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Northwestern Memorial Healthcare

Chicago, IL

Pharmacy Technician Hazardous Compounding-Inpatient Oncology, Full-time Rotating Jobs Near Me

LocationIllinois,Chicago,US, Chicago, Illinois 60651
Employment TypeContractor
Date Posted2023-01-18
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Valid Through2023-12-21

Job Description:

Job Description

Are you a Certified Pharmacy Technician with excellent communication skills?

Are you looking to take the next step in your career within a specialized area?

Are you seeking a health system with competitive benefits that will support growth and development throughout your career?

If so, the Pharmacy Technician III - Hazardous Compounding position at Northwestern Memorial Hospital may be the perfect fit for you! We are seeking compassionate and motivated professionals to join our dynamic team. This position works full-time (40 hours weekly) and a rotating shift with start times ranging from 7am to 2:30pm. This position also includes an every other weekend commitment along with one (1) summer and one (1) winter holiday.

Pharmacy Technician III - Hazardous Compounding
reflects the mission, vision, and values of NM, adheres to the organization s Code of Ethics and Corporate Compliance Program, and complies with all relevant policies, procedures, guidelines and all other regulatory and accreditation standards.

Under the direction of a registered pharmacist, the
Pharmacy Technician III - Hazardous Compounding
performs all technical duties associated with the daily operation of the dispensing areas; performs prescription related, unit dose related, and sterile product related functions; performs manufacturing procedures that have been documented in the Department records. This role is primarily responsible for the more advanced and complex work performed by pharmacy technicians and performs all Pharmacy Technician III duties as needed.


  • Prepares medication orders for inpatients and outpatients.
  • Prepares prescriptions for outpatients.
  • Picks up orders and delivers medications to nursing units.
  • Schedules intravenous admixture solutions according to the patient s medical record. Reports any variance from the record to a pharmacist.
  • Answers the telephone according to hospital policy. Screens the call to determine if the call should be handled by a pharmacist or a technician.
  • Enters new drug orders and renewal/refill information into the computerized patient medication profile.
  • Uses the computer system to assist in all dispensing and inquiry functions.
  • Compares the patient medication bin with the pharmacy and nursing record. Returns unnecessary and/or outdated medication to the pharmacy. Reconciles use records and reports any discrepancies to a pharmacist.
  • Receives, prepares, and distributes floor stock requisitions and requisitions for other clinical locations.
  • Compounds dosage forms needed for dispensing to patients.
  • Assists in maintaining adequate inventory levels in the dispensing areas.
  • Packages extemporaneous and STAT single doses of medications under the supervision of a pharmacist.
  • Prepares and maintains the emergency medication systems.
  • Prepares sterile products for administration to patients. Selects proper diluents and vehicles and determines the appropriate stability.
  • Prepares cytotoxic agents for administration employing hospital and department aseptic and protective procedures.
  • Plans and performs the daily tasks required to provide department services under the direction of a pharmacist.
  • Prepares and delivers narcotics and narcotic admixtures. Conducts narcotic perpetual inventories as directed.
  • Meets quality and quantity requirements for new orders, unit doses, and IV admixtures.
  • Ensures compliance with hazardous waste collection and disposal procedures.
  • Spends greater than or equal to 50 of the time manipulating, and/or compounding hazardous medications.
  • Responsible for chemotherapy and other high risk compounding, including desensitization compounds.
  • Completes hazardous medication training and competencies.

Quality Management Responsibilities

  • This position assists in maintaining emergency carts, inventory, and controlled substances records. Accurate completion of responsibilities is essential to an efficient, error free drug distribution system


  • High School Diploma
  • Illinois Pharmacy Technician License (IDFPR) within first 60 days of hire
  • Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) through PTCB or ExCPT
  • Certified Compounded Sterile Preparation (CSPT) Technician through PTCB within 1 year of hire


  • Completion of a Technician Training Program
  • Previous experience as a Pharmacy Technician

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