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Pharmacist (Temporary 12 months, 40 hours pw)
To carry out a clinical review of medication orders prescribed in the hospital and dispense medications to inpatients and outpatients in line with Galway Clinic hospital medication policies.
To provide clinical medication advice to patients and healthcare professionals.
To participate in the teaching and training (including in-service training) of students and staff as may be required.
To advise medical staff on pharmaceutical issues as may arise within the Service.
To participate on appropriate committees if required.
To ensure that the needs of service users and professional staff are being adequately met by the pharmaceutical service provided.
Maintaining good working relationships with colleagues within the Service.
Maintaining a high standard of work performance, appearance, attendance and punctuality at all times.
Ensuring the highest standards of confidentiality are maintained at all times in relation to areas of work.
Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.
Participation in weekend rota (Saturday 9-1pm, Sunday 10-1pm – day off in lieu)
To participate in the chemotherapy service provided by pharmacy department to oncology patients, to include the compounding of chemotherapy, clinical checking of chemotherapy prescriptions, dispensing of chemotherapy, stock counting, billing and any other duties that may be required in the pharmacy chemotherapy compounding unit.
BSc (Pharm)/ M Pharm & registration with the PSI
Minimum 2 year experience ideally in a hospital setting
Have proven Clinical, Leadership, Managerial & Customer Care skills
Ability to work comfortably in multi-disciplinary teams.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with colleagues at all levels.
Flexibility in work practices
To apply, please refer to the careers section of www.galwayclinic.com
The Galway Clinic is an equal opportunities employer
Closing date for receipt of applications – Wednesday 16th January 2019
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