Pharmacy Fulfillment Technician

Job Locations US-IN-Charlestown
Customer Service/Support






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Must be licensed in the State of Indiana or Nationally Certified.


KnipperHealth is a highly profitable, rapidly growing company that is competitively unique and nimble in service solutions. We offer incredibly competitive pay and benefits that start on your first day of employment.


  • Things you can expect within your first 90 days:
  • Zero time waiting for benefits
  • Welcoming team with a great culture
  • Classroom and on-the-job training
  • 30/60/90 check-ins with leadership team
  • Educational Assistance Opportunities
  • Toll allowance for hourly positions 
  • Interested in starting  a career in pharmacy with Knipper Health? Ask us about our company-sponsored Pharmacy Technician programs to become licensed in your state.



The Pharmacy Fulfillment Technician is responsible for preparing, filling and distributing prescriptions according to client orders/specifications, maintaining equipment and inventory in the pharmacy and record keeping related to patient and drug information.


  • Assist the Pharmacist in reviewing, processing, preparing, filling, labeling and dispensing of medications, supplies, and the provision of pharmaceutical care.
  • Verify information on prescriptions received prior to processing (correct prescriber, name of patient, patient information, medication, dose, quantity, number of refills, lot and expiration date).
  • Communicate with Patient Service Center (PSC) representatives as necessary to ensure medication compliance, medication and supply inventory, and overall coordination of care and as applicable.
  • Account for delivery receipts for all delivered prescriptions.
  • Follow HIPAA and privacy law guidelines, and any other local or federal laws.
  • Maintain all records including prescription logs and related files.
  • Receives, stores and logs inventory and returns, verifies quantities against invoices, and informs supervisors of stock needs or shortages
  • Assist Inventory Specialist with expiration date review of all medications on a scheduled basis and prepare outdated medication for destruction according to procedure.
  • Post payments and shipments to ensure accurate payment status and accurate account activity.
  • Evaluate all completed prescriptions/authorizations to ensure that the appropriate information has been obtained to allow for compliance with applicable standards and regulations.
  • Perform follow up on all outstanding prescriptions/authorizations and communicate discrepancies to pharmacist or PSC technicians.
  • Perform problem solving on order delays.
  • Perform Quality Assurance checks on automated technology specific to pharmacy equipment and shipping requirements
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work site.

The above duties are meant to be representative of the position and not all-inclusive.




  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • One (1) year of pharmacy operations or logistics experience
  • State specific Pharmacy Technician License, or commitment to complete the ‘technician in training’ requirements approved by the state specific Board of Pharmacy, within one year of hire date
  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language



  • One (1) year of previous specialty pharmacy technician experience with exposure to fulfillment of prescription orders
  • Nationally certified through the PTCB or another approved certifying agency
  • Inventory or logistics control experience



  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent problem-solving and organization skills
  • Ability to learn from a variety of techniques
  • Ability to follow established process flows
  • Basic math skills
  • Ability to recognize subtle differences in names and numbers
  • Ability to work effectively in highly stressful situations, exhibiting flexibility in changing situations
  • Knowledge of medical terminology (including sig codes and Roman numerals), brand and generic names of medications, and general pharmacy terminology
  • Computer literacy to include operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, presentation software, communication and collaboration tools, and Adobe PDF or comparable



  • Location of job activities 100% inside
  • Noise and / or vibrations exposure
  • Reaching (overhead), handling, and feeling
  • Stand, bend, stoop and sit for prolonged periods of time
  • Lift, carry, and move up to 50 pounds


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


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