The Pharmacy Technician works under the supervision and
direction of a pharmacist in providing pharmacy services, inventory
management and completing pharmacy duties in accordance with state
or federal Pharmacy laws. The incumbent will provide professional,
courteous and efficient customer service to Pharmacy customers. The
Pharmacy Technician performs limited pharmacy services and duties
associated with the stocking, preparation, labeling, dispensing and
delivery of medications, including sterile admixtures and
prepackaged or unit dose drugs under the close supervision of a
pharmacist. The essential functions of the Pharmacy Technician
include the following: Assists in filling, preparing and
delivery of medications
Packages and labels medications appropriately
Compounds or admixes ingredients appropriately under the
supervision of the pharmacist.
Compounds extemporaneous medications for dispensing, cart fill
and sterile preparation.
Determines the appropriate formula for drug to be compounded,
and weighs and accurately measures needed amounts.
May perform IV admixtures using aseptic techniques and in
compliance with accepted regulatory standards.
May enter medication orders from doctors' order
sheets/prescriptions and fills according to label, ensuring that
the correct product is dispensed and that the dosage form and
charge quantity are in accordance with formulary; enters correct
Performs designated tasks regarding pharmacy quality control,
management of pharmacy records, inventory control and preparation
of order for drugs.
Assists in maintaining pharmacy drug stock by regularly checking
for products that are outdated and/or low in inventory level.
Assists with the essential functions related to drug purchasing
and inventory control in an appropriate manner (ex. ordering and
receiving of medications and supplies).
Labels and stocks shelves
Stores IV's and supplies appropriately
Monitors/checks appropriate storage of drugs
Maintains automated dispensing inventories
Communicates immediately with all appropriate staff members when
inventory levels are low.
Processes orders for stock medication from units or clinic areas
in order to ensure good pharmacy service is provided.
Helps patients and medical staff with non-judgmental questions
under the direct supervision of a pharmacist preceptor.
Supports pharmacy staff as requested.
Creates and maintains medication records.
Responsible for charges and credits of medicationsAnswers phone
and directs calls appropriately.
Maintains a clean pharmacyAssist in maintenance of Quality
Assurance IndicatorsResolves discrepancies, troubleshoots and runs
reports from the automated dispensing machine (ADM).
The ideal Pharmacy Technician will have strong and excellent
verbal and written communication skills.
Location/Facility BSWH - Irving ( Inpatient ) For more
information on the facility, please click our Locations link
Specialty/Department/Practice: Pharmacy Shift/Schedule
Evening shift - Every - other weekend Benefits Our
competitive benefits package includes*: Immediate eligibility for
health and welfare benefits 401(k) savings plan with
dollar-for-dollar match up to 5% Tuition Reimbursement PTO accrual
beginning Day 1 *Note: Benefits may vary based upon position type
and/or level. QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION - H.S. Diploma/GED Equivalent
EXPERIENCE - A minimum of 1 year experience required
Pharmacy Technician (PHT)