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A growing 503A pharmacy in Texas looking for an all-star Sterile and non-Sterile Compounding Pharmacist to join our pharmacy team in Dallas area. The job is a full-time salaried position. Relocation assistance will be provided for the highly qualified candidates. We offer extremely competitive salary, paid time off, medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K with matching, profit sharing, annual bonus, employee discount, educational opportunities, and excellent work culture.


Required Qualifications: 

  • 5+ years of experience with sterile compounding and a valid Texas state license as a registered pharmacist. Strong out of state candidates will be considered, but must initiate the licensing process immediately
  • Doctor of Pharmacy with advanced training and additional certifications will be preferred
  • Experience with BHRT and Functional Medicine with A4M or IFM certifications will be bonus
  • Experienced in all phases of sterile and non-sterile compounding including workflow, regulatory process, and SOPs
  • Highly experienced in USP 800, 797 and 795 compliances
  • New Formula Development Experience
  • Previous experience in managing compliance
  • Quality assurance including Internal and External testing activities
  • Board-Certified Sterile Compounding Pharmacist (BCSCP) certification and GMP experience will be a bonus
  • Knowledge of state and federal regulations governing pharmacy operations
  • Ability to supervise pharmacy technicians
  • Familiarity with PK Compounder Application
  • Proficiency in communicating with physicians and nurses including in-services
  • Experience in collaborative practice agreement with physicians.
  • Previous experience in Hormone and nutritional consultation
  • Passionate desire to learn and execute functional medicine and alternative therapies
  • Superb multi-tasking and organizational ability
  • Clear background and drug test


Daily Responsibilities: 

  • Oversee preparation of sterile intravenous admixture solutions, non-sterile compounded medications, procurement, and shipping of admixtures in compliance with pharmacy SOPs, FDA, BOP and DEA regulations
  • Perform quality assurance and verifications during compounding process
  • Responsible for supervising all aspects of aseptic processing, helping formulate and improve SOP & batch records, participating in product development initiatives, and ensuring adherence to policies and procedures
  • Responsible for ordering, storing, and handling controlled and non-controlled substances
  • Able to develop new Master formulations depending on patient needs and accountability to maintain the proprietary formulations
  • Responsible to maintain environmental monitoring of clean rooms (Temperatures, pressures, and checking incubator samples) and documenting as needed for quality control
  • Report out-of-specification observations, deviations, and modifications to the Quality Control unit and take necessary actions
  • Must be able to handle and host all Board of Pharmacy and other regulatory inspections. Able to maintain all required documentation and respond promptly
  • Responsible to maintain complete, accurate, and compliant documentation as per state and federal guidelines and requirements
  • Make recommendations for improvements to existing pharmacy methods and procedures and/offers new ideas, as part of the department's quality improvement effort
  • Participates in the maintenance and cleaning of the compounding environment, equipment, and tools as required
  • Actively participates in the training, education, and mentoring of other pharmacy technicians, interns, and students
  • Able to maintain all competencies and required documentation for the pharmacy personnel/team
  • Responsible for providing counseling to the patients on the use of medicines, side effects, and providing patient guidance on medication therapies and related questions when needed
  • Interact with Sales and management team and help with new lines of business including formula creations, researching clinical question, clinical review of marketing material etc
  • Inventory management including ordering and price negotiation with vendors


Professional Behaviors: 

In order to be considered for this position, a candidate must possess:

  • Communication Skills: Remain in constant communication with the management, pharmacists, and compounding technicians in the pharmacy
  • Attitude: Ability to take initiative and be self-driven while being adaptable to changes in pharmacy procedures. Capability of finding solutions for complicate compounding issues
  • Emotional Stability: Succeed in difficult situations while maintaining a professional attitude
  • Coachability: Successfully incorporate feedback from management into daily performance
  • Presentation: Upholds standards and presents as an ambassador of the company in all facets


Job Type: Full-time

License: Registered Pharmacist (Required)

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