Are you a qualified Pharmacist with an interest in working to support emergency humanitarian response?
UK-Med provides emergency healthcare support in times of crisis and humanitarian emergencies. We work with other agencies to coordinate the UK Emergency Medical Team (UKEMT) – a national programme deploying healthcare services to sudden onset disasters on behalf of the UK Government – as well as deploying independently or in collaboration with other humanitarian NGOs. We will soon be taking on responsibility for planning and maintaining pharmaceutical stores for the UKEMT and maintaining the pharmaceutical supply chain during a deployment.
We are seeking an experienced Pharmacist to join our team in Manchester. You will be an established professional (with at least 5 years’ experience) and be excited by the opportunity to contribute to emergency humanitarian response. You will be able to move quickly and effectively between management of supply chain, stock and warehousing to providing expert advice to clinical and logistical colleagues.
We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits along with a friendly working environment and the opportunity to make a real difference through humanitarian work.
How to apply
A full candidate information pack is available at https://www.uk-med.org/?page_id=22
For an informal discussion about the post, in the first instance please contact Liam Callaghan (email@example.com)
To apply, please submit a current CV and a supporting letter that includes:
- Full contact details
- Your current pay grade and salary
- Where you saw this role advertised
- An explanation of your suitability for this post with specific reference to the essential criteria in the person specification
Applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday 10 October 2018.
Interviews will be held in Manchester on Tuesday 30 October 2018.
Please note, UK-Med can only accept applications from people with an existing legal right to work in the UK and we cannot sponsor visa applications.