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Ro Osborne
almost 3 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #RiteAid as a #LossPreventionOfficer ...

Rite aid is a great place to work for. Team work make the dream work is the motto at most Rite Aids. No complaints

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Theresa Boone
almost 4 years ago
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Rite Aid

I would like famliair start soon i am patient for prayer

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Theresa: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! I found a bunch of Rite Aid jobs hiring near you - click the link to view everything I found: http://www.jobcase.com/jobs/q-Rite-Aid-l-Ventura,-CA If you’re looking for something different, here’s how to see who’s hiring near you:

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  • Click the blue search button If you see something that looks interesting, just click View Job and follow the instructions to apply. Let us know how it works out for you!
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Taher Al Tekreeti
about 4 years ago
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Job application

Hi I have concerns about the Rite aid job application .... I'm applying for pharmacy tech. position and there are some questions concerning my high school and in which state beside my experience . I'm not an american graduate ,I finished my education overseas . How can I fill these blanks ?

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Carlos Alvarado
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Hey Tather, I haven’t completed the Rite Aide job application specifically but I also attended high school outside the US so I’m familiar with some challenges listing education and work experience outside of the country. Make sure your resume/CV is updated with all the accurate background info and use the ‘upload resume’ option on the application to attach it to the application. Attaching your resume should auto populate the online application if you use a standard resume format. If the application flow to add education and experience offers a type in field option then type in the information accordingly (use best language translation possible). If the flow includes a drop down selection options than then use ‘other’. Managers will download and view resume if info is unclear on application. Hope this help but message me if you have any other questions.

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Jean Copeland
4 months ago
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He POURED sanitizer all over the place…

I work at RiteAid and we have been doing a lot to ensure the safety of staff and customers! This includes laying tape out on the floor 6 feet apart so people can stay the recommended space apart from one another in line.

I had a guy come in yesterday in a full painters outfit and mask! When he came up to the cash register he pulled a bottle of sanitizer out of his pocket and POURED IT ALL OVER THE COUNTER!! He said he wanted to make sure it was sanitary before placing his products down.

Goodness gracious its going to be a long few weeks!

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Jennifer DiFante
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WOW! Kudos to that gentleman for taking extra precautions but I'm sure that added some comic relief to your day :-)!

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Michael Johnson
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Smart man nothing wrong being caution

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Theresa Boone
over 3 years ago
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Restock

I would be great to hear about your experience with this campaign to the scheduled

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Theresa! What campaign are you referring to?

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Paul Lorenz
over 2 years ago
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What I loved working at #RiteAid

they were good to me for 29yrs

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Sally Adkins
about 3 years ago
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What I loved working at #RiteAidPharmacy

Having access and use to Purchasing Power. This was a company that you could purchase a wide variety of items and have payments taking directly out of your paycheck, paying for the items in either six months or a year. This is something a lot of employers should look into.

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Lynn Krauss
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That is awesome. Then next month I can get it taking out but do they deliver the meds to you that would be great with a charge,and if so how much?

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Don Crawford
almost 4 years ago
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How do I learn about Rite-Aid's pharmacy tech certification process?

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Michaella DeBrito
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Have you tried looking on their website?

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Justin Boroughs
over 3 years ago
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Interested in working at this D.Cntr. location

My name is Justin I have worked for this company from August 2004 to May 2008 I have all the skills necessary. Unfortunately every time I put App. in I get feedback quoting from H.R. that they are looking for more qualified personnel. I was an outstanding/very flexible/productive/quality/safety first oriented worker who is aware I need to work my way back up. Still have all forklift certificates still. My question is why I am being declined so I can improve to get the job. I want to work for a great Com. I am fully aware of. I am currently waiting back to hear when I start at Electrolux but would rather take this interview if available, thanks. Hope to hear positive feedback soon.

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Genevieve Legrand
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Hello Justin, I would recommend calling the store and speaking with the hiring manager about your application and qualifications. Here is their phone number: (410) 297-6000 Best of luck!

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Sandy Btyan
about 3 years ago
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Question about part time pharmacy tech.

I was wondering if you need a resume to get a interview. I do not have one but would be happy to give you all my back ground if I can get an interview. THANK YOU

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Sandy! If you have any questions about the application process for Rite Aid, I would recommend reaching out to them directly--their number is (318) 361-5880.

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