- Band 6
- 37.5 hours per week
- DCH Pharmacy
- £28,050 - £36,644 per annum
- 23/10/2018 23:59
Outstanding Care, Outstanding Careers
We are the largest and most diverse employer in West Dorset with over 3,000 staff providing an acute hospital service to a population of over 250,000.
Our Mission is to provide outstanding care for people in ways which matter to them and to achieve this we ensure our values of Integrity, Respect, Teamwork and Excellence is at the core of everything we do.
West Dorset with its outstanding scenery and rugged coastline is characterised by a number of small towns, each with a distinct identity. The coastline is protected by World Heritage as a site of outstanding natural beauty.
Dorchester is an intriguing mix of historic and the modern, with the new Brewery Square development offering a vibrant and sophisticated leisure and shopping complex.
The local schools are amongst the best in the country with a mix of public and private education.
The hospital is close to the town centre of Dorchester, and has excellent bus and rail networks, making the major centres of Bournemouth, Bath, Southampton, Exeter and Bristol easily accessible
NHS Discount Scheme – free to join and a huge range of discounts for NHS staff
Childcare Support – our staff receive discounted rates at Sunny Days Nurseries and we also provide a childcare voucher scheme.
Cycle to Work Scheme – we run a Cycle to Work Scheme, offering savings on the cost of a new bike plus cycling equipment
Pension – the NHS offers one of the UK’s best pension schemes with an excellent package of benefits
Flexible working – a range options including compressed hours, term-time contracts and part-time working
Staff Recognition – as well as regular appraisals, local and corporate inductions, we recognise the great work of our staff through the Monthly Hospital Heroes Award and the Annual Gem Awards
Employee Support and Wellbeing– A free, confidential counselling service for both work and non-work related matters. A physiotherapy service is also available.
Dorset County Hospital has an exciting opportunity to join our award-winning Pharmacy team. We are looking for an ambitious, highly motivated and dynamic pharmacist who is looking to develop their knowledge and skills in clinical pharmacy and progress their career. You may be a current pre-registration pharmacist, a newly qualified pharmacist or looking for a new challenge in your career.
You will work in a supportive environment with excellent training and development opportunities. We run regular education sessions, which all our pharmacists are encouraged to participate in. We support continuing professional development and we offer the opportunity to undertake the post-graduate clinical diploma. We also encourage and support our pharmacists to undertake the non-medical prescribing Programme.
You will work alongside a variety of clinical and technical staff and will have support from our experienced team of pharmacists and medicines management technicians. You will obtain experience in a variety of pharmacy services and the current rotations, each lasting four months, will include:
- Acute medicine
- General medicine (including cardiology and respiratory services)
- Medicine for Older People
- Surgery (emergency and elective)
- Aseptics and cancer services
- Renal Services
- Critical Care
The Pharmacy department at Dorset County Hospital is forward thinking and we pride ourselves on the excellent pharmaceutical care we provide for our patients. We have a decentralised service whereby TTOs are dispensed on the wards, which has improved our turnaround times and aids patient flow. We also have robotic dispensing and electronic prescribing. We are looking forward to upgrading our robot in the near future, which will include redesign and refurbishment of our dispensary
The post is full time (37.5 hours/week) and will include on-call, weekend working, late shifts and participation in the bank holiday rota. We look forward to receiving applications from enthusiastic and innovative pharmacists and pre-registration pharmacists.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Kate Travers, Clinical Pharmacy Manager, email@example.com or Tel: 01305 254379