Job Description

Location: Carney Hospital
Posted Date: 11/22/2023
Job Type: Full Time
Salary: Start range at $23.00
Department: 0401.54100 CARN Pharmacy

About Steward Health Care
Over a decade ago, Steward Health Care System emerged as a different kind of health care company designed to usher in a new era of wellness. One that provides our patients better, more proactive care at a sustainable cost, our providers unrivaled coordination of care, and our communities greater prosperity and stability.

As the country's largest physician-led, minority-owned, integrated health care system, our doctors can be certain that we share their interests and those of their patients. Together we are on a mission to revolutionize the way health care is delivered - creating healthier lives, thriving communities and a better world.

Based in Dallas, Steward currently operates more than 30 hospitals across Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

For more information, visit steward.org

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required

  • Working under the day to day supervision of the pharmacists and Pharmacy Leadership, the technician is responsible for the proper handling of medications. This includes but is not limited to: receiving, distribution, management of expiration dates, management of inventory in Pyxis, storage, repackaging, compounding, filling orders, delivering, and stocking. Additional and ongoing demonstration of intermediate skills in the practice of pharmacy as defined below are required. The job requires excellent communication skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Ordering/ Receiving
  • Assists with receiving order from wholesaler
  • Scans in delivery
  • Properly inventories/stickers delivery to ensure all items are received
  • Confirms that each med is “scannable”. Involves pharmacist when appropriate
  • Helps to maintain proper stock levels of drugs, supplies and solutions by Informing in writing, the need for an item when it is getting low
  • Repackages medications from bulk to unit-dose when necessary
  1. Compounding
  • Performs calculations for dosing, unit conversions, admixture volumes
  • Prepares clean room and sterile products area for daily use
  • Follows clean room policies and procedures
  • Prepares low and medium risk sterile and non-sterile compounds
  • Complies with Universal precautions and uses Aseptic technique when compounding
  1. Inventory Management
  • Checks expiration dates in and outside the department
  • Credits and debits patients in Meditech if meds reordered or returned
  • Resolves missing medication issues
  • Performs monthly floor inspections to ensure integrity of medications on the units and in patient care areas.
  • Ensures all medications are properly labeled
  • Properly disposes of medications, hazardous substances, sharps
  • Properly identifies and returns expired meds eligible for credit
  • Assists in semi-annual inventory activities as needed
  1. Fills Medication Orders
  • Receives labels and orders, and is able to accurately select proper drug, dosage form and strength
  • Accurately retrieves medications from ADC fill list
  • Neatly organizes filled meds for checking.
  • Accurately retrieves medications as requested at the window
  • Properly refills trays and kits including but not limited to: Code Trays, STEMI kits, anaphylaxis kits, “tackle boxes” in preparation for pharmacist to check.
  • Accurately fills OR Machines
  1. Communication
  • Uses exceptional customer service skills/communication to resolve issues
  • Answers phones and triages phone calls that need a pharmacists
  • Communicates well with nursing and other staff outside of the pharmacy department

  1. Professionalism
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism within and outside the department
  • Maintains excellent working relationships with others
  • Dresses professionally
  • Maintains a neat, clean and organized work area
  • Represents the department of pharmacy and acts as liaison if needed when outside the department
  • Complies with HIPAA policies
  • Supports the training of new staff
  • Manages time effectively and prioritizes accordingly
  1. Delivers medication
  • Performs routine rounds to patient care areas and units in timely manner
  • Delivers meds to proper location including but not limited to: ADC, Med Room or a nurse if requested.
  • Updates machines with current date for drug
  • Outdates meds in ADC at each delivery to machine
  • Returns meds from the floors when need
  1. Fills Automated Dispensing Cabinet (ADC)
  • Under stands process of loading and unloading
  • Fills ADC accurately by consistent use of scanner when required
  • Loads meds in a neat precise manner without overfilling pocket
  • Is able to trouble shoot minor equipment issues with ADC
  • Is able to reboot equipment as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
  1. Maintains Logs
  • Responsible for the daily accurate documentation of logs including but not limited to: refrigerators, hood cleaning, eye wash
  • Reports any omissions or errors

  1. Handle Controlled Substances
  • Understands the importance of excellent record keeping, accuracy and handoffs when dealing with controlled substances
  • Immediately reports any concerns/discrepancies to pharmacist or supervisor
  • Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.

1. Commits to recognize and respect cultural diversity for all customers (internal and external).

2. Communicates effectively with internal and external customers with respect of differences in cultures, values, beliefs and ages, utilizing interpreters when needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Basic math needed for compounding
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to patients visitors and staff

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSURE/TECHNICAL/OTHER:

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required
  2. Experience: 2 years of experience preferred
  3. Certification/Licensure: MA certification/license in the state of MA, CPhT and State registration as required
  4. Software/Hardware:
  5. Other: Performs Gloved finger-tip and media fill test as required


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