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AmerisourceBergen Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Field Reimbursement Manager - Milwaukee - 00001ID7 Description Field Reimbursement Manager – Healthcare Reimbursement – Specialty Providers Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen Corporation, is currently seeking a Field Reimbursement Manager to partner with clients and provide field support for patient access to physician administered drugs. Demonstrated experience with Specialty providers is required to be considered for this role. Territory: To be considered, applicants must reside within 45 minutes of a major airport in the Milwaukee metropolitan area and be able to travel 3-4 nights per week each week. Relocation assistance is not available for this role. Position Overview: The Reimbursement Manager will work directly to support the needs of the manufacturer’s sales force and their customers in coordination with their client liaison will serve as an expert in payer policies and provide support to facilitate appropriate patient access and utilization of services to ensure their access to care. Responsibilities: Activities include, but are not limited to: • Interacting with key stake holders within the physician practice or hospital outpatient location •Facilitating live training and education (group sizes vary) •Reviewing patient insurance benefit options •Validating prior authorization requirements •Identifying alternate funding/financial assistance programs •Reviewing appropriate billing and coding for products •Assisting with resolving reimbursement issues •Coordinating with our client’s patient support services programs representatives. •Educating physician office staff on the use of our client’s patient assistance and reimbursement support line services including web based provider programs •Providing information on relevant reimbursement topics related to our client’s products. About Xcenda Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen, is an integrated, world-class consulting organization focused on value, reimbursement and patient access. Our company brings together a team of exceptional healthcare and business professionals whose multidisciplinary experience fulfills an unmet need in the marketplace. We provide customized solutions and innovative approaches that discover and communicate the value of pharmaceuticals and other healthcare technologies. Why Xcenda Xcenda currently provides health care reimbursement teams for several pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical clients. These teams are responsible for providing field support for patient access to our client’s products through interaction with the client’s reimbursement support program. These reimbursement specialists provide their expertise and experience to help resolve patient access issues and to provide educational services within a physician office environment. Reimbursement specialists work directly with prescribers and their office support staff and commonly interact with other reimbursement and patient support services provided by our clients. Qualifications Requirements Requires training generally obtained through completion of a 4 year Bachelor’s degree program,or equivalent combination of experience and education. Advanced degree or specific Practice Management experience preferred. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in public or private third party reimbursement arena or practice management including the revenue cycle; or pharmaceutical industry in managed care or reimbursement. Must have experience with specialty providers (oncology, rheumatology, urology, gastroenterology) on the reimbursement, provider and operations side Specific knowledge of specialty pharmacy and provider interactions required Technical knowledge of health care reimbursement from a patient and provider perspective (miscellaneous J codes, billing coding, appeals process) Knowledge of private payer Medicare and Medicaid structure systems and reimbursement process Ability to travel overnight for 3-4 nights per week; 75% travel Strong communication skills; ability to effectively interact with physicians and their staff Ability to analyze and interpret regulation and legislation Demonstrated teamwork abilities Project management skills Ability to work independently Ability to manage expenses within allocated budgets (Company Credit Card for approved travel expenses and related charges) Good driving record; Ability to drive during the daytime and nighttime Live within 45 minute drive of major airport (No relocation assistance is available) Ability to utilize own car for travel (mileage reimbursed) Ability to schedule individual work related travel (air hotel rental car as needed) Above average computer skills: PowerPoint Excel Word #LI-TW1 Organization: Xcenda Job: Consulting Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Wisconsin-Milwaukee Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen West Virginia-Charleston
Field Reimbursement Manager - West Virginia - Charleston, Blacksburg or Huntington - 00001IEL Description Field Reimbursement Manager – Healthcare Reimbursement – Specialty Providers Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen Corporation, is currently seeking a Field Reimbursement Manager to partner with clients and provide field support for patient access to physician administered drugs. Demonstrated experience with Specialty providers is required to be considered for this role. Territory: To be considered, applicants must reside within 45 minutes of a major airport in the Charleston, Blacksburg or Huntington metropolitan areas and be able to travel 3-4 nights per week each week. Relocation assistance is not available for this role. Position Overview: The Reimbursement Manager will work directly to support the needs of the manufacturer’s sales force and their customers in coordination with their client liaison will serve as an expert in payer policies and provide support to facilitate appropriate patient access and utilization of services to ensure their access to care. Responsibilities: Activities include, but are not limited to: • Interacting with key stake holders within the physician practice or hospital outpatient location •Facilitating live training and education (group sizes vary) •Reviewing patient insurance benefit options •Validating prior authorization requirements •Identifying alternate funding/financial assistance programs •Reviewing appropriate billing and coding for products •Assisting with resolving reimbursement issues •Coordinating with our client’s patient support services programs representatives. •Educating physician office staff on the use of our client’s patient assistance and reimbursement support line services including web based provider programs •Providing information on relevant reimbursement topics related to our client’s products. About Xcenda Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen, is an integrated, world-class consulting organization focused on value, reimbursement and patient access. Our company brings together a team of exceptional healthcare and business professionals whose multidisciplinary experience fulfills an unmet need in the marketplace. We provide customized solutions and innovative approaches that discover and communicate the value of pharmaceuticals and other healthcare technologies. Why Xcenda Xcenda currently provides health care reimbursement teams for several pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical clients. These teams are responsible for providing field support for patient access to our client’s products through interaction with the client’s reimbursement support program. These reimbursement specialists provide their expertise and experience to help resolve patient access issues and to provide educational services within a physician office environment. Reimbursement specialists work directly with prescribers and their office support staff and commonly interact with other reimbursement and patient support services provided by our clients. Qualifications Requirements Requires training generally obtained through completion of a 4 year Bachelor’s degree program,or equivalent combination of experience and education. Advanced degree or specific Practice Management experience preferred. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in public or private third party reimbursement arena or practice management including the revenue cycle; or pharmaceutical industry in managed care or reimbursement. Must have experience with specialty providers (oncology, rheumatology, urology, gastroenterology) on the reimbursement, provider and operations side Specific knowledge of specialty pharmacy and provider interactions required Technical knowledge of health care reimbursement from a patient and provider perspective (miscellaneous J codes, billing coding, appeals process) Knowledge of private payer Medicare and Medicaid structure systems and reimbursement process Ability to travel overnight for 3-4 nights per week; 75% travel Strong communication skills; ability to effectively interact with physicians and their staff Ability to analyze and interpret regulation and legislation Demonstrated teamwork abilities Project management skills Ability to work independently Ability to manage expenses within allocated budgets (Company Credit Card for approved travel expenses and related charges) Good driving record; Ability to drive during the daytime and nighttime Live within 45 minute drive of major airport (No relocation assistance is available) Ability to utilize own car for travel (mileage reimbursed) Ability to schedule individual work related travel (air hotel rental car as needed) Above average computer skills: PowerPoint Excel Word #LI-TW1 Organization: Xcenda Job: Consulting Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-West Virginia-Charleston Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Seattle
Administrative Assistant I - 00001IMO Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under close supervision of the designated manager or supervisor, performs the administrative functions for one or more departments. Responsibilities include activities such as generating and distributing reports, maintaining business information, drafting correspondence, and acting as the department contact to internal and external customers. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Performs general administrative tasks such as handling the mail, typing, filing, and answering phones. Establishes and maintains office files, makes appointments and arranges meeting rooms as required. Compiles information from various sources and utilizes the information for uses such as generating reports. Audits and maintains various reports specific to his/her department by checking for errors, inconsistencies or discrepancies; makes corrections and notifies appropriate personnel of any modifications. Ensures that department schedules and calendars are kept updated. Updates and maintains pertinent business information via computer or department files. Assists with a variety of scheduled and unscheduled projects occurring in the department at any given time. Drafts and types correspondence and/or presentations to be sent to internal and external contacts. May process personnel/payroll information for assigned pay group or associates in the department. Interacts frequently with inter-departmental associates and management for the purpose of resolving workload issues. May provide backup support for other administrative associates in the department such as handling multi-line phone system, greeting visitors, and other receptionist-related duties. Handles incoming and outgoing phones for the department and responds to questions and/or requests in a professional manner. Assists and supports department managers in preparing for meetings. Maintains and promotes positive and professional working relationships with associates and management. Complies with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and regulations. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires broad training in fields such as business administration, accountancy, sales, marketing, computer sciences or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a two-year Associate's Degree Program or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires one (1) to two (2) years directly related experience. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Strong interpersonal skills Good analytical skills Strong organizational skills; attention to detail Ability to resolve issues quickly and efficiently Ability to represent a positive and professional image Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook Ability to implement processes resulting in satisfactory audit practices Organization: DS West Job: Administrative Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Seattle Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Seattle
Custodian - 00001IKU Description Under close supervision of the Operations Manager or other supervisory/management-level position responsible for maintaining a clean and safe working environment within the Distribution Center primarily in the warehouse. Responsible for sweeping and mopping the floors in the warehouse keeping the warehouse premises in a clean and orderly condition. Regularly empties and replaces all trash bags and receptacles in the warehouse. Moves trash from trash conveyor to trash compactor. Assists with minor repairs as needed and assigned by the Operations Manager. Responsible for picking up garbage around the outside of the Distribution Center. May stock merchandise or perform other warehouse-related duties if necessary. Complies with all appropriate policies procedures safety rules and DEA regulations. Must be able to work overtime when necessary and participate in physical inventory. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications Requires completion of a high school diploma general education degree (GED) or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires less than one (1) year of equivalent work experience. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Ability to understand and follow directions Good interpersonal skills Good organizational skills; attention to detail Organization: DS West Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Part-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Seattle Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Seattle
Field Reimbursement Manager - Seattle - 00001IDD Description Field Reimbursement Manager – Healthcare Reimbursement – Specialty Providers Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen Corporation, is currently seeking a Field Reimbursement Manager to partner with clients and provide field support for patient access to physician administered drugs. Demonstrated experience with Specialty providers is required to be considered for this role. Territory: To be considered, applicants must reside within 45 minutes of a major airport in the Seattle metropolitan area and be able to travel 3-4 nights per week each week. Relocation assistance is not available for this role. Position Overview: The Reimbursement Manager will work directly to support the needs of the manufacturer’s sales force and their customers in coordination with their client liaison will serve as an expert in payer policies and provide support to facilitate appropriate patient access and utilization of services to ensure their access to care. Responsibilities: Activities include, but are not limited to: • Interacting with key stake holders within the physician practice or hospital outpatient location •Facilitating live training and education (group sizes vary) •Reviewing patient insurance benefit options •Validating prior authorization requirements •Identifying alternate funding/financial assistance programs •Reviewing appropriate billing and coding for products •Assisting with resolving reimbursement issues •Coordinating with our client’s patient support services programs representatives. •Educating physician office staff on the use of our client’s patient assistance and reimbursement support line services including web based provider programs •Providing information on relevant reimbursement topics related to our client’s products. About Xcenda Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen, is an integrated, world-class consulting organization focused on value, reimbursement and patient access. Our company brings together a team of exceptional healthcare and business professionals whose multidisciplinary experience fulfills an unmet need in the marketplace. We provide customized solutions and innovative approaches that discover and communicate the value of pharmaceuticals and other healthcare technologies. Why Xcenda Xcenda currently provides health care reimbursement teams for several pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical clients. These teams are responsible for providing field support for patient access to our client’s products through interaction with the client’s reimbursement support program. These reimbursement specialists provide their expertise and experience to help resolve patient access issues and to provide educational services within a physician office environment. Reimbursement specialists work directly with prescribers and their office support staff and commonly interact with other reimbursement and patient support services provided by our clients. Qualifications Requirements Requires training generally obtained through completion of a 4 year Bachelor’s degree program,or equivalent combination of experience and education. Advanced degree or specific Practice Management experience preferred. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in public or private third party reimbursement arena or practice management including the revenue cycle; or pharmaceutical industry in managed care or reimbursement. Must have experience with specialty providers (oncology, rheumatology, urology, gastroenterology) on the reimbursement, provider and operations side Specific knowledge of specialty pharmacy and provider interactions required Technical knowledge of health care reimbursement from a patient and provider perspective (miscellaneous J codes, billing coding, appeals process) Knowledge of private payer Medicare and Medicaid structure systems and reimbursement process Ability to travel overnight for 3-4 nights per week; 75% travel Strong communication skills; ability to effectively interact with physicians and their staff Ability to analyze and interpret regulation and legislation Demonstrated teamwork abilities Project management skills Ability to work independently Ability to manage expenses within allocated budgets (Company Credit Card for approved travel expenses and related charges) Good driving record; Ability to drive during the daytime and nighttime Live within 45 minute drive of major airport (No relocation assistance is available) Ability to utilize own car for travel (mileage reimbursed) Ability to schedule individual work related travel (air hotel rental car as needed) Above average computer skills: PowerPoint Excel Word #LI-TW1 Organization: Xcenda Job: Consulting Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Seattle Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Fife
MWI - Warehouse Associate - 00001I6B Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Operations Manager or other supervisory/management-level position within the facility, the Warehouse Team Member I is responsible for performing one or more of the facilities warehouse functions such as picking, packing, checking, shipping, stocking, and receiving. The Warehouse Team Member I will ensure the customer receives the right product in a timely fashion; building trust and confidence with the customer that their orders are always handled accurately and professionally. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Pick items with Radio Frequency (RF) device or pick ticket quickly and accurately. Ensure items picked are correct, verifying unit of measure, size, and quantity. Quality-check (QC) and pack customer orders with care and in an efficient / productive manner. Meet all required shipping deadlines. Receive and check incoming freight and accurately identify any discrepancies. Stock and rotate inventory accurately. Comply with all applicable federal and state laws. Replenish supplies as needed. Maintain a clean and orderly warehouse.. Complies with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and regulations pertaining to the operation. Must be able to work overtime when necessary. Perform related duties as assigned Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent is desired. Normally requires a minimum of one (1) year of equivalent work experience. Previous warehouse/distribution experience is preferred. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: Adequate mobility to continually walk and stand; pull orders from various shelf heights; and ability to lift up to 35 lbs frequently and 70 lbs occasionally is required. Must be able to read and understand English, have number recognition skills, and good hand/eye coordination. Exhibit a sense of urgency to ensure all deadlines are met. Computer knowledge is desirable. Core Competencies: Reading: Locates, understand and interprets written information in order to perform tasks; learns from reading text by determining the main idea or essential message; identifies all relevant details, facts and specifications; infers or finds out the meaning of unknown words and/or technical terms. Arithmetic: Performs basic computations; uses basic numerical concepts in practical situations; can perform arithmetic computations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) without a calculator. Teamwork: Makes effort to seek others’ input; willingly collaborates and cooperates with others in the organization; develops effective working relationships with key associates. Exhibits the ability and an enthusiastic willingness to be moved from one function to another as assigned. Customer Service: Is customer oriented, sensitive and responsive to customer needs and priorities; establishes effective working relationships with internal customers and gains their respect and loyalty; identifies and takes appropriate action on customer needs. Flexible/Adaptable: Views change or problems as an opportunity to grow professionally and to develop new and better ways to do things; adjusts readily to alterations in routine; copes effectively with changes in scope or type of work. Work Commitment: Pursues commitments and action plans until the desired objective is achieved or is no longer reasonably attainable; strives to achieve organizational and individual performance goals; willingly expends extra effort when necessary to get the job done. Sense of Urgency: Demonstrates the ability to respond quickly to changes in day-to-day operations as it relates to department priorities. Problem Solving: Recognizes that a problem exists (i.e., that there is a discrepancy between what is and what should be); identifies possible reasons for the discrepancy and devises and implements a plan of action to resolve it. Listening: Makes efforts to seek others’ input; encourages the expression of ideas and differing viewpoints; actively listens to communication from all sources; uses appropriate skills to confirm the speaker’s message. Attendance & Punctuality: Reports to work daily and on time as scheduled. Organization: Acquisition - MWI Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Fife Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Fife
Warehouse Lead - 00001IPY Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Warehouse Supervisor or other supervisory/management-level position within the Distribution Center, responsible for performing a variety of warehouse-related duties such as receiving and storage of goods, preparing orders for shipment by picking items from shelves and placing them in totes, and ensuring that orders are filled accurately and efficiently, continually striving for improved customer satisfaction. May lead one or more job groups within the Warehouse organization. Provides work direction to warehouse associates in the absence of Supervisor. This position is categorized as compliance critical and, as such, requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division, corporate and regulatory requirements. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:If a PkMS enabled environment, must be able to utilize the functions of the warehouse management system in order to perform daily tasks. Responsible to assist with the efficient execution of, order filling, receiving, stocking, and returns based on shift assignment. May oversee shipping, operations (UPS, emergency orders, or general deliveries) Continues to perform as an individual contributor completing advanced and complicated tasks requiring considerable judgment, independent analysis and decision making and detailed knowledge of the position and procedures. Trains associates according to SOPs and performs observations as needed. As Warehouse Shift Lead, provides day-to-day tactical direction and guidance to Warehouse Associates. Responsible for daily workloads. Does not have direct supervisor/management duties such as hiring, performance evaluation, or disciplinary responsibilities but will provide related feedback to supervision as needed. Assists with inventory procedures as requested. Maintains a clean work area to help ensure that merchandise remains clean and to help prevent work related injuries. Complies with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and DEA regulations. Must be able to work overtime when necessary and participate in physical inventory. Provides work direction to Warehouse Associates in the absence of Supervisor. Coordinates work flow with other departments in the Distribution Center. Makes recommendations on process flow and efficiencies. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires completion of a high school diploma, general education degree (GED) or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires a minimum of two (2) years of equivalent work experience. Higher/secondary education or specialized training or certification is preferred. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Ability to read and understand the English language for the purpose of comparing and reading product descriptions, names and shelf labels. Must possess basic mathematical skills. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with others. Strong organizational skills; detail oriented. Ability to use good judgment in order to carry out detailed instructions. Basic computer knowledge preferred. Applicants should be proficient on all battery powered equipment. IE, Cherry Picker, Reach Truck and Pallet Jack Organization: Acquisition - MWI Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Fife Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Des Moines
Maintenance Tech II - 00001IJ9 Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under general direction of the Maintenance Manager, executes effective preventative maintenance plans and schedules for all facility equipment and material handling systems. This position is categorized as compliance critical and, as such, requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division, corporate and regulatory requirements. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Executes an effective preventative maintenance plan and schedule for all facility equipment and systems. Diagnoses Materials Handling Equipment-related error conditions occurring in the Distribution Center and repairs appropriately. Directly supports and is responsible for maintenance, modifications, and/or system upgrades of Materials Handling Equipment. Maintains the efficiency of materials handling equipment and identifies areas for improvement. Ensures compliance for inventory of spare parts in a CMMS environment. Keeps distribution center management apprised of escalating abnormal or critical situations and coordinates resolutions/repairs with outside professional maintenance (if required). Provides assistance in the configuration, maintenance, modifications, and system upgrades of MHE. Works with equipment and software vendors on design specifications and improvements. Associate is required to work split shifts, nights and weekends as well as be on call to respond to downtime events. Performs related duties as assigned Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Facilities /Plant Management preferred; requires some technical vocational training, or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires a minimum of two (2) years related and progressively responsible experience; strong electrical background preferred. Experience in the execution of preventive maintenance programs, disaster planning, and knowledge of diesel powered back-up generators, electric and diesel fire pumps, air handling units and roof top air conditioning units. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Working technical and operational knowledge of industrial mechanical components and systems. (Bearings, Pumps, Piping, pneumatics, carpentry, facility integrity…etc) Working technical and operational knowledge of industrial electrical and electronic equipment and systems. (single phase motors, 3-ph motors, AC Control equipment, DC control equipment, batteries and DC circuits, NFPA 70e, electrical measuring equipment, power supplies….etc.) Comfortable understanding to troubleshoot complex automated systems controlled by computers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and microprocessors in a high-volume work environment. Safe operating practice training for power tools and powered equipment Working Metal work capabilities. (measuring, cutting, arc welding, oxyfuel welding, tig welding..etc) Ability to troubleshoot complex automated systems controlled by computers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and microprocessors in a high-volume work environment. Ability to read, and interpret CAD layouts, illustrated parts breakdown (IPB) diagrams, and electrical circuitry diagrams and drawings. Strong organizational skills; attention to detail Strong aptitude for repair and maintenance activities Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Strong interpersonal and communication skills to maintain cooperative working environment Strong analytical skills Knowledge of Microsoft Office and knowledge of CAD preferred. Excellent problem solving skills; ability to resolve issues effectively and efficiently Knowledge of building automation system such as Trane Tracer Summit System and Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management System PkMS is preferred Proactive problem solving skills; ability to recommend and implement solutions Ability to operate independently, to multi-task, and to prioritize quickly Ability to coach and train Level 1 Maintenance Associates in all aspects of work scope Ability to inspect work of all Level 1 work tasks Trained and capable of assessing safety conditions and communicate corrective measures Ability to make recommendations to improve service delivery based on customer feedback Organization: Drug Corporate Operations Job: Administrative Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Des Moines Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Washington-Des Moines
Industrial Controls Technician I - Competitive Hourly Rate + Incentive Pay! - 00001H5Y Description Our Associates Enjoy: Paycheck every 2 weeks Medical and Dental Benefits Paid Time Off -- up to 19 days in the first year! 401(k) & Tuition Reimbursement Clean & Climate Controlled Warehouses Career Advancement, Great Culture and Work Environment Under general supervision of the Operations Manager responsible for supporting the effective use and functionality of the automated equipment within a fully automated PkMS enabled Distribution Center. Ensures effective preventative maintenance plans and schedules for all facility equipment and systems. Diagnoses Materials Handling Equipment and Automated Picking System-related error conditions occurring in the Distribution Center and repairs appropriately. Oversees any maintenance modifications and/or system upgrades of Materials Handling Equipment and Automated Picking System controls. Assesses the efficiency of materials handling equipment and automated picking systems and defines necessary modifications. Performs routine preventive maintenance tasks to ensure continued productivity with warehouse operations. Maintains daily and monthly logs on repairs required and performed on equipment in the Distribution Center. Manages the inventory of spare parts. Must be willing to work extended hours as needed in order to meet productivity goals. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications Requires some technical vocational training or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires one (1) to two (2) years related and progressively responsible experience; strong electrical background preferred. Strong technical and operational knowledge of mechanical electrical and electronic equipment and systems Knowledge of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) preferred. Strong aptitude for repair and maintenance activities Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Strong interpersonal skills Strong organizational skills; attention to detail Strong analytical skills Working knowledge of computer systems and personal computers Excellent problem solving skills; ability to resolve issues effectively and efficiently Organization: Drug Corporate Operations Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Washington-Des Moines Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Lynchburg
Territory Manager, Animal Health - 00001IHY Description POSITION SUMMARY:The Territory Manager, Animal Health is responsible for generating sales of products and equipment to both existing veterinarians and new customers within an assigned sales territory. The Territory Manager, Animal Health plans and makes sales calls, and selects products and programs that motivate customers to buy products. This is a field based sales role that requires extensive travel within the designated territory covering Roanoke, VA, Lynchburg, VA and Danville, VA areas. The incumbent will ideally live in the greater Roanoke, VA area. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Call on target, current and prospective customers in order to generate sales, improve market share, and increase income for MWI. Utilize the computer as a sales aid and be competent in the use of MWI e-mail, MWI promotions in Outlook, and the MWI Territory Manager website. Seek to understand the needs of the veterinarian and clinic and, in turn, select products and services to satisfy those needs. Establish appropriate relationships with veterinarians and clinics. Review and utilize sales analysis and top supplier reports in pre and post call planning. Prepare and maintain a written call cycle consistent with territory changes. Share information with ISR and Regional Manager. Call cycle information includes account number, name, location, and day of the week. Stay current on the full line of products and services offered by MWI. Demonstrate competency in MWI sales programs, promotions and products. Establish account profiles for customers within territory. Be responsive to communication from customers, MWI team members, and manufacturer representatives. Detail and/or demonstrate new products and promotions for customers. Ensure reporting is submitted timely. Meet sales goals and budget numbers by territory and manufacturer. Act as a resource to the customer in business matters dealing with such issues as inventory management, equipment and products. Act as point person for customers on nearly all dealings with the company; work with MWI inside personnel to ensure customer issues are resolved. Maintain vehicle in a professional manner. Work closely with key vendors and Product Specialists. Maintain adequate support material and detail aids in automobile. Comply with other requests from MWI Regional Managers and leadership. Participate in conference calls and meetings as request Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:A bachelor’s degree and one to three years of outside sales experience, preferably in animal health, are desired. Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and organizational skills and a proven ability to sell are necessary. Animal health sales experience is highly desired. A valid drivers’ license and good driving record are mandatory. Organization: Acquisition - MWI Job: Sales Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Lynchburg Other Locations: United States-Virginia-Remote Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Harrisonburg
Specialty Sales Representative, Animal Health - 00001HVA Description POSITION SUMMARY:This is a temporary position approximately 12 months in length that ideally leads to a permanent sales role. The purpose of this position is to assist MWI in enhancing customer loyalty and increase MWI’s revenues by educating and influencing customers to maximize MWI’s E-Commerce systems. The Specialty Sales Representative will also educate and influence customers on Vet One product lines and other value added services such as On-Line Proxy, Vetstreet and Cubex, The Specialty Sales Representative will make regular, complete and effective sales visits to all assigned customers within the territory. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Train, educate and influence customers to maximize MWI’s E-commerce systems. Build, design and implement templates for customers on MWI’s e-commerce systems. Market and influence customers on VetOne. Develop leads for Cubex and communicate those leads to the Cubex team. Develop leads for On-Line Proxy and Vetstreet and communicate those leads to the appropriate teams. Increase total sales volume in the assigned territory. Work from an assigned pre-planned routing schedule and organize daily itinerary in the most efficient manner. Keep full and up to date records on all customer visits, including but not limited to, degree of influence, products used and prescribed, purchase history, response to previous visits and other pertinent information Travel to clinics up to 75-80% including overnight travel (2-3 per week) Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Bachelor’s degree in Business/Science field is desired. Proven sales skills a plus. Animal health knowledge a plus. Requires excellent oral/written communication, interpersonal, presentation, organizational and analytical skills. A valid drivers’ license, good driving record, and reliable transportation are needed. Experience with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook and Excel, preferable. Must be familiar with technology based programs in the areas of system and template design. Travel anticipated at 75%-80% including overnight travel (2-3 per week) MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: Know the Product: Display knowledge and proficiency in detailing products, E-Commerce Systems, On-Line Proxy, Cubex and VetOne being the top products. A strong work ethic, committed to doing the job well and in an efficient manner. Build Quality Service: Provides quality service based on customer needs wants and is able to build customer relationships. Influential with product base and is able to market, and promote products that are better suited for customer’s needs and client base. Build and Sustain Relationships: Establishes rapport with individuals; builds trust by dealing openly and honestly with all levels within the organization; uses effective communication and follow-through to sustain relationships. Build a Sales System: Builds templates and modules suited for the market and promotion of products. Views selling systematically including problem solving, cross-selling, targeting accounts and influencing sales to promote key products. Demonstrate Interpersonal Skills: Communicates in an open, straight forward, honest, and respectful style; checks for message clarity; understands the effect the communication style has on others, including nonverbal communications; plans for and adapts to the wide variety of communication preferences and needs of others. Facilitate Meetings: Prepares for, facilitates, and follows through after meetings to ensure that group interactions are purposeful, efficient, and productive. Organization: Acquisition - MWI Job: Sales Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Harrisonburg Other Locations: United States-Virginia-Remote, United States-Kentucky-Remote, United States-West Virginia-Remote, United States-Ohio-Remote Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Glen Allen
Warehouse Associate I, Nights - 00001IMG Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Warehouse Supervisor or other supervisory/management-level position within the facility responsible for performing a variety of warehouse-related duties such as receiving and storage of goods preparing orders for shipment by picking items from shelves and placing them in totes and ensuring that orders are filled accurately and efficiently continually striving for improved customer satisfaction. This position is categorized as compliance critical and as such requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division corporate and regulatory requirements. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:If a fully automated PkMS enabled environment must be able to utilize the functions of the warehouse management system in order to perform daily tasks. Verifies merchandise received against receiving documents notes and reports discrepancies and any obvious damages. Stocks shelves with various types of merchandise. Rotates stock so that newly-received items can be used last. Prepares orders for shipment by pulling items from shelves and placing them in totes to be packed and sent to customers. Processes and performs data entry of returns; also returns merchandise to proper shelf in the warehouse. Performs daily counting and researching of discrepancies. Assists with inventory procedures as requested. Maintains a clean work area to help ensure that merchandise remains clean and to help prevent work related injuries. Complies with all appropriate policies procedures safety rules and DEA regulations. Must be able to work overtime when necessary and participate in physical inventory. Have a good overall understanding of DC workflow and can work with minimal guidance Primary duties include order fulfillment stocking and replenishment and outbound shipping of customer orders. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires completion of a high school diploma general education degree (GED) or equivalent combination of experience and education; normally requires less than one (1) year of equivalent work experience. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Ability to read and understand the English language for the purpose of comparing and reading product descriptions names and shelf labels. Must possess basic mathematical skills. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with others. Strong organizational skills; detail oriented. Ability to use good judgment in order to carry out detailed instructions. Basic computer knowledge preferred. Ability to operate power equipment at high levels (20’-40’) such as reach trucks picker machines etc Must be a team player and demonstrate effective communication and problem solving skills Maintain appropriate attendance standards. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:Ability to operate in a production-driven environment and perform at a level that is 95% or greater of engineered standards. Physical activity requiring reaching, bending, kneeling, stooping, pulling, carrying, balancing, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions, talking and hearing. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Visual requirement is for close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus. Associate is required to stand, walk (or otherwise be mobile). Ability to deal with stressful situations as they arise. Ability to operate equipment such as forklifts, pickers, etc. Must be able to use wrist mounted controller unit. Must be able to use box cutter to open boxes of product. Organization: DS East Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Glen Allen Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Glen Allen
Inventory Manager II, Days - 00001HM4 Description Under general supervision of the Director of Operations, the Inventory Manager is responsible for maintaining all records relative to the Distribution Center's inventory and ensuring proper inventory levels to meet customer needs. Oversees the control of inventory by providing communication on inventory issues between Customer Service Inventory Control Management Receiving Suppliers other Distribution Centers and Procurement. Manages inventory in a facility exceeding $2 billion in annual revenue PkMS or advanced warehouse distribution technology more than 500 primary customers and exceeding 50000 lines per day. This position is categorized as compliance critical and as such requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division corporate and regulatory requirements. Maintains integrity of the physical inventory by location. Analyzes and monitors the financial and operational impact of inventory adjustments. Establishes and manages cycle count programs to maintain inventory balance. Researches transaction history to determine the source of inventory variances and order filling errors. Researches potential quantity variances as identified by accounts payable. Generates active locations for new items. Recommends merchandise movement based on velocity report. Executes inventory transfers and reassigns active locations resulting from SlotInfo analysis. Ensures compliance with corporate shelf-life policies. Supports compliance with all appropriate policies procedures safety rules and DEA regulations. Ensures proper classification and storage of inventory. Effectively queries inventory and all order-related transaction history. Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with Distribution Center associates. Responsible for motivating and managing the activities of the Inventory Control Clerks. Responsible for the selection training and performance management of the Inventory Control Clerks. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications Requires broad training in fields such as business administration accountancy sales marketing computer sciences or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a four year bachelor's degree program or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires a minimum of four (4) years directly related and progressively responsible experience including two (2) years at a supervisory level. Detailed understanding of all warehouse practices and procedures Comprehensive understanding of PkMS transaction history and product flow Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Strong interpersonal skills Strong organizational skills; attention to detail Strong analytical skills Ability to implement processes resulting in satisfactory audit practices Strong decision making skills Excellent problem solving skills; ability to resolve inventory issues effectively and efficiently Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite Organization: DS East Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Glen Allen Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Glen Allen
Warehouse Associate I, Nights - 00001HK0 Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Warehouse Supervisor or other supervisory/management-level position within the facility responsible for performing a variety of warehouse-related duties such as receiving and storage of goods preparing orders for shipment by picking items from shelves and placing them in totes and ensuring that orders are filled accurately and efficiently continually striving for improved customer satisfaction. This position is categorized as compliance critical and as such requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division corporate and regulatory requirements. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:If a fully automated PkMS enabled environment must be able to utilize the functions of the warehouse management system in order to perform daily tasks. Verifies merchandise received against receiving documents notes and reports discrepancies and any obvious damages. Stocks shelves with various types of merchandise. Rotates stock so that newly-received items can be used last. Prepares orders for shipment by pulling items from shelves and placing them in totes to be packed and sent to customers. Processes and performs data entry of returns; also returns merchandise to proper shelf in the warehouse. Performs daily counting and researching of discrepancies. Assists with inventory procedures as requested. Maintains a clean work area to help ensure that merchandise remains clean and to help prevent work related injuries. Complies with all appropriate policies procedures safety rules and DEA regulations. Must be able to work overtime when necessary and participate in physical inventory. Have a good overall understanding of DC workflow and can work with minimal guidance Primary duties include order fulfillment stocking and replenishment and outbound shipping of customer orders. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires completion of a high school diploma general education degree (GED) or equivalent combination of experience and education; normally requires less than one (1) year of equivalent work experience. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Ability to read and understand the English language for the purpose of comparing and reading product descriptions names and shelf labels. Must possess basic mathematical skills. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with others. Strong organizational skills; detail oriented. Ability to use good judgment in order to carry out detailed instructions. Basic computer knowledge preferred. Ability to operate power equipment at high levels (20’-40’) such as reach trucks picker machines etc Must be a team player and demonstrate effective communication and problem solving skills Maintain appropriate attendance standards. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:Ability to operate in a production-driven environment and perform at a level that is 95% or greater of engineered standards. Physical activity requiring reaching, bending, kneeling, stooping, pulling, carrying, balancing, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions, talking and hearing. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Visual requirement is for close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus. Associate is required to stand, walk (or otherwise be mobile). Ability to deal with stressful situations as they arise. Ability to operate equipment such as forklifts, pickers, etc. Must be able to use wrist mounted controller unit. Must be able to use box cutter to open boxes of product. Organization: DS East Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Glen Allen Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Ashburn
Critical Systems Engineer - 00001IP2 Description POSITION SUMMARY: Individuals within the IT leadership role have responsibility for activities that contribute to planning, creating and implementing an IT vision and strategy aligned with the company’s strategic business plan. This role also oversees the development of enterprise standards and technology initiatives, and the IT governance process. They manage small to large teams of people responsible for developing and delivering IT solutions for the business and customers. Each role within this role provides technical and business leadership to their organizations as well as to the business. IT Leaders are also responsible for analyzing trends in technology, assessing the impact of emerging technologies on the business, providing solutions to address technology and business issues, and managing financial resources while ensuring the development of high-quality technology solutions. These solutions must be developed at the best possible cost and be aligned with customer and business needs while establishing relationships with employees and key internal and external stakeholders. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general direction of the Director of Data Center Management, the Critical Systems Engineer is responsible for the management and tracking of all activities within the current and future processing environment. The Critical Systems Engineer will be responsible for project and migration planning, critical systems engineering, and facilities management. Additionally this role will have responsibility for managing the relationships with facilities management and third party support vendors while managing operating cost. · Provide technical support for all aspects of the Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing systems that support the Telecommunications Infrastructure throughout the enterprise. · Responsible for the scheduling, coordination and completion all significant planned and emergency maintenance events for all facilities through the enterprise. · Provide engineering and design support for new construction and facility expansions. · Provide daily support to the Data Center Managers and Infrastructure Design and Engineers. · Assist in site construction activity and installations, in coordination with external construction resources to ensure system design, installation and testing adhere to operational standards. · Ensure adherence to all standard operating procedures (SOP) and method of procedures (MOP) established for the critical environments, as well as the formal change control process. · Manage Sitescan, StruxureWare and CA/DCIM monitoring systems. · Develop weekly/monthly reports. Works with internal and external customers to understand business needs. Contributes to the development of an IT strategy. Manages the development and implementation of IT initiatives to support business strategy. Collaborates with division directors across the organization and key stakeholders for the coordination and alignment of objectives and functions across multiple functional areas. Service Management Leads the delivery and lifecycle of services for business strategy development. Leads the financial and internal customer analysis Leads teams performing competitive market assessment/ benchmarking. Reviews competitive market assessment/ benchmarking results and makes recommendations. Relationship Management Collaborates with client in discerning client business trends and their implications. Seeks opportunities to contribute to positive outcomes for clients, stakeholders, and organizational members. Approaches issues or disagreements with the objective of reaching win/win solutions. Governance / Policies, Processes & Standards Leads or participates in an advisory board to manage IT services demand. Communicates client’s needs and priorities and provides feedback on pricing and investment. Ensures compliance to policies, procedures, and standards Process Improvements Manages the improvement processes that impact customer satisfaction and relationships. Owns the designated processes and is accountable for ensuring that established processes are followed. Finance Participates in the development of IT budgets. Tracks and takes appropriate steps to stay within budget. Provides high-quality services at optimal cost to customers. Measures service performance and implements improvements. Provides input to financial parameters that drives service costs. IT Technology Innovation Directs the development and implementation of technologies/ processes that make it easier for customers and suppliers to do business with increase profitability Service Level Agreements (SLAs) Participates and provides input to the SLA development process. Ensures internal SLAs are met. Vendor Management Provides advice and counsel to the vendor relationship decision-making and contract development processes. Reviews service provider performance. Identifies and confirms performance problems and notifies contract managers. Communications Communicates organization information through department meetings, one-on-one meetings, and other communication vehicles. Supports an environment of open and upward communication with all staff to ensure positive employee morale, effective conflict resolution and upward flow of creative ideas for the benefit of the Company and its employees. Resource/ Talent Management Meets regularly with team to gather work statuses. Discusses work progress and obstacles. Provides advice, guidance, encouragement and constructive feedback. Ensures work, information, ideas, and technology flow freely among the section. Establishes measurable individual and team objectives that are aligned with business and organizational goals. Documents and presents performance assessments. Recognizes and rewards associates commensurate with performance. Implements organizational practices for staffing, EEO, diversity, performance management, career development, training, reward and recognition, and retention. Provides input to the identification and development of potential future leaders. Workforce Planning Identifies the roles, skills and knowledge required. Ensures staff has the resources and skills needed to support all work initiatives. Participates in IT workforce deployment activities. Change Management Generates appropriate communication, process and educational plans for mitigating the disruption of change. Identifies and removes obstacles to change. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or similar HVAC or critical power certifications Five or more years of direct experience with industrial or commercial field engineering in mission critical facilities/environments or data center commissioning experience · Must be fluent with and possesses an excellent working knowledge of Data Center Critical Environment · Ability to develop solutions and execute plans on complex projects · An ability and willingness to think outside of the box to find creative and innovative solutions to improve quality / reliability and continuously drive down operating costs · Understanding of both mechanical and electrical equipment, systems and design related to data centers · Extensive knowledge of electricity and medium / low voltage electrical distribution systems. · Extensive experience with emergency backup systems (generators, UPS, battery backup). · Proficient in AutoCAD · Experience in implementing and the maintaining of Building Management and Monitoring Systems · Experience working in Telecommunication Rooms (MDF/IDF) Qualifications MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: 1. Demonstrated ability to formulate and execute business strategies to exceed operational expectations and further enhance the customer experience. 2. Deep understanding of business strategy and ability to translate strategy into system and technology solutions. 3. Demonstrated “hands on” experience working in large-scale environments and tweaking business processes to support growth and productivity 4. Demonstrated ability to lead change, able to take calculated risk and seeks continuous improvement 5. Demonstrated ability in building a successful organization and experience delivering results via improved customer satisfaction, lower production costs and high levels of employee engagement 6. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; ability to communicate with customers, associates and management; solid teamwork and interpersonal skills 7. Strong presentation skills; ability to present and discuss strategies and technical information in a manner that establishes rapport, persuades others, and gains understanding 8. Ability to establish solid relationships with vendors in support of initiatives; ability to negotiate and manage outside vendors against deliverables. 9. Solid project management skills including the ability to effectively deploy resources and manage multiple projects of various diverse scope in a cross-functional environment 10. Knowledge of key technology standards around ITIL and service delivery Organization: IT Job: Information Technology Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Ashburn Other Locations: United States-Maryland-Rockville Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Virginia-Ashburn
Field Reimbursement Manager - Northern Virginia - 00001IEN Description Field Reimbursement Manager – Healthcare Reimbursement – Specialty Providers Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen Corporation, is currently seeking a Field Reimbursement Manager to partner with clients and provide field support for patient access to physician administered drugs. Demonstrated experience with Specialty providers is required to be considered for this role. Territory: To be considered, applicants must reside within 45 minutes of a major airport in the Northern Virginia metropolitan area and be able to travel 3-4 nights per week each week. Relocation assistance is not available for this role. Position Overview: The Reimbursement Manager will work directly to support the needs of the manufacturer’s sales force and their customers in coordination with their client liaison will serve as an expert in payer policies and provide support to facilitate appropriate patient access and utilization of services to ensure their access to care. Responsibilities: Activities include, but are not limited to: • Interacting with key stake holders within the physician practice or hospital outpatient location •Facilitating live training and education (group sizes vary) •Reviewing patient insurance benefit options •Validating prior authorization requirements •Identifying alternate funding/financial assistance programs •Reviewing appropriate billing and coding for products •Assisting with resolving reimbursement issues •Coordinating with our client’s patient support services programs representatives. •Educating physician office staff on the use of our client’s patient assistance and reimbursement support line services including web based provider programs •Providing information on relevant reimbursement topics related to our client’s products. About Xcenda Xcenda, a business unit of AmerisourceBergen, is an integrated, world-class consulting organization focused on value, reimbursement and patient access. Our company brings together a team of exceptional healthcare and business professionals whose multidisciplinary experience fulfills an unmet need in the marketplace. We provide customized solutions and innovative approaches that discover and communicate the value of pharmaceuticals and other healthcare technologies. Why Xcenda Xcenda currently provides health care reimbursement teams for several pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical clients. These teams are responsible for providing field support for patient access to our client’s products through interaction with the client’s reimbursement support program. These reimbursement specialists provide their expertise and experience to help resolve patient access issues and to provide educational services within a physician office environment. Reimbursement specialists work directly with prescribers and their office support staff and commonly interact with other reimbursement and patient support services provided by our clients. Qualifications Requirements Requires training generally obtained through completion of a 4 year Bachelor’s degree program,or equivalent combination of experience and education. Advanced degree or specific Practice Management experience preferred. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in public or private third party reimbursement arena or practice management including the revenue cycle; or pharmaceutical industry in managed care or reimbursement. Must have experience with specialty providers (oncology, rheumatology, urology, gastroenterology) on the reimbursement, provider and operations side Specific knowledge of specialty pharmacy and provider interactions required Technical knowledge of health care reimbursement from a patient and provider perspective (miscellaneous J codes, billing coding, appeals process) Knowledge of private payer Medicare and Medicaid structure systems and reimbursement process Ability to travel overnight for 3-4 nights per week; 75% travel Strong communication skills; ability to effectively interact with physicians and their staff Ability to analyze and interpret regulation and legislation Demonstrated teamwork abilities Project management skills Ability to work independently Ability to manage expenses within allocated budgets (Company Credit Card for approved travel expenses and related charges) Good driving record; Ability to drive during the daytime and nighttime Live within 45 minute drive of major airport (No relocation assistance is available) Ability to utilize own car for travel (mileage reimbursed) Ability to schedule individual work related travel (air hotel rental car as needed) Above average computer skills: PowerPoint Excel Word #LI-TW1 Organization: Xcenda Job: Consulting Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Ashburn Other Locations: United States-Virginia-Herndon Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Vermont-Remote
PRN Field Nurse Educator, Oncology - 00001IQU Description POSITION SUMMARY:Under general direction of the Senior Nurse Manager or Nurse Manager, responsible for providing disease and product specific education and support to target audiences, which may include but not limited to patients, caregivers, professionals peers, customer partnerships and Physician offices and practice areas. This position may also work in partnership with the customer sales representatives to visit health care professionals’ offices with customer sales personnel. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Responsibilities include patient education in the home on various drugs and self-administration techniques. Other responsibilities are adverse drug reporting, and other miscellaneous services. Keeps an organized set of ready reference materials available that is approved by the client and staying within the scope of practice for use in responding to inquiries. This position may provide educational programs to health care professionals or to patients as designated by the program. Interacts with internal representatives of Lash Group. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a current license issued by a state or states or jurisdiction(s) within the United States, and be unrestricted in any state. Graduation from an accredited nursing program 3 years nursing experience required Must maintain basic CPR Certification Field Nurse Education experience preferred Preferred to have experience in the area of specialization based on program requirements i.e.multiple sclerosis, oncology, behavioral health, endocrinology. Disease state certification may be required as part of the role expectation Experience public speaking and or providing educational programs preferred Flexibility of work hours required to meet business needs MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: Clinical and pharmaceutical knowledge;understanding of broadly based nursing practices which encompass patient assessment of and medication administration activities Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Strong interpersonal skills; ability to build relationships Strong organizational skills; attention to detail Critical thinking skills Strong computer skills Ability to travel by car or air including overnight WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate 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 generally quiet to moderate. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:Physical activity requiring reaching, sifting, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions, talking and hearing. Visual requirement is for close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus. Associate is frequently required to stand, walk (or otherwise be mobile). Ability to deal with stressful situations as they arise. Organization: LASH Group Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Part-time Primary Location: United States-Vermont-Remote Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Texas-Sugarland
Operations Supervisor (2nd Shift - Label/Pack) - 00001HK9 Description PharMEDium Services, a subsidiary of AmerisourceBergen, is a growing outsource compounding organization servicing hospitals nationwide. Position Summary This hands-on employee will be responsible for management and maintenance of critical systems in the aseptic filling environment as well as scheduling all facility and equipment maintenance and repairs. Must be aggressive in approach and provide feedback to Center operations personnel and strong leadership/initiative are key ingredients. Be able to work in a demanding environment and manage small scale projects and timelines. This person must have experience supervising a team of non-exempt employees. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Responsible for the management and maintenance of critical systems in the aseptic filling environment. Schedules and coordinates facility and equipment maintenance and repairs. Supervises the staging, labeling, and packaging, in accordance with standard operating procedures and established policies and methods to meet production commitments. Responsible for the continuous development of process improvements and efficiencies. Works on problems of moderate scope where an analysis of the situation or data requires a review of identifiable causes. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and policies to determine appropriate action. Acts as advisor to teams and becomes actively involved as required to meet schedules or resolve problems. Frequently interacts with subordinates, internal/external customers, and functional peer groups at various management levels. Interaction normally requires the ability to gain cooperation of others, conducting presentations of technical information concerning specific projects/schedules etc. Provide general or direct supervision to skilled non-exempt employees. Assigns duties and follows-up on employee performance. Must be able to work a flexible schedule to support a 24/5 manufacturing environment Qualifications Experience and Educational Requirements Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy, business or science field is preferred Must have 5+ years hands-on supervisory experience in management of production operations in an FDA regulated or pharmacy environment, preferably aseptic drug manufacturing Must understand CGMP Must have working knowledge of Chapter 211 guidelines for FDA Strong decision making skills with regards to financial impact, regulatory and legal issues, customer retention and patient safety Must be able to demonstrate strength in communication, leadership and problem solving skills Must be able to manage staff in assigned area of the facility Must be able to work in a demanding environment and manage small scale projects and timelines Lean manufacturing and Six Sigma problem solving skills preferred Organization: Acquisition - PharMEDium Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Texas-Sugarland Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Texas-Sugarland
Shipping Supervisor (3rd Shift) - 00001HKO Description PharMEDium Services, a subsidiary of AmerisourceBergen, is a growing outsource compounding organization servicing hospitals nationwide. Position Summary Under minimal supervision, manage all tasks related to material handling for shipping and packaging at the Dayton facility. Supervise Shipping Technicians, and work closely with Shipping Manager to resolve issues related to workflow. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Manage the Shipping Technicians. Manage dock workflow and daily shipments. Assist with hiring and training new Shipping Technicians. Respond to customer calls regarding shipments as needed and appropriate. Communicate workflow issues to the Shipping Manager. Ensure all shipments are picked up in a timely manner by the designated couriers. Must be a strong closer and be able to tie up loose ends in terms of end of production day! Perform other duties as assigned. *This is for 3rd shift (9pm-5:30am) Qualifications Experience and Educational Requirements Bachelor’s degree preferred Minimum of five years experience in shipping and warehousing, preferably in an aseptic manufacturing environment. At least three years of supervisory experience. Great interpersonal and communication skills. Strong detail orientation and excellent organizational skills. Demonstrated leadership skills. Organization: Acquisition - PharMEDium Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Texas-Sugarland Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
AmerisourceBergen Utah-Salt Lake City
Compliance Specialist - 00001HVZ Description POSITION SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Compliance Manager or the Regulatory Compliance Manager or other management-level position in the facility, assists in all aspects of the Distribution Center’s regulatory compliance efforts and procedures. Assists in establishing and promoting the maintenance of a safe, accident free, and healthy working environment. This position is categorized as compliance critical and, as such, requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division, corporate and regulatory requirements. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Monitors the overall compliance program at the operating level and works closely with the Compliance Manager the Regulatory Compliance Manager. Assists in reviewing and releasing C2 orders, reviews blanks for completeness after they have been filled. Assists in counting and verification of inventory. Tracks and maintains records as per regulatory requirements. Control Drug Substance report/ packing slip review. Scans and/or files courier proof of deliveries for the division. Updates customer licensing Assists in formulating general safety policies and procedures in compliance with local, state, and federal OSHA regulations. Consults with all departments on the design and use of equipment, fire prevention, and safety program. Inspects facility to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards; recommends corrective measures. Assists in keeping associates abreast of the dangers of working with hazardous substances. Participates in the investigation of accidents and work-related injuries. Assists with the coordination of training programs that will increase safe practices and safety consciousness, DEA and OSHA training for Distribution Center associates. Maintains compliance, safety, and security files. Conducts internal audits to ensure compliance with DEA, DOT, OSHA, and PDMA regulations. Complies with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and DEA regulations. Records daily warehouse temperature readings and reviews forklift inspection sheets. Assists with maintenance of the Distribution Center’s MSDS files. Brings potential diversion activities and security breaches to the attention of the Compliance Coordinator or the Regulatory Compliance Manager; identifies areas of vulnerability and proposes reconciliation procedures. Acts as liaison between customer service and internal compliance requirements. Operates as liaison between corporate associates and Federal, State and local regulatory agencies. Establishes and promotes the maintenance of a safe, accident free and healthy work environment. Maintains all compliance, safety records and security files for the Distribution Center. Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Requires some training in fields such as business administration, accountancy, sales, marketing, computer sciences or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a two year Associate’s Degree program, technical vocational training, or equivalent combination of experience and education; normally requires one (1) to two (2) years directly related experience. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:Knowledge of legal and regulatory compliance regulations Knowledge of Federal, State and local regulatory agencies Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Good interpersonal skills Good mathematical skill Strong organizational skills; attention to detail Ability to follow and interpret government regulatory requirements and changes Ability to implement processes resulting in satisfactory audit practices Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Organization: Legal Job: Operations Jobs Schedule: Full-time Primary Location: United States-Utah-Salt Lake City Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran