Pharmacy Technician - Arklow
Cpl Healthcare is association with our client are currently seeking an experienced Pharmacy Technician to work in a busy community pharmacy in Arlow, Co Wicklow. This opportunity will be offered on a permanent contract and successful applicants are expected towork 40 hours per week. Core Responsibilities Assisting the Pharmacist with general dispensing responsibilities. Preparing prescriptions. Handle patient queries and phone calls appropriately and effectively. Liaising with GP’s and other healthcare professionals. Stock control and ordering / Liaising with other branches re stock. Maintain the dispensary cleanliness. Answer patient questions and troubleshoot/resolve them promptly. Understand the various challenges of specific diseases and pharmaceutical care of those diseases. Assist the pharmacist in dispensing to and advising patients on POM and P medicines in a safe and legal manner in line with company procedures. Promote patients’ drug compliance. Report all drug adverse events. Establish and maintain good relationships with doctors and family practices. Work as part of a team to provide support to other members of the healthcare team. Manage claims under the various HSE schemes, including end of month procedures. Manage stock holding in the dispensary – including stock ordering, rotation and date checking. Sales of OTC medications in line with company procedures. Overseeing the management of OTC stock control and merchandising. Execution of the dispensary business plan. Assisting in group healthcare and retail events. Assisting head office staff with reporting at branch level. Specific Requirements The candidate must have a Recognised Pharmacy Technician or Dispensing Technician Qualification. The Ideal candidate will have previous Pharmacy Technician Experience in a bus pharmacy setting and previous experience and proficiency with McLernons Dispensing System (Preferably 2 years plus. The successful candidate will have accurate data entry skills with strong management and organisational skills. It is essential to be able to read, write, and speak English fluently with excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing. The candidate must be flexible and proactive to meet varied patient needs including willingness to be a team player and promote a positive team environment. You should be self-motivated and able to work independently with an excellent attention to detail. Strong patient focus. Applicants must be able to effectively present information to the patient and in small group situations and be able to collaborate with other healthcare professionals. Salary / Benefits Dependent on Experience. Staff parking available. In-house training available in the form of CPD. To apply for this vacancy or for further information please contact Stephen on 01 4825424 or forward your updated CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
187 days ago