The Pharmacy Technician currently has no supervisory responsibilities.
*All duties described in this document are to be performed in keeping with the core values and service attributes consistent with the Rite Aid brand and strategy
This position requires the following licenses and/or certifications:
- Pharmacy Technician certification where required by state law.
- Rite Aid Technician Training Program certification in all modules, job class/codes up to and including “Pharmacy Technician".
- Successful achievement of Rite Aid’s Pharmacy Technician Certification.
Education and/or Experience
High school diploma or general education degree (GED), plus 600 practical hours working in retail and/or pharmacy operations; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
The role of the Pharmacy Technician is to work closely with the Pharmacist to ensure that customers receive prompt and courteous service in the Pharmacy Department. While the role of the Pharmacy Technician may vary slightly from state to state depending on state specific regulations, Pharmacy Technicians often enter and look up information in the computer system, assist with inventory management, complete paperwork, gather outstanding information needed from patient or doctor to fill a prescription and check the customer out at the register.
On-the-job training is provided by Rite Aid, so applicants do not need to pharmacy experience to be qualified. Prior retail experience is desired, but not required. The Pharmacy Technician Program specifically is a 6 month program comprised of Computer Based Training (CBTs), Workbook exercises, hands on learning, classroom sessions and culminates in a Final Competency Exam.
We are looking to hire friendly associates! Flexible shifts are available and many positions include benefits such as medical, dental, vision, 401K (with company match), paid vacation and even tuition reimbursement. Apply today and find out more about the exciting and rewarding opportunities at Rite Aid!