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Johns Hopkins Home Care Group is seeking a Pharmacy Technician with IV/ Infusion experience for a temporary assignment at their location in Baltimore.
Under the direct supervision of the Production Manager or the Senior Director of Pharmaquip, the Pharmacy Tech prepares IV admixture solutions accurately, with the highest quality possible, and in a timely manner for clients. The Pharmacy Tech also participates in any other duties related to the dispensing of medications for which the job may require. Reports to the Production Manager.
Monday - Friday, 10am - 6:30pm.
Prepares IV admixtures as required.
Follows techniques and policies to ensure quality of products and personal safety.
Cleans equipment and work area to maintain an aseptic work environment.
Maintains the necessary supplies for the amount of compounding work scheduled for the day.
Removes trash and cleans preparation room according to the policies and procedures.
Unpacks and stocks supplies in the appropriate storage areas; restocks drug cart daily.
Relieves pharmacy inventory for the computer once medications have been delivered to patients.
Requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Completion of an external pharmacy technician training program is desirable.
Maryland Pharmacy Tech license is required.
Minimum six (6) months experience as an infusion technician.
Knowledge and Skills:
Knowledge of sterile technique and aseptic technique.
Working knowledge of pharmaceutical mathematics.
Knowledge of safety guidelines for handling chemotherapy.
Ability to calibrate and use equipment to make IV and nutrition solutions.
Ability to work with computers for data entry and manipulation.
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