Pharmacy Technician--Multiple Openings on Seattle's Eastside
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), 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.
- Hourly DOE
- Full benefits including: medical/dental/vision, 401k, 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