2nd Year Intern in South Jordan UT

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2nd Year Intern
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South Jordan UT
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$19.50 PER HOUR


Under the direction of the Pharmacy Manager, the primary purpose of this position is to protect patients of Harmons pharmacies by ensuring they receive the correct medication for their condition and providing them information about their medications.This person will be filling and verifying prescriptions, counseling patients, consulting with other medical professionals, administering vaccines and providing exceptional customer service.


Follows established departmental and store policies and procedures

Ensures the pharmacy is clean, sanitized, well-maintained and meets company standards of appearance.

Delivers excellent customer service while assisting customers at the pharmacy counter, drive-thru and over the phone

Fills and verifies prescriptions

Identifies potential drug interactions

Consults with other medical professionals regarding prescriptions

Counsels patients about their medications, possible interactions and gives recommendations for over-the-counter medications

Administers immunizations

Provides information for internal and third party audits

Enters new prescriptions into the system

Files prescription paperwork

Submits refill requests to doctors over the phone and electronically

Submits insurance claims and inquires about insurance problems

Receives and stocks product for the pharmacy

Removes product from the shelves according to Harmons expiration date policies

Completes assigned tasks efficiently and in a timely manner

Sets a professional and positive example to others

Communicates effectively and works closely with the Pharmacy Manager

Ensures company standards for safety, sanitation, and productivity are maintained

Must be fully vaccinated for Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Performs other job-related duties as assigned


Consistent and daily interaction with store associates

Consistent and daily interaction with customers

Consistent and daily interaction with doctor s offices and insurance companies


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

A 4 year college degree; currently enrolled in an accredited pharmacy program; or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

Must have current Utah Pharmacist Intern License and CPR certification

Advanced knowledge of prescription drug information and interactions

Ability to administer immunizations using proper technique

Working knowledge of pharmacy and dispensing laws

Ability to multitask

Advanced knowledge in medical and pharmacy terminology, effects of prescription drugs, etc.

Basic math skills

Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite

Ability to interpret policies and procedures

Excellent organization and planning skills

Must possess solid communication skills, including verbal and listening skills in order to effectively and efficiently communicate with diverse groups of people

Ability to professionally and appropriately handle conflict

Must possess the ability to accept constructive review and be accountable for one s own success as well as the success of your team

Required to make logical, significant decisions using general, recognized analytical skills and techniques

Must possess integrity, a positive attitude, be mission-driven, and be self-directed with a demonstrated passion for Harmon mission and commitment to working collaboratively

Continually strives to be product minded, customer minded, personnel minded, detailed, consistent and forward focused

Ability to work weekends, evenings and holidays


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Work is generally performed in a safe and comfortable pharmacy environment with the possibility of infrequent exposure to hot, cold and wet conditions. While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to grasp, push, pull, carry, stoop, twist, crouch, and reach; perform tasks requiring repetitive motion and eye, hand and foot coordination; hear and respond to customer inquiries.Also requires standing, walking and bending throughout the entire work day and the ability to maneuver objects weighing up to 30 pounds from location to location.

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