Mass General for a limited time is offering up to a $3k sign-on bonus for Pharmacy Technicians.
Sign-On Agreement Terms
- 12-month work commitment
- Full payment distribution at 90 days postdate of hire
- Agreement authorizes repayment if work commitment not fulfilled
- No eligibility for internal transfers, individuals who have already accepted offers or internal employees of Mass General Brigham system
- Pro-rated based on hours worked per week
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN - Compounding
Under the direct supervision of a staff pharmacist, lead tech and the pharmacy supervisor, follows established policies and procedures to perform a variety of technical and clerical support tasks that are integral to the operation of the department. The position works in the main hospital IV room as well as the Department Compounding Center.
This technician prepares sterile and non-sterile compounded products according to production schedules and patient orders at the hospital; updates IV production list and makes all new mixes; inventories and orders IV admixture supplies; sets up and prepares all compounding orders; cleans and maintains work area and equipment; restocks drugs, diluents, syringes and needles; recycles and/or destroys returned IV's and syringes; pulls syringes from freezer and dates and bags; processing medication returns and patient credits.Qualifications
IV experience or experience in aseptic processing required
Massachusetts Pharmacy Technician license and PTCB National Certification required.
High School diploma or equivalent required
The ability to speak the English language, read, interpret and follow complicated verbal and written instruction with precision, accuracy and dependability.
Effective interpersonal and communication skills, attention to detail, math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, ratios/proportions) and ability to meet deadlines are all required.EEO Statement
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.
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