interview for pharmacy tech..?

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TifanieMarie

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i have one tomorrow at walmart at least im pretty sure its for a pharm-tech, i applied online for it soo..

1. is there anything in particular i should expect

2. do you think they will be interviewing me for a general position and move me up to pharm tech or just the tech position i have no experience.. someone asked me that and until then i was just thinking its for the tech position, do they do it the other way?

i dont want a different position, i applied a while ago and i wasnt expecting to have a job anytime soon but if its for a tech i want it, should i ask straight up? or will that be bad?

im so nervous.
 

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If you applied for the pharm tech position, it should be what they're interviewing you for. They'll probably put you through some orientation class so you know what to do. I just got hired by CVS, and I have no experience either. I don't think they mind if you're just part time like I am. They just asked about my work experience (I have none haha) and schedule. It might be different for you since I live an hour away from the city, where a bunch of old rich people live, and there aren't any kids out here with pharm tech certification for part time work.
 

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Don't worry if you have no experience. Everyone has to start somewhere. Just emphasize that you're a fast learner and that you work hard. Don't forget to smile and give a firm handshake. :thumbup:
 

hqd003

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I dont know if this is gonna be the same for you, but when I got interviewed for my pharm tech position, there were a lot of questions about customer service...just make sure that you emphasize that the customer is #1

As long as you have a pharm tech license, you should get hired as a pharm tech, but if you don't, then they might hire you as a pharmacy clerk

Good luck!
 
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