Certified Pharmacy Technician, FCI Miami

Location: Miami, FL, United States
Date Posted: 07-13-2018
Global Empire, LLC (GHG) is a Healthcare Staffing Company specialized in providing reliable and qualified healthcare professionals for Government contracts nationwide
We are seeking a Pharmacy Technician at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Miami, (which includes the Federal Prison Camp) located in Miami Florida. 
Available Position: Certified Pharmacy Technician
Place of Performance: Health Services Department of the FCI/FPC Miami, located at  15801 SW 137th Avenue, Miami, FL 33177.

Work Schedule:  The work schedule will normally consist of 30 hours per week. It is anticipated that the Dental Assistant contractor will work six (6) hours per day, five (5) days a week, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, excluding federal holidays. The schedule will include a 30 minutes unpaid lunch break. The schedule is subject to change depending on the needs of the institution. 

Due to the nature of the correctional setting, delays in performance of work may be experienced. Such delays may include, but not limited to, inclement weather, electrical or mechanical problems, or other security concerns.

Contract Period: Five (5) years (60 months), rewed on an annual basis.
The Pharmacy Technician is responsible for the provision of, but not limited to the following:
1. Reading and interpreting prescriptions and medication orders written by medical staff, selection and retrieval of medications of correct strength and dosage form prescribed, transcribing prescription data to labels using typewriters or via computer system, preparing prescriptions for review by a Pharmacist or Physician prior to dispensing, and giving pertinent patient instructions when appropriate.  The contractor will not fill, issue and/or deal in any way with DEA controlled substances but can be responsible for the running of pill lines upon proper orientation by the Chief Pharmacist.
2. Contractor will assist the Pharmacist in ensuring that only medications listed in the approved Bureau of Prisons Formulary are dispensed and will ensure that requests for Non‐Formulary Medications are initiated and submitted to the BOP Chief Pharmacist for approval.
3. Contractor should be proficient in maintaining adequate inventories of all medications and medical supplies and preparing the proper paperwork for replenishment of inventory, as well as performing an expiration date check ensure that no outdated or expired stock remains in the inventory. The Contractor will assist with picking up orders from the front lobby. 4. Contractor will assist in updating patient education literature, assisting in improvement of performance studies and also assist the Pharmacist in meeting policy guidelines for the inmates.
5. Contractor will prepare recommended supply lists to order pharmaceuticals, maintain the pharmacy areas in a clean and orderly fashion, maintain stock of appropriate forms utilized in the pharmacy department, file pharmacy records/files and information, and shall in the absence of the pharmacist maintain the Pharmacy Operation, but they must have the Medical Officer review all prescriptions filled prior to dispensing.  The Pharmacy Technician should be able to accurately input a minimum of 25 prescriptions
6. Periodically, Contractor will assist with clerical duties including making copies, scans, and electronically attaches medical files to electronic medical records; file loose reports into pre‐designated positions of the medical records; audit reports for missing signatures, inmate registration number, and Institution name; pull and file medical
Position Requirements/Qualifications 
The individual or Contractor’s employee providing Pharmacy Technician services under this contract award must have a medical/technical background obtained through education or on the job training in the Pharmaceutical field and be a high school graduate or equivalent.  
The contractor must have computer and typing skills.  
The contractor must have experience working as a Pharmacy Technician for at least three years.  
The Contractor must be certified by the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (NPTC).  
College level training in the sciences and mathematics and past correctional experience is desirable, but is not required.  
The Contractor shall provide proof of CPR certification and evidence acceptable to the Clinical Director of recent testing for immunity to Tuberculosis or other communicable disease.
All requirement personnel performing services under this contractual agreement shall have the ability to read, understand, fluently speak, and legibly write the English language.
Attire:   The contractor is expected to wear professional clothing while on duty.  The attire worn shall also be appropriate for the correctional environment in which the contract employee will be performing.

​PLEASE NOTE: US Citizenship is a requirement.

JOB APPLICATION LINK:   https://ghg.catsone.com/careers
Ana Rowling
Recruiter Manager
2151 Linglestown Road, Suite 180 Harrisburg, PA 17110
Email: ana@globalhealthcaregroup.com
Inquiries about this position must be sent by email.
GHG is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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