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Rx relief: Clinical oncology pharmacy technician

Rx relief

This is a Full-time position in Brokenstraw, PA posted May 28, 2020.

Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Technician The Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Technician will help execute the direct technical procedures of drug admixture and preparation, along with supply and equipment management.

Under direct supervision of a registered pharmacist, working within a licensed pharmacy, you will perform the technical aspects of medication preparation, distribution, record keeping and inventory control.

Are you an Inpatient Pharmacy Technician looking to gain Oncology experience?

We encourage you to apply to be in consideration for this position!

They are open to skilled Inpatient Pharmacy Technicians with the motivation to learn the Oncology setting.

Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Technician Job Specifics and Requirements: Area: Must be able to work in the Irvine, CA area Licensure Requirements: Must have valid, clear and active California Pharmacy Technician license REQUIRED.

Education: High School Diploma or equivalent Years of Experience: 1-2 years of Oncology, Home Infusion, OR Inpatient experience Highly Preferred Schedule: Full-Time Varies – Day, Afternoon, and/or Evening shifts Length of Assignment: Temporary with high possibility of becoming Temporary to Permanent Pay: $16-$20 Depending on Experience Setting: Oncology Background/ Drug Requirements: Yes Additional Health Screenings: Yes Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Technician Benefits: Rx relief, offers the following benefits: Health Insurance, with prescription coverage Vision and Dental insurance 401(k) and deferred compensation programs Cafeteria plans Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Technician Job Responsibilities Prepare pharmaceutical agents ordered, ensuring the correct dose for the correct patient, and provide those drugs to clinical staff for administration.

Tasks are subjected to sequential or final verification by a registered nurse or a registered pharmacist.

Utilizing aseptic techniques, prepare medication orders by compounding or admixing, under supervision of a registered pharmacist Ensure quality control for all oncology/chemotherapy medication utilized in the Oncology Department.

Check all orders for completeness of information; verify patient information and proper physician authorization.

Checks all orders for insurance approval before admixing.

Under professional supervision, admix drugs within OSHA and interoffice guidelines.

Calculate correct dosage volumes, converting between metric and apothecary equivalents.

Maintain indigent patient drug program as assigned.

Count controlled drugs weekly and maintain records.

Note date, concentration and initials on vials held in storage.

Verify expiration dates on drugs and supplies utilized in practice.

Work with the nursing staff to maintain patient education supplies used in practice.

Maintain current drug information and MSDS sheets.

Properly dispose of all materials used when mixing chemo or non-chemo IVs.

Clean hoods daily, or as stated in policy and procedures.

Receive and stock medications.

Assist lead pharmacy technician in ensuring that standard drug supplies are an adequate for all departments.

Prepare labels.

File and prepare billings.

Review shipping invoices and compare with related billing documents for each location.

About Rx relief Rx relief is a specialty staffing company providing supplemental pharmacy professionals for all pharmacy practice settings.

Voted Best of Staffing by both clients and talent, we provide a customized approach to your career needs as well as comprehensive benefits.

Contact us to learn why everything we do is all about YOU!

RXT1IND1 Compensation / Pay Rate (Up to): $16-$20 per hour