We’re always looking for smart, forward-thinking problem solvers to join our team. Through the use of our technology platform, and our patient-focused approach to service, we help non-profit hospitals and health centers provide helpful home delivery pharmacy services and gain insight into their patients’ care.
To apply: Read Carefully! We receive a lot of resumes and have a process for sorting through them.
To apply for an opening, please contact us in the following manner:
Step 1. Enter the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email. If you are applying for a part-time position please also note this in the email subject by inserting the phrase “Part Time” (ex. Patient Enrollment Representative Part Time)
Step 2. Paste your cover letter into the body of the email
Step 3. Attach your resume as a .pdf file to the email – be sure to include your name in the file name of the resume you attach (johnwdoeresume.pdf for example).
Step 4. Send the email with the attached resume to email@example.com
The Database Administrator will participate in performance tuning, replication, mirroring, clustering,data warehousing, backup and recovery and support of the production and QA databases. Practical, relevant experience as a creative problem solver and a proven ability to solve tough challenges with high quality solutions are critical. The Database Administrator will design and support MS SQL Server databases for 24/7 mission critical applications. This role reports directly to the CIO.
•Microsoft SQL Server administration and maintenance functions of production and QA databases in a 24/7 mission critical environment
•Participate in database server architecture and design as well as server environment recommendations for the overall infrastructure solution including storage capacity planning
•Responsible for database alerts, maintenance plans and scripts
•Manage database security and control access permissions and privileges
•Maintain the health, performance and integrity of the database systems
•Responsible for availability, reliability and integrity of business data stored in production databases
•Communicate regularly with the development team, business and operations team to ensure the security and confidentiality of data
•Resolve production database issues with team members and implement improvements to prevent a recurrence of the issue
•Backup and restore databases as necessary
•Several years of experience working as a hands-on MS SQL Server 2005/2008/2012 Database Administrator
•Experience in replication, data warehouse and scalability – Disaster Recovery
•Strong skills and experience in performance tuning – Index, Table, Queries and Stored procedures
•Data modeling skills for enterprise data warehouses and data marts
•Experience with Triggers, Stored Procedures and SQL Server Queries
•Experience in a 24/7 high availability production database environment
•Ability to think logically and analyze business process requirements and convert them to accurate database structure and logic
•Ability to effectively manage multiple concurrent priorities and meet deadlines within an dynamic, fast paced and challenging environment
•Strong interpersonal and communication skills
•Strong knowledge designing SSIS packages
•Strong knowledge of SSRS
•Experience with one or more Business Intelligence tools
•Healthcare and pharmacy data experience a plus
•Cleared background check required.
Special Note. Equiscript has four positions open for this position, one each for the South, North East, Central and West territories.
Reporting to the VP of Sales, the successful candidate will present and sell the company’s 340B home delivery pharmacy services to prospective health center clients.
Minimum of five (5) years broad hospital sales with a Bachelor’s Degree, MBA a plus.
Base Salary plus commission.
Equiscript, LLC is looking for Inside Sales Professionals that can effectively enroll patients by communicating the value of the Equiscript program and its benefits to our clients’ patients. This is a sales job.
The ability to read a script is not enough! We are looking for people that want to use their natural sales and influence skills, knowledge and personality to engage patients and educate them about a service that can help ensure they have the medications they need to stay healthy. The successful Patient Sales Professional will maximize opportunities by taking responsibility for the relationship with the patient through consistent, effective follow-ups. Just as no two people are alike, no two conversations with patients will be alike. The Patient Sales Professional will integrate their training in the program and the healthcare industry in general to ensure that patients fully understand the opportunity that the program provides without needing scripted answers. The Patient Sales Professional will drive the patient enrollment through all steps to ensure that the patient’s prescriptions are received and the medications are shipped by the pharmacy. The patient depends on you, and you know that the sale isn’t complete until the medications ship!
Most of the patients that we call have multiple prescriptions (more than 8 in most instances) that they are picking up from multiple pharmacies. It will be your job to introduce this program to the patient, explain how it will help simplify their life, and to make them comfortable transitioning their prescriptions to the home delivery pharmacy associated with the facility where they receive their medical care.
Why this is (and is not!) a sales role all at the same time.
We’ve found the word “sales” has different meanings to different people, so here is what this position is and is not.
The goal of the Inside Sales Professional is to contact patients, explain the Equiscript program and convince the patients that it will be to their benefit to move their prescriptions from their current pharmacy to their physician’s home delivery pharmacy. They are already having the medications filled; you must be able to effectively explain to them why they should have them filled at their physician’s pharmacy, instead of their current pharmacy.
|It is:||It is not;|
|Being enthusiastic about a very helpful service||Order taking- we are calling people we care about, not just a blind list.|
|Understanding how to sell to people with different personality types||“Smile and dial” or volume calling|
|Being an excellent representative of each of our clients||A low level job without importance|
|Calling patients who are known by name and respected by our clients, and treating each patient as if they are the most important person you will ever speak to||An “anonymous” list of sales prospects|
|Being empathetic with the challenges people face related to their health – and life in general||An unengaged position; you must truly care|
|An opportunity to help someone!||A regular sales job|
Required Hours: This position requires the availability to work from 9AM-6PM weekdays.
This position is in based in our offices in Mt. Pleasant, SC