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· 0.5WTE (18.5 hours) initially and 1.0WTE (37 hours) from June 2021
· Temporary specified purpose (until approx. June 2022)
· HSE funded
· Based in Harold’s Cross & Blackrock Hospice
An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Pharmacy Department at OLH&CS. The Senior Pharmacist will work with the Chief 1 Pharmacist and pharmacy team in the provision of a comprehensive pharmacy service and in leading areas of service development as required. The pharmacy service includes dispensary services, ward-based clinical services across the Harold’s Cross and Blackrock sites, medication safety initiatives and medicines information services, including the award-winning national medicines information service for palliative care, Palliative Meds Info. Pharmacy services are provided to the three clinical specialties at OLH&CS, Palliative Care, Care of the older Person and Rheumatology.
· Be registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (The Pharmacy Regulator) or be entitled to be so registered.
· Minimum of three years relevant post registration experience as a pharmacist
· Experience working in hospital pharmacy practice
Informal enquiries for this post to Eimear O’Dwyer on 01 406 8768 or by email to email@example.com
A detailed Job Description & Person Specification for this position is available to download below or from the Human Resources department by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest date for receipt of applications is 1.00pm on 24th February 2021.
Department of Health & Children salary scales will apply for HSE funded posts. A panel may be formed from which future Senior Pharmacist (temporary, full time) positions may be filled in line with Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services’ panel management guidelines.
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