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To ensure all the patient orders in the warehouse are labelled and ancillary items are 100% checked for accuracy and to ensure that all errors are recorded on the designated forms and are corrected with the intervention of the Responsible Pharmacist. To ensure prescriptions are filed as per pharmacy checkers prescription filing process. To assist the pharmacists in order to ensure compliance with the General Pharmaceutical Council standards and Baxter standard operating procedures. To perform activities related to the receiving, picking, assembling and preparing of products to meet customer order requirements as required.
Working hours are Monday to Friday 2pm until 10pm
Essential Duties and responsibilities
To carry out 100% checks on all ancillaries picked for accuracy in product code, product description, batch, expiry date and quantity required.
To pick MCB orders.
To ensure that on home patient orders, patient labels (pharmacy labels) are correct and have been applied to every box of product and one to the box of ancillary products. Name on the pharmacy labels matches the name on the dispatch label. As per Pharmacy checkers labelling process.
To record patient names, order numbers, picker’s initials and checker name on the Renal Checking Forms in preparation for the pharmacist check. When the accuracy check of the ancillaries has been completed the Renal Checking Form is passed to the pharmacist for a final check.
Work closely with the operational warehouse team under the supervision of the Responsible Pharmacist in order to correct picking errors at the time of detection and to also inform duty pharmacists where necessary. If an error is detected, enter details on the Renal Error Record Forms.
To ensure that error logs are completed and maintained. In addition produce key performance indicators (KPI) in order to ensure high quality performance is being maintained.
All orders must be checked in a timely manner to ensure that they meet scheduled deliveries.
To ensure that the Responsible Pharmacist notice to all pharmacy staff is followed in the Responsible Pharmacists absence.
To perform additional duties appointed by the managers related with the management of the checkers team, including printing labels, checking forms, and requesting stationary material.
- To undertake Risk Assessments under the supervision of a Pharmacist.
To undertake the end of year prescription archiving process under the supervision of a pharmacist. This includes the quarantine of prescriptions that are scheduled for destruction.
To undertake additional duties as directed by the warehouse operation and the duty pharmacists. That would include the picking of medical products, preparing cardboard boxes, wrapping pallets and preparing reports as required.
Support the Good Documentation Practice (GDP) and Good Warehouse Practice (GWP) programs at UK warehouses in order to ensure appropriate product storage.
To match faxed prescriptions with original prescriptions received as per pharmacy checkers prescription filing process.
To maintain and file prescriptions in customer patient folders under the supervision of the pharmacists on duty.
Ensure that prescriptions and pharmacists checking forms have been kept for the duration of the legal duration and assures patient and customer confidentiality.
Conform to all applicable Standard Operating Procedures for Pharmacy and operating practices.
Conform to all Baxter policies regarding EHS, Quality and Validation.
Conform to Baxter's Code of Conduct.
Attend regular communication,awareness and training sessions, either given by your line manager, pharmacist(s) on duty, the Responsible Pharmacist or via other presentations.
Experience and qualifications
Working towards completion or have already completed the Level 2 Dispensing Assistant Course (Pharmacy Service Skills NVQ Level 2 (Essential)
GCSE and/or A-Levels
Availability to adapt to a rotating shift pattern and to do overtime if required by managers depending on warehouse needs.
Own transport.is an advantage.
Computer skills (Word, Excel, Windows, Wise).
Flexibility to adapt to the changing situations on the warehouse and to work within a team.
Attention to detail and being able to sort problems in a timely manner based upon critical thinking.
Baxter is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or interview process, please send an e-mail to Americas_TTA@baxter.com and let us know the nature of your request along with your contact information.
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