Pharmacy technicians have a lot of responsibly, as they work side-by-side with pharmacists in the pharmacy to stock, assemble, and distribute prescription medication. As a pharmacy tech, you will mix medicines, count pills, measure and label medication, and interact with both healthcare professionals and customers. Since you will be taking prescription orders over the phone or in person, potentially giving customers instructions on how to take their medication and entering information into the pharmacy database, strong communication, and computer skills are key. To work travel pharmacy tech jobs, you should be detail-oriented, very organized, and dependable. Pharmacists rely heavily on pharmacy techs to assist them throughout the day. Pharmacy tech jobs are on the rise and they are growing at a faster rate than many other healthcare industry travel jobs.
To work travel pharmacy tech jobs, you need to have is a high school diploma or GED, and then most pharmacies require that you complete a pharmacy technician program or become a certified pharmacy technician. The additional training ensures that you have knowledge of medication and dosage requirements, an understanding of pharmacy law and medical terminology, and an understanding of how to operate online prescription databases.
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