The Southcentral Foundation (SCF) Pharmacy Technician position is responsible for working under the direct supervision of a licensed Pharmacist and performs a variety of complex technical functions in the pharmacy which require application of an extensive knowledge of pharmaceuticals and pharmacy practice.
This position has two (2) levels designed to provide progressively more responsible and independent work experiences. Progression between job levels is based on qualifications and the demonstrated ability to successfully handle more progressively responsible assignments.
SCF programs are established to serve a primary population comprised of Alaska Native people who are affiliated with Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) and Alaska Native and American Indian people within SCF's geographical service area. Employees should have a thorough understanding of the cultures and the needs of this population. Such knowledge is critical to ensure the achievement of SCF's vision of a Native Community that enjoys physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness, and mission of working together with the Native Community to achieve wellness through health and related services:
High school diploma or GED.
Current Alaska Pharmacy Technician license OR obtain within thirty (30) days of hire.
Additional Qualifications for Pharmacy Technician II:
Certification as a Pharmacy Technician through the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP).
Two (2) years of experience in a pharmacy setting OR demonstrated proficiency as a Pharmacy Technician I at Southcentral Foundation.
Employee Health Requirements:
Compliance with our Employee Health procedure is a condition of SCF employment. You are required to agree that you will comply with all job-related employee health screening and immunizations prior to your first day of employment. Jobs designated as a Health Care Personnel (HCP) position, requires that you have documentation that you have completed the following immunizations prior to your first day of employment: MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Hepatitis B, Influenza, and T-dap (Tetanus