Support Pharmacist - University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Location
Birmingham
Salary
£35K
Posted
03 Jan 2019
Closes
19 Jan 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Pharmacy@QEHB Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary company of University Hospitals Birmingham, which was established in 2011. We provide a pharmacy service for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) and Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham.

We currently service both the out-patients and in-patients due to be discharged from QEHB and out-patients at Heartlands. We operate in a manner akin to a community pharmacy with the hospital clinical pharmacy team maintaining oversight and responsibility for the clinical accuracy of prescriptions.

We are currently recruiting for pharmacists to join our team to work primarily at the QEHB site although there may be a need to work at Heartlands from time to time. It is essential that the candidates are flexible and have experience in a busy pharmacy environment with high volume dispensing, possess excellent customer service and team leading skills. We welcome applicants from either hospital or community settings.

This is a unique opportunity to support the delivery of the care from our automated pharmacies. We support post-graduate education and the development of staff, therefore this is an ideal opportunity for a pharmacist who may wish to gain secondary care experience to further a clinical pharmacy role in the future.

To apply please send your CV to liz.willmott@uhb.nhs.uk along with a covering letter outlining your previous experience. Closing date for applications is 19thJanuary 2019. Interviews will be held w/c 28thJanuary 2019

For further information on these posts please contact Liz Willmott (Superintendent Pharmacist) on the above e-mail.

All posts are subject to a disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. 

Note that all posts are recruited to under terms and conditions of Pharmacy@QEHB Ltd.

Salary- £35K 

Hours - 31.5 per week plus paid overtime when needed.