Amerita Pharmacy Technician Supervisor- Infusion Pharmacy in Centennial, Colorado
The Pharmacy Technician Supervisor assists the Pharmacy and/or General Manager, Staff Pharmacists, Home Infusion Coordinators, IV and Personal Services Representative Technicians and Couriers in the provision of medications and supplies to clients of the branch. This role coordinates the activities of the IV and PSR Technicians and Supply/Delivery Courier. The Pharmacy Technician Supervisor performs most tasks associated with the supervision of Pharmacy Technicians and their assigned workloads.
Monitors workload of staff and collaborates with management regarding staffing needs.
Facilitates staff development and cross-training.
Delegates duties and tasks in order to streamline workflow.
Participates in and coordinates the hiring and training of all new Pharmacy Technicians.
Conducts annual and semiannual performance reviews for direct reports, with General Manager sign-off.
Adheres to all applicable local, state and federal regulations, accreditation requirements and Amerita policies and procedures.
Helps coordinate patient care activities with Pharmacists, Nurses, Technicians and Patient Care Coordinators.
Ensures that all compounding personnel have up-to-date competencies and maintains accurate records of all activities under the supervision of the Staff Pharmacist, Pharmacy Manager or General Manager.
Participates in pharmaceutical compounding activities in the absence of the IV Technicians.
Ensures sterility testing and sanitation and maintenance of the Clean Room complex are performed as scheduled.
Performs inventory control activities, including monitoring inventory levels, ordering, receiving, labeling, stocking and shipping.
Ensures products are returned to wholesaler or manufacturer in a timely fashion.
High School Diploma/GED or equivalent required;
Completion of community college or technical school curriculum in pharmacy technology highly desirable
Successful completion of an approved/accredited pharmacy technician training program; IV certification preferred
Three to Five (3-5) years of related pharmacy experience in a home care setting
At least one (1) year of aseptic preparation of infusion-related pharmaceuticals in a hospital or home infusion setting
Familiarity with CPR+ software and ability to print refills on prescriptions and retrieve and print patient lists for weekly Patient Review and daily follow ups
Computer skills including Microsoft Office
Previous supervisory experience required
We offer a range of benefits to full-time employees to include medical, dental, vision, health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts, life, disability, paid time off, holiday, 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan, voluntary benefits, employee discounts and tuition reimbursement. Part-time employees are eligible for company paid sick leave and can participate in the 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan, dental, vision and a number of voluntary benefit offerings.
Pay range: $51,500 to 64,4000 yearly.