Performs a variety of clerical, distributive, technical and data gathering duties in order to provide medications to patients and support the pharmacists.
Develops competence in dispensing and delivery of medications. This includes developing competence in the department’s use of information systems, technology, and automation used for dispensing and storage of medications.
Develops competence in preparing non-sterile products following USP, state, and federal recommendations, as required.
Develops competence in entering medication orders in the computer system and/or processing medication requests via the computer system.
Develops competence in managing phone calls from customers and team members such as nurses, physicians or patients. This includes accurately understanding and interpreting the issue, timely resolution, or timely hand-off to another team member as appropriate.
Develops competence in pharmacy procedures and documentation as required, satisfying legal, regulatory, and department requirements of pharmacy practice.
Complies with legal, regulatory, accreditation standards. This includes (but is not limited to) controlled substance procedures, USP procedures and DNV requirements.
Fridays 1030 – 2100, Saturday through Monday 2030 – 0700.
Includes weekend and holiday rotation
Licenses & Certifications
Pharmacy Technician certification (CPhT) issued by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board needs to be obtained within 2 years.
High School Graduate.
Required Functional Experience
No experience required
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Good mathematics skills.Attention to details.Good communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills.Basic computer skills.