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Receptionist

Pueblo Community College

Receptionist

Pueblo, CO
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    THE PURPOSE OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS TO GATHER INFORMATION FROM INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN BEING AN INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME) WITHIN THIS PROGRAM. THIS EMPLOYMENT IS ON A COURSE BY COURSE BASIS. INDIVIDUALS ARE USUALLY ASSIGNED TO ONE, OR MORE, CLASSES FOR A SINGLE SEMESTER, BASED ON PROGRAM NEEDS. THESE POSITIONS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS THROUGH THE COLLEGE. AS THESE ASSIGNMENTS ARE TO FILL A TEMPORARY PART-TIME NEED, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE, EMPLOYMENT. THERE MAY, OR MAY NOT, BE INSTRUCTOR POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THE FACULTY CHAIR MAY, AT THEIR DISCRETION, CONTACT YOU WHEN THEY HAVE AN INSTRUCTOR OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE, WHICH YOU MAY BE ABLE TO ASSIST THEM WITH, BASED ON YOUR EDUCATION, BACKGROUND, EXPERIENCE, AND AVAILABILITY.

    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    This certificate program is offered in one-semester (five courses). It provides instruction in basic pharmacy theories. Courses cover patient data input, processing prescriptions, medical insurance procedures, drug classifications and drug calculations. Learning experiences include lecture, lab, and clinical exposure in local retail and hospitals pharmacies. Students are required to complete a total of 90 clinical hours. Sites and times of clinical hours may vary. The majority of clinic hours will be day shift. A few evening shifts may be available. To ensure success in this class, you should have knowledge of basic algebra, proportional calculations, both reading/writing skills, keyboarding and computer skills. This program prepares you to work in a pharmacy setting under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist, performing activities that do not require the professional judgment of a pharmacist.

    FROM THE PHARMACY TECHNICIAN COORDINATOR:

    1. What are the degree requirements someone would have to fulfill to teach within your program?

      1. What discipline? Pharmacy
      2. What level (AA, BA, MA, PHD, etc.)? Certificate or AAS
    2. Are there any certifications required to teach in your program? Certified Pharmacy Technician

    3. Are there any licenses required to teach in your program? No

    4. Are there any other minimum qualifications an individual would need to instruct in your program? No

    5. Is there any information you would like potential applicants to be aware of as they are considering submitting an application to instruct in your program? No

    6. Other than minimum requirements, are there any other items that you would want to have submitted as part of an application packet for an instructor position (i.e. sample work, teaching plan, teaching philosophy, etc.) Experience in the field for vocational credentialing.

    Required Skills Required Experience