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The Inventory Specialist is responsible for working with Pharmacy administration to ensure:
Appropriate drug purchasing, receiving, and stocking of inventory to facilitate positive patient outcomes
Education High School Graduate (GED) Required;
Experience State Technician Certification; Inventory management Experience preferred; 3 years of Pharmacy experience required; Hospital pharmacy experience required; 340B experience preferred
State Certified Registered Technician with the Board of Pharmacy
340B On-line University (must be completed within 1 year of hire date)
Core Job Responsibilities
Effectively utilizes technology to transmit and receive orders daily.
Effectively acquires inventory during periods of vendor stock outs when it occurs.
Proper placement/rotation/labeling of stock on shelves/carousels/narc station daily.
All assigned areas of the pharmacy must be stocked and checked for expired medications.
Reviews price changes within wholesaler catalog, updates and communicates inventory file maintenance as needed.
Monitors inventory levels on a daily basis and determines order quantities for all applicable vendors according to established departmental guidelines.
Determines appropriate PAR levels, updates software and reorder points for stock whenever usage patterns change.
Efficiently executes returns/recalls to wholesaler and reconciles borrow/loans in a timely manner.
Ensures DSCSA requirements are maintained.
Receives, fills, and documents interdepartmental orders.
Creates purchase orders on computer systems and properly distributes hardcopy documentation daily.
Compiles Direct vendor purchases for monthly reporting and split billing software import.
Provides customer service to hospital departments regarding inventory inquires.
Completes required physical inspections of assigned off-site departments and physician practices.
Communicates effectively and operates as a team player.
Other responsibilities as assigned