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210-pharmacy Tech II

Dimensions Health Care

This is a Contract position in Cheverly, MD posted June 15, 2020.

What You Will Do:Under the direct supervison of a pharmacist, performs the technical tasks involved with the storage, distribution, packaging and labeling of drugs. Completes associated recordkeeping and charging activities. Uses automated drug dispensing systems, vertical and laminar flow hoods, department pharmacy computer systems as required. Current registration with the Maryland Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technican.* Demonstrates a base knowledge or core drug information to support quality patient care. Includes generic and trade names of top 100 drugs, basic knowledge of antibiotic, critical care and emergency drug classifications. Demonstrates a knowledge of identified medication precautions.* Completes prescribed mathematical calculations used in unit dose medication preparation and complete annual competency examination.* Maintains a working knowledge of storage and handling requirements for available pharmaceuticals.* Prepares and processes unit dose patient medications.* Performs unit dose and cartfill medication filling with 100% accuracy and within prescribed time frame 98% of the time.* Completes required assignments in the selected pharmacy patient medication computer system (SMS), including crediting and billing medications, processing missing doses. generation of batch labels, production lists, fill lists, patient census and patient labels.* Performs medication filling, delivery, retrieval and trouble shooting for automated medication dispensing machines (i.e., PYXIS, Omnicell) and performs as prescribed.* Completes all labeling requirements for medication preparation and filling. Responsible persons initials, lot numbers, where appropriate, appropriate warning labels, and expiration dates are consistently present and legible.* Assists the pharmacist in all areas of unit dose patient medication processing and supervised non -IV extemporaneous compounding.What You Need to Be Successful:* GED or High School Diploma.* 1-3 year’s of related experience.* Current certification as a Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) from the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.* Must have at least one year of experience in a hospital pharmacy or one year directly related hospital, clinic or other medical experience.* Previous IV preparation experience is highly preferred.