Pharmacy Technician - Kennebunk

    • Job Tracking ID: 512708-746234
    • Job Location: Kennebunk, ME
    • Job Level: Mid Career (2+ years)
    • Level of Education: High School/GED
    • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: October 15, 2020
    • Years of Experience: 2 - 5 Years
    • Starting Date: ASAP
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Job Description:

New England Cancer Specialists (NECS) is currently seeking an experienced full-time M-F Pharmacy Technician in our Kennebunk location. The Pharmacy Technician will work directly with an oncology pharmacist or designated physician on all daily activities. They will prepare all chemotherapeutic and biologic products according to established policies and procedures. They will utilize automated dispensing and inventory technology and perform inventory as directed by the oncology pharmacist. The successful candidate will have a national Pharmacy Technician Certification and at least one years’ experience as a pharmacy technician.

NECS offers competitive pay, new employees are eligible to earn up to 3.2 weeks of Paid Time Off in their first year with the practice, as well as an additional 10 paid company holidays. We offer medical, dental and vision insurance and eligibility starts 1st of the month after your hire date!

NECS is a private medical practice composed of 15 oncologists and hematologists serving Maine and New Hampshire from 5 different locations. NECS is committed to achieving the best outcomes and providing unmatched support in all areas for every patient. Nationally recognized as 1 of 12 Oncology medical Homes in the nation and the first private practice to become a member of the Dana Farber Cancer Care Collaborative. NECS brings together top clinicians, researchers, and dedicated medical professionals, clinical and non0clinical to create the best possible experience for our patients.


  • Assists the pharmacist in maintaining compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations, accrediting body standards, and NECS Policy and Procedures.
  • Follows all appropriate guidelines for the preparation of compound sterile products per NECS Policy and Procedures: Perform physician-controlled agent inventory and restocks the drug preparation area. Logs all chemotherapy waste and expired drugs according to pharmacy procedures. Maintain the practice inventory and orders all pharmaceuticals and supplies under the supervision of the oncology pharmacist.
    • Product preparation -
      • Prepares ambulatory chemotherapy infusions and calibrates the infusion device for drug administration per physician order.
      • Reviews all patients’ orders to verify dose and administration instructions, and notifies the oncology pharmacist, physician, or nursing for any questionable orders before preparation.
      • Checking procedures - Responsible for double-checking all doses prepared and dispensed with another oncology technician, physician, nurse, or oncology pharmacist, depending on the practice site.
      • Labeling procedures - Prepares and labels all normal saline and heparin flushes for nursing.
      • Packaging compound product for storage and delivery
  • Verifies all shipping invoices and refills the automated dispensing unit. Notifies the pharmacist of any product issues or shortages.
  • Prepares other dosage forms (e.g. Medicare DME oral agents, ambulatory pumps, supportive care agents, oral dexamethasone patient supplies) for nursing
  • Works with all investigational studies. This includes working with the Research Department for patient randomization, preparing and documenting all investigational drug preparations, and working with the oncology pharmacist on all verification, ordering, and documentation procedures.
  • Obtains continuing education credit as required yearly.
  • Responsible for maintaining a clean working environment in the drug preparation area according to established policies and procedures.

Travel: This position is based in Kennebunk. Periodic travel to our other locations may be needed for coverage and vacation purposes

Weekend: Participation in the weekend urgent care clinic rotation is mandatory, 1 day per month.

Experience and Skills:

  • High School diploma or equivalent required; some college is preferred.
  • National pharmacy technician certification is required.
  • At least one-year experience (or combination of education and experience) as a pharmacy technician.
  • Must have demonstrated IV admixture skills and abilities.
  • Eligible for state registration, certification, or licensure per state regulation.
  • Has strong experience working in an EMR or HER
  • Experience in Chemotherapy and Biotherapy is preferred.


  • New England Cancer Specialists offers competitive pay and benefits to our employees.  Benefits include medical, prescription, dental and vision insurances.  Short Term and Long Term disability insurances, tuition reimbursement, generous paid time off and company paid holidays.
  • Jeans Fridays: for a $2.00 donation employees can wear jeans on Fridays.  100% of this moment goes back to NECS patients in the form of gift cards to help with food, gas, and other daily necessities they have. 

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

New England Cancer Specialists provides equal employment and promotional opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants, on the basis of experience, knowledge, training, education, ability to perform the essential functions of a position, and overall performance. All employment and promotional opportunities will be conducted in a lawful basis without regard to an individual’s race, gender, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, color, physical or mental disabilities, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or other characteristic protected under Federal, State, or local law.

If you need assistance in the application or hiring process to accommodate a disability, you may request an accommodation at any time by contacting Human Resources at (207) 303-3372 or email us at