Best Drugs of Trenton proudly serves the community of Trenton, FL.
We pride ourselves on making sure each of our patients can always feel their best without breaking the bank.
Come join our team!
Work under the supervision of the Pharmacist on Duty and Lead Technician. Primarily works at the prescription intake counter, receiving and typing new prescriptions and processing refills, as needed. Reviews all negative prescription profits and collaborates with the Pharmacist on Duty to make decisions to resubmit claim, dispense, etc. Makes sure all necessary information is included and requirements are met on new prescriptions. Insures CII prescriptions are signed and dated by the Pharmacist on Duty. Assists with inventory management. Provides extraordinary customer service, at all times, and be a productive team member. Position is expected to be an integral part of the daily operations of the pharmacy by providing support and assisting in daily activities. Able to greet customers in store with a smile and answer phone within 3 rings. Communicate in a friendly, patient and professional manner at all times. Answer routine questions/issues and properly assess customers’ needs to refer them to product and/or services. Properly direct customer inquiries, when unable to assist, to the appropriate party (i.e.. Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technician). Walk patient to products and communicate appropriately regarding such. Open and close POS system to include, but is not limited to, counting money, separating charge slips, vouchers, coupons. Able to balance cash drawer and create deposits. Receive and process all payments according to standard procedures as set forth by the company. Assist in the opening and closing of retail location, to include but not limited to, dusting, cleaning and organizing. Able to price, arrange and display signs and products as directed. Receive and scan incoming product. Ensure pricing in POS is accurate and up-to-date. Maintain and organize back stock. Actively work with merchandising staff from Pierce Pharmacy Management to prepare for sales and promotions and be a resource for other staff members regarding same. Arrange store-to-store transfers, special orders and out-of-stock items. Assist with coordinating, packing and organizing patient deliveries. Consistently complete all assignments in a timely manner and maintain applicable paperwork and records. Responsible for maintaining a clean and safe workplace for co-workers and customers. Communicate professionally, in both oral and written form, with vendors, healthcare professionals, customers and other staff members. Must be able to adapt and excel in a fast-paced environment. Present a professional image via proper hygiene and grooming, as well as adherence to company dress code. Be on time for all shifts, returning from breaks, observe and avoid overtime. Treat fellow team members with respect at all times. Must be flexible and responsive to perform these and other duties, as assigned.
Work Experience Requirements
A minimum of two years’ experience as a technician in a retail pharmacy preferred. Must have knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements for filling prescriptions, as well as a working knowledge of inventory control. Must project a professional image and possess excellent communication skills.
Minimum: Must possess a High School Diploma and current registration as a Pharmacy Technician with the State Board of Pharmacy.
**Qualified candidate must submit to and successfully pass pre-employment screening which includes, but is not limited to, drug screen, back ground check and reference checks.**
Approved by: Connie Beck, Director of Human Resources
Date posted: 1/11/2023
PPM and affiliated companies are equal opportunity employers.