Lead Pharmacy Technician - JPS Correctional
Maxor National Pharmacy Services is seeking a nationally certified pharmacy technician to work in the Lead Pharmacy Technician position at JPS Correctional Pharmacy at JPS Health Network. JPS Correctional pharmacy is one of the Maxor managed pharmacies in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
We're Maxor and we're building a different kind of pharmacy company. We're transforming the pharmacy industry to create healthier lives through purposeful engagement across Pharmacy Benefit Management, Pharmacy Management, Specialty Pharmacy, 340B, Rebate and Formulary Management, and Pharmacies. We put people first and are committed to providing outstanding service across all aspects of our business. We believe there's a better way to deliver pharmacy and healthcare services to people across the country, and we'd love for you to help us do it.
The Maxor workforce brings robust experience, diverse perspectives and passion from over 1,000 employees working all over the US in pharmacies, hospitals, home offices, or corporate offices.
The Lead Pharmacy Technician must have good working knowledge of general responsibilities of a pharmacy technician related to filling orders for unit doses, pre-packaging pharmaceuticals, DEA controlled substances, supplemental medications, emergency kits, and general stock requisitions. Will perform various related pharmacy duties including quality improvement activities and staff training. This position will be located within a correctional facility. The Lead Pharmacy Technician must be willing and able to operate and maintain dispensing machinery, and must have reliable transportation, and the ability to travel between facilities during their designated shift.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (These duties must be performed with or without reasonable accommodation. This document in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position):
Pharmacy Law and Regulation
Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding (if applicable to the location)
Pharmacy Quality Assurance
Medication Order Entry and Fill Process
Pharmacy Inventory Management
Education: An Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required. PTCB or NHA National Pharmacy Technician Certification and/or State registration required based on client/site. May also possess advanced certifications.
Experience: Relevant work experience. Experience may be substituted for education criteria.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Why Choose a Career at Maxor?
Maxor offers a diverse, progressive culture that supports a “dress for your day” attire, and a collaborative, team oriented environment. We offer a comprehensive compensation & benefits package including:
The innovative spirit at Maxor will transform the way you think about pharmacy & healthcare services. As we pave the way in a relentless commitment to positive health outcomes, it’s never been a better time to be part of the Maxor team!
To Apply: please go online at https://careers-maxor.icims.com/
Maxor is an EOE, including disability/vets