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Senior Rotational Clinical Pharmacist

Employer
Sterling Cross
Location
Luton, England
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
6 Apr 2024

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Pharmacy sector
Hospital
Job Type
Pharmacist
This is an exciting time to join this leading acute care service, where an innovative and forward-thinking investment programme is currently underway - bringing quality of care to a new high through world-class digital technologies, infrastructure, and environmental solutions.

The pharmacy department is looking for an experienced Pharmacist to support excellent patient care as a Senior Clinical Pharmacist.

In this role,you will be responsible for delivering pharmacy services across the hospital and undertake 9-month rotations in diverse clinical areas, including:

Acute admissions Aseptics Cardiology and stroke Complex care/frailty Diabetes care Gastroenterology and GI surgery General surgery Maternity care Medicines use and safety Paediatrics Respiratory medicine Innovation and learning are highly encouraged within the department - the team were one of the first to implement electronic prescribing in this setting, back in 2015. As a Senior Clinical Pharmacist, you’ll be able to take advantage of significant development opportunities, including to earn your clinical diploma and Independent Prescribing accreditationif you have not already done so.

This is a full-time role (37.5h) with regular weekends, late-nights, and on-call duties required (rota system). Part-time may also be accommodated at a minimum of 22.5 hours per week.

Person specification:

(Essential) Accredited MPharm degree or OSPAP qualification (Essential) Registration with the GPhC as a Pharmacist (Essential) Previous experience of working in a hospital pharmacy setting (Desirable) Clinical Pharmacy postgraduate certificate, or achievement of the half-way point in diploma

Benefits / enhancements include:

Modern, digitally advanced department with automated dispensing systems firmly in place Generous pension scheme (government-guaranteed) 27 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, increasing to 33 days with length of service Great public transport links First-class learning and development opportunities with a great professional support network Generous parental and compassionate leave policies Opportunities for flexible working hours, on-site attendance required Multiple staff networks shaping equality, diversity and inclusion initiatives Salary sacrifice schemes including Cycle to Work and car lease schemes Comprehensive discount schemes for retail, leisure activities, travel, etc. Staff recognition and reward schemes Occupational health services with Employee Assistance Programme And more

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