Outpatient Oncology PIC Job in Maxor National Pharmacy Services, LLC


Maxor National Pharmacy Services is seeking a highly competent, compassionate
Outpatient Oncology
Pharmacist In Charge (PIC) for our pharmacy located within John Peter Smith, JPS Health Systems, Fort Worth. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced PIC with oncology experience to join an outstanding team of dedicated professionals while managing a pharmacy and support staff. In this role, the PIC directs and coordinates all pharmacy activities, including clinical services, performance improvement, dispensing, and the purchasing, receipt and storage of pharmaceuticals. The PIC collaborates with upper level management in order to ensure the deliverance of high quality pharmacy services and safe, effective, and appropriate medication treatment. Maxor Manages all JPS pharmacies throughout the JPS Health Network.

JPS Health Network is a $950 million, tax-supported health care system for Tarrant County in North Texas. Licensed for 578 beds, the network includes an acute care hospital and more than 40 community-based clinics, including 19 school-based clinics. John Peter Smith Hospital is home to Tarrant County’s first and only Level 1 Trauma Center, its only psychiatric emergency services site and has the largest hospital-based family medicine residency program in the nation.

Why JPS?
We’re more than a hospital. We’re 7,200 of the most dedicated people you could ever meet. Our goal is to make sure the people of our community get the care they need and deserve. As community stewards, we abide by three rules:

Own it.
Everyone who wears the JPS badge contributes to our journey to excellence.
Seek joy.
Every day, every shift, we celebrate our patients, smile, and emphasize positivity.
Don’t be a jerk.
Everyone is treated with courtesy and respect. Smiling, laughter, compassion – key components of our everyday experience at JPS.

When working here, you’re surrounded by passion, diversity, and dedication. We look forward to meeting you! CEO Magazine named JPS Health Network the Outstanding Health System for the Dallas-Fort Worth region during its 2020 Excellence in Healthcare Awards.

Our Company

At Maxor, we’re transforming the pharmacy industry to create healthier lives through purposeful engagement across Pharmacy Benefit Management, Pharmacy Management, Specialty Pharmacy, 340B, Rebate and Formulary Management, and Pharmacies. With more than 92 years of experience providing customers and patients with exceptional pharmacy services, Maxor has earned the reputation as a premier employer by offering rewarding career opportunities at competitive pay rates.

Our Locations

The Maxor team brings robust experience, diverse perspectives and passion from a nationwide team of 800+ professionals located in more than half of the US states.

Assist the Director of Pharmacy to ensure the pharmacy provides optimal service, meets legal and accreditation/certification requirements, and complies with all policies and standards of Maxor National Pharmacy Services Corporation.
Maintain daily operation of pharmacy department by supervising pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in the routine performance of their duties.
Ensure the pharmacy is adequately staffed during all hours of operation.
Schedule pharmacy staff for routine, weekend, holiday, and on-call hours.
Provide appropriate technical and customer service training for pharmacy staff.
Review and update established drug-therapy guidelines and other policies and procedures, in conjunction with the Director of Pharmacy, for use by physicians, nurses, and pharmacists.
Provide drug information to meet the needs of physicians and nurses through direct contact or in-service programs.
Prepare various reports and maintain records or supervise the maintenance of records as required or requested by the Director of Pharmacy.
Maintain current knowledge of drug therapies and drug reactions and interactions by reading professional literature, attending seminars and utilizing professional affiliations.
Maintain patient medication records.
Monitor drug therapy for contraindications, interactions, allergies, and appropriateness.
Provide patient information and counseling.
Interpret and fill drug orders.
Compound, prepare I.V. admixtures (if applicable), and dispense prescriptions.
Participate in inventory control programs such as ordering, inventorying, and monitoring as required by the Director of Pharmacy.
Work Inventory Reports to maintain inventory and turns.
Participate in activities resolving unsafe and unsanitary practices.
Attend and participate in other programs, committees, meetings, and functions required by the pharmacy department.
Contact and confer with physicians regarding questions or irregularities on prescriptions.
Maintain inventory and records of controlled drugs and other drugs as required by law.
Ensure the delivery of positive customer service and follow up on customer complaints.
Work cooperatively with other staff members to enhance the team concept.
Participate in the development and implementation of the Performance Improvement Program.
Maintain regular performance in accordance with established policies.
Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
Promptly report any allegations of impropriety to the Compliance Department.
Comply with Maxor’s Ethical Business Conduct policy and Maxor’s Compliance Program.
Remain free from exclusion under the OIG and SAMS Medicare/Medicaid lists.
Complete required training and ensure the departmental staff training is completed as required.
Must be able to cope with the mental and emotional stress of the position.
Ensure staff is informed of product upgrades or enhancements in a timely manner.
Hire and train competent staff.
Develop and mentor departmental staff by providing career coaching; motivate departmental staff, individually and as a group; understand and support diversity; and establish an effective team.


Graduate of an accredited college of pharmacy
BCOP (Board Certified Oncology Pharmacist) required or obtained within the first 18 months of employment
Licensed to practice pharmacy in the state of Texas


A minimum of three years of pharmacy managerial experience required, preferrably in an oncology pharmacy practice setting.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of best practices in field.
Comprehensive knowledge of pharmaceuticals, their indications, interactions, and potential side effects.
Skill in the development of drug therapies.
Knowledge of relevant accreditation and certification requirements.
Ability to establish goals, structures, and processes necessary to implement a mission and strategic vision.
Leadership, coaching, and teambuilding skills, to strengthen and cultivate relationships.
Strategic and analytical thinking skills with an ability to solve problems and make decisions.
Ability to network and interact, as well as support effective partnerships with key groups and individuals.
Ability to prioritize ongoing and new projects, as well as conduct research and gather information.
Consultation and change management skills.
Verbal/written communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.

Why Maxor?
Maxor offers a progressive culture that promotes teamwork and where employees are valued as the Company’s best asset. We work hard, but we make sure to have fun along the way, too. Competitive salary, plus a great benefits package are available including:

$850 individual, annual medical deductible
$25 office visit copays
Low biweekly premiums
Company paid basic life/AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability insurance
Rx, dental, vision, short-term disability, and FSA
Employer-matched 401k Plan
Industry leading PTO plan

The innovative spirit at Maxor will transform the way you think about pharmacy & healthcare services. As we pave the way in a relentless commitment to positive health outcomes, it’s never been a better time to be part of the Maxor team!

To Apply: please go online at https://careers-maxor.icims.com/

Maxor is an EOE, including disability/vets

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