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1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(15.7 miles)
Position Summary The Data Entry Pharmacy Technician is responsible for accurately entering new pharmacy orders into the pharmacy operations platform in a timely manner. Duties and Responsibilities Accurately types new orders Possesses complete and thorough understanding of medications Understands prescribed orders for compounded medications Maintains production standards and levels Performs other work-related duties as deemed appropriate by pharmacists on duty Knowledge and Skills Ability to multitask and cope with varied levels of workload Demonstrate ability to work on your own, and in a team to accomplish given tasks Must be able to work in a fast paced and changing environment Accurate data entry skills Able to read, write, and speak English fluently Able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measurement; this may include using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals and be able to compute rate, ration, and percentage Strong time management and organizational skills Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing Willingness to be a team player and promote a positive team environment Excellent attention to detail Flexible and proactive to meet varied patient and company needs Self-motivated and able to work independently Strong interpersonal and people skills Experience and Qualifications High school diploma or GED Must be a Certified Pharmacy Technician or Trainee One year of pharmacy experience preferred Basic proficiency with computer software  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(13.3 miles)
Position Summary The Sterile Compounding Pharmacy Technician is responsible for executing all processes in the production of compounded sterile preparations, while strictly adhering to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and department’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). Duties and Responsibilities Becomes trained in the entire sterile operation via internal training program Performs high-risk sterile compounding in an ISO classified cGMP environment Compounds sterile preparations accurately and in compliance with master formula worksheets Performs compounding calculations and completes thorough documentation Operates manufacturing equipment in order to deliver quality medication Maintains an ISO classified environment through rigorous cleaning and disinfecting of the work area  Aids with sterilization of components used in the compounding process Performs ancillary tasks and duties that support the compounding process such as, but not limited to, bubble point testing, inventory accounting, autoclaving, and LEAN manufacturing (5S, RCCM, GEMBA) Utilizes aseptic technique when performing tasks within the clean room Prepares work area and supplies thoroughly prior to compounding Performs other duties and responsibilities within the department to ensure execution of the production schedule Ensures cleansing and garbing is performed per company policy Knowledge and Skills Detail-oriented and self-motivated Work in a confined, controlled environment for extended periods of time Communicate and collaborate effectively with a team to achieve goals around safety, quality, and delivery Ability to carry out detailed written or oral instructions Must be able to fully gown in aseptic garb for extended periods of time Ability to perform rudimentary mathematical calculations as related to compounding or manufacturing processes Able to stand and walk for extended periods of time for consecutive days  Able to lift 25 pounds  Experience and Qualifications High School Diploma or equivalent, required Previous compounding experience, preferred Previous cGMP or LEAN manufacturing experience - recommended Certified Pharmacy Technician (or trainee) - recommended Registered with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy (TSBP) - recommended Sterile/IV Certified (APCE accredited)- recommended Experience with operation of equipment and/or tools - recommended Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(15.7 miles)
Position Summary Clinic Support Representatives (CSR) are the front-line support for clinic customers and ensure that customer inquiries are addressed in a timely manner. CSR also provide product information, answer product and order related questions, assist in prescription clarification, and escalate inquires as needed. Duties and Responsibilities Maintains a positive, empathetic, and professional attitude toward customers Responds promptly to customer inquiries Acts as main point of contact for clinic customers for any post sale transactions Proactively contacts customers with questions, issues, or clarifications needed on prescriptions Communicates with customers through various channels Acknowledges and participates in the resolution of customer complaints, escalating as needed Follows and keeps up to date on regulatory and state requirements Keeps accurate records of customer interactions, transactions, comments, and complaints Assists in shipment tracking of prescription and office use orders Identifies possible up selling opportunities for hand off to the sales team Identifies re-occurring customer issues for escalation to Account Management team Follows defined follow up cadence and adheres to daily/weekly key performance indicators (KPI) Knowledge and Skills Must be able to maintain above average attendance and punctuality Ability to interact effectively with diverse client groups, physicians, and other departments via phone and email Willingness to work collaboratively and ability to demonstrate effective teamwork Ability to work independently to manage work tasks effectively Must be detail oriented and possess high level of accuracy Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to adapt to changing responsibilities while coordinating multiple job tasks Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines Must be self-starter and results-driven Must possess problem solving and analytical skills Sensitivity to confidential documents and information Possesses integrity and honesty- department responsible for management of sales rep reporting in which protocol must be diligently followed Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, CRM  Experience and Qualifications College education preferred but not required; preferred in a science related field Registrations with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy as either a Technician Trainee or Technician required Medical or pharmacy background preferred but not required 2+ years of customer service preferred but not required Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(15.7 miles)
Position Summary The Call Center Pharmacy Technician manages inbound and outbound calls in order to serve our customers' requirements, answering inquiries, resolving issues, fulfilling requests, and maintaining our databases.
Duties and Responsibilities Provides quality customer service while using effective communication   Answers incoming calls; Ability to answer 70-100 calls per 8-hour shift   Performs pharmaceutical calculations, such as day supply and dosage  Processes new and refill prescription orders   Faxes and/or calls doctors for refill requests   Checks voicemails and returns customer calls   Responsible for collaborating with pharmacists and other colleagues to ensure effective and efficient customer service   Informs patients of tracking status on their orders   Checks and verifies invoices/charges   Scans and files orders in appropriate folders   Reads and understands prescription orders   Navigates multiple internal computer systems   Organizes and maintains cleanliness of working areas, supplies, and equipment   Maintains confidentiality and ensure HIPAA compliance by protecting the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI)   Knowledge and Skills Ability to cope with varied levels of workload and multiple tasks   Must be able to work in a fast paced and changing environment   Accurate data entry skills   Strong time management and organizational skills   Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing   Willingness to be a team player and promote a positive team environment   Excellent attention to detail   Flexible and proactive to meet varied patient and company needs   Self-motivated and able to work independently   Strong interpersonal and “people” skills   Able to do dosage calculations  Able to work sitting down for duration of shift  Experience and Qualifications High school diploma or GED. College education preferred but not required   Must be registered with Texas Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technician   One year of pharmacy experience or healthcare related experience preferred   Experience in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)   Able to fluently read, write, and speak English  Able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measurement   Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)   401(k) with company matching   Paid Vacation (10 days)  Paid Holidays (8 days)  Potential for career growth within an expanding team and organization 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(13.3 miles)
Position Summary The primary purpose of the Dispensing Pharmacy Technician is to provide support services in preparing, packaging, and dispensing pharmaceuticals.
Duties and Responsibilities Assists the pharmacist in preparing and dispensing prescription orders   Performs all pharmacy duties, to include but not limited to, accurately refill previous orders, dispense medications, and maintain pharmacy records   Possesses thorough understanding of medications   Ability to read and understand prescriber orders for compounded medications   Labels and fills prescription bottles with prescribed medications   Checks pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory levels; anticipates needed medications and supplies; places and expedites orders; removes outdated drugs; puts away drugs throughout the day in an orderly manner to assure area is organized   Maintains production standards and levels   Performs other work-related duties as deemed appropriate by pharmacist on duty   Knowledge and Skills Ability to cope with varied levels of workload and multiple tasks   Must be able to work in a fast-paced and changing environment   Accurate data entry skills   Strong time management and organizational skills   Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing   Willingness to be a team player and promote a positive team environment   Excellent attention to detail   Flexible and proactive to meet varied patient and company needs   Self-motivated and able to work independently   Strong interpersonal and people skills   Able to fluently read, write, and speak English  Able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measurement; this may include using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals and be able to compute rate, ratio, and percentage   Able to work standing or walking for duration of shift  Able to calculate dosage  Able to lift up to 30 pounds  Experience and Qualifications High school diploma or GED   Must be willing to register with Texas Board of Pharmacy as a Certified Pharmacy Technician or Trainee   No less than one year of pharmacy experience or healthcare related experience preferred   Experience in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel)  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(13.3 miles)
Position Summary The Non-Sterile Compounding Pharmacy Technician prepares compounded non-sterile products under the direction of a compounding pharmacist. 
Duties and Responsibilities Completes compounding and other pharmacy records as indicated   Weighs, measures, and mixes raw material ingredients, monitors agitation, heating and cooling temperatures, and other parameters to ensure finished batches of creams, gels, capsules, and tablets meet specifications   Transfers materials into properly labeled, approved containers   Cleans and sanitizes equipment and completes all required documentation to maintain compliance with USP 795 (non-sterile compounding) and company's Quality System   Prepares labels and picks in accordance with the dispensing order  Prepares both prepackaged and unit dose drugs in accordance with the dispensing order  Prepares and generates batch for preparation of non-sterile mixtures   Organizes assigned workload to facilitate its accomplishment  Ensures the compounding room and related equipment are cleaned and maintained per organizational policy and procedures  Participates with the pharmacist and pharmacy manager in monitoring/maintaining drug inventories and preparing orders for drugs and related supplies   Participates in department QA activities as requested   Knowledge and Skills Detail-oriented and self-motivated   Communicate and collaborate effectively with a team to achieve goals around safety, quality, and delivery   Ability to carry out detailed written or oral instructions   Ability to perform rudimentary mathematical calculations as related to compounding or manufacturing processes   Able to stand and walk for extended periods of time for consecutive days  Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds   Must be able to work standing and walking  Experience and Qualifications High School Diploma or equivalency, required   Previous compounding experience, preferred   2+ years of experience working as compounding pharmacy technician preferred   Texas State license as a Pharmacy Technician in good standing   Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) or Technician Trainee   High school diploma or equivalent  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Part Time
1/19/2021
West Houston, TX
(11.5 miles)
$11.00 to $15.00 / hr
Valet Living is a National doorstep trash and recycling pickup service for residential apartment communities. Since 1995, Valet Living has grown to become the industry leader, servicing 1.3 million apartment homes in 40 states.
Valet Living currently has immediate openings for a Part Time Night Trash Collector in your local area. This is a great paying, part time night job – no experience is required!! Feel the freedom of working outdoors, on your own, in a stress-free environment. We have immediate openings in your area and provide hands on, paid training. We welcome both Entry level and Experienced candidates. YOU MUST OWN A PICKUP TRUCK TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB.
What You Get: Paid Training – no experience required Great hourly pay! Part Time evening hours beginning at 8:00 PM Up to 15 hours per week available 5-day work week, enjoy Friday and Saturday off!! Freedom to work outdoors, on your own Stay physically fit while working outside Opportunity for growth within the company Employee Referral Bonus Program Rewards and Recognition Program
What You’ll Be Doing: Work on your own, collecting trash bags and recycling outside, door to door within a local apartment community, then transfer to the trash compactor onsite. Work 5 nights a week (Sunday through Thursday). Enjoy weekends off! Start at 8:00 PM and be done by 11:00 PM Part time, 15 hours per week
Valet Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Type: Part-time Pay: Up to $15.00 per hour
Part Time
1/19/2021
Pasadena, TX
(10.8 miles)
$11.00 to $15.00 / hr
Valet Living is a National doorstep trash and recycling pickup service for residential apartment communities. Since 1995, Valet Living has grown to become the industry leader, servicing 1.3 million apartment homes in 40 states.
Valet Living currently has immediate openings for a Part Time Night Trash Collector in your local area. This is a great paying, part time night job – no experience is required!! Feel the freedom of working outdoors, on your own, in a stress-free environment. We have immediate openings in your area and provide hands on, paid training. We welcome both Entry level and Experienced candidates. YOU MUST OWN A PICKUP TRUCK TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB.
What You Get: Paid Training – no experience required Great hourly pay! Part Time evening hours beginning at 8:00 PM Up to 15 hours per week available 5-day work week, enjoy Friday and Saturday off!! Freedom to work outdoors, on your own Stay physically fit while working outside Opportunity for growth within the company Employee Referral Bonus Program Rewards and Recognition Program
What You’ll Be Doing: Work on your own, collecting trash bags and recycling outside, door to door within a local apartment community, then transfer to the trash compactor onsite. Work 5 nights a week (Sunday through Thursday). Enjoy weekends off! Start at 8:00 PM and be done by 11:00 PM Part time, 15 hours per week
Valet Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Type: Part-time Pay: Up to $15.00 per hour
Part Time
1/19/2021
League City, TX
(24 miles)
$11.00 to $15.00 / hr
Valet Living is a National doorstep trash and recycling pickup service for residential apartment communities. Since 1995, Valet Living has grown to become the industry leader, servicing 1.3 million apartment homes in 40 states.
Valet Living currently has immediate openings for a Part Time Night Trash Collector in your local area. This is a great paying, part time night job – no experience is required!! Feel the freedom of working outdoors, on your own, in a stress-free environment. We have immediate openings in your area and provide hands on, paid training. We welcome both Entry level and Experienced candidates. YOU MUST OWN A PICKUP TRUCK TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB.
What You Get: Paid Training – no experience required Great hourly pay! Part Time evening hours beginning at 8:00 PM Up to 15 hours per week available 5-day work week, enjoy Friday and Saturday off!! Freedom to work outdoors, on your own Stay physically fit while working outside Opportunity for growth within the company Employee Referral Bonus Program Rewards and Recognition Program
What You’ll Be Doing: Work on your own, collecting trash bags and recycling outside, door to door within a local apartment community, then transfer to the trash compactor onsite. Work 5 nights a week (Sunday through Thursday). Enjoy weekends off! Start at 8:00 PM and be done by 11:00 PM Part time, 15 hours per week
Valet Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Type: Part-time Pay: Up to $15.00 per hour
Part Time
1/19/2021
Katy, TX
(27.3 miles)
$11.00 to $15.00 / hr
Valet Living is a National doorstep trash and recycling pickup service for residential apartment communities. Since 1995, Valet Living has grown to become the industry leader, servicing 1.3 million apartment homes in 40 states.
Valet Living currently has immediate openings for a Part Time Night Trash Collector in your local area. This is a great paying, part time night job – no experience is required!! Feel the freedom of working outdoors, on your own, in a stress-free environment. We have immediate openings in your area and provide hands on, paid training. We welcome both Entry level and Experienced candidates. YOU MUST OWN A PICKUP TRUCK TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB.
What You Get: Paid Training – no experience required Great hourly pay! Part Time evening hours beginning at 8:00 PM Up to 15 hours per week available 5-day work week, enjoy Friday and Saturday off!! Freedom to work outdoors, on your own Stay physically fit while working outside Opportunity for growth within the company Employee Referral Bonus Program Rewards and Recognition Program
What You’ll Be Doing: Work on your own, collecting trash bags and recycling outside, door to door within a local apartment community, then transfer to the trash compactor onsite. Work 5 nights a week (Sunday through Thursday). Enjoy weekends off! Start at 8:00 PM and be done by 11:00 PM Part time, 15 hours per week
Valet Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Type: Part-time Pay: Up to $15.00 per hour
Part Time
1/19/2021
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$11.00 to $15.00 / hr
Valet Living is a National doorstep trash and recycling pickup service for residential apartment communities. Since 1995, Valet Living has grown to become the industry leader, servicing 1.3 million apartment homes in 40 states.
Valet Living currently has immediate openings for a Part Time Night Trash Collector in your local area. This is a great paying, part time night job – no experience is required!! Feel the freedom of working outdoors, on your own, in a stress-free environment. We have immediate openings in your area and provide hands on, paid training. We welcome both Entry level and Experienced candidates. YOU MUST OWN A PICKUP TRUCK TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB.
What You Get: Paid Training – no experience required Great hourly pay! Part Time evening hours beginning at 8:00 PM Up to 15 hours per week available 5-day work week, enjoy Friday and Saturday off!! Freedom to work outdoors, on your own Stay physically fit while working outside Opportunity for growth within the company Employee Referral Bonus Program Rewards and Recognition Program
What You’ll Be Doing: Work on your own, collecting trash bags and recycling outside, door to door within a local apartment community, then transfer to the trash compactor onsite. Work 5 nights a week (Sunday through Thursday). Enjoy weekends off! Start at 8:00 PM and be done by 11:00 PM Part time, 15 hours per week
Valet Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Type: Part-time Pay: Up to $15.00 per hour
Full Time
1/15/2021
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$16.65 / hr
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Essential Functions: Set up and shut down machine according to specifications of work order. Operator follows work instructions and produces required quantity of films Works on different types of equipment to carry out a particular phase of the production cycle Must produce rolls within required quality specification Is responsible for taking care of routine machine maintenance and keeping work area in neat condition Follows all safety rules regarding machine operation and proper guarding. Deliver scrap to the Erema or the warehouse for processing
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Illinois Tool Works (ITW) (NYSE: ITW) is a Fortune 200 global multi-industrial manufacturing leader with revenues totaling $14.3 billion in 2017. The company's seven industry-leading segments leverage the unique ITW Business Model to drive solid growth with best-in-class margins and returns in markets where highly innovative, customer-focused solutions are required. ITW’s business model relies on:
Since 1965, Valéron Strength Films has specialized in manufacturing high-strength, cross-laminated high-performance plastic films. Our films offer unparalleled performance in demanding construction, packaging, print media and hundreds of other applications worldwide. Valéron Strength Films has production facilities in Houston, Texas and Essen, Belgium along with a sales office in Shanghai, China.
“With world class technical support, we reliably deliver differentiated strength films enabling construction and targeted brand owners to sell more product to end users who trust them to perform in demanding applications”
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(13.3 miles)
Position Summary The Facilities Equipment Technician is a maintenance technician responsible for monitoring and maintaining the operations of all production and building systems; including, but not limited to, production automation, appliances, and building equipment. This position responds to all system failures by taking appropriate corrective action and completing or assigning the repairs needed to ensure that systems are operational and are functioning safely and efficiently.
Duties and Responsibilities Performs skilled and semi-skilled maintenance activities including the maintenance of building equipment and systems (e.g. HVAC equipment and electrical systems) and production equipment troubleshooting and repair   Daily responsibilities include performing preventative and reactive maintenance on any facility system and assisting manufacturing technicians (MT) with process and machinery repairs and improvements   Supports a cleanroom manufacturing and non-sterile lab environments, which utilize manual, automated, and semi-automated equipment in a critical environment   Develops preventive maintenance schedules and/or procedures   Maintains daily equipment, facility, and HVAC inspections   Promptly responds to requests for repairs and work orders and include parts and inventory used   Solves technical issues by identifying root cause(s) and identifying both short-term and long-term countermeasures   Inspects the quality of third party and/or MT repairs   Responsible for inventory control, ordering of replacement parts, tools, and supplies through purchasing. Conducts physical parts inventories   Records and documents working history on all equipment for facilities and engineering via a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)   Leads non-supervisory employees and other staff that may include contractors, consultants, and/or temporary employees   Manages projects and develops associated documentation  Performs service calls for emergency breakdowns   Performs well under limited supervision   Requires a flexible work schedule which may include nights and weekends to support operating schedule and the needs of the facility   Maintains a clean, safe work area in compliance with Corporate/OSHA Standards and performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures   Effectively communicates with all Empower staff and maintenance team   Knowledge and Skills Organized self-starter with advanced problem-solving ability   Knowledge of single and three-phase electrical systems, electrical control systems, hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems; including air compressors, HVAC systems, boilers, and water/air cooled chillers   Must be trained and qualified to enter an ISO classified cleanroom under operator standards set by the Quality and Manufacturing teams   Ability to gown into classified cleanroom within 15 minutes of notice from manufacturing operators reporting issues   Ability to work in a clean manner in manufacturing areas   Experience with Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)   Experience in performing NIST Calibrations recommended   Ability to use basic hand and power tools/equipment: such as hand drill, forklift, and scissor lift   Ability to read electrical schematics and mechanical drawings   Project management skills a plus   Experience with Microsoft Office 365   Must be able to communicate effectively in English verbally and orally   Ability to research parts, drawings, diagrams, and schematics   Ability to perform physical requirements of the position with or without reasonable accommodations   Ability to lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds   Ability to multi-task and manage multiple priorities   Experience and Qualifications High School diploma or equivalent required. Advanced degree or trade school preferred   Previous military experience valued   2+ years of facilities maintenance experience, with a focus in equipment operations and preventative maintenance procedures, preferably in a cGMP regulated environment   Previous experience with maintaining/managing equipment; both building and production   Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(13.3 miles)
Position Summary The Quality Assurance Manager oversees and manages the quality assurance process to adhere to guideline established by regulating agencies and boards to ensure compliance to regulations in the delivery of a quality product.
Duties and Responsibilities Reviews/performs Daily Compliance Verification  Documents and reports results to the Director of Manufacturing  Environmental monitoring and documentation of personal monitoring, air bioburden, surface bioburden, temperatures, and particle counts  Collects environmental monitoring samples as necessary  Trains new Quality Assurance staff  Records sterility testing results, aseptic technique qualifications, and media fill process validations  Prepares/revises operating procedures and specifications  Reviews/approves routine change control requests as designated  Verifies that raw materials meet specifications  Oversees control of product labeling/label accountability   Recommends and/or implements improvements in streamlining processes and procedures in the areas of compounding, validation, change control, laboratory, and risk assessments  Uses incident and Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) activities and processes to drive quality improvements and responds to process and service issues  Leads root cause analysis and CAPA for audit observations, product complaints, product non-conformances, and in-process deviations  Directs the investigation of excursions in manufacturing or other related operations  Performs final review of test data/reports to ensure conformance to the established specifications and standard operating procedures  Verifies that product test results meet specifications  Tracks vendor equipment calibration and maintenance records and assess for deviations   Enters test results or summaries into the monthly and quarterly Quality Assurance report template   Documents results of deviation and complaint investigations, causal analysis, corrective actions, and preventive actions  Maintains quality records (equipment calibration and maintenance, training, deviation and complaint investigation, environmental monitoring, Certificate of Analysis, clean room certification)  Knowledge and Skills In-depth knowledge of USP , cGMP, FDA regulations (21 CFR Parts 210, 211), and ICH regulations  Effective communication skills, both written, and verbal  Leadership skills and the ability to facilitate the work activities of others   Proficiency with computer software, SharePoint preferred  Ability to act effectively as a member of a team to resolve problems  Good organizational and time management skills  Ability to work autonomously within established procedures and practices   Experience and Qualifications Bachelor of Science in technical or scientific discipline preferably Microbiology and 10 years in pharmaceutical or medical device FDA GMP environment with 5+ years of supervisory experience  Experience with international regulatory agencies highly desirable  Thorough knowledge of pharmaceutical manufacturing/controls  Preferred ASQ Certified Quality Auditor (CQA), ASQ Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence, or SQA Registered Quality Assurance Professional  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)   401(k) with company matching   Paid Vacation (10 days)  Paid Holidays (8 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(15.7 miles)
Position Summary The Inside Sales Group consists of highly-motivated sales representatives who are tasked with creating opportunities and acquiring new accounts by contacting clinic leads who have the authority to prescribe catalog products. The Inside Sales Representative is trained to identify, qualify, contact, and close accounts located in territories nationwide. He or she will use their proficiency for communication to establish strong relationships with key clinical decision makers. They will be trained to have detailed knowledge of facility processes, products, and company protocols along with being responsible for accurately communicating this information to clinics that often have questions as they establish a new pharmaceutical vendor. He or she also carries out planned campaigns designed to provide important information to existing accounts and potential accounts. The Inside Sales Representative has expert product knowledge and is a proficient communicator, helping the company optimize customer relationships, while increasing account revenue potential.
Duties and Responsibilities Possesses detailed product and compounding knowledge   Sources new sales opportunities through inbound lead follow-up and outbound cold calls and emails Converts opportunities into active accounts by presenting detailed information   Establishes, develops, and maintains business relationships with prospective and current healthcare providers in assigned territories Responsible for researching and identifying new leads to enter in the CRM   Updates each CRM profile with detailed and accurate information   Initiates contact with inactive accounts to reinitiate ordering Maintains a minimum number of outgoing contacts and a high standard of professionalism in verbal and written communications  Follows established sales operating procedures and best practices   Executes mass communication campaigns and maintains a follow up schedule until each lead is contacted Implements planned sales strategies based on analytics and customer requests   Meets all performance expectations and sales goals Knowledge and Skills High integrity   Customer-centric High intellectual curiosity   Analytical and quantitative skills   High adaptability in an environment with significant change and ambiguity   Ability to interact effectively with diverse customers via phone and email Must be able to maintain above average attendance and punctuality Able to learn detailed knowledge of pharmaceutical products and specific clinical treatments Accurately pronounce medical and pharmaceutical terminology Excellent verbal and written communication skills Must be detail oriented and possess high level of accuracy Aptitude for online research. Ability to search, locate, and identify target clinic leads Willingness to work collaboratively and ability to demonstrate effective teamwork   Must possess problem solving skills Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines Must be a self-starter and results-driven Sensitivity to confidential documents and information Proficiency in written and verbal communications Proficiency with computer software, SharePoint preferred Experience and Qualifications Previous experience in outbound call center sales or related sales experience preferred   Experience with CRM software (Salesforce)   Genuine interest in pharmaceutical products related to wellness, quality of life, and hormone therapies  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
1/2/2021
Houston, TX
(15.7 miles)
Position Summary The primary mission of the Pharmaceutical Sales – Field Specialist is to represent the pharmacy in the field, establishing relationships with clinics who are identified as potential customers, while also providing education and ongoing support to assigned accounts. The Pharmaceutical Sales - Field Specialist is expected to identify and qualify leads within their assigned territory. This position maintains scheduled communications with potential accounts (leads) with the goal of establishing them as active accounts, in addition to tracking and managing all identified leads from the field.

Duties and Responsibilities Visits physicians’ offices, clinics, and other healthcare facilities with the goal of promoting services in assigned territory  Establishes, develops, and maintains business relationships with current and prospective healthcare providers in the assigned territory or target list to generate new business and retain existing business for the Company’s products and services   Analyzes the territory/target list potential and determines the value of existing and prospective healthcare provider’s value to the organization   Plans and organizes personal sales strategies by maximizing the return on time investment for the territory/target list   Utilizes CRM to report on healthcare provider’s needs, problems, interests, competitive activities, and potential for utilization of company products and services   Keeps abreast of product applications, clinical journals/publications, market conditions, and competitive activities thru pertinent literature   Maintains updated daily communication logs on activity and call frequency in CRM to ensure overall goals are met   Follows up with assigned accounts to provide any needed assistance and to resolve any service complaints   Provides continued education and information pertaining to compounded medications, new products, backordered medications, and general pharmacy updates. This education is conducted in person with the physician and/or clinic managers   Prepares and presents proposals and quotes and recommends products based on customer needs  Establishes product and monthly volumes for target clinics   Obtains and analyzes pricing to determine the best possible advantage for the customer and the company based on company policy   Serves as a communication liaison between assigned accounts and the company, utilizing internal resources as needed   Consistently meets or exceeds minimum KPI standards and expectations   Ensures successful adherence to policies, procedures, and changes to the organization   Knowledge and Skills Must possess superior time management skills and maintain above average punctuality   Must be well-groomed and able to adhere to company dress code   Ability to interact with clinical department administration, management, and diverse client groups   Ability to engage professionally with small and large groups, speak clearly, and provide accurate information with proper pronunciation of terminology   Must possess aptitude for comprehension and retention of knowledge pertaining to catalog products   Willingness to work collaboratively and demonstrate effective teamwork while working directly with other members of the sales department   Ability to work independently and manage work tasks effectively   Ability to complete work both remotely and in the field   Must be detail oriented and possess a high level of accuracy   Excellent verbal and written communication skills   Ability to independently maintain a schedule and quickly adapt to schedule changes   Aptitude for the use of technology to maximize efficiency in the field. This includes using assigned equipment for digital presentations, email access, digital references, and data access   Ability to prioritize work and meet sales goals   Must be a self-starter and results-driven   Must possess problem solving and analytical skills   Sensitivity to confidential documents and information   Strong adherence to state and federal regulation, pharmacy protocol, and the sales department code of conduct   Completes all work with honesty, integrity, and the highest level of professionalism   Experience and Qualifications Bachelor's Degree or medical/pharmacy certification (RN, PhT, LPN, etc) or minimum 5 years' experience in pharmaceutical, nutritional supplement, and/or medical sales preferred   Must possess a valid driver’s license and adequate transportation   Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and CRM platforms  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)  401(k) with company matching, no vesting period  Paid holidays  (8 days)  Paid Vacation  (10 days) 
Full Time
12/27/2020
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$12.00 to $14.00 / hr
When you join the Martin Preferred Foods Team, you become a member of our “family.” You become a key member of our 75-year-old, family-owned food processing and distribution company, where our vision is adding flavor to life with food solutions that delight the pallet while yielding exceptional value. All of our team members are passionate about crafting food solutions that create an exceptional customer experience.
Martin Preferred Foods is a COVID Tested / Monitored Company with the most Comprehensive Safety Protocol in the Industry
Primary Job Duties Pulling of all freezer aisles and Game room Labels all products pulled. Restocking of returns and miss-pulls. Cleaning and leveling of assigned aisle. Help in checking of meat. Reporting any product in the wrong slot. Check inventory and pull subs Plug in all equipment used to be charged. Other duties as assigned.
Position Pre-Requisites High School graduate, equivalent GED or equivalent job experience. Must speak, read and write English. To be able to add, subtract, multiply, divide and understand percentages.
Requirements Able to read English and safely operate all warehouse equipment. Must be courteous, professional, attentive, and punctual, and you must embrace our company core values of Safety, Family, Integrity, Accountability, Customer-Centric, and Going the Extra Mile.
Physical Requirements Must be able to lift at least 75 lbs., must be able to stand for long periods of time. Must have good eyesight and be able to bend and maneuver in a crowded area(s).
Working Conditions Temperature tolerance for –10 to 40 degrees for long periods. Environment conditions are damp and floors are wet. Noise from machinery.
Benefits Available per MPF policies Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D, Accident, and Short Term Disalibility Paid Vacation, Sick, and Personal.
Walk-in's Welcome!
Martin Preferred Foods is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers qualified candidates without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.
Benefits:

   401(k)    Dental Insurance    Health Insurance    Paid Time Off    Vision Insurance
Full Time
12/27/2020
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
McCoys Building Supply is hiring Delivery Drivers   Drives company vehicle to deliver lumber, building materials, hardware and other building and maintenance supplies to customer's home, construction site or place of business. Complies with all federal, state and local laws. Collects payment from customers on COD orders and records customer information according to Standard Operating Procedures. Verifies order details and obtains customer signature on store copy of delivery ticket. Follows directions or uses a map to locate delivery addresses or locations efficiently. Records all pertinent delivery information as needed for accurate tracking. Collects and organizes required paperwork for delivery and transfer activity. Treats all customers and their agents with courtesy and respect.  Acts as a customer service liaison between the site customer and the facility personnel. Informs regular customers of new products or services. Informs store management or personnel of any customer complaints or requests in a timely manner. Listens to and resolves service complaints. Collects or picks up empty containers, rejected or unsold merchandise from delivery sites as directed. Loads vehicle safely and accurately. Maintains the cleanliness and appearance of the inside and outside of delivery vehicles. Performs routine safety check on vehicles according to company guidelines. Assists in yard and warehouse with stocking, loading and organizing materials. Assist customers in the yard with loading material and product questions when not driving a delivery truck. Follows Standard Operating Procedures while carrying out the responsibilities of position. Complies with all company safety standards Attends all store meetings and training sessions.
 
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