A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The position is responsible to perform pharmacy technician duties within the HomeMed Distribution area. Including, but not limited to, prescription drug and supply picking, pre-checking of patient orders, preparing of orders for pharmacist review, delivering orders to patient locations, and other duties as assigned under the supervision of a pharmacist.
Core Competencies Include: Pick delivery slip supply and No-Mix Drug components to fulfill patient orders according to area quality and productivity standards. Accurately record drug lot numbers and fill quantities on dispensing delivery slip. Deliver orders to the correct patient and location. Communicate with department staff and patients/caregivers when established deadlines cannot be achieved. Prepare treatment supply kits according to area standards and activity requirements. Operate and maintain Departmental vehicles and equipment according to policy and State and Federal Regulations. Maintain Mileage/Gas logs and Monthly Vehicle Inspection checklist. Assist with recycling area generated packaging materials. Operate a Forklift.
ASSOCIATE POSITION DUTIES:
Learning area core competencies:
Gather data for review by a higher level technician, Technician Coordinator, Pharmacist or Supervisor/Manager. Works dependently on area tasks with oversight or coordination of activities by a higher level technician, Technician Coordinator, Pharmacist or Supervisor/Manager.
INTERMEDIATE POSITION DUTIES:
Able to perform the area Associate level pharmacy technician tasks and all of the following:
Able to demonstrate competence and adherence to area core competencies. Interprets area data and assess out of range specs and initiate action per policy or escalate findings as appropriate to area Technician Coordinator, Pharmacist or Supervisor/Manager. Works independently on area tasks with oversight or coordination of activities by a higher level technician, Technician Coordinator, Pharmacist or Supervisor/Manager. Acts as a shadow partner for new hires. Perform area out of cycle work. Demonstrates an awareness and dedication to fulfilling of area objectives and productivity goals.
Pharmacy Technician Associate
High school diploma or equivalent
State of Michigan Pharmacy Technician License is required
Proficient communication skills, including fluency in writing, reading, and speaking English. Proficient computer skills and literacy, including keyboarding and Windows-based programs.
Proficient in basic mathematics.
Ability to travel from point A to B
Licensure & Certification
Newly hired pharmacy technicians must have evidence that they have obtained a valid Michigan Pharmacy Technician License on or before their hire date. This can include a Full Michigan Pharmacy Technician License or a Temporary Michigan Pharmacy Technician License. If a technician obtains a Temporary Michigan Pharmacy Technician License on or before their date of hire, they must obtain a Full Michigan Pharmacy Technician License within 1 year of hire date or before the Temporary Michigan Pharmacy Technician License expires, whichever is sooner.
The employee will be able to perform the assigned duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodations. This position requires knowledge and proficient use of computers and various computer applications. These duties require fine motor coordination/dexterity, the ability to grasp, vision with or without corrective aids adequate for fine motor tasks and computer skills. The position requires the employee to have the ability to sit and stand for long periods of time. The job requires the physical demands of reaching, pushing, walking, going up and down stairs, and regularly lifting 35 pounds and occasionally lifting up to and including 70 pounds, with or without the use of assistive/adaptive devices. This job requires visual acuity and fine motor skills to operate a Fork Lift.
Most comply with all UMHS Occupational Health requirements including annual Flu immunization.
Ability to perform a wide range of physical activity: lifting, pulling, bending, manual dexterity movements
Ability to follow oral and written instructions, prioritize with accuracy and dependability
Fluency in reading, writing and speaking English.
*Requirements for Pharmacy Technician Intermediate
In addition to the above listed requirements, in order to be placed at the intermediate level, candidate must have prior work experience at the Associate level and must demonstrate the ability to perform the Intermediate position duties listed above (see Responsibilities)
Current Pharmacy Technician Certification from PTCB
One year or more of technician experience or completion of a Pharmacy Technician training program
Experience in the home infusion pharmacy environment
State of Michigan Chauffer's License within 30 days of hire
Experience working in a team environment
Proficient in operating within Web-based and Windows environments with experience in use of the following software: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access
Full Time - Days (hours of operation between 7am-7pm, days of operation Monday-Saturday) Holidays and Sundays on call
This position may be underfilled at a lower classification depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate.
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