Under the direct supervision of a Registered Pharmacist, Supervisor, and/or Director of Pharmacy Services, performs a wide variety of Pharmacy duties to meet the needs for patients in the hospital. Pharmacy Technician duties include filling routine drug orders for unit dose medications, refilling medications in Pharmacy Automated Dispensing Cabinets, performing Non-Sterile and Sterile Compounding . Other duties include repackaging of medication into unit dose barcoded packages, replenishes code carts drug supply and performs inventory duties for the Central Pharmacy operation.Minimum Education - Preferred High school level of education. Minimum Work Experience Miniumum of 3 months work experience as Pharmacy Technician preferred. Hospital pharmacy experience desirable. Required Licenses / Registrations - Requirement to practice a profession. Licenses are granted by a licensing board in accordance with state law. Example - Registered Nurse (RN) RPT or RPI - Registered Pharmacy Technician or Registered Pharmacy Intern Preferred (not required) Licenses / Registrations Student enrolled in a Pharm D program, with an accredited institution, is eligible for consideration as a Technician Trainee. Third year Pharm D program student will be given consideration as Registered Pharmacy Intern. Required Certifications - Certifies a specific competency or recognition in a professional achievement. Example - Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) CPhT - Certified Pharmacy Technician Minimum of 2 weekend shifts per month Shifts are 630 am-230pm or 230 pm -11pm Responsibilities if Required: Education if Required: License/Registration/Certification Requirements: Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) - Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB), Pharmacy Intern - Board of Registration in Pharmacy (Massachusetts), Pharmacy Technician - Board of Registration in Pharmacy (Massachusetts)