- Education/ Training:
- Minimum of High School diploma or GED.
- Certification by National Technician Certification Board
- Registration by Texas State Board of Pharmacy
- Completion of ACPE accredited Sterile Compounding & Aseptic Technique Course
- Satisfactory completion of post-offer, pre-employment background investigation and drug test required.
- Must have knowledge of pharmaceutical and medical terminology
- Must demonstrate a good understanding of age development issues relating to pediatric and geriatric pharmacotherapy
- Must demonstrate proficiency in pharmaceutical mathematics, pharmacy laws, rules and regulations.
- Must be able to handle mathematics, pharmacy laws, rules and regulations.
- Must be able to handle multiple tasks; good organizational skills, ability to set priorities, and meet deadlines.
- Must be proficient in use of calculators, unit dose packaging machines, and automated drug dispensing machines.
- Must have working knowledge of PC skills with ability to enter data accurately.
VII. Working Environment:
- Physical Demands
- Required to be mobile; must be able to reach, bend, stoop to floor level; push and lift.
- Routinely lift items weighing up to 30 pounds.
- Visual, Hearing and Dexterity Demands
- Visual acuity, manual dexterity and fine motor coordination are necessary to perform sterile manipulations in a laminar flow and biological safety cabinet environment.
- Must be able to work within limited and confined space.
Possible exposure to hazardous materials as defined by Material Safety Data Sheets.
Must be able to work weekends and holidays, rotate shifts as necessary
Must be able to take “CALL” as necessary.
Interface with patients, families, physicians, nursing staff and other related to the provision of patient services in a confidential manner.
- OSHA Exposure Category
- TB Risk Category
- Security Level
Category Clinical Restricted Access