Community Health Systems Pharmacy Technician - 121-025 in TUCSON, Arizona
Full Time, Rotating Shift
Under the direct supervision of a registered pharmacist, compounds and dispenses medical prescriptions. May be expected to perform related clerical duties. Receives and stores incoming supplies. Verifies stock and enters data in computer to maintain inventory records. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Typically reports to supervisor or manager. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
Required: High School diploma/GED or equivalent experience.
Required: Completion of Pharmacy Tech internship.
Required: Arizona State Board of Pharmacy Technician's license and American Heart Association (AHA) BLS certification .
Northwest Medical Center is comprised of a 300-bed hospital, four urgent care facilities, a freestanding emergency center and a large physician group, offering you a variety of settings in which to work. Every location is dedicated to providing safe, quality patient care, but more than that is the commitment to employees. It strives to provide a culture of teamwork, respect and appreciation for all staff, whether they care for patients directly or work in a support role. With employee appreciation celebrations throughout the year, opportunities for growth and the satisfaction that you are part of a hospital leading the way with accessible, convenient healthcare in Tucson, Northwest is a great place to work. NMC is accredited by The Joint Commission and is an equal opportunity employer: race, gender, disability and Veteran status, and VEVRAA Federal Contractor – priority referral Protected Veterans requested.
- High School or better
Licenses & Certifications
C-AHA BLS Basic Cardiac
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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