Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – May 23, 2016
Worked as a pharmacy tech clerk, work duties is filling medications, labeling, counting. Inventory as needs.Consistent for IV kits, Stat boxes and simple compoundings. Packaging medications for delevered.
Good time is not work on Sunday. Bad time that job require to be done and send to nursing home. Sometime we got out from work around 10pm. I worked at Servant around six months, because Servant Pharmacy moved to Zebulon, NC. Which location very far from my home, I work short time, so I do not much opinion to said. Sorry!
Sometime we had free lunch. We had 1 hour for lunch.
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Daleville, VA – September 9, 2014
Typical work day is filling hundreds of prescriptions for long term care facilities I learned a lot about the pharmacy industry, a lot about the medications we filled My co-workers were ok The hardest part of my job were the long hours late into the am sometimes 1:00am or later Most enjoyable part of my job was learning new things everyday
Staff Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Roanoke VA – May 23, 2013
This is a company that lacks LEADERSHIP. The only positives that come to mind are a steady paycheck and a few awsome employees with whom I enjoy working. Otherwise, this would be a terrible place to work if you are looking for job growth and/or advancement. The branch I worked for expected 60+ hrs/week work for 40 hrs/week pay (salaried) while other employees were being paid time and a half. I hate that I even had to rate the management with one-star at all because ethics and values are virtually non-existent. As far as job security, I would think not. "Karma" tells me that SERVANT PHARMACY will not be around much longer. And should you decided to dive-in and take the risk, find your own health insurance, theres' isn't worth the paper it's written on. What I learned: All money isn't GOOD money! I appreciate the job I have now much more than I ever would have had it not been for the terrible experience my family and I endured while working for Servant Pharmacy.
steady paycheck every other friday, awsome technicians
Employees, management and atmosphere in Raleigh office is amazing! Upper management for company as a whole is ineffecient. Benefits are lower tier although Life insurance included. No 401K matching. Family owned and operated. Extended hours.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Manassas, VA – May 25, 2012
Lots of employee freedom which is a bit of a catch 22. Yes you can play music but u may have to listen to other people's radio. Yes, you can eat when and where u so please, but ur gonna have to put up with various food smells all day. Yes, rules are made as time goes by, but with this some things may become annoying overly structured or frusteratingly underdeveloped.
Plenty of hours. Reasonable pay, given that the setting is overall far less stressful and exhausting as retail settings.
No real long term incentives such as anual raises. Job security seems questionable. No matter how well you perform, its far less predictable weather or not you will keep your position for a long time.
often treated with provided lunch, with kind co workers. relaxed and social setting, with plenty of communication, no customer interaction.