Are you looking for an exciting new challenge to broaden your experience?
We are looking for an enthusiastic and friendly Pharmacist with recent relevant hospital experience to join our team!
We cover a wide range of specialisms to meet the Islands’ needs so if you’re looking for a role with real variety, where you will have the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the departmental activity, this could be the role for you. Here, you will have a great opportunity to develop in all areas of clinical practice.
Working in the Pharmacy department within Noble's Hospital, you will perform the professional role of a Practising Registered Pharmacist, including clinical service (both ward-based and prescription screening in the Pharmacy), provision of advice and supervision of dispensing. You will be involved in all aspects of the departmental activity when required and to cover the duties of the other Pharmacists in the times of absence.
About the island and its’ health service
The Isle of Man is a self-governing crown dependency within the British Isles. The population of the Isle of Man is approximately 85,000. Those living on the Island, benefit from great lifestyle opportunities, open spaces, a safe environment, great education and a real sense of community. There are numerous events, clubs and societies in almost everything you can imagine, from cycling to sailing and kayaking to horse riding. Isle of Man residents benefit from lower tax rates than a lot of countries in the EU and a simpler, more efficient system of calculation.
The Island’s healthcare is provided by a National Health Service based on that in the United Kingdom but is independently financed and administered within the Isle of Man. Many of the changes brought about to the UK National Health Service, as a consequence of the extensive reorganisations of recent years have not been adopted in the Isle of Man.
Noble’s Hospital is situated in the capital of the Isle of Man and equipped to the very latest standards with an Education and Training Centre and library situated in the grounds.
If you would like to achieve a fantastic work/life balance with a professionally satisfying job whilst living in one of the safest, least congested and most beautiful parts of the British Isles then this is the job for you!
For further information about living in the Isle of Man and the Island’s lifestyle, check out our All about the Isle of Man booklet attached to this advert. In addition, you can also visit www.locate.im
We take development seriously!
Along with the fantastic lifestyle opportunities living on the Isle of Man boasts, developing our team to be the best they can be is important to us and we actively support your own personal career goals, aspirations and development. We regularly encourage both on island and off-island CPD and there may be opportunities for non-medical prescribing courses as well as completing a Clinical Diploma via distance learning.
What do you need to succeed in this role?
You will be the holder of a Pharmacy Degree - (BPharm, BSc (Pharm), MPharm, or equivalent) and will be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). You will be required to provide evidence of continuing professional development which meets the requirements of the Council. You will also have recent relevant hospital experience (experience working in an oncology aseptic unit would be desirable but not essential).
A good all-round clinical knowledge and practical clinical skills, including knowledge of principles of pharmaceutical care of patients, is an essential requirement for this post. You will be a team player, but prepared to make decisions as a professional.
Interview expenses and a relocation package of up to £7,000 based on receipts is available for this role. For any further information on the relocation package please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about the lifestyle, culture and living/working on the Isle of Man please visit www.locate.im
This role also qualifies for a recruitment incentive of £3,000 which will be payable in the 1st, 13th, and 25th months of employment.