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We are searching for a Pharmacy Inventor Supervisor - someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you’ll perform and coordinate activities related to the procurement, record keeping, storage, and distribution of medications to associated technical personnel. Additionally, you will oversee the operations, auditing, and documentation of medications within the automated dispensing machines.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Oversee daily activities related to the ordering, receiving, and distribution of all medications and supplies, which includes setting the levels of medications and supplies in the area of responsibility
• Coordinate the removal of expired medications from all pharmacy areas and return them on a monthly basis
• Manage back orders and shortages as well as identify product change needs
• Liaise between the manager, pharmacy inventory, and nursing stations to assist in the appropriate and timely delivery of items
• Communicate all special orders that are not available as per the usual routine
• Re-establish priorities and redirect technicians based on the work load and patient needs
• Ensure the work environment is maintained for optimal working conditions by providing input during annual budget meetings
• Investigate and document discrepancies as they appear
• Ensure the daily medication count of controlled substances stored in the vault is performed completely and accurately
• Perform random audits of medication packs and oversee the drug assays process
• Assist the Support Services Manager with responsibilities such as inventory, reports, troubleshooting, and database management
• Ensure the par levels of medications are maintained in the ADMs and par vs. usage reports
• Complete and document daily, weekly, and monthly checklists and participate in the education and training of pharmacy students and new employees
• High school diploma or GED
• RPHT for the state of Texas required
• 2 years’ experience as a pharmacy technician preferred