Contingent position, work around 32 hrs in summer. Plus every other weekend during the school year. For College of Pharmacy students in the Class of 2022. Start date will be in May, 2019. This posting will be open until Wed 11/21/18.
This is an entry-level position. Responsibilities include aiding pharmacists in the processing, preparation, and dispensing of medication orders, IV products, TPNs, nursing supplies, and the delivery of these products to nursing units. The intern also assists with clinical tasks under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist by performing medication reconciliation for Emergency Department patients and other clinical duties as assigned. Pharmacy interns are required to work an average of 10-12 hours/week during the school year and 32 hours/week over the summer. The intern is expected to engage in professional development activities and meetings, as designated by the intern?s assigned supervisor or manager.
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1. Prepares unit-dose medications (both oral and IV), including reconstitution, when applicable.
2. Compounds TPNs and IV solutions.
3. Participates in training new employees.
4. Fills unit-dose medication cart for daily delivery.
5. Assists pharmacists in processing new medication orders and answering phones and triaging needs.
6. Delivers unit-dose medication carts.
7. Restocks work areas with supplies as needed.
8. Fills internal requisitions from customers.
9. Performs medication reconciliation in the Emergency Department.
10. Participates in quality improvement and research projects, as assigned.
11. Engages in clinical review of patients in collaboration/consultation with a pharmacist
12. Duties continue to evolve in tandem with progression in pharmacy school.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
-Current Ohio Pharmacy Intern license - Enrolled in accredited pharmacy school. Expected graduation 2022.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Lifts objects weighing up to 20kg FrequentlyPushing unit dose medication carts 15 kg FrequentlyTalking on phone or in person ConstantlyTyping on a computer keyboard FrequentlyStanding/walking ConstantlySitting Occasionally The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.