We have opportunities for pharmacists to provide clinical input on inpatient wards
in mental health hospitals and clinics in the Somerset region
About the Company:
Speeds Healthcare is a national provider of outsourced pharmacy solutions, supplying medicines and providing specialist pharmacy services to independent hospitals and clinics. We provide a distribution and on-site pharmacist and technician support service throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Our mission is to support our partners to achieve excellence in medicines management, and work collaboratively to improve outcomes for our patients, clients and health professionals.
A ward based clinical pharmacist role supporting clinical staff to provide optimal pharmaceutical care and comply with healthcare regulations/best practice in medicines management. You will provide advice on the appropriate use of medicines and may also be required to provide training to clinical staff. This role is based in the North West Region with travel to other services as per the service needs.
Skills, Knowledge & Experience:
The position is ideally suited to someone who has a passion for providing excellent pharmaceutical care within the Mental Health Sector. Applicants should have excellent communication skills as well as strong time management and organisation skills.
There is the opportunity to develop clinical skills and to undertake a post-graduate qualification. We welcome applications from both community and hospital pharmacists with at least 1 years’ post-registration experience.
Monday to Friday – 2 Days per week
We have flexible opportunities regarding the number of days worked per week.
5 weeks paid A/L
Bank holidays off
Reimbursement of GPHC and College of Mental Health Pharmacy fees
Dependent on experience & qualifications (up to £52,000 full time depending on experience)
Speeds Healthcare offer opportunities for career and personal progression. With clinical, commercial, IT and managerial roles available, our pharmacists can follow their individual interests and ambitions, in furthering their career with us.
Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
Salary: Up to £52,000.00 per year (pro rata)