Posted Date 8 months ago(7/19/2018 12:57 PM)
    Requisition ID
    # of Openings
    Location Name
    Baptist Hospital
    Category (Portal Searching)
    Position Type
    Day Shift
    Schedule Details
    some variability with weekends and holidays
  • Overview

    The pharmacy narcotic technician is primarily responsible for oversight of storage and inventory of all narcotics under the supervision and direction of a licensed pharmacist. This technician also assists in the various activities of the pharmacy department not requiring the professional judgment of the pharmacist. Such duties include, but need not be limited to: maintaining patient records; setting up, packaging, and labeling medication doses; filling and dispensing routine orders for stock supplies of patient-care areas; refilling and inventorying automated dispensing machines, maintaining inventories of medication supplies; and mixing medications with parenteral fluids. Technicians must function in strict accordance with standard, written procedures and guidelines with deviation approved by the supervising pharmacist.

    The person in this position works under general supervision, is responsible for various shifts, may be subject to over 40 hours per week and/or callback as required, and may also be required to remain on campus immediately before, during, and after severe weather and/or disasters.


    • High School Diploma or General Education Degree required; Completion of a Pharmacy Technician Certification program 
    • Two years Pharmacy Technician experience required preferably in a Hospital setting
    • Current Florida Technician License
    • Knowledge of I.V. admixtures, unit dosage drug distribution and computer entry; Typing skills of 30 WPM; Good communication skills, both written and verbal; Strong professional, organizational, and interpersonal skills to effectively relate with all members of the healthcare team; Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations governing pharmacy services. Proficient in the use and application of new medications and technology; Demonstrated leadership, administrative, human resource, and managerial skills; Demonstrated ability to effectively participate on interdisciplinary teams and committees; Business acumen including profit/loss understanding and contract negotiations; Effective verbal and written communication skills; Knowledge of pathophysiology, interpretation of diagnostic criteria, pharmacokinetics and pharmacotherapeutics; 
    • Problem solving ability and analytical thinking; Fosters a team environment by providing orientation and training to leaders of pharmacy and pharmacy staff; Demonstrates excellent customer service skills.


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