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The Pharmacy at the Royal Cornwall Hospital is delighted to be able to offer new positions in our Medicines Optimisation pharmacy team. You
will spend most of your time on wards and in the emergency department to deliver best care to patients through appropriate medicines optimisation. We are looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated pharmacy technicians with the potential and desire to develop through an exciting and varied career path in hospital pharmacy. Our pharmacy medicines optimisation teams provide near patient services such as medicines reconciliation, drug history taking and discharge facilitation. We are passionate about developing the role of the technician in all areas of pharmacy and seek to grow our fantastic team of experienced technicians. We are a dynamic department and have invested in new technologies such as electronic prescribing, robotics and PharmOutcomes transfer of information and care into the community and as such have been awarded Scan4Safety funding.
We would welcome applicants from hospital and community pharmacy, banding will be dependent on qualifications and prior experience (Band 4 to 5).
Band 4 – whilst undertaking induction training and completing accreditations, expected to be a period of 6-12 months depending on the candidate.
Band 5 – when both accreditations are complete.
Other relevant experience will be taken into consideration.
Come and join us, Cornwall is an amazing place to live, offering an excellent quality of life and a truly stunning environment to live in.
We actively support the development and training of all our staff, to achieve and succeed. Watch our pharmacy recruitment video youtube.com/watch?v=H53oq_XH_vY
This is a fulltime post working 37.5 hours per week, job share will be considered.
We have both permanent and fixed term positions available.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Georgie Hillier, Lead Technician Medicines Optimisation, Pharmacy Department, Royal Cornwall Hospital [Click here to apply].
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