Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: June 17, 2016
Organization: Baptist Easley Hospital
City: Easley, SC
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Education: High school graduate; current enrollment in a professional academic pharmacy program at an accredited university
Experience: Satisfactory progress maintained in the professional academic pharmacy program REQUIRED. Total of at least 1 year hospital pharmacy experience in addition to requirement PREFERRED.
Number and Type of Employees Supervised: None
Licensure, Registry or Certification Required: Current registration with SC Board of Pharmacy as a pharmacy intern
Special Training: Must have thorough knowledge of medical and pharmacy terminology; possess good mathematical skills; possess problem-solving abilities; able to work in team situations; able to handle urgent, stressful situations; Corporate and departmental mandatory training required annually; must have thorough knowledge of National, State, and Corporate regulations and standards.
All employees are expected to be knowledgeable and compliant with Baptist Easley?s values of compassion, dignity, excellence, integrity and teamwork. In addition, this job also assists pharmacists in performing a variety of duties related to the provision of pharmaceutical care to patients. These duties require knowledge of and skills in the preparation and distribution of drugs in various dosage forms. Responsible for unique tasks consistent with intern certification status requirement, and also performs specialized tasks not performed by other technicians. Supports pharmaceutical care for patients and complies with laws & regulations of appropriate state and federal agencies and guidelines of JCAHO.
Exhibits good interpersonal skills in interacting with supervisors, peers, and others outside pharmacy.
Obtains supplies, prepares and labels drug orders under the direct supervision of a pharmacist.
Calculates and compounds aliquot doses.
Distributes and/or transports medications to appropriate patient care areas in a timely manner and under a pharmacist's supervision.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Makes beneficial recommendations for improvements in procedures, guidelines and continuing education training.
Monitors inventory levels, stocks shelves, maintains order and cleanliness in assigned areas and maintains all required records.
Receives and/or initiates verbal medication orders if authorized to do so by his/her supervising pharmacist.
Serves as a good steward of the institutions resources, including time on the job.