Pharmacy Clerk in West Sacramento, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 1/16/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Volt Workforce Solutions is looking for an Pharmacy Clerk for our client in the W SACRAMENTO, California. After reading the job info below, if interested, email an updated resume (in Word format).

After applying to this Job using the Apply or Apply Now button, you can follow up on your application by calling our Enterprise Delivery Center at (800.595.8658). Be sure to note the Job ID number found on this page and reference it when calling about the position.

Shift Schedule: Specify (02:00:PM-10:30:PM [Lunch: 06:00:PM-06:30:PM

Job Description:

The Pharmacy Clerk in the Central Fill Pharmacy packages prescriptions and prepares them for shipping. The role entails several duties which include but not limited to; packaging and shipping prescriptions, performing process audits, restocking and cleaning. A Central Fill is production based which requires a pharmacy clerk to maintain consistent and continuous work flow to meet team goals and individual hourly production goals. In addition, has ideal candidate has the ability to work productively either independently or as a team with acute attention to detail while performing repetitive tasks.

CAREER LEVEL DESCRIPTION: This is a junior entry level position where the incumbent is not required to have related work experience. KNOWLEDGE: Limited understanding of technical aspects of job. Will learn job skills and become familiar with company policies through 'on-the-job' training. Works on clearly defined tasks.

MINIMUM EDUCATION & TYPICAL EXPERIENCE OR EQUIV. COMBINATION: Work is closely managed and reviewed regularly. Follows specific, outlined, and detailed procedures.

Performs prescription packaging that entails handling HIPAA sensitive information and medication information.

Performs prescriptions sortation utilizing handheld scanners. Completes the sortation process by scanning the prescription shipping label barcode and confirming the accurate location by scanning the location bin barcode. After confirmation, the prescription is placed in the accurate bin.

Performs audits for closed bins: This entails performing a physical count of the closed tote, and then comparing the physical count to the tote manifest systematic count. If the count does not match communication to management is required to rectify the discrepancy.

Reading and analyzing application screens and pops up windows to ensure that all HIPAA sensitive information is being followed by standard operating procedures.

Performs chain of custody audit (COC): Records total bins created in the system, by location, for a production day. Ensure that the total tote system count equals the physical count.

Responsible for having the pickup driver sign for the correct tote count.
Restocks work stations with daily supply needs. In addition to basic cleaning responsibility:Taking out trash, wiping down surfaces, sweeping, etc.

Performing proof of delivery (POD): Duplicating and recording a series of numbers on shipping labels to a physical receipt. Completing proof of delivery: Verifying and signing off on POD ensure recordings are accurate.

 As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of support.  We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our employees.  Contact a Volt representative by applying to this posting online for immediate consideration. Submit your resume today! To learn more about Volt, please visit: and to see more of our job postings, please visit:

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Pay Rate is based on experience