Pharmacy Tech

Reedsburg Area Medical Center Reedsburg , WI 53958

Posted 3 weeks ago

JOB DESCRIPTION: DETAILS Position Summary: Join our team and be part of the progressive pharmacy talent that makes RAMC a great place to work. The pharmacy technician is responsible for providing a high level of customer service when interacting with healthcare providers and answering phone calls. Primary work area is the Hospital central pharmacy, but the incumbent maybe cross trained in the retail pharmacies. #Pharmacy technicians are responsible for: sterile and non-sterile compounding, preparation of hazardous drugs, cleaning sterile products rooms per USP 797/800 standards, prescription data entry, filling and counting medications, inventory control and management, accurate insurance billing, financial reconciliation, and updating patient information.# Pharmacy technicians support the medication distribution process and replenishment of medications in the automated dispensing cabinets on the patient care units and clinical areas. The incumbent will be expected to handle hazardous drugs (chemotherapy) with appropriate primary and secondary engineering controls Education and Training Required: A minimum of high-school diploma or equivalent with competency of basic English and Math skills. Knowledgeable in relevant state and federal regulations and pharmacy policies and practices. Valid Wisconsin Driver#s license. National Certification (CPhT) preferred. Completion of pharmacy technician training or equivalent, as determined by Pharmacy Director. Experience: Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Physical

Requirements:
Physical Demands: Frequent walking, standing, sitting, reaching, manual/fine dexterity, grasping, and hearing-close distance. Occasional bending, twisting, crawling, kneeling and squatting. Occasional ability to lift/carry or push/pull up to 50 pounds. Sight: Near and far vision is required in order to visualize computer screens, review documents, assist patients and other members of the healthcare team. Cognition/Communication: Ability to participate in all aspect of communication in regards to writing, reading, math, hearing and comprehensive speech skills. Environmental Conditions: Work is largely performed in a pleasant, indoor hospital environment. Potential Hazards: Occasional exposure to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals. Occasional exposure to hazardous material such as needle puncture, blood and body fluids. Psychological, Situational, Functional Factors: Able to multitask, remain flexible. Maintain interpersonal skills, deep conversation, work effectively alone, take initiative # handle stressful situations. Is capable of being creative, problem solve, make decisions and manage difficult situations.
  • JOB DESCRIPTION DETAILS

  • Position Summary:

  • A Pharmacy Technician is responsible and accountable for assisting the professional pharmacy staff in all areas pertaining to the provision of care.

  • Education and Training Required:

  • A minimum of high-school diploma or equivalent with competency of basic English and Math skills.

  • Knowledgeable in relevant state and federal regulations and pharmacy policies and practices.

  • Valid Wisconsin Driver's license.

  • National Certification (CPhT) preferred.

  • Completion of pharmacy technician training or equivalent, as determined by Pharmacy Director.

  • Experience:

  • Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Physical Requirements:

  • Physical Demands:

  • Frequent walking, standing, sitting, reaching, manual/fine dexterity, grasping, and hearing-closedistance.

  • Occasional bending, twisting, crawling, kneeling and squatting.

  • Occasional ability to lift/carry or push/pull up to 50 pounds.

  • Sight:

  • Near and far vision is required in order to visualize computer screens, review documents, assistpatients and other members of the healthcare team.

  • Cognition/Communication:

  • Ability to participate in all aspect of communication in regards to writing, reading, math, hearing andcomprehensive speech skills.

  • Environmental Conditions:

  • Work is largely performed in a pleasant, indoor hospital environment.

  • Potential Hazards:

  • Occasional exposure to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals.

  • Occasional exposure to hazardous material such as needle puncture, blood and body fluids.

  • Psychological, Situational, Functional Factors:

  • Able to multitask, remain flexible.

  • Maintain interpersonal skills, deep conversation, work effectively alone, take initiative & handlestressful situations.

  • Is capable of being creative, problem solve, make decisions and manage difficult situations.

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