Pharmacy Technician

Woonsocket, RI

Post Date: 08/24/2017 Job ID: 23315 Category: Pharmacy

Job Description:
  • Responsible for the day to day DEA 106 process pertaining to all compliance matters throughout the enterprise pharmacy fulfillment process.
  • Maintain compliance with DEA and additional regulatory reporting departments.
  • The Lead Coordinator will leverage a dedicated compliance tracking database to complete and monitor all Control Substance reporting.
  • This position will work independently as well as in collaboration with colleagues from across the organization.
  • The Lead Coordinator will be required to work within a cross function matrix of business colleagues to include Compliance, Legal, and Fulfillment operations.
  • In addition, the Lead Coordinator will represent the Compliance Department at key business meetings and serve as an active contributor.
  • Additionally this position will assist in the support the regulatory agency case management and other regulatory operational functions.

Responsibilities:
  • Submit Initial Notifications regarding potential drug loss into a database.
  • Review and analyze record details to determine appropriate closing language and documentation aligned with DEA regulations.
  • Submit DEA 106 information into the DEA website application for electronic filing.
  • Create and submit Letters of Conclusion when applicable for suspected losses.
  • Provide copies of official DEA 106 information back to stores, Boards of Pharmacies, and state required organizations as mandated by each state.
  • Conduct follow-up with Pharmacy Supervisors as needed to gather appropriate information.
  • Report and Analyze loss trends across the organization.
  • Submit Initial Notifications regarding potential drug loss into a database.
  • Review and analyze record details to determine appropriate closing language and documentation aligned with DEA regulations.
  • Submit DEA 106 information into the DEA website application for electronic filing.
  • Create and submit Letters of Conclusion when applicable for suspected losses.
  • Provide copies of official DEA 106 information back to stores, Boards of Pharmacies, and state required organizations as mandated by each state.
  • Conduct follow-up with Pharmacy Supervisors as needed to gather appropriate information.
  • Report and Analyze loss trends across the organization.

Qualifications:
  • Active current licensure in Rhode Island required.
  • Nationally Certified Pharmacy Technician preferred.
  • Must have a high degree of accuracy and the ability to work independently.
  • Bachelor's Degree preferred.
  • Computer competency and literacy in Microsoft Windows applications.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to interact at all levels of the organization (Senior Management, Field Management, Business Units within Corporate environment).
  • Proven ability to work independently and to recognize and resolve issues.
  • Ability to work with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail in a fast paced office environment.
  • Team player with the ability to act as an advocate on behalf of the business.

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