Curative is looking to hire a part-time Pharmacist to work in and support our community pharmacy working with the Pharmacist in Charge (PIC) to serve our members in Austin, TX. In this role, the Pharmacist will provide consulting services to Health Plan Members ensuring proper compounding, dispensing, review and verification of prescribed medications with regulatory guidelines, company policies and procedures.  Also, supports the efficient workflow of the pharmacy and assists the PIC in identifying ways to optimize inventory management and enhance customer experience.


The Pharmacist will work within all aspects of pharmacy operations including processes and procedures, inventory, regulatory compliance, quality assurance, and automation and technology. This role will interact with other members of the pharmacy team.  


  • Provide oversight on pharmacy operations and pharmacy technicians in a new retail outpatient pharmacy in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and regulatory requirements 
  • Serve as a Staff Pharmacist in accordance with Texas State Board of Pharmacy rules 
  • Participate in pharmacy operations and clinical services in the retail pharmacy 
  • Counsel patients and answer questions regarding usage of medicine, side effects, interactions, contraindications, patient information privacy, generics and over the counter products
  • Perform pharmacist tasks including compounding, drug therapy reviews, verification dispensing prescribed medications and medication management
  • Issue controlled substances to patients and maintain records required by law
  • Responsible for the opening and/or closing of the pharmacy and shift change duties
  • Ensures the accurate processing of insurance claims to resolve customer issues and prevent payment rejections.  Follows-up with insurance companies as well as medical providers and participates in 3rd party audits.
  • Assists the PIC with establishing procedures that promote the efficient workflow of the pharmacy.  
  • Execute departmental policies and procedures, ensuring readiness and compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, and accreditation standards 
  • Train and provide staff feedback to the PIC in compliance with applicable employment regulations 
  • Manage, implement, and coordinate comprehensive pharmacy operations and clinical pharmacy services programs
  • Participate in the development, education, implementation and monitoring of all operational initiatives to provide optimal pharmaceutical care 
  • Ensure that patient care meets standards of safety, effectiveness, patient rights and customer service
  • Oversee and set priorities for the daily operations of the department to assure the provision of quality pharmaceutical care 
  • Actively participate in the educational activities of the department. Mentor staff in leadership, communication and pharmaceutical care skills.
  • Participate in pharmacy services to ensure that all quality, legal, regulatory and accreditation standards are met or exceeded. 
  • Work adhering to US regulatory and Quality System requirements (21 CFR 820, etc).
  • This position assumes and performs other duties as assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:

  • Pharmacy experience required, retail, hospital and/or closed-door pharmacy experience preferred



  • You have a minimum of two (2) years' Pharmacist experience
  • Prefer prior experience working in a new retail, inpatient or outpatient pharmacy in the State of Texas
  • You have exceptional customer service and communication skills (verbal and written), attention to detail and exemplary work ethic
  • You have a strong comprehension of clinical knowledge of pharmaceutical therapies
  • You have proficient computer use skills in Windows-based pharmacy programs, MS Office programs, and Google documents
  • You have demonstrated your ability to work collaboratively with others and work independently with minimal leadership guidance
  • You have clinical certifications including Vaccination and Disease State Management experience


  • Registered Pharmacist (RPh)
  • You have a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Pharm D degree, or equivalent
  • You have a Pharmacy license in Texas active and in GOOD standing


Supervisor Responsibilities:

Not applicable

Travel Requirements: Minimal (0-10%)

About Us

Co-founded by CEO Fred Turner and powered by a team of world-leading doctors, scientists, engineers, and health industry experts, Curative responded in March 2020 to the urgent need for COVID-19 testing, ultimately developing a network of thousands of testing sites across over 40 states and three CLIA-certified, high-complexity laboratories. As a result, Curative and its managed medical entities provided over 30 million COVID-19 tests and over 2 million COVID-19 vaccines.

Curative’s patient-facing services, healthcare facilities, integrated supply chain, and labs are part of a large platform we've built from the ground up that has allowed us to grow quickly and more efficiently than other healthcare companies. As a result, we were one of the first companies to respond to the pandemic providing COVID-19 testing at scale across the United States. 

We are now implementing a new model of comprehensive healthcare delivery focused on the whole person's well-being: providing expanded healthcare and wellness services while also streamlining access to preventative care. We are setting out to change healthcare in the United States and fundamentally re-designing the way that patients interact with their healthcare and health insurance. By building a connected platform for managing the health of our patients, we believe that we can deliver a better healthcare experience at a lower cost and with better outcomes so that our patients can focus on getting and staying well. Our model delivers healthcare by investing in patient preventive health from the start, reducing the barriers to entry to traditionally complex care networks and eliminating the concern of unexpected medical bills. Curative will launch its first members-only healthcare offering in Austin, January 2023. 

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