Willesborough, Ashford, Kent

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Shifts allocated as required

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Accrued based on hours worked; paid monthly

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One Healthcare Partners Limited

Clinical Pharmacist

Clinical Pharmacist

At One Healthcare, we are very proud of the exceptional level of service we deliver and the way we look after our team. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people who can connect with our culture and values to help us write the next chapter of the One Healthcare Group story. If you relish a challenge and want to work in an industry leading facility with like-minded individuals, One Healthcare is right for you.

One Ashford Hospital, Kent has a vacancy for a Clinical Pharmacist to join the team. This is a Flexi Bank position, shifts will be allocated as required.

The Clinical Pharmacist should meet the following criteria:

  • Degree in Pharmacy
  • Registration as a Pharmacist with the General Pharmaceutical Council (any existing or pending Fitness to Practice issues must be declared on application)
  • Postgraduate Diploma relevant to hospital pharmacy practice is desirable but not essential
  • Post registration experience of 1-2 years
  • Clinical pharmacy experience in a secondary acute setting, or proven ability to transfer clinical skills into an acute setting.

Clinical Pharmacist role and responsibilities include:

  • To provide pharmaceutical expertise and input to the care of the patients within One Ashford Hospital.
  • To support the pharmacy department to delivery an excellent medicine management service to all customers.
  • Attendance on daily multidisciplinary ward round
  • To supervise the procurement, preparation, dispensing and distribution of medicines.
  • Influence prescribing practice and medicines management within the Hospital
  • To facilitate the daily running of the Pharmacy Department, providing a safe and effective medicines management service to all patients, staff, consultants and customers.
  • Complete financial tasks and procedures as required, e.g. maintain journals, balance sheet reconciliations, reconcile invoices and charges, and other ad hoc accounting tasks as and when required
  • Ensure compliance with all appropriate regulatory, professional and best practice frameworks
  • Support the Chief Pharmacist to implement and monitor any national guidance; i.e. NICE guidance
  • To participate in audit activities, which will improve the quality of the services, provided by the department including medication incident reporting
  • Management of the Pharmacy Technician