SelectQuote Insurance Services

Assistant Manager Pharmacy and PIC

Location US-KS-Overland Park
ID 2024-3025
Category
Pharmacy
Position Type
Full-Time
Remote
No
Posted Salary Range
USD $130,000.00 - USD $140,000.00 /Yr.

Company Overview

 

More than 35 years ago, SelectQuote was founded on one core promise: to help our customers protect the people they value most. We pioneered the way consumers shopped for term life insurance, and now, we also help people find home insurance, auto insurance, senior health insurance and more. Our quick and easy process saves consumers both time and money, and today, more than 2 million families trust us to help them with their insurance needs.

 

But what truly sets us apart is our people, and the opportunities to grow your career with SelectQuote are unmatched.

Job Description

Job Summary:

The Assistant Manager Pharmacy assists both the pharmacy manager of SelectRx and staff to ensure operational measures are obtained and helps support the management of the pharmacy staff internally and externally.   This role also manages inventory management and the Pharmacist in Charge for their respective facility.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities:

This position does have supervisory responsibilities.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Supports Quality Improvement for the department

Supports and supervises departmental personnel including: orientation training monitoring determining workload and delegating assignments scheduling and evaluating performance (on an annual basis or as needed with Pharmacy Manager) and support the corrective and disciplinary actions

Implements and adheres to all SelectRx policies and procedures

Participates and assists in the screening interviewing and evaluation of employee candidates while also making recommendations to hire promote or discipline current employees while coordinating and implementing teamwork

Operates within the professional standards in compliance with Federal State Local and Business regulations while enforcing the laws regarding the practice of pharmacy

Performs other duties as assigned by the pharmacy manager.

Responsible for onsite inventory purchase management and maintenance

This role will be the Pharmacist in Charge:  Responsibility for conformance with all Federal and State laws and regulations applicable to the conduct of an outsourcing facility is placed upon the ownership of the establishment and upon the individual that is designated as the supervising pharmacist. Both the owner (and corporate officer) and the designated supervisor sign the application for the registration of the establishment. It is the supervising pharmacist who is looked upon as the knowledgeable person who will direct and control the State and Federal compliance and other professional functions at the establishment. The supervising pharmacist oversees the practice of licensed and unlicensed persons and insures that no one engages in unlawful activity. Not only is the supervising pharmacist responsible for the acts of others but their responsibility continues even during times when they are not physically present.

They must be aware of all laws and regulations pertaining the establishment's activities and must instruct and direct others in order to insure full compliance. When a supervising pharmacist ceases to serve in that capacity he/she should notify the Board of Pharmacy immediately in writing and indicate the date of termination of duties. It will be the responsibility of the ownership to designate an appropriate successor.

The responsibilities of the supervisor include but are not limited to the following:

Keep in proper form all records required relating to the purchase and distribution of all prescription drugs (including controlled substances) and all products compounded at that facility.

Submit a report every six months identifying all drugs compounded in the previous six months.

Eliminate from stock all misbranded and adulterated drugs including outdated and improperly labeled drugs.

Insure that all drugs are compounded under the personal supervision of a licensed pharmacist.

Provide for the proper storage of drugs in order to prevent loss or deterioration.

Assure security and limited access to all areas holding prescription drugs and devices.

Insure against all unauthorized sales or distribution of prescription drugs to establishments or professionals not authorized to receive such items. Verification must be obtained from the New York State Board of Pharmacy office at 518-474-3817 ext 130.

Issue verbal and written notice to each of his/her subordinates concerning the laws regulations and rules (State and Federal) to maintain full compliance.

Assure complete compliance with the Drug Quality & Security Act 2013 (Federal).

Notify the Board of Pharmacy of establishment address changes not less than 30 days prior to the expected date of relocation

 

Skills/Abilities:

Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner

Develops alternative solutions

Works well in group problem solving situations

Uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics

Strives to continuously build knowledge and skills

Responds promptly to patient needs

Solicits customer feedback to improve service and assistance

Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations

Listen and get clarification

Participates in team meetings

Balances team and individual responsibilities

Gives and welcomes feedback

Contributes to building a positive team spirit

Develops workable implementation plans

Communicates changes effectively

Highly motivated

Demonstrated leadership and/or supervisory experience

Skilled at directing and motivating the pharmacy staff

Strong critical-thinking/problem-solving skills

Proven conflict management/resolution skills

High professional ethics and standards

Strong team player and team building skills; ability to collaborate with all levels of management associates clients and general public

Knowledge and understanding of all pharmacy software

Demonstrates appropriate written and oral communication skills

High degree of interpersonal and organizational skills

Maintains confidentiality (HIPAA)

Keep track of multiple tasks

Reliable outgoing and highly effective at relating to others

Ability to effectively interact with all levels of management associates patients and general public

Proficiency in reading writing and speaking is required

 

Education and Experience: 

B.S. Pharmacy degree or Pharm. D. degree from an accredited School of

Pharmacy

Must hold a valid RPH license

5+ years of relative pharmacy work experience

2+ years of demonstrable experience in a managerial capacity at a pharmacy

 

Requirements:

Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

 

SelectQuote Core Values:

Service: We create positive customer experiences.

Entrepreneurship: We create innovate & take risks.

Leadership: We build & invest in high-performing teams. Empowerment: We embrace a changing environment.

Courage: We challenge the status quo & drive continuous improvement.

Teamwork: We help support & celebrate each other.

 

Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required.

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