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Medical Operations Specialist - Paramedic, EMT-Advanced or RN Medical Operations Specialist - Paramedic, EMT-Advanced or RN Full Time Global Rescue LLC | Lebanon, NH (03766) 9 DAYS AGO COMPANY DESCRIPTION Global Rescue is a worldwide provider of integrated medical, security, intelligence and crisis response services to enterprise, government, and consumer clients.  Founded in 2004 in partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Global Rescue’s unique operational model provides best-in-class services that identify, monitor, and respond to threats and emergencies.  Global Rescue has provided medical, security, and evacuation support to clients during every globally significant crisis of the last decade, including: the Arab Spring; the Japanese tsunami; the Haitian earthquake; Georgia’s invasion by Russia; and the Mumbai terrorist attacks.  Global Rescue maintains redundant Operations Centers and office facilities in Boston, Massachusetts, Lebanon, New Hampshire; Islamabad, Pakistan; and Bangkok, Thailand.  For more information, please seewww.globalrescue.com. We have two shifts available: 08:00-20:00 and 20:00 - 08:00. RESPONSIBILITIES Staff emergency access telephone lines in our operations centers to respond to patient health events and other emergencies Manage and coordinate logistics for field rescues from remote locations and patient transfers to/from hospitals (includes air, ground, sea, etc.) Follow, maintain and improve protocol, process and quality standards for patient response and transport Execute assigned non-operational  general office tasks with diligence and precision Deploy domestically and internationally in support of ongoing operations IDEAL QUALIFICATIONS RN, EMT-A or Paramedic College degree preferable Bilingual in English & Spanish is a plus Must be well-spoken and well-written Basic computer skills required Willingness to work non-traditional  hours Highly energetic and motivated to succeed Mission focused orientation, interest in “doing whatever it takes” to help those in need Attention to detail and follow-through Efficient time management and organizational skills Location: Lebanon, NH Employment Type: Full-Time Schedule: 08:00 - 20:00 or 20:00 - 08:00 Compensation: Based on Experience + Bonus + Benefits 9 DAYS AGO
UBC Manager, PMO Operations UBC Manager, PMO Operations Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Blue Bell, PA TODAY Key Responsibilities: Participate in project intake sessions and set up projects appropriately in Clarity Obtain project approvals Conduct project audits Manage demand/capacity for PMs and manage efficient project assignments Monitor and report on metrics to evaluate PM performance (scorecards) Work with resource managers on resource requirements Manage the IT roster and update with hires and terminations Collaborate with finance on headcount forecast Assist with planning/scheduling of Project Management training and tracking progress Assist with developing reports and presentations as needed Prepare forecast data and review with project and resource managers Create monthly/weekly analysis of KPIs including utilization, demand and key project performance Review and report on weekly forecast vs actuals Manage database of staff capabilities against key skills, affiliation to competencies, practices, job role descriptions, and aspirations Serve as IT vendor manager: Key contact for procurement and purchasing within UBC IT including raising purchase orders and any purchasing queries Collaborate with finance to track capital projects: capital vs expense Assist the PMO lead with other tasks as needed to manage the department Requirements: Knowledge Operations Management PMO Management Financial management Project delivery lifecycles Project planning Risk management Skills Good communication skills Stakeholder management Good analytical skills Good facilitation skills Technology MS Excel MS PowerPoint MS Project PPM tool (Clarity preferred) Job CategoryInformation TechnologyPrimary LocationUnited States-Pennsylvania-Blue BellWork LocationsBlue Bell, PA - 920 Harvest Drive920 Harvest DriveBlue Bell19422ScheduleFull-timeShift1st ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20001745 TODAY
UBC - Administrative Assistant II UBC - Administrative Assistant II Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Saint Louis, MO TODAY POSITION SUMMARY: Provides administrative support to Director and Sr. Director leaders. Daily calendar maintenance of schedules appointments and makes travel arrangements. Coordinates and prepares materials for meetings and presentations (works easily in PowerPoint and Excel). Review incoming emails and composes correspondence to clients and cross functional team members. Tracks, maintains and prepares requested reports. Provides access and equipment support via remedy requests. Responsible for assisting with onboarding of new leadership employees. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Daily Outlook maintenance for SD’s & CD’s – Set up, accept, decline meeting, monitor and or responds to emailsAssists with preparation of materials for meetings, presentations, or conferences. Takes notes at meetings.Coordinates travel arrangements.Processes expense reports and reviews expenses for approval.Manipulates data and prepares reports using spreadsheets and PowerPoint.Performs administrative functions such as filing, answering phone, copies, printing, etc.Primary back up support for division’s VPs.Works on special projects assigned by Administrative Supervisor or Directors QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent GED3-5 years of secretarial work experienceDemonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Familiarity with the internet and email systems (Microsoft Outlook) requiredStrong organizational and time management skills required; Excellent written and oral communication skills essential for professional phone and personal contacts; Ability to keep sensitive information confidential is critical; Ability to work in a team environment; Knowledge of business operations and policies is helpful *LI-TB1Job CategoryGeneralPrimary LocationUnited States-Missouri-St. LouisWork LocationsSaint Louis, MO - HQ 6 - 4700 North Hanley4700 North HanleySt. Louis63134ScheduleFull-timeShift1st ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20003226 TODAY
Sr. Contract Specialist Sr. Contract Specialist Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Saint Louis, MO TODAY POSITION SUMMARY The Sr. Contract Specialist is responsible for the daily management of the agreement and amendment process for assigned contracts and serves as a point of escalation for issues requiring a higher degree of understanding. The position’s responsibility includes preparation of agreements and related documents, including facilitation and/or support of negotiation, legal review and signature processes. This includes primary contractual interface with Sales/Account Management, Legal, Finance, Business Subject Matter Experts and clients and/or pharmaceutical manufacturers. The role will maintain and communicate processes and procedures to ensure roles and responsibilities are clearly defined within and outside the Legal department. They will also support quality improvement efforts by analyzing and recommending process improvements to improve overall contracting process quality, efficiency and internal/external client satisfaction. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Manage and/or support the agreement and amendment request and preparation processes. Facilitate and/or support negotiations, legal review and signature processes. Coordinate appropriate business and legal review/response of negotiated documents and serve as an escalation point for issues requiring a higher degree of understanding. Maintain and communicate processes and procedures to ensure roles and responsibilities are clearly defined within and outside the Legal department Support quality improvement efforts by analyzing and recommending process improvements to improve overall contracting process quality, efficiency and internal/external client satisfaction. Facilitate ad hoc contract reviews to support areas such as Sales/Account Management, Finance, Operations and Audit.QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. 8-12 years of experience. Knowledge of health care industry preferred Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). Experience with Access and SharePoint preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong organizational skills, including ability to manage timelines and balance multiple deadlines. Strong focus on customer service. Ability to adapt to a dynamic work environment, quickly grasp new concepts, solve problems and make decisions. Ability to work cross-functionally to mediate and resolve complex contract issues and negotiate solutions. Ability to work with internal and external partners at all levels of management. *LI-RL1Job CategoryLegal & RegulatoryPrimary LocationUnited States-Missouri-St. LouisWork LocationsSaint Louis, MO - HQ1 - 1 Express WayOne Express WaySt. Louis63121ScheduleFull-timeShift1st ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20000957 TODAY
Sr Director Enterprise PMO Sr Director Enterprise PMO Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Saint Louis, MO TODAY POSITION SUMMARY The Sr Director – Enterprise PMO is primarily responsible for coordinating and leading the development and implementation of strategic initiatives that drive significant financial benefits to the organization and often require extensive cross functional engagement. Strategic initiatives will likely include transformational operational improvement activities, system enhancements, business development support, among other projects. The Senior Director role will be aligned with Senior Staff members and will therefore require familiarization with a respective functional area, attendance at staff meetings, engagement and leadership for strategic business plans supporting growth or cost reduction in a given area. Will also require development of timelines, action plans for growth, and management of cross-functional work groups. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Collaborate with senior leadership including Product, Operations, IT, Specialty, SAM and others to identify strategic opportunities and initiatives to drive value for the organization. Responsible for providing leadership as appropriate for these initiatives through action plan development, full cross functional engagement and communication to ensure initiatives are effectively launched and implemented. Drive analysis, modeling and evaluation as needed of scenarios. Analytical support will guide senior leadership in decision making and risk assessment to ensure projects in flight are effectively managed and produce intended benefits. Lead development of business cases, including value proposition, risks, success factors, business drivers, competitive offerings and target conclusions to support corporate strategy. Provide leadership and central coordination for metrics and dashboards to measure progress against corporate goals. Also responsible for cross functional communication of progress as appropriate in Sr Staff, SEOC or Management Committee to ensure alignment of stakeholders.QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree in related field Master’s degree preferred 10-15 years relevant experience preferred Excellent PC skills including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally and provide leadership for significant projects or portfolio of work Capable of providing leadership and financial management for strategic initiative including financial analysis, reporting and overall execution Demonstrated ability to manage others and lead through influenceJob CategorySalesPrimary LocationUnited States-Missouri-St. LouisWork LocationsSaint Louis, MO - HQ1 - 1 Express WayOne Express WaySt. Louis63121ScheduleFull-timeShift1st ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20002404 TODAY
Pharmacy Production Clerk BE M-F 2:30PM-11:00PM Pharmacy Production Clerk BE M-F 2:30PM-11:00PM Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Whitestown, IN TODAY POSITION SUMMARYAccurate and timely execution of all assigned tasks in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions and supervisor direction.Tasks may include but are not limited to:Packing Orders-Timely and accurately packaging medications to be mailed out to patients while maintaining high quality standards. Identify issues that impact quality and productivity.Shipping Orders - Verify that patient order matches the paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels on box or bag. Escalate issues to Supervisor for action; provide input regarding solutions.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS• Ensure each package receives the correct paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels before sealing and sending packages to patients• Consistently work on only one order at a time at their work station at all times.• Ensure that the address prints correctly on each package• All bags are correctly sealed; Printers are accurately loaded with the correct paper.• Accurately package prescriptions requiring special handling according to specific process and policy requirements• Work collaboratively with all co-workers to ensure that best-practices are shared while maintaining productivity and quality standards.• Keep work station clean at all times.• Other duties assigned as needed.*LI-DT1QUALIFICATIONS• High School diploma or equivalent • Previous experience in mail room, customer service or pharmacy very helpful • Good communication skill and motivation • Basic PC skills preferred • Ability to read and compare and differentiate data• Ability to stare/review small medications or bottles for long periods of time• Ability to be on feet walking for long periods of time• Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate heavy work volumes • Ability to stand for extended periods of timeJob CategoryOperationsPrimary LocationUnited States-Indiana-WhitestownWork LocationsWhitestown, IN - 4750 East 450 South4750 East 450 SouthWhitestown46075ScheduleFull-timeShift2nd ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20002899 TODAY
Pharmacy Production Clerk Pharmacy Production Clerk Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Whitestown, IN TODAY POSITION SUMMARY Accurate and timely execution of all assigned tasks in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions and supervisor direction. Tasks may include but are not limited to: Packing Orders - Timely and accurately packaging medications to be mailed out to patients while maintaining high quality standards. Identify issues that impact quality and productivity. Shipping Orders - Verify that patient order matches the paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels on box or bag. Escalate issues to Supervisor for action; provide input regarding solutions. Bottle Spotting – Requires accurate visual inspection of medication in patient bottles to ensure high quality standards are met. Identify any bottles or pills with defects or quality concerns, and identify any spills or mixed medications and report promptly. Good spotting skills are needed, including depth perception to look into bottles from above and notice discrepancies in the bottle, as well as peripheral vision to catch spills or stray drug outside of the bottles. Individual must be able to differentiate between shadows and actual pills, and differentiate between medication colors, sizes, and imprinted verbiage. Must read and evaluate items on computer monitor, navigate between screens, and‘flag’ bottles in appropriate screens/prompts. Validating – Ensure all bulk containers are properly scanned / validated to shelving units in compliance with documented Standard Operating Procedures. Read small print on container labels and shelf labels, as well as scan guns and compare to ensure accuracy. Bulking – Requires visual inspection of all medication at an individual pill/tablet/capsule level to ensure high quality standards are met; Identify any medications that have defects or quality concerns and report promptly. Prevent spills, mixed medications, and mixed Lot #’s and report any that occur immediately. Properly bulk, label, and scan Medications/containers for stocking the shelves. Read small print on various documents and compare to print on medications and bottles and labels. Removal – Collect and appropriately dispose of all things to be destroyed or recycled. Examples include cardboard, shrink wrap, plastic bottles, cotton, and paper product. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Ensure each container receives the correct drug and is labeled properly • Ensure each container is scanned appropriately into inventory • Ensure proper Personal Protection Equipment is used/worn when bulking utilizing a bottle cutter or for a dusty or hazardous drug • When working Validation, ensure each container is validated to the appropriate shelf location and placed in that corresponding location • When working Bottle Spotting, ensure that every bottle is viewed completely and that any bottle with an issue or any spill found is reporting promptly for Quality Review • Other duties as assigned *LI-DT1 QUALIFICATIONS • High School diploma or equivalent • Flexibility to work a shift Monday thru Friday, 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm • Previous experience in mail room, customer service or pharmacy very helpful • Good communication skill and motivation • Basic PC skills preferred • Ability to read and compare and differentiate data • Ability to stare/review small medications or bottles for long periods of time • Ability to be on feet walking for long periods of time • Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate heavy work volumes • Ability to stand for extended periods of time Job CategoryOperationsPrimary LocationUnited States-Indiana-WhitestownWork LocationsWhitestown, IN - 4750 East 450 South4750 East 450 SouthWhitestown46075ScheduleFull-timeShift2nd ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20003050 TODAY
Pharmacy Production Clerk Pharmacy Production Clerk Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Whitestown, IN TODAY POSITION SUMMARY Accurate and timely execution of all assigned tasks in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions and supervisor direction. Tasks may include but are not limited to: Packing Orders - Timely and accurately packaging medications to be mailed out to patients while maintaining high quality standards. Identify issues that impact quality and productivity. Shipping Orders - Verify that patient order matches the paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels on box or bag. Escalate issues to Supervisor for action; provide input regarding solutions. Bottle Spotting – Requires accurate visual inspection of medication in patient bottles to ensure high quality standards are met. Identify any bottles or pills with defects or quality concerns, and identify any spills or mixed medications and report promptly. Good spotting skills are needed, including depth perception to look into bottles from above and notice discrepancies in the bottle, as well as peripheral vision to catch spills or stray drug outside of the bottles. Individual must be able to differentiate between shadows and actual pills, and differentiate between medication colors, sizes, and imprinted verbiage. Must read and evaluate items on computer monitor, navigate between screens, and‘flag’ bottles in appropriate screens/prompts. Validating – Ensure all bulk containers are properly scanned / validated to shelving units in compliance with documented Standard Operating Procedures. Read small print on container labels and shelf labels, as well as scan guns and compare to ensure accuracy. Bulking – Requires visual inspection of all medication at an individual pill/tablet/capsule level to ensure high quality standards are met; Identify any medications that have defects or quality concerns and report promptly. Prevent spills, mixed medications, and mixed Lot #’s and report any that occur immediately. Properly bulk, label, and scan Medications/containers for stocking the shelves. Read small print on various documents and compare to print on medications and bottles and labels. Removal – Collect and appropriately dispose of all things to be destroyed or recycled. Examples include cardboard, shrink wrap, plastic bottles, cotton, and paper product. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Ensure each container receives the correct drug and is labeled properly • Ensure each container is scanned appropriately into inventory • Ensure proper Personal Protection Equipment is used/worn when bulking utilizing a bottle cutter or for a dusty or hazardous drug • When working Validation, ensure each container is validated to the appropriate shelf location and placed in that corresponding location • When working Bottle Spotting, ensure that every bottle is viewed completely and that any bottle with an issue or any spill found is reporting promptly for Quality Review • Other duties as assigned *LI-DT1 QUALIFICATIONS • High School diploma or equivalent • Flexibility to work a shift Monday thru Friday, 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm • Previous experience in mail room, customer service or pharmacy very helpful • Good communication skill and motivation • Basic PC skills preferred • Ability to read and compare and differentiate data • Ability to stare/review small medications or bottles for long periods of time • Ability to be on feet walking for long periods of time • Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate heavy work volumes • Ability to stand for extended periods of time Job CategoryOperationsPrimary LocationUnited States-Indiana-WhitestownWork LocationsWhitestown, IN - 4750 East 450 South4750 East 450 SouthWhitestown46075ScheduleFull-timeShift2nd ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20003048 TODAY
Pharmacy production Clerk Pharmacy production Clerk Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Whitestown, IN TODAY POSITION SUMMARY Accurate and timely execution of all assigned tasks in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions and supervisor direction. Tasks may include but are not limited to: Packing Orders - Timely and accurately packaging medications to be mailed out to patients while maintaining high quality standards. Identify issues that impact quality and productivity. Shipping Orders - Verify that patient order matches the paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels on box or bag. Escalate issues to Supervisor for action; provide input regarding solutions. Bottle Spotting – Requires accurate visual inspection of medication in patient bottles to ensure high quality standards are met. Identify any bottles or pills with defects or quality concerns, and identify any spills or mixed medications and report promptly. Good spotting skills are needed, including depth perception to look into bottles from above and notice discrepancies in the bottle, as well as peripheral vision to catch spills or stray drug outside of the bottles. Individual must be able to differentiate between shadows and actual pills, and differentiate between medication colors, sizes, and imprinted verbiage. Must read and evaluate items on computer monitor, navigate between screens, and‘flag’ bottles in appropriate screens/prompts. Validating – Ensure all bulk containers are properly scanned / validated to shelving units in compliance with documented Standard Operating Procedures. Read small print on container labels and shelf labels, as well as scan guns and compare to ensure accuracy. Bulking – Requires visual inspection of all medication at an individual pill/tablet/capsule level to ensure high quality standards are met; Identify any medications that have defects or quality concerns and report promptly. Prevent spills, mixed medications, and mixed Lot #’s and report any that occur immediately. Properly bulk, label, and scan Medications/containers for stocking the shelves. Read small print on various documents and compare to print on medications and bottles and labels. Removal – Collect and appropriately dispose of all things to be destroyed or recycled. Examples include cardboard, shrink wrap, plastic bottles, cotton, and paper product. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Ensure each container receives the correct drug and is labeled properly • Ensure each container is scanned appropriately into inventory • Ensure proper Personal Protection Equipment is used/worn when bulking utilizing a bottle cutter or for a dusty or hazardous drug • When working Validation, ensure each container is validated to the appropriate shelf location and placed in that corresponding location • When working Bottle Spotting, ensure that every bottle is viewed completely and that any bottle with an issue or any spill found is reporting promptly for Quality Review • Other duties as assigned *LI-DT1 QUALIFICATIONS • High School diploma or equivalent • Flexibility to work a shift Monday thru Friday, 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm • Previous experience in mail room, customer service or pharmacy very helpful • Good communication skill and motivation • Basic PC skills preferred • Ability to read and compare and differentiate data • Ability to stare/review small medications or bottles for long periods of time • Ability to be on feet walking for long periods of time • Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate heavy work volumes • Ability to stand for extended periods of time Job CategoryOperationsPrimary LocationUnited States-Indiana-WhitestownWork LocationsWhitestown, IN - 4750 East 450 South4750 East 450 SouthWhitestown46075ScheduleFull-timeShift2nd ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20003049 TODAY
Pharmacy Production Clerk Pharmacy Production Clerk Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Whitestown, IN TODAY POSITION SUMMARY Accurate and timely execution of all assigned tasks in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions and supervisor direction. Tasks may include but are not limited to: Packing Orders - Timely and accurately packaging medications to be mailed out to patients while maintaining high quality standards. Identify issues that impact quality and productivity. Shipping Orders - Verify that patient order matches the paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels on box or bag. Escalate issues to Supervisor for action; provide input regarding solutions. Bottle Spotting – Requires accurate visual inspection of medication in patient bottles to ensure high quality standards are met. Identify any bottles or pills with defects or quality concerns, and identify any spills or mixed medications and report promptly. Good spotting skills are needed, including depth perception to look into bottles from above and notice discrepancies in the bottle, as well as peripheral vision to catch spills or stray drug outside of the bottles. Individual must be able to differentiate between shadows and actual pills, and differentiate between medication colors, sizes, and imprinted verbiage. Must read and evaluate items on computer monitor, navigate between screens, and‘flag’ bottles in appropriate screens/prompts. Validating – Ensure all bulk containers are properly scanned / validated to shelving units in compliance with documented Standard Operating Procedures. Read small print on container labels and shelf labels, as well as scan guns and compare to ensure accuracy. Bulking – Requires visual inspection of all medication at an individual pill/tablet/capsule level to ensure high quality standards are met; Identify any medications that have defects or quality concerns and report promptly. Prevent spills, mixed medications, and mixed Lot #’s and report any that occur immediately. Properly bulk, label, and scan Medications/containers for stocking the shelves. Read small print on various documents and compare to print on medications and bottles and labels. Removal – Collect and appropriately dispose of all things to be destroyed or recycled. Examples include cardboard, shrink wrap, plastic bottles, cotton, and paper product. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Ensure each container receives the correct drug and is labeled properly • Ensure each container is scanned appropriately into inventory • Ensure proper Personal Protection Equipment is used/worn when bulking utilizing a bottle cutter or for a dusty or hazardous drug • When working Validation, ensure each container is validated to the appropriate shelf location and placed in that corresponding location • When working Bottle Spotting, ensure that every bottle is viewed completely and that any bottle with an issue or any spill found is reporting promptly for Quality Review • Other duties as assigned *LI-DT1 QUALIFICATIONS • High School diploma or equivalent • Flexibility to work a shift Monday thru Friday, 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm • Previous experience in mail room, customer service or pharmacy very helpful • Good communication skill and motivation • Basic PC skills preferred • Ability to read and compare and differentiate data • Ability to stare/review small medications or bottles for long periods of time • Ability to be on feet walking for long periods of time • Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate heavy work volumes • Ability to stand for extended periods of time Job CategoryOperationsPrimary LocationUnited States-Indiana-WhitestownWork LocationsWhitestown, IN - 4750 East 450 South4750 East 450 SouthWhitestown46075ScheduleFull-timeShift2nd ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20003045 TODAY
Pharmacy Production Clerk Pharmacy Production Clerk Full Time, Work From Home Express Scripts | Whitestown, IN TODAY POSITION SUMMARY Accurate and timely execution of all assigned tasks in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions and supervisor direction. Tasks may include but are not limited to: Packing Orders - Timely and accurately packaging medications to be mailed out to patients while maintaining high quality standards. Identify issues that impact quality and productivity. Shipping Orders - Verify that patient order matches the paperwork, envelopes, medications, packing and or shipping labels on box or bag. Escalate issues to Supervisor for action; provide input regarding solutions. Bottle Spotting – Requires accurate visual inspection of medication in patient bottles to ensure high quality standards are met. Identify any bottles or pills with defects or quality concerns, and identify any spills or mixed medications and report promptly. Good spotting skills are needed, including depth perception to look into bottles from above and notice discrepancies in the bottle, as well as peripheral vision to catch spills or stray drug outside of the bottles. Individual must be able to differentiate between shadows and actual pills, and differentiate between medication colors, sizes, and imprinted verbiage. Must read and evaluate items on computer monitor, navigate between screens, and‘flag’ bottles in appropriate screens/prompts. Validating – Ensure all bulk containers are properly scanned / validated to shelving units in compliance with documented Standard Operating Procedures. Read small print on container labels and shelf labels, as well as scan guns and compare to ensure accuracy. Bulking – Requires visual inspection of all medication at an individual pill/tablet/capsule level to ensure high quality standards are met; Identify any medications that have defects or quality concerns and report promptly. Prevent spills, mixed medications, and mixed Lot #’s and report any that occur immediately. Properly bulk, label, and scan Medications/containers for stocking the shelves. Read small print on various documents and compare to print on medications and bottles and labels. Removal – Collect and appropriately dispose of all things to be destroyed or recycled. Examples include cardboard, shrink wrap, plastic bottles, cotton, and paper product. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Ensure each container receives the correct drug and is labeled properly • Ensure each container is scanned appropriately into inventory • Ensure proper Personal Protection Equipment is used/worn when bulking utilizing a bottle cutter or for a dusty or hazardous drug • When working Validation, ensure each container is validated to the appropriate shelf location and placed in that corresponding location • When working Bottle Spotting, ensure that every bottle is viewed completely and that any bottle with an issue or any spill found is reporting promptly for Quality Review • Other duties as assigned *LI-DT1 QUALIFICATIONS • High School diploma or equivalent • Flexibility to work a shift Monday thru Friday, 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm • Previous experience in mail room, customer service or pharmacy very helpful • Good communication skill and motivation • Basic PC skills preferred • Ability to read and compare and differentiate data • Ability to stare/review small medications or bottles for long periods of time • Ability to be on feet walking for long periods of time • Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate heavy work volumes • Ability to stand for extended periods of time Job CategoryOperationsPrimary LocationUnited States-Indiana-WhitestownWork LocationsWhitestown, IN - 4750 East 450 South4750 East 450 SouthWhitestown46075ScheduleFull-timeShift2nd ShiftEmployee StatusRegularTravelNoWork From Home?No Internal ID: REQ20003047 TODAY