Job Title: Pharmacist in Charge – 503B facility
Wells Pharma
Houston, TX 77054


Number of openings

Monday – Friday

– Health insurance
– Paid time off
– Dental insurance
– 401(k)
– Vision insurance
– Life insurance
– 401(k) matching
– Flexible spending account
– Employee assistance program

About the Job

The primary responsibility of the Pharmacist in Charge (PIC) is to ensure adherence to Wells Pharma’s SOP’s and policies, and directly supervise pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and cleanroom staff. The PIC will work directly for the Director of Operations to ensure production goals are achieved, assist with investigations, assist in daily operational pharmacy duties, monitor training and work with Quality to ensure all training is up to date. The PIC oversees all aspects of pre-production, cleanroom, and post-production.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Maintain state pharmacy license(s).
  • Directly supervise staff pharmacists, pre-production, cleanroom, and post-production staff.
  • Responsible for the execution of opening and closing activities; either directly, or through delegation to a staff pharmacist.
  • Work with Director of Operations to ensure production schedules are created, tracked, and met.
  • Identify trends or issues that are delaying batch production or causing batches to be discarded.
  • Represent the Pharmacy department in all state and federal regulatory audits, visits, and communication.
  • Review of batch records and associated documentation.
  • Understanding of the importance/impact of cGMP standards.
  • Assist in documentation and completion of Adverse Drug Event forms.
  • Hire, monitor, and terminate employees as necessary with Dir. of Operations approval
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements following local, state, and federal laws regarding the profession of pharmacy practice.
  • Regularly communicate with all staff during regular meetings.
  • Become licensed in all states requiring the Pharmacist in Charge to take exams. (Wells to pay for travel, exam costs and annual license renewal costs.)
  • Expert knowledge of DEA, FDA and state regulations pertaining to manufacturing and handling of controlled substances.
  • Shall have no allergies to chemicals that might be used during compounding.
  • Other duties that may be assigned from time to time or common for your position.
  • Compound Pharmaceuticals as needed

Supervisory Responsibilities

Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; maintaining schedules, approving timesheets and time off requests appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Education & Experience

  • Graduate of an accredited College of Pharmacy.
  • Active pharmacy license issued by the State of TX Board of Pharmacy that is in good standing.
  • Have at minimum two (2) years of aseptic sterile compounding experience.

Pharmacist in Charge