If you have an RPhT qualification in Ontario but don’t want to work in a public-facing role in a pharmacy, this job would be ideal for you.
Our client produces prescription drugs in high volume for long-term care patients in Toronto, and you would get the unique opportunity to support this. The primary aim of your job, should your application be successful, is to meet the designated production targets set by your supervisor. Therefore, your role will utilize more practical knowledge than a regulated pharmacy technician in a retail pharmacy. Read on to get a sense of what this job is about:
The RPhT Job:
- You will be needed from Monday to Friday every week in the month of February.
- There is the possibility of extensions beyond February, based on your performance during these four weeks.
- Your working hours will be from 10 AM to 6 PM.
- This is great if you’re tired of working late night shifts at retail pharmacies.
- You will be focused on drug production first and foremost.
- You may work on a certain amount of drug compounding and drug synthesis.
- You will then be using pharmacy blister pack machinery to package these drugs in blister packs.
- The production targets to meet will amount to several hundred prescriptions every day, so this will keep your very busy.
Our Client’s Requirements:
- Our client has emphasized that they prefer applicants with at least one year of work experience in a long-term care facility.
- No specific software knowledge is required, though knowledge of Kroll would be helpful.
- Candidates who have experience working with SynMed and PACMED machinery are preferred.
- Manual blister pack roll-on knowledge would be useful.
- An Ontario regulated pharmacy technician license is required.
- You will need to have studied in a post-secondary pharmacy technician program.
- You will need to be comfortable communicating in English.