Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
7/19/2019
Job Category:
Pharmacy
Pharmacy Technician I
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Huntsville Hospital | Athens, AL
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Job Description

Overview

Assists the clinical pharmacists in providing an accurate and timely medication distribution system.

Qualifications

High school diploma or GED required.

Must be registered with the Alabama State Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technician within 30 days of hire date, and registration must be in good standing "active".

Employees must obtain national certification with PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board) within one year of hire date. Failure to successfully obtain national certification by the deadline will result in termination of employment. One exception exists, if the non-certified employee has been accepted for admission to a school of pharmacy (proof from the school is required), and will enroll in the next academic year, the employee may remain in the job code past his/her "need to achieve PTCB certification deadline" and apply for a pharmacy intern position. If hired for a pharmacy intern position, the employee may stay in the job code until he/she receives an intern license. Employee must provide an intern license by the end of the first academic semester of pharmacy school or the employee will be terminated.

About Huntsville Hospital

Huntsville Hospital has been serving the people since 1895 when the tiny Huntsville Infirmary opened. More than a century later that focus has expanded to include service to people throughout north Alabama and southern Tennessee. Today, Huntsville Hospital is one of the largest locally owned not-for-profit hospitals in the nation. As a training facility for the University of Alabama-Birmingham's School of Medicine and Family Practice Residency Program, Huntsville Hospital helps provide family physicians the experience they need for providing care to communities throughout Alabama and beyond. In addition, the hospital serves as a primary site for more than 50 national drug research projects.