Are you a detailed person who likes to work in a fast paced environment? Do you enjoy helping people, learning, and working with a team? Are you interested in having the opportunity to earn while you learn? Dartmouth-Hitchcock Workforce Readiness Institute is looking for motivated individuals for the Certified Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship Training Program.
Up to 16 individuals will be selected and hired by Dartmouth-Hitchcock to become Certified Pharmacy Technicians in our Outpatient (retail) or Inpatient (hospital) Pharmacies. During the 9 week training period students earn college credits and an hourly training wage. At the end of the 9 week training students will sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) exam.
This full time hands-on training program includes both classroom and pharmacy training. Courses offered include Healthcare Professional Communication, Processing and Handling of Medications and Medication Orders, Procurement, Billing, Reimbursement, and Patient & Medication Safety.
Interested individuals are welcome to join us for an information session on Monday January 7th at DHMC from 6:00-7:30pm.
This opportunity could be a great fit if you are:
An Investigator: you are interested in solving a problem, in figuring out how to save a patient money, in learning how equipment works, in understanding a process and how to improve it.
Excited about Technology: would enjoy working with the advanced robotics and informatics that are involved in dosing and dispensing drugs and medicine.
Motivated by Helping People: you gain satisfaction in your work from helping people – whether they are your patients, patient families, pharmacy and clinical colleagues.
A Patient Advocate and Clinical Partner: able to empathize with the stressful life situations that your customers are experiencing and able to put their needs first through empathy, patience and personal resilience.
Honorable: you have a high moral ethic, recognize the significance and importance of your work, and take pride in safeguarding patient prescriptions and doing the right thing.