Clinical Pharmacist

Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
West Bromwich
05 Mar 2019
22 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
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Clinical Pharmacist
Band 7
22.5 Hours
Hallam Street Hospital
[... Click Apply...]-CORP
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic, self-motivated and adaptable part-time Pharmacist with excellent communication and interpersonal skills to support the pharmacy department.
You will have a passion for medicines management and will work as a respected member of a multidisciplinary clinical team within the Trust. You will play a key role in supporting the medicines management services to ensure we provide the best possible care for our service users and support to staff. You will need to be resourceful, able to manage your time effectively and prioritise your own workload.
You should have previous hospital experience, with relevant mental health experience being desirable although not essential.
A postgraduate qualification in clinical pharmacy / mental health would be advantageous. Training towards an appropriate qualification may be provided by the Trust.
The role will primarily focus on the delivery of a specialist clinical pharmacy service to ensure the safe, efficient and appropriate use of medication in the treatment of service users across BCPFT.

In addition to this, the role is also likely to include elements of Learning Disabilities, Community Mental Health, Children's & Young Persons and involvement in developing and delivering medicines management training and education to staff and patient groups.

The role is currently planned to be based at Hallam Street Hospital pharmacy department, based on Wednesday to Friday (3 day) working, with no expectation to take part in on-call or a weekend rota currently.

For further information, or to arrange an informal visit, please contact
Gurj Bhella, Chief Pharmacist, [... Click Apply...]

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