AMI provides medical services to international aid organizations, humanitarian concerns, the private sector and government agencies in a wide range of remote and challenging environments.
We have a large presence in North, East and West Africa as well as the Middle East. The services we provide range from primary and emergency care, aeromedical evacuation and crisis response to medical supply chain management, procurement, and hospital staffing and management.
We have a well-compensated opportunity for Pharmacy Technician interested in delivering care in a region of pressing need and boundless opportunity.
AMI covers visa costs, flights, and accommodation.
Accept written prescriptions or refill requests from patients and evaluating information for completeness and accuracy.
Deliver quality customer service to patients, respond to inquiries, questions, or requests, and refer them to the pharmacist for medical information.
Verify the accuracy of patient information.
Count prescription medication, fill prescriptions, type and attach medication labels.
Perform inventory audits and purchasing supplies and medication.
Process patient insurance.
Diploma : Graduation from a formal Pharmacy Technician training program.
Certification by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).
Experience : Actively practicing in the specialty with minimum experience of three (3) years.
Full, detailed and most updated resume / CV.
Must be able to speak and understand English Language.