Don’t have a Pharmacy Technician license?
As a new hire you will receive free training with our exclusive Rite Aid Pharmacy Technician Training & Certification Program. Of course, you will need to successfully complete the program to continue working as a Rite Aid Pharmacy Technician.
What we are looking for
Taking care of patients is not a 9-5 job. Our Pharmacy Technicians come into this role knowing that they will be working weekdays, weekends, evening shifts, and some holidays. Because we work as a team, we all work together to be reasonably flexible to make all of our schedules work. It is because of the friendly, team oriented and welcoming attitude of our Pharmacy Technicians that make Rite Aid the pharmacy of choice for our customers and patients and also for our employees.
Here are few more qualities we are looking for:
General physical demands:
Ask any Rite Aid Pharmacist, and they will tell you the backbone of any Rite Aid pharmacy is the Pharmacy Technician. There is a chance this could be you! This is a part time role located at our store or another store that may have openings in and around this area.
If you are looking for:
Who we are
Rite Aid is a company dedicated to the health and wellness of the communities we serve. Our Pharmacy Technicians know many of their patients on a first name basis, including entire families! We may be a little bias but we think we offer some of the best benefits in the industry. And especially for our Pharmacy Technicians, we provide upfront training that leads to a Pharmacy Technician certification within 6 months of employment.
What our Pharmacy Technicians do
The main role of a Pharmacy Technician is to function independently (after being trained and within the scope of the pharmacy technician certification) so that the Pharmacist can work at the top of their pharmacist license including spending significant time counseling patients.
A day in the life of our Pharmacy Technicians
If you have ever worked in a retail environment, you know there is no typical day. However, here are some typical things you can expect to do regularly: