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David Smith, CphT
1012 Washington Dr.
Newark, NJ 07543
A disciplined and detail-oriented Certified Pharmacy Technician with over 9 years of experience in the long-term care setting, reflecting:
-knowledge of drug names, strengths, classes
-ability to read, comprehend, and dispense prescriptions
-ability to build and restock nursing home emergency kits
-sound decision-making, seeking pharmacist assistance when necessary
-knowledgeable of federal and state law as it pertains to the long-term care pharmacy setting
-experience with reordering dispensed medication and maintaining appropriate inventory
-skilled at data entry/operating a computer
Excellent communication skills, speak Spanish and English, ability to interact with people on all levels. Conscientious and focused, with a reputation for integrity, reliability, and efficiency.
2000-2009 Omnicare Pharmacy in Newark, NJ
Unit Dose Supervisor
Supervised the Unit Dose Department made up of 22 certified pharmacy technicians. Lead morning meetings, participated in interviewing new applicants, reported to the Pharmacy Manager.
-Maintained high level of department accuracy in dispensing of prescriptions for delivery to local nursing homes.
-Cooperated with other departments towards the goal of quality assurance and customer satisfaction.
-Achieved superior levels of morale as reported by Unit Dose team leaders.
Newark Community TechnicalCollege in Newark, NJ
-Associates Degree in Health Sciences with an emphasis on Pharmacology
-Student Body President in 1999
Newark Central High School in Newark, NJ
-High School Diploma, with Honors
-Football Team Captain
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