Headlands Research

Pharmacy Technician

Job Locations US-CA-Rolling Hills Estates
Patient-Facing: Clinic Staff
Position Type
Full Time





Together with Headlands Research, Peninsula Research Associates are dedicated to enhancing clinical trial delivery within our communities. As a leading network of advanced clinical trial sites, we leverage cutting-edge technology and exceptional support services to broaden outreach and participation. Founded in 2018, our rapidly growing company currently operates 18 sites across the US and Canada, with plans for further expansion.


Want to be a part of a growing company that’s making a difference in our world? You’ll enjoy a friendly and exciting culture with opportunities for growth and advancement. We offer the following generous benefits to our full-time employees:

  • A range of PPO and HMO medical and dental plans
  • Vision coverage, long term disability plan, and life/AD&D coverage
  • 401k plan
  • Paid holidays and paid time off
  • A welcoming work environment



The Role


Artemis is looking for a Pharmacy Technician for the San Diego office. Under the supervision of the Site Director, the Pharmacy Technician will be responsible for supporting various activities associated with the day-to-day operations of the research department in the conduct of clinical trials.


Position Type: Full-time

Pay Range: $23-$27/hr

Location: Rolling Hills Esates, CA - no remote work

Travel: 0%

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm



  • Management of all pharmacy-related tasks to include IP management (inventory, ordering, purging, etc) pharmacy organization, and temperature recording
  • The primary unblinded staff member on all studies which require an unblinded role
  • Dispensation of IP via IWRS, including completion of IP related forms and ensuring quality check(s) are performed as specified in the Artemis manual
  • Management and inventory of rescue/prescription medications
  • Management of pharmacy-related third party vendor contracts
  • Perform inventory audits and purchase supplies as needed
  • Management of IP return and destruction per study-specific guidance



  • Must have a current and active Pharmacy Technician license in the state of California
  • Customer service experience and ability to calmly and professionally resolve customer issues with diplomacy and tact
  • Follows established systems to optimize efficiency and quality
  • A high degree of organization and planning: Plan, organizes, schedules in an efficient, productive manner, focusing on key priorities
  • High level of communication: Speaks and writes clearly and articulately without being verbose
  • Sets high standards: Expects personal performance and team performance to be nothing short of the best
  • A strong work ethic: Willing to step in to assist the team when needed
  • A team player who can receive and provide constructive feedback
  • Act as a back-up in the laboratory, ensuring out of office coverage (including but not limited to blood draws, specimen processing, and kit ordering)
  • Support EDC entry as needed
  • Assist operations team with administrative duties as needed



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