The Pharmacy Technician II routinely assists the pharmacist in the preparation, filling, and delivery of medications. They serve as a liaison to assist in the appropriate and timely delivery of information and pharmaceutical products to the customer. The successful candidate will have to demonstrate competencies during the orientation process. They must demonstrate proficiency with Automated Dispensing Machines, CII Safe, Pharmacy computer system patient fills, and aseptic technique through validation for Intravenous (IV) preparation. They will also be expected to compound sterile and non-sterile pharmaceuticals in accordance with department guidelines during their probationary training period. Failure to demonstrate proficiency within 90 days will result in reclassification to Pharmacy Technician I or termination, as appropriate.
Pharmacy Technician II requires 1 year of hospital experience. The candidate should be competent in preparing and compounding basic IV admixture solutions using aseptic technique. The candidate should also be able to perform basic mathematic calculations of medication concentrations.
The Pharmacy Technician II must maintain their Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) certification at all times. Failure to maintain certification and licensure with the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy will result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.
High School Diploma or GED
Be at least 18 years of age
Licensed as a Pharmacy Technician
1 year experience as a Pharmacy Technician I and completion of Pharmacy Technician I Proficiency Checklist (new hires complete checklist within 30 days)
Knowledge of pharmacy and medical terminology with ability to read and interpret physician orders.
Scottsdale Healthcare - 10 months ago
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