Children''s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics Technician I, Pharmacy in Kansas City, Missouri

Job Responsibilities:

Under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist, assists in the preparation and distribution of medications using appropriate pharmaceutical technique, computer programs and various technical automation equipment.

Job Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent

  • No experience necessary / on-the-job training

  • Pharmacy Technician Registration or ability to obtain registration required

  • Minimum typing speed: 30 wpm

  • Medical terminology

  • Various automation programs

  • Telephone communication

  • Basic PC skills

To complete the application process for this position you must:

Fill out a traditional application by clicking the "APPLY ONLINE" button at the bottom of this page. Partial applications will not be considered.

Submit a video interview by clicking the link below or copying and pasting the link into your internet browser.

You will have 1 week to complete both the application and the video interview.

To begin your video interview, click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser:

https://childrensmercy.hirevue.com/signup/haFJDsCfKCD7KwG4cfrFC4/

Should we decide to consider you for a position a Recruiter will contact you to set up a face to face interview with the hiring managers. If you are not being considered for a Pharmacy Technician position with the hospital, you will receive notification via e-mail and status updates on your CMH Profile. Otherwise we will retain your video for all future Pharmacy Technician positions with the hospital.

Again, we appreciate your interest in Children's Mercy Hospital.

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