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Basic Grade Pharmacist - Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services

  • 4 Jul 2022 2:37 PM
    Message # 12837506

    Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services

    Basic Grade Pharmacist

    · 1.0WTE (35 hours)

    · Temporary Specified Purpose contract (minimum of 1 year)

    · HSE funded

    · Based in Harold’s Cross

    An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Pharmacy Department for an enthusiastic pharmacist seeking to obtain hospital-based experience. The post holder will work with the pharmacy team in the provision of a comprehensive pharmacy service and will participate in service development as required. The successful candidate will provide pharmacy services to all areas of the hospice including dispensary, ward-based clinical services and medicines information services, including the OLH&CS-based Palliative Meds Info. Clinical duties will include responsibilities to the three specialties in the hospice; Palliative Care, Care of Older Persons and Rheumatology.

    Essential Requirements


    · Be registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (The Pharmacy Regulator) or be entitled to be so registered.


    · Ideally a minimum of 9 months relevant post-graduation experience.

    Informal enquiries to: Eimear O’Dwyer, Chief Pharmacist by email: eodwyer@olh.ie or by phone: 01 491 2549.

    A detailed Job Description & Person Specification can be downloaded from the careers page of Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services website or by contacting the HR Department by e-mail: hr@olh.ie or by phone (01) 491 2594. Applications are via link to Rezoomo on the OLH&CS careers pages. 

    Latest date for receipt of applications is 9:00am on Monday 18th July 2022

About the association

The Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland (HPAI) is a voluntary organisation that represents it members on issues relevant to hospital pharmacists.

Mission Statement

The Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland exists to:

  • further the development of hospital pharmacy practices.
  • assist in the provision of continuing pharmaceutical education.
  • represent the views of the hospital pharmacist on issues of relevance to hospital pharmacy.
  • advance the professional welfare of our members



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