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Sales Rep – Compounding Products Department: Sales Reports To: CEO Summary: Account Representation to customer accounts, primarily in the Compounding Pharmacies Segment, as their sales representative. This position is responsible for performing the following duties personally. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Increase profitable sales volume in Compounding Pharmacies Segment by: • Achieving assigned sales goals • Identifying and making sales calls as required by the compounding sales strategy • Developing customer presentations for sales calls • Developing new account relationships/new business opportunities and maximize existing account relationships in assigned territory specific to growing the compounding business • Maximize sales opportunities at industry meetings and conventions • Reporting sales progress, maintaining sales records on daily and weekly basis, to include sales call reports, weekly preview reports, weekly expense reports, and other reports as directed by the CEO • Daily use ACT for account relationship management and reporting • Perform all other duties deemed necessary by CEO Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be ale to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) or equivalent from a four-year college or university with 2 years outside sales experience is required. Experience working in a pharmacy environment is preferred and employment within the pharmaceutical compounding industry is a plus. Satisfactory completion of the Compounding Sales representative training program will satisfy the requirement for 2 years outside sales experience. Language Skills Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations created in English. Ability to write reports, presentations, and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public. Computer Skills Intermediate proficiency in the use of Microsoft Outlook PowerPoint, Excel, and Word to create presentations, letters, and analysis is required and will be tested. Mathematical Skills Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area circumference and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basis algebra and geometry. Physical Requirements Physical requirements include sitting throughout most of the day. The employee will frequently be required to use hands to finger, handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision required for close vision, distance, vision, color, peripheral, depth and ability to adjust focus. Environmental Demands Requires working around certain mechanical and electrical equipment such as computers, printers, telephone systems, fax machines, paper shredders, etc. Behavioral Skills The employee will be able to exhibit and maintain confidentiality and trust within the organization and in business dealings. Such confidentiality pertains to spoken word and printed materials. Ability to make decisions and set priorities to include recognizing important elements of the job, estimating time needed to perform tasks, and drawing conclusions about problems/situations based on provided facts as needed to identify problems and recommend actions for solutions, schedule work for self and others, work without direct supervision, and respond to emergency situations. Ability to interact with supervisors, co-workers, and public to include being flexible with work schedules and requests; remaining calm and courteous and exercising self control when sharing information and when interacting with angry individuals; accepting criticism without over-reacting or getting angry; and being open to and sharing ideas as needed to conduct training, handle complaints and encroachment situations, explain policies and procedures, and maintain good relations within the company and when representing the company in public.

Duties of the support technicians answer questions and help train our end users via phone in using their business system. There is a lot of accounting, inventory, and general software/hardware knowledge necessary. Users are in the equipment industry. They use a software to run their business system and our support technicians help them with their day-to-day operations in the software. Technical Support Representative - POSITION Technical Support Representative / Application Trainer TEAMS Support Training REQUIREMENTS Customer service must your focus Great communicator Professional phone etiquette Ability to juggle multiple priorities at once Must be able to work in fast pace environment Familiar with computers Familiar with MS Office Accounting knowledge a plus RESPONSIBILITIES SUPPORT RESPONSIBILITIES • Provide technical support and training to customers by researching and answering questions and troubleshooting problems. • Maintain knowledge of software applications used for documentation and communication within the company • Maintain knowledge of technical requirements for applications • Maintain accurate documentation support cases • Maintain documentation for procedures and support cases • Maintain outstanding support cases and follow-up regularly until resolved • Communicate customer errors and concerns TRAINING • Train customer on how to use Basic Software business system and interfaces. o In - House Training ??Preparation of presentation material as needed ??Teaching o On-Site Training ??Travel to customer’s location ??Preparation of presentation material as needed ??Teaching o Live Web / Phone Training ??New Customer Software Installations ??Web Conference Sessions as assigned

Materials Manager JOB SUMMARY: To be responsible for the materials management function relating to the planning, procurement, storage, control, and distribution of materials and products to meet company objectives and customer requirements. This involves directing and administering inventory control, procurement, shipping and receiving, and materials stores. This position initially reports to the purchasing manager and is a transitional role with a goal of filling the purchasing manager’s position. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Maintains optimum inventory levels to ensure on-time deliveries meeting customer requirements while minimizing carrying costs and premium transportation charges. 2. Supervises and establishes procedures for taking and valuing the year-end physical inventory. Monitors maintenance of perpetual inventory system to ensure the highest degree of accuracy throughout the year. 3. Directs the write-offs of obsolescent and damaged inventory to maintain realistic valuation of goods-on-hand. 4. Manages the purchasing department in the acquisition process, and in scheduling delivery of materials, supplies, equipment, and services according to requirements of the company’s operations. Investigates and solves problems resulting from the material shortages, however caused. 5. Develops, establishes, and provides for the maintenance of reporting systems that relate to the materials function. 6. Manages the shipping and receiving functions of the company and oversees the storage of purchased parts and finished goods. 7. Keeps abreast of new sources of supply to maximize use of just-in-time inventory practices. 8. Ensures that the company’s established procedures are followed in connection with all materials department functions. 9. Is responsible for the motivation and development of subordinates to optimize their performance and their personal and professional growth.

Materials Manager JOB SUMMARY: To be responsible for the materials management function relating to the planning, procurement, storage, control, and distribution of materials and products to meet company objectives and customer requirements. This involves directing and administering inventory control, procurement, shipping and receiving, and materials stores. This position initially reports to the purchasing manager and is a transitional role with a goal of filling the purchasing manager’s position. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Maintains optimum inventory levels to ensure on-time deliveries meeting customer requirements while minimizing carrying costs and premium transportation charges. 2. Supervises and establishes procedures for taking and valuing the year-end physical inventory. Monitors maintenance of perpetual inventory system to ensure the highest degree of accuracy throughout the year. 3. Directs the write-offs of obsolescent and damaged inventory to maintain realistic valuation of goods-on-hand. 4. Manages the purchasing department in the acquisition process, and in scheduling delivery of materials, supplies, equipment, and services according to requirements of the company’s operations. Investigates and solves problems resulting from the material shortages, however caused. 5. Develops, establishes, and provides for the maintenance of reporting systems that relate to the materials function. 6. Manages the shipping and receiving functions of the company and oversees the storage of purchased parts and finished goods. 7. Keeps abreast of new sources of supply to maximize use of just-in-time inventory practices. 8. Ensures that the company’s established procedures are followed in connection with all materials department functions. 9. Is responsible for the motivation and development of subordinates to optimize their performance and their personal and professional growth.

8/27/14

Busy Texarkana medical office is seeking a full time licensed LVN. Having a background in pediatrics will help you but is not required. This candidate will work Mon-Fri 8-5 with a starting pay of $12.00/hr.

Duties of the support technicians answer questions and help train our end users via phone in using their business system. There is a lot of accounting, inventory, and general software/hardware knowledge necessary. Users are in the equipment industry. They use a software to run their business system and our support technicians help them with their day-to-day operations in the software. Technical Support Representative - POSITION Technical Support Representative / Application Trainer TEAMS Support Training REQUIREMENTS Customer service must your focus Great communicator Professional phone etiquette Ability to juggle multiple priorities at once Must be able to work in fast pace environment Familiar with computers Familiar with MS Office Accounting knowledge a plus RESPONSIBILITIES SUPPORT RESPONSIBILITIES • Provide technical support and training to customers by researching and answering questions and troubleshooting problems. • Maintain knowledge of software applications used for documentation and communication within the company • Maintain knowledge of technical requirements for applications • Maintain accurate documentation support cases • Maintain documentation for procedures and support cases • Maintain outstanding support cases and follow-up regularly until resolved • Communicate customer errors and concerns TRAINING • Train customer on how to use Basic Software business system and interfaces. o In - House Training ??Preparation of presentation material as needed ??Teaching o On-Site Training ??Travel to customer’s location ??Preparation of presentation material as needed ??Teaching o Live Web / Phone Training ??New Customer Software Installations ??Web Conference Sessions as assigned

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