Anchor Pharmacy is an independent pharmacy that is focused on building relationships with the community. Our focus is to help patients and health care providers with their health care needs in the most compassionate way possible. Efficiency, excellent customer service and positive team spirit are our basic principles in the work environment
Assist pharmacist, under their direct supervision, with filling of prescriptions.
Greet and provide customers with prompt and courteous service and assistance.
Operate pharmacy systems including register, computer software, and telephone.
Medication order intake and organization
Assist in maintenance of third party prescription information and resolution of rejected adjudication.
Maintain insurance/counseling log.
Maximize sales through excellent customer service.
Maintain pharmacy department supplies (e.g. bottles, bags, labels, staples, etc).
Receive and obtain information needed on written prescriptions or telephone refill requests from customers.
Maintain organized filing system for invoices, manual insurance claims, daily reports, etc.
Relay specific communications to customers from technician or pharmacist processing prescription.
Support company safety standards. Communicate any needed equipment repairs or maintenance work needed.
Works with Pharmacy Manager, Store Manager and pharmacy personnel to execute marketing plans and programs.
Assist in processing pharmacy outdates and credits including keeping inventory free from outdated product.
Performs other duties as assigned by Pharmacy Manager or Store Manager.
Demonstrated competence in effective communications skills and customer relations. Unrestricted ability to handle and process Medicaid and Medicare prescriptions. Ability and desire to communicate effectively with customers, associates, other health professionals. Willingness to work a flexible schedule consistent with a stimulating retail environment. Ability to work accurately and efficiently. Able to read, write and perform basic math functions. Maintain confidentiality of customer and company information. Understand pharmacy inventory control procedures, including special requirements for controlled substances. Understand Pharmacy Standard Practice Manual. Share responsibility for department maintenance and cleanliness. This list is not all inclusive. Other requirements may be added to meet business demands
High School Graduate (as required by State Board of Pharmacy)
Bilingual (preferred) languages include Spanish, Mandarin, Korean
State Board of Pharmacy requirements: minimum age, qualification, and registration.
Certified technicians (CPhT) preferred
Lifting up to 25 pounds
Work environment and duties may include standing for extended amounts of time
Mon - Fri (9:00a-5:30pm/ 9:30a-6:00pm)
No weekend hours and Closed on Public Holidays
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a drug screen and/or criminal background check.
Job Type: Full-time