Pharmacy Technician I, Central Pharmacy, 2nd shift, High Point Medical Center
SCHEDULE: 2nd shift (1500-2330) with weekend and holiday rotaton
JOB DESCRIPTION: Prepares and delivers unit dose and sterile preparation medications for adult and pediatric patients. Participates in quality and process improvement activities of the Inpatient Pharmacy. Assists pharmacists in providing high quality pharmaceutical care. Attends periodic area meetings. Attends required in services and skills development courses. Shares responsibility with pharmacists and management for oversight of activities in the area; assumes responsibility for inventory management; serves as mentor for new technicians; demonstrates competency of specialized skills. Operate automation for medication dispensing as well as advanced training in hazardous compounding. Will be expected to uphold the hospital's key values and to be a team player at all times. Maintains technician certification.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
- Successful completion of a Pharmacy Technology course preferred.
- One year previous pharmacy experience preferred.
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, and/or REGISTRATION:
- PTCB technician certification (CPhT) preferred.
- North Carolina Board of Pharmacy registration required within 30 days of employment.
- PTCB technician certification (CPhT) within 90 days of employment.
1. Assists the pharmacist in preparing and processing medication orders/prescriptions to ensure that patients and departments receive medications when needed and are accurately charged for services.
2. Works cooperatively with others and organizes daily workflow to optimize output.
3. Assists with stock maintenance to ensure that quality in-date drug products and supplies are available when needed.
4. Provides pharmacy service to the patient care areas.
5. Participates in the team approach to quality improvement to support the Pharmacy Department's commitment to the philosophy and principles of Total Quality.
6. Maintains updated knowledge and skills and contributes to the education of others.
7. Participates in planning processes by establishing personal goals to support quality improvement efforts and contribute to the achievement of departmental objectives.
8. Adheres to the general hospital standards to promote a cooperative work environment by utilizing communication skills, interpersonal relationships and team building.
9. Provides age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with Age Specific Care Guidelines for the specific age groups served.
- Strong emphasis on basic math skills
- Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to talk with patients/caregivers and others to obtain and provide information in a professional manner
- Solid typing and computer skills
- Good organizational skills
- Subject to many interruptions and fast-paced environment
- Moderate stress level
- Possible exposure to potentially hazardous and toxic substances
- Noise generated from telephones, computers/printers, robot, hoods, and oral communication
- Potential exposure to infections and contagious diseases
- Possible exposure to the risk of bloodborne pathogens and/or airborne pathogens
- Possible exposure to latex
- Possible exposure to cytotoxic (chemotherapeutic) agents
- Potential for criminal activity (robbery, etc.)
- Subject to changes in work schedules and areas to meet customer/department needs
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