Technician Certification is required.
Starting Wage: $19 -$22
Hours: 9-3 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Closed on Wednesdays
Hometown Pharmacy is an independent pharmacy group of 70 pharmacies in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan and employs nearly 700 people. We have been caring for our patients and connecting with our communities since 2003.
Our pharmacies do not simply fill prescriptions. Our pharmacists and staff are committed and passionate about continuing education and patient health. Not only do we educate our patients about their health and wellness options, but we also empower both our employees and patients with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their healthcare.
Because of this commitment, we take time with our patients to discuss how they feel and educate them about health issues, products, health-related current events, and offer options in their own healthcare.
We believe in functional health and collaborate with some of the best healthcare professionals across the country to better serve our patients' wellness needs. We believe this is the evolution of the practice of medicine and is the future of healthcare.
What we'll do for you:
We will provide a collaborative, educational, highly productive, and supportive work environment. You will be treated with respect and become part of our Hometown family. You will work with us, not for us. We want to help you achieve your goals, while you help us achieve ours. We have a professional, family-oriented culture with opportunities for advancement and partnership.
We also have you covered with health and dental insurance, FSA, 401K, a 25% store discount, and 15 days of paid time off to start. We believe in proactive health and wellness not only for our customers but for you as well. Because we are family-oriented we believe you should spend time with your family. Most store hours are Monday - Friday from 9 am to 6 pm, Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm, and closed on Sunday and select holidays.
Who you are:
You are a collaborative, highly productive, problem solver who communicates effectively and constructively. You are always supportive and looking for ways to provide excellent customer service and support your teammates. You actively listen and seek to understand pharmacy operations and wellness initiatives. You are continuously striving to make changes to better the pharmacy, your team, and yourself.
What you will do:
You will input patient data and medication orders. Count, label, and package prescription drugs and supplies. Submit prescriptions for third-party billing and learn how to troubleshoot. Additionally, you will assist in ordering, stocking, and maintaining an inventory of prescription medications, over-the-counter items, and necessary supplies. Everyone shares the responsibility of general cleaning, store maintenance, filing paper, stocking items, and answer phones.
Most importantly you will work with the pharmacy team to learn and understand patient care services including providing excellent customer service. Organically you will build relationships with regular customers and enjoy interactions with them. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to learn about commonly prescribed drugs, brand/generic equivalents, therapeutic classes, general health, wellness, and nutriceuticals.
You have a high school diploma or GED. One year of pharmacy experience or training as a technician. Technician Certifiacion is required. Physical requirements require pharmacy technicians to stand for the duration of your shift and be able to lift and carry up to twenty pounds.
If this sounds up your alley, then apply today! We need you to help our independent pharmacies succeed and deliver top-notch health and wellness care to our patients. If you find this job description exciting, fascinating, and captivating, then you are the person we are looking for.