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  • Pharmacy Assistant – Sudbury, Ontario

    Are you interested in joining a dynamic and experienced team that is committed to helping those suffering from addiction? Are you the type of person that always sees the positive side of things and strives to be the best you can be?

    If you are looking to improve the lives of our patients while working in a fast-paced, challenging and rewarding work environment, this is the opportunity for you!

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction as a:

    Pharmacy Assistant in Sudbury, ON
    1 Temporary Part-Time


    About the Position

    We are seeking candidates who are compassionate, caring and who can understand the challenges our patients and their families face. As the ideal candidate you are a pharmacy assistant who is responsible for assisting the pharmacy team in the preparations of medications and supporting them with optimal patient care. Working within a busy pharmacy or clinical environment, you have excellent communication and time-management skills.

    As a member of the patient care team, you will perform key functions such as providing assistance with technical functions for patients, while assisting the pharmacist in the safe and effective delivery of medication. You have completed post-secondary education in Pharmacy or related field and a minimum of two (2) years of relevant experience. With at least two years’ experience with Kroll Software and proficient with the Microsoft Platform; you have excellent pharmacy management and technical skills.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates are asked to submit their resume in confidence, quoting file number: 001-CATP-062 to careers@canatc.ca

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    Canadian Addiction Treatment Pharmacy (CATP) remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.