Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company is a leader in behavioral healthcare solutions, from on-site clinic pharmacies to telepsychiatry. We are a rapidly growing and successful organization, with a strong reputation for serving the behavioral health community for over 15 years. The company strives to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals with mental illnesses and other chronic conditions.
We seek a
PART TIME Bi-lingual Pharmacy
Technician to support all functions of the Genoa mental health pharmacy, primarily through dispensing medical prescriptions, and performing necessary clerical duties while under the direct supervision of a registered pharmacist.
Part time- M & W- 11- 5:30 and Friday 8-2
and does include making deliveries. Bi-lingual (read, speak, write spanish & english) required.
Strong skills in data entry of Rx and experience dealing with insurance rejections is required.
Major Duties & Responsibilities:
Provide exceptional customer service to all patients and members of the clinic staff
Under direct supervision of the registered pharmacist, fills compounds and prescription orders and makes them available for verification by the Pharmacist. Once verified by the pharmacist, dispenses the prescriptions.
Order, receive and store incoming pharmacy supplies.
Receive and process wholesaler medication orders.
Verify medication stock and enter data in computer to maintain inventory records.
Help maintain a clean organized work environment.
Perform various clerical duties relating to the department.
Work with the pharmacist to assist in the pharmacy functions and keeping the pharmacy in compliance with all federal and state requirements.
Occasional medication delivery to consumers.
Other Duties as assigned.
Educational or Skills Requirements:
Must be a licensed Pharmacy Technician in the state you are applying to.
Some Pharmacy Technician experience is required
PTCB Certification is preferred, but not required for all states
Candidates for the position will be subject to a standard reference, background check and drug screening.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office and telephone protocol. Duties require professional verbal and written communication skills.