The Inventory Assistant plays an integral role in the success of pharmacy operations. Receiving PO's in a timely manner and accurately putting product in the correct bin location ensures patient safety, inventory accuracy and exceptional customer service. The Inventory Clerk is responsible for unloading and break down of pallets, pre-sortation of totes and verifying all NDC's against PO's while meeting production standards. Reconciliation of overages/shortages and proper reporting is a daily task. Under the general supervision of the Inventory Manager, the Inventory Assistant maintains detailed records of received product.
Schedule: Monday-Friday: 2pm-1030pm with rotational Saturdays. Mandatory OT as required
Verifies paperwork with total # of totes from DC
Unloads product from truck
Separates product by lot numbers and expiration dates
Verification of NDC and Qty of each item and reconciles against PO
Proper filing and maintenance of all DC receipts and Purchase Order paperwork
Use of handheld scanner application to scan, receive and reconcile incoming product, keying in quantities
Assists with annual physical inventory
Good mathematical reasoning: count, calculate pack size
Log and report total put away lines per hour, total items received
Performs monthly date check sweeps for short dated and expired product
Researches PO discrepancies initiating cycle count and maintains error logs
Complies with all appropriate policies including DSCSA
Rotation of product, attention to detail reporting damaged product
Assist with reverse logistics credit returns program - maintaining records, preparing and scheduling shipments
Maintain a safe and efficient workspace and proper protocols for maintaining a safe working area.
High School Diploma or GED
Warehouse experience a plus
Basic computer skills
RF Scanner experience preferred
Able to read computer generated screens
Good communication skills
Good mathematical skills
Strong organizational skills; keen attention to detail
Ability to work independently with little or no supervision
Excellent customer service skills demonstrated to internal team members
Put away in refrigerated walk in cooler (3% of weekly hours)
High School Diploma or GED preferred
Physical Requirements (e.g., lifting, standing for extended periods, climbing)
Able to select, lift and carry objects ( up to 20 - 25lbs)
Operate pallet jack, hand truck or dolly
Box cutter cut cases of product
Extensive walking and standing (8+ hours/day)
Requires bending, twisting, reaching, and grasping
Use of step ladder to reach product
Career Level: IC-Business Support-B2
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