the supervision of a Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician prepares, packages, and distributes medications in a fast-paced production environment. Maintains continuous, consistent work flow in order to meet daily production goals; and has the ability to work productively either independently or as a team with acute attention to detail while performing repetitive tasks. Please note that this position is an immediately need and is a minimum 3-6-month contract opportunity.



The Pharmacy Technician job responsibilities include:

Manually fill prescription vials with prescribed tablets and capsules. Must read computer-generated screens to find indicated merchandise on labeled shelves, verify size and strength. Perform basic mathematical reasoning to either count or calculate appropriate number of units needed to fill prescriptions.
Replenish medication in automated dispensing cells to full capacity; opening large quantities of bottles and cases of product. Use of handheld scanner unit to scan barcodes of product, entering expiration and lot information into computer application. Maintains high level of focus to avoid cross contamination and performs quality assurance check for expired and/or damaged product.
Completes weekly cycle counts as assigned by Inventory Mgr. Requires audits of cell inventory, counting product at primary and secondary bin locations. Assists with research and identification of root cause of discrepancies as needed.
Prepare cold chain and specialty prescriptions following special requirements for handling and packing.
Assists with packing and shipping of prescriptions. Understands and abides by federal and state HIPAA laws as well as pharmacy standard procedures to ensure patient safety and privacy.
Demonstrate problem resolution skills: ability to recognize, address and escalate issues to management.
Perform cleaning and maintenance on all cells/cassettes as needed. Includes dissembling of automated cells, replacing broken or missing parts, and performing calibration audits.


Minimum Job Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities):
High School Degree or equivalent experience
North Carolina Pharmacy Technician license required
PTCB National certification preferred
One year pharmacy, retail or customer service setting



If you are interested in this Pharmacy Technician role in Cary, NC then please click APPLY NOW. For other opportunities available at Adecco Medical and Science go to www.adeccousa.com.



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