Entry-level Pharmacy Technician Resume Examples & Guide

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By Kellie Hanna, CPRW, Career Advice Expert Last Updated: September 23, 2021
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Resourceful entry-level pharmacy technician with clinical and educational experience with prescriptions, automatic dispensing machine troubleshooting, and project management. Forward thinking team player with expertise on business operations that completed the National Pharmacy Technician Certification exam in FY14. Enthusiastic retail and hospital specialist seeking to leverage background into a pharmacy technician role with a progressive organization. Pharmacy law and ethics Pharmac

Commonly prescribed brand and generic drugs Medical terminology

y clinical/science applications Drug dosage and calculations Prescription refills

2014 2014 Associate of Science: Business Management Greenville Technical College Diploma: Pharmacy Technician Greenville Technical College Greenville, SC GPA: 4.0/.40 Relevant coursework includes Medical Terminology, English Composition, General Psychology, Microcomputer Applications, Anatomy and Physiology, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Pharmacy, Therapeutic Agents, Pharmacological Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmacy Math, Pharmacy Practice, Therapeutic Agents II, Pharmacy Technician Math, and Pharmacy Technician Practicum St Francis Hospital – Greenville, SC, May 2014 – July 2014 Walgreens – Greer, SC, March 2014 – May 2014


06/2008 to Current Associate Company Name Greer, SC Received employee of the month accolade. Streamline operational efficiencies, ensuring on-time food preparation. Partner with chef/cooks to determine menu plans for special events or occasions. Ensure proper equipment functionality, checking temperatures of freezers, refrigerators, and heating apparatus. Boost quality scores, monitoring food and ingredient freshness to track old and new items while rotating stock. Meet daily production goals, accurately completing day-to-day kitchen objectives from management. Reduce costs and save money, weighing/measuring ingredients while correctly portioning food. Increase safety ratings, cooking food properly and on time to boost customer satisfaction ratings.