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Specialist Clinical Pharmacist - Antimicrobial Stewardship

Sterling Cross
Birmingham, England
Closing date
14 Feb 2024

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Pharmacy sector
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A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Clinical Pharmacist to join a leading specialist hospital in Birmingham!

The hospital is recognised as a centre of expertise, providing opportunities at the cutting edge of research and specialist care. This is your place to be at the heart of the city - and experience national reach and global reputation.

As a Specialist Clinical Pharmacist - Antimicrobial Stewardship you will grow a thriving career and unlock your potential, unique and vast specialisms provide opportunities you won’t find anywhere else. No matter the career path you choose - you’ll have unwavering support for your ambition and a real investment in your learning.

This role will see you working across 3x hospital sites.

Full-Time role; however Part-Time/Job Share may also be considered for the right candidate.

There is discounted parking close to the sites, and the hospital also has great transport links.

Person specification:

(Essential) GPhC-accredited MPharm degree or equivalent (Essential) Valid GPhC registration (Essential) Experience within clinical hospital pharmacy services

Benefits include:

Generous holiday and special leave allowances: a minimum of 27 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays, rising to 29 days after 5 years of service. The NHS is one of the very few employers that still offer a retirement package based on either your final salary or a percentage of your pay over your whole career. This is fully protected against inflation and guaranteed by the government. Every new employee automatically qualifies. 52 weeks maternity leave with a maximum of 39 weeks maternity pay and up to 2 weeks paid leave per child subject to eligibility. Sick pay up to a maximum of 6 months full pay and 6 months half pay, dependent on length of service and previous history. 3 working days paid leave per annum (pro-rata) to support dependents’ illness or emergency breakdown of care provisions

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