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Compounding Pharmacy Jobs in Utah

As medications and prescriptions become increasingly complex, there is a growing need for pharmacy professionals who can properly manage, compound, and distribute these drugs.

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That’s where RPh on the Go's compound pharmacists and pharmacy technicians come in —they play a critical role in ensuring that patients have access to the proper medications – in the proper form, dosage, and makeup – that they need to get well. They also play an essential role in overcoming shortages to ensure proper care for all.

What is a Compounding Pharmacy?

Compounding pharmacy is the process of creating pharmaceutical treatments designed to meet the individual needs of a specific patient. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians perform a variety of duties and responsibilities revolving around the preparation of customized medications.

Compounding Pharmacist Jobs

Compounding pharmacists have many of the same responsibilities as other pharmacists but with one major difference. Compounding pharmacist's main function is to create compound medications by mixing a variety of different components. Depending on the instruction from a physician, medications may need to be customized for a variety of reasons, such as customizing the dosage of a medication or working around a patient's allergies.

Compounding Pharmacy Technician Jobs

Below are some of the job responsibilities of a compounding pharmacy technician:

  • Label, prepare and package compound medications 
  • Collaborate with physician offices and insurance providers
  • Support compounding pharmacist on staff
  • Demonstrate high-quality customer service

Compounding Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Salary

Compounding pharmacists and pharmacy technicians make similar salaries as pharmacy professionals in retail and hospital facilities make. Two factors that have an impact on a compounding pharmacy professional's salary are their years of experience and their location in the U.S.

If you are interested in exploring careers in this exciting, growing field, browse our compounding pharmacy jobs below!

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Pharmacy - Pharmacy Technician 21 days ago Ogden , UT

Retail Pharmacy Technicians

  • Use specialty compounding equipment to weigh, and record chemicals included in a formula and then combine those chemicals into the appropriate dosage and form.
  • Perform any assigned tasks for the compounding prep lab, glassware prep lab and the cleanroom suites.
  • Staging needed supplies from the warehouse to cleanroom in manner that reduces microbial growth.
  • Calibration and proper documentation of compounding equipment.
  • Properly document events as they pertain to product batch records.
  • Operate within confined/ISO classified areas.
  • Report all deviations from standard operating procedures.
  • Follow all safety procedures and guidelines for preparation of compounds.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Perform all job duties in a manner that reflects maintaining product integrity and quality.
  • Maintaining sterile lab operator requirements within the respective time frames.


Minimum Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule to work weekends or evenings
  • Must be able to work in a Sterile environment, including passing medial fill and gowning qualifications within a reasonable time post-training
  • Obtain and maintain a Pharmacy Technician License with the State


  • Knowledge of applicable state laws, regulations, practices and limitations as related to pharmacy technicians
  • Knowledge of cGMP guidance and regulations
  • Bachelor's degree in Biology, Chemistry or related field
  • Capable of working with small delicate equipment.
  • Knowledge of basic principles, theory, laws, regulations and practices with respect to compounding.
  • Experience in entering data into databases.
  • Basic level PC/tablet skills experience.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, ever changing environment

For confidential inquiries, email your resume to;

Linda Haubach at lhaubach@rphonthego.com or call 847- 588-7486

All resumes and inquiries will be kept strictly confidential. View our website at www.rphonthego.com to learn more about our company