PropacPayless Pharmacy

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If you share our passion for long-term care, the pharmacy industry and enjoy working in a highly collaborative, innovative and hands-on work environment, we'd love to hear from you.

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Cycle Packing Technician
Job Title
Cycle Packing Technician
Duration
Open until filled
Location
Vancouver,  WA 98683
Other Location
Description

PropacPayless is a leading specialty service pharmacy, we offer a wide range of customized pharmacy services for the following markets: 
•    Skilled nursing/intermediate care facilities
•    Assisted living/residential care centers
•    Behavioral health communities
•    Correctional facilities

We are seeking a Cycle Packing Technician to support our Vancouver, Washington facility. This position duties accurately pulling medication off of the pharmacy shelves, packaging, labeling and preparing for Pharmacist final review. Duties may also include processing and appropriately documenting backorders, as well as helping maintain inventory, emergency box/pyxis machines, non-sterile compounding and cycle fill.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
•    Pull medication off shelf and match with prescription label.
•    Packaging prescribed medications accurately, according to the label, directions, dose and quantity prescribed.
•    Applying prescriptions and auxiliary labels (if appropriate) to packaged medication, eye drops, topicals, oral solutions, etc.
•    Clean and help maintain equipment and work areas.
•    Document back orders with appropriate forms.
•    Assist with medication brand changes for refill medications.
•    Cycle fill packaging and organization.
•    Ability to swiftly and accurately maintain workflow in high-volume long-term care pharmacy.
•    Understand technical terms and processes

Company Wide Responsibilities: 
01. Supports a dignified and caring atmosphere of the company.
02. Protects privacy and confidentiality of information pertaining to the resident, employee, company information and records.
03. Maintains a safe and secure working environment and practices safe working habits.
04. Adheres strictly to company policy and procedures as well as Medicare standards and practices.
05. Complies with the attendance policy.
06. Maintains neat appearance, good personal hygiene and appropriate attire.
07. Participates in continuing education, training, in-services, and attends staff meetings as required.
08. Assists with projects as assigned and performs other related duties.

If you share our passion for long-term care, the pharmacy industry and enjoy working in a highly collaborative, innovative and hands-on work environment, we'd love to hear from you.

PayLess Drug seeks to allow equal employment opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

Required Skills
• Must have valid state pharmacy technician license with national certification (as applicable to state of practice) in good standing.
• Complies with all laws application to practice site
• Understands technician role and function within legal limitations
• Describes risks and signs of drug diversion in practice setting
• Demonstrates good work habits such as appearance, arrival to work and
communication
• Demonstrates attention to detail and accuracy
• Demonstrates patient confidentiality
• Demonstrates team concept and willingness to help others
• Demonstrates familiarity with common OTC Drugs
• Demonstrates understanding of dosage forms and routes of administration
• Demonstrates computer skills and software manipulations
• Demonstrates the use of pharmacy references and resources
Openings
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