Careers at Wells Pharmacy Network

Wells Pharmacy Network is expanding rapidly and we are seeking talented and motivated professionals to join our team as we continue to grow. We value our employees and offer ongoing training and diverse career paths to help you excel in your career. We have full-time and part-time positions with attractive salaries available at our three locations in Florida (Wellington-Corporate and Ocala-Pharmacy) and Tennessee (Dyersburg-Pharmacy).

For more information regarding open positions or to submit your resume, please contact Wells Human Resources at: hradmin1@wellsrx.com.

Available positions include:

The Pharmacy Technician works collaboratively with other pharmacy technicians to make compounds under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist. This candidate must be focused on achieving individual and team productivity goals while maintaining a high level of accuracy.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The pharmacy technician must conduct himself/herself in a professional manner in conformity with all applicable federal, state, and municipal laws and regulations in his/her relationship with the public, health care professions, and pharmacists.
  • The pharmacy technician’s tasks are assigned and overseen by the supervising pharmacist.
  • The pharmacy technician’s performed tasks is checked and approved by the supervising pharmacist.
  • Other tasks performed by the pharmacy technician that is not defined as the practice of pharmacy, it will be considered a violation.
  • The pharmacy technician holds confidential all records concerning patients’ and physicians’ medication profile.
  • Printed records will be given only upon written consent by the actual person to whom the information pertains.
  • The pharmacy technician may obtain prescriber authorization for prescription refills, provided there are no changes in the prescription.
  • The pharmacy technician cannot make judgment calls regarding prescription information and filling that may affect the patient care.

APPROVED TASKS:

  • Placing, packing, pouring, or putting in a container for dispensing, sale, distribution, transfer possession of, vending, or barter any drug, medicine, poison, or chemical which, under the laws of the United States or State in which the Pharmacy is located, may be sold or dispensed only on the prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals. This shall also include the adding of water for reconstitution of oral antibiotic liquids.
  • Placing in or affixing upon any container a label required to be placed upon drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals sold or dispensed upon prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe those drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals.
  • Selecting, taking from, and replacing upon shelves in the prescription department of a pharmacy or apothecary drugs, medicines, chemicals, or poisons which are required by the law of the United States or the State in which the Pharmacy is located, to be sold or dispensed only on prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe them.
  • Preparing, typing, or writing labels (in a manual system) to be placed or affixed on any container in which a label is required to be placed upon drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals sold or dispensed upon prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe those drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals.
  • Enter information into the pharmacy computer (in a computer system). The pharmacy technician shall not make any judgment decisions which could affect patient care. The final verification of prescription information, entered into the computer, shall be made by the supervising pharmacist—prior to dispensing—who is then totally responsible for all aspects of the data and data entry.
  • Obtain prescriber authorization for prescription refills provided that nothing about the prescription is changed.
  • Prepackaging and labeling of multi-dose and unit-dose packages of medication. The pharmacist must establish the procedures, including the selection of containers, labels, and lot numbers, and must check the finished task.
  • Recording patient and medication information. The recording of patient or medication information in a manual or an electronic system for later validation by the pharmacist may be performed by pharmacy technicians.

Note: The pharmacy technician shall not make any judgment decisions which could affect patient care.

COMPOUNDING:

The pharmacy technician may assist in the following tasks when the pharmacist has established a procedure for reconstitution of prefabricated no-injectable medication, bulk compounding, and/or preparation of parenteral products that establish the order of addition of ingredients, the point at which the ingredients will be checked by the pharmacist and the point at which the final product will be checked for integrity, correctness, and pharmaceutical elegance.

Compounding nonsterile and sterile preparations:

  • Bulk reconstitution of prefabricated non-injectable medication – may include the addition of multiple additives.
  • Bulk compounding – This category may include such items as sterile bulk solutions for small volume injectables, sterile irrigating solutions, products prepared in relatively large volume for internal or external use by patients, and reagents or other products for the pharmacy or other departments of the facility.
  • Preparation of parenteral products – Pharmacy technicians may (1) perform functions involving reconstitution of single or multiple dosage units that are to be administered to a given patient as a unit and (2) perform functions involving the addition of one manufacturer’s single dose or multiple unit doses of the same product to another manufacturer’s prepared unit to be administered to a patient. Pharmacy technicians shall not add multiple ingredients in preparing parenteral products but may draw up or prepare the ingredients. The pharmacist must check the preparations and make the final addition.
  • Other – Pharmacy technicians may perform other functions as prescribed by the pharmacist-in-charge.

HOURS
3 pm – 11:30 pm

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Registered Pharmacy Technician in the state of Florida

EDUCATION
High school or equivalent

The Pharmacy Technician works collaboratively with other pharmacy technicians to make compounds under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist. This candidate must be focused on achieving individual and team productivity goals while maintaining a high level of accuracy.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The pharmacy technician must conduct himself/herself in a professional manner in conformity with all applicable federal, state, and municipal laws and regulations in his/her relationship with the public, health care professions, and pharmacists.
  • The pharmacy technician’s tasks are assigned and overseen by the supervising pharmacist.
  • The pharmacy technician’s performed tasks is checked and approved by the supervising pharmacist.
  • Other tasks performed by the pharmacy technician that is not defined as the practice of pharmacy, it will be considered a violation.
  • The pharmacy technician holds confidential all records concerning patients’ and physicians’ medication profile.
  • Printed records will be given only upon written consent by the actual person to whom the information pertains.
  • The pharmacy technician may obtain prescriber authorization for prescription refills, provided there are no changes in the prescription.
  • The pharmacy technician cannot make judgment calls regarding prescription information and filling that may affect the patient care.

APPROVED TASKS:

  • Placing, packing, pouring, or putting in a container for dispensing, sale, distribution, transfer possession of, vending, or barter any drug, medicine, poison, or chemical which, under the laws of the United States or State in which the Pharmacy is located, may be sold or dispensed only on the prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals. This shall also include the adding of water for reconstitution of oral antibiotic liquids.
  • Placing in or affixing upon any container a label required to be placed upon drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals sold or dispensed upon prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe those drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals.
  • Selecting, taking from, and replacing upon shelves in the prescription department of a pharmacy or apothecary drugs, medicines, chemicals, or poisons which are required by the law of the United States or the State in which the Pharmacy is located, to be sold or dispensed only on prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe them.
  • Preparing, typing, or writing labels (in a manual system) to be placed or affixed on any container in which a label is required to be placed upon drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals sold or dispensed upon prescription of a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe those drugs, medicines, poisons, or chemicals.
  • Enter information into the pharmacy computer (in a computer system). The pharmacy technician shall not make any judgment decisions which could affect patient care. The final verification of prescription information, entered into the computer, shall be made by the supervising pharmacist—prior to dispensing—who is then totally responsible for all aspects of the data and data entry.
  • Obtain prescriber authorization for prescription refills provided that nothing about the prescription is changed.
  • Prepackaging and labeling of multi-dose and unit-dose packages of medication. The pharmacist must establish the procedures, including the selection of containers, labels, and lot numbers, and must check the finished task.
  • Recording patient and medication information. The recording of patient or medication information in a manual or an electronic system for later validation by the pharmacist may be performed by pharmacy technicians.

Note: The pharmacy technician shall not make any judgment decisions which could affect patient care.

COMPOUNDING:

The pharmacy technician may assist in the following tasks when the pharmacist has established a procedure for reconstitution of prefabricated no-injectable medication, bulk compounding, and/or preparation of parenteral products that establish the order of addition of ingredients, the point at which the ingredients will be checked by the pharmacist and the point at which the final product will be checked for integrity, correctness, and pharmaceutical elegance.

Compounding nonsterile and sterile preparations:

  • Bulk reconstitution of prefabricated non-injectable medication – may include the addition of multiple additives.
  • Bulk compounding – This category may include such items as sterile bulk solutions for small volume injectables, sterile irrigating solutions, products prepared in relatively large volume for internal or external use by patients, and reagents or other products for the pharmacy or other departments of the facility.
  • Preparation of parenteral products – Pharmacy technicians may (1) perform functions involving reconstitution of single or multiple dosage units that are to be administered to a given patient as a unit and (2) perform functions involving the addition of one manufacturer’s single dose or multiple unit doses of the same product to another manufacturer’s prepared unit to be administered to a patient. Pharmacy technicians shall not add multiple ingredients in preparing parenteral products but may draw up or prepare the ingredients. The pharmacist must check the preparations and make the final addition.
  • Other – Pharmacy technicians may perform other functions as prescribed by the pharmacist-in-charge.

HOURS
3 pm – 11:30 pm

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Registered Pharmacy Technician in the state of Tennessee

EDUCATION
High school or equivalent

This role will primarily be focused in on data entry keying veterinarian products orders timely and accurately.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Key order timely and accurate
  • Educate customers on our veterinarian medication offerings, services, policies and procedure
  • Customer’s billing/shipping information must be gathered and reviewed before an order is keyed to ensure accuracy
  • Responsible for contacting “each” customer to review and update their profile.
  • CS2 will be monitored for the number of orders keyed as well the percentage of errors that are occurring daily, weekly and monthly.
  • Responds promptly and professionally to all customer inquiries and re-directs to applicable departments as needed.
  • Handles and resolves customer complaints promptly and professionally.
  • Communicates timely with the customer when an order has been delayed, cancelled or interrupted.
  • Secures payment during the order intake process.
  • Communicates payment requirements professionally and accurately.
  • Maintains compliance with company and HIPAA patient confidentiality requirements.
  • Expected to meet minimum quota and productivity requirements
  • Perform other related duties as directed.
  • Expected to follow all policies and procedures as set forth by the company and supervisor.
  • Expected to manage time effectively
  • General Office tasks as assigned.
  • Participate in projects as assigned by Supervisor.
  • Maintains a professional appearance at all times. Expected to conducts self in a professional manner in the workplace.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Current Pharmacy Technician License.  Certification preferred.

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Microsoft Office Suite, Pharmacy Software.

Assists the Quality Assurance Specialist in the compounding pharmacy to ensure quality products and care to customers by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Performs data entry tasks for the department including input of letters, reports, license renewals on-line, and other tasks using various computer programs.
  • Performs practitioner license verifications.
  • Assists with reviewing quality assurance standards and existing pharmacy policies and procedures.
  • Assists with writing and reviewing quality assurance policies and procedures.
  • Assists with compiling statistical data and writing reports summarizing quality assurance findings.
  • Assists with regulatory training (i.e. respiratory, hazards communication, personal protective equipment, etc.)
  • Assists with assuring all personnel are meeting federal and state regulations regarding compounding, personal protective equipment, aseptic technique, etc.
  • All other tasks as assigned by the Quality Assurance Manager.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
None

QUALIFICATIONS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
High School diploma and at least six months to one year related experience and/or training. Keyboarding speed minimum 40WPM with a minimum accuracy of 95%

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Ability to write reports.  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from management, clients, customers, and the general public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.

REASONING SKILLS
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
CPhT preferred
RTW Certification preferred

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

CSR /Data Entry are primarily responsible for ensuring quality customer service is provided to our customers and orders are keyed into the system timely and accurately.  Communication is critical in this role to both internal and external customers as well as the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Key patient data timely and accurate
  • Customer’s billing/shipping information must be gathered and reviewed before an order is keyed to ensure accuracy
  • Responsible for contacting “each” customer to review and update their profile.
  • Responds promptly and professionally to all customer inquiries and re-directs to applicable departments as needed.
  • Handles and resolves customer complaints promptly and professionally.
  • Communicates timely with the customer when an order has been delayed, cancelled or interrupted.
  • Secures payment during the order intake process.
  • Communicates payment requirements professionally and accurately.
  • Maintains compliance with company and HIPAA patient confidentiality requirements.
  • Expected to meet individual and team metrics
  • Perform other related duties as directed.
  • Expected to follow all policies and procedures as set forth by the company and supervisor.
  • Expected to manage time effectively
  • General Office tasks as assigned.
  • Participate in projects as assigned by Supervisor.
  • Maintains a professional appearance at all times. Expected to conducts self in a professional manner in the workplace.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Current Pharmacy Technician License preferred

COMPUTER SKILLS
Microsoft Office Suite, Pharmacy Software.

TYPING SKILLS
60+ wpm

Account Managers are responsible for maximizing the effectiveness of the Field Sales Managers (FSR) by producing high quality leads and working as a team towards agreed set targets and profitability goals. To provide a high level of sales support by ensuring all queries are responded to in an efficient, professional and timely manner.
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