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Lenin Pina
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over 6 months ago

Philadelphia, PA and surrounding area Rite Aid stores will be offering open interviews on Friday, October 2.

Candidates interested in becoming:

  • Pharmacy Technician Trainees
  • Shift Supervisors
  • Service Associates
  • Assistant Store Managers
  • Store Managers
  • Pharmacy Managers

Apply now at https://careers.riteaid.com and a Rite Aid Human Resources representative will get back to you within 48 hours to schedule your interview!

On the spot hiring Competitive rates in the industry Flexible scheduling & work/life balance.

Apply online today at https://careers.riteaid.com

#hiringnews #jobsearch #cashier #pharmacytechnician #pharmacy #Pennsylvania

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Lenin Pina
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Bucks County, PA and surrounding area Rite Aid stores are hosting a hiring event for candidates interested in becoming...

Apply now at https://careers.riteaid.com and the Rite Aid Human Resources department will get back to you within 48 hours to schedule your interview!

On the spot hiring Competitive rates in the industry Flexible scheduling & work/life balance!

Apply online today at https://careers.riteaid.com

#hiringnews #jobsearch #pharmacy #cashier #pharmacytechnician #management #Pennsylvania

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Laiza Lagarto
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over 6 months ago

Are you a Pharmacy Technician looking for a new opportunity with a prestigious healthcare systems company? Do you want the chance to advance your career by joining a rapidly growing company? If you answered “yes" to any of these questions – this position is for you!

Locations: • Bakersfield, CA • Rhode Island • Norwood, MA • Brooklyn Center, MN • Florissant, MO • Fairfield, NJ • Rochester, NY • King of Prussia, PA • Wilkes-Barre, PA • Lincoln, RI • Spartanburg, SC • Fort Worth, TX • San Antonio, TX

Job Title: Certified Pharmacy Technician Pay Range: $14 - $20/hr. Tentative Start Date: 04/06/20 or ASAP

More Insight of Daily Responsibilities: • Filling prescription orders as trained following an automated system. • Packing orders as trained following an automated system. • Replenishing work stations as assigned at night. • Multi-tasking between departments as assigned by management.

Qualifications: • Atleast 6 months of pharmacy experience • Technician Trainee • Registered Pharmacy Technician in state • Nationally Certified Technician or PTCB

Interested in Being Considered? Reach out and send your updated Word-formatted resume to Laiza at recruiters7@qualitystaffingamerica.com for immediate consideration.

#pharmacytechnician #cpht #rpht #pharmtech #pharmacy #hiringevents #hiring #job #jobopportunity

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Laiza Lagarto
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Are you a Pharmacy Technician looking for a new opportunity with a prestigious healthcare systems company? Do you want the chance to advance your career by joining a rapidly growing company? If you answered “yes" to any of these questions – this position is for you!

Locations: • Bakersfield, CA • Rhode Island • Norwood, MA • Brooklyn Center, MN • Florissant, MO • Fairfield, NJ • Rochester, NY • King of Prussia, PA • Wilkes-Barre, PA • Lincoln, RI • Spartanburg, SC • Fort Worth, TX • San Antonio, TX

Job Title: Certified Pharmacy Technician Pay Range: $14 - $20/hr. Tentative Start Date: 04/06/20 or ASAP

More Insight of Daily Responsibilities: • Filling prescription orders as trained following an automated system. • Packing orders as trained following an automated system. • Replenishing work stations as assigned at night. • Multi-tasking between departments as assigned by management.

Qualifications: • Atleast 6 months of pharmacy experience • Technician Trainee • Registered Pharmacy Technician in state • Nationally Certified Technician or PTCB

Interested in Being Considered? Reach out and send your updated Word-formatted resume to Laiza at recruiters7@qualitystaffingamerica.com for immediate consideration.

#pharmacytechnician #cpht #rpht #pharmtech #pharmacy #hiringevents #hiring #job #jobopportunity

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Lenin Pina
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over 6 months ago

Ready to Launch on a New & Exciting Career? Join OptumRx hiring managers for open interviews on Tuesday, December 17, between 10a - 6p, at the OptumRx office on 6860 W. 115th Street, Overland Park KS 66211.

No Appointments Necessary to Apply - Walk - In's Welcome! Participation is as easy as 1-2-3:

That's It! Get started today and see you at the event. Thanks

You can also connect with OptumRx recruiters on the UnitedHealth Group Community page on Jobcase, see here

#UnitedHealth #OptumRx #HiringEvents #Healthcare #Pharmacy #CustomerService #OpenInterviews

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Justin Silangil
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over 6 months ago

Hello everyone, I thought I might share my experience. I'll try to not make it too long, but if it is I do apologize in advance. I graduated from pharmacy school May 2017 and obtained my Pharm.D. I knew that wasn't enough so I took some time off and studied for both my Naplex and MPJE (Pharmacy State Law Exam). It took me 6 months to be really prepared for the Naplex, and at least 4 weeks for the MPJE. Once I passed both exams and obtained my license, I thought I didn't have anything to worry about. I got a reality check soon after as soon as I started applying for jobs. Most of the retail and hospital required some years of experience, or if you had your foot in the door already by working at that particular setting from the start. I took my chance and applied. Of course I got rejected and got responses like you don't fit what we are looking for to fill this position etc.. So I decided starting from February of 2018 to volunteer at a pharmacy in a hospital that I'm familiar with and where the pharmacy team knows me already since I completed IPPE and APPE rotations at that particular site. Once I started volunteering I started with the basics from filling medication orders, maintaining crash carts, completing cycle counts, and pulling expired meds from the carousel. I knew all along I wanted to become a clinical pharmacist and work at a hospital. I thought just applying for it since some institutions didn't require experience was the way to go, but I wasn't as lucky as some of my classmates.

So I decided to do a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency which will provide me with a platform and open doors for me and help make my dream a reality. Mind you I'll mention this now, I did apply for residencies after graduating pharmacy school, but I only had two interviews and didn't match. So this was my second time applying for residency after I passed my boards. This time, I wanted to be better prepared for my interviews and improve my presentation plus communication skills. I sought out guidance from the pharmacists in the pharmacy I was volunteering at. They helped me research questions and find out why I want to do a residency. What makes me standout from the rest? They even helped me restructure my Curriculum Vitae (CV) as well as give me good letters of recommendations. So I applied, and of course they were one of the residencies I applied to. With their help I was able to acquire 7 interviews a lot better than last time, and I went into the interviews with a lot of confidence. I was fortunate to match with them since they were my top choice. I did that for a year, obtained my Consultant Pharmacist license, presented at Mid-Year, taught a CE course for Southeastern Society Health-Systems Pharmacists, presented at my states residency conference, and got paid with my stipend. Now I have something to show on my CV.

After completing and graduating from my PGY-1 Residency, I took some time off and went to Europe. I needed that break. When I came back, it was back to reality. I started applying again, but I still found out I was getting rejected. So I went back to the basics and it started with my CV. I looked at it over again. I realized that I'm no longer a student or a resident, but a professional now. So I did some research and looked online for a better template to fix my CV. Once I found the template that works I structured my CV again and utilized that CV for my job applications. What came next was like 8 phone interviews (6 with recruiter and 2 with the director of pharmacy), and 3 onsite interviews (1 of the 3 I skipped the phone interview and went onsite, the other the director personally invited me onsite). Again I did my research on the company and hospital and interviewing wasn't bad for me since I kept doing it. After all that, I'm proud to let you all know that I received an offer for a Per Diem position as a clinical pharmacist at one location, then I received an offer for a fulltime clinical pharmacist position at another location. I really counted my blessings and the hard work I put in to get where I am today.

The pharmacy profession is becoming more saturated and competitive, but it is also growing and rapidly expanding in a good way. It is never too late no matter what age you are. Other people will not be like me and have different circumstances which I completely understand. I'm 31 years old, not married, and don't have kids so it was manageable for me. Again everyone is different, but it is never too late to find something because we are all striving towards the same goals and desires. A close friend and classmate of mine was 42 when he started the pharmacy program, has two kids, was 46 years old when he graduated, and 47 by the time he got his license. Again, don't despair. We will all find something. I thought I could share a learning experience with the bumps in the road for all of you. What I also want you all to get out of this is to turn a negative into a positive.

Thank you for reading and listening if you chose to.

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Kate Graham
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over 6 months ago

I start next Monday! It's for a speciality pharmacy doing customer service. I have been out of work for 3 months and needed this !!!

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Ilse Booysen
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I had to mix( reconstitute) an acne cream for a patient. There was only powder to mix into the cream which I did, my Pharmacist asked if I added water to the mixture (which will activate the ingredients) . The mistake was caught before the medication was sold to the patient

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