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Senior Clinical Pharmacist Hospital Outpatients

Birmingham Children's Hospital Pharmacy Ltd
Birmingham, West Midlands
From £45,000 per annum
Closing date
10 Dec 2020

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Senior Clinical Pharmacist

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a pharmacist with excellent clinical skills to lead a team consisting of a pharmacist, checking technician and dispensers providing outpatient services to Birmingham Children’s Hospital. As well as the opportunity to develop your skills in paediatric pharmacy there will also be opportunity to experience obstetric, gynae. and neonatal pharmacy at our Birmingham Women’s Hospital site. The outpatient service is currently going through an important development phase. As the lead pharmacist reporting to the outpatient services manager you will have the opportunity to contribute to and influence this development.

Essential Attributes:
Pharmacist registered with the GPhC.
Able to act as a role model for patient care
Able to use leadership skills to engage staff
Able to understand the complex clinical and social needs of patients
Able to understand complex clinical situations and to discuss and make recommendations.
Able to use a variety of computer software to organise and present information.
Able to work independently, prioritise, set goals and meet deadlines.
Able to identify issues and use own initiative to address them.
Able to maintain standards and accuracy whilst working under pressure.
Able to travel between sites.

Desirable Attributes
Post-graduate qualification.
Member of the Faculty of the RPS.
Previous pharmacy management experience.
Previous experience of delivering clinical pharmacy services to neonatal/ paediatric patients and staff specialising in neonatology/ paediatrics.
Previous experience of delivering clinical pharmacy services to a Women’s directorate.
Previous experience of providing medicines information in a clinical context.
Previous experience and knowledge of audit.
Awareness of requirements towards CQC and NHSLA standards for medicines management.

COVID-19 considerations

All hospital visitors and staff wear masks unless exempted. Perspex screens are provided to protect staff when interacting with customers and patients.

Please note, this is not an NHS job but The Medicine Chest is fully integrated within the trust

Please apply at NHS jobs

Job Reference Number 284-20-DMAG-810

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