This position is responsible for the daily operations and fulfillment of the Paxit packaging, and automation equipment as well as the facilitation of an efficient inventory workflow process during the packaging, stocking, and replenishment process. This position will also function with and assist any other area in the facility as needed with regards to pharmacy operations.

Responsibilities:

  1. Responsible for understanding and managing the daily functions when called upon, scheduled, or as necessity arises with regards to the operation of the Paxit automation, Paxit packaging equipment, Paxit dispenser automation
  2. Responsible for adherence to all policies and procedures in relation to Paxit operations and equipment.
  3. When required or directed, responsible for the efficient replenishment of the Paxit dispenser.
  4. When required or as directed, responsible for monitoring inventory flow throughout shift and make any appropriate adjustments.
  5. Responsible to alert management and Paxit operators of any workflow backlogs and operational problems with the inventory, packaging, automation, and replenishment process.
  6. Responsible to conduct or assist in the training of new staff.
  7. Perform other tasks as required and directed
  8. Perform technician assignments as requested by the pharmacy management.
  9. Actively contributes to the evaluation and continuous improvement of client services, policies and procedures.
  10. Assists with ensuring safety policy and procedures are practiced and adhered.
  11. Enforces all company and departmental policies and procedures.
  12. Complies with all applicable state and federal regulations related to pharmacy practices.
  1. Participates in special projects to identify and implement operational improvements.
  2. Ability to work with others in a positive productive manner anticipates and responds to the positions areas of responsibilities.
  3. Other duties as assigned or directed.

 

Requirements:

High School graduate or equivalent required. Current National/State Pharmacy Certification required, basic computer knowledge skills required, technology background or PC software courses and the use of automation equipment beneficial, must have basic understanding of medical terminology, math and analytical skills.

Minimum of one (1) year working as a pharmacy technician in a Long Term Care pharmacy, hospital, or other health care pharmacy preferred.

Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and written with English as the primary language.

Must be dependable with ability to be flexible, function independently and works under pressure with multiple tasks and deadlines. Must have strong organizational, customer service, and time management skills, ability to problem solve.

This position will be exposed to highly confidential information and data that disclosed would be against Federal and State HIPPA law and contrary to the company’s policies and to professional ethics.

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