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We are searching for an Inventory Specialist -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will perform and coordinate activities related to the procurement, record keeping, storage, and distribution of all inventory including controlled substances. You will also oversee the operations, record keeping, auditing, and documentation of medications within the automated dispensing machines (ADMs).
Think you’ve got what it takes
· Serves as liaison between campus leadership specific to inventory issues
· Follows-up on back-orders, drug recalls, and problem orders identified by the pharmacy staff and wholesaler
· Performs routine visits to patient care and pharmacy areas to ensure compliance with controlled substance policies and procedures
· Investigates all discrepancies. Fills out discrepancy report when necessary
· Oversees daily activities related to the ordering, receiving, and distribution of all pharmaceutical supplies
· Formulates and revises appropriate policies and procedures pertaining to ordering, receiving and distributing pharmaceuticals
· Oversees operations for the Pharmacy Automated Dispensing Machines (Omnicell)
· Maintains adequate par levels of medications are maintained in the ADMs as documented through Par vs. Usage reports and as evidenced by lack of inventory complaints from nursing and/or pharmacy areas
· Being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is required for all employees unless approved for a medical or religious exemption
· High school diploma or GED required
· Registered Pharmacy Technician certification from the Texas State Board of Pharmacy required
· 5 years’ experience as a hospital pharmacy technician with inventory control experience preferred