WORK WITH US...
- Clinical support
- Band 7
- Full Time 37.5 Hours Per Week
- £33,222 - £43,041** Per Annum
- 11/12/2018 23:59
Looking for a new challenge and to widen your horizon?
Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals may be the next step for you!
Named the City of Culture for 2017, Kingston-upon-Hull has more to offer than first meets the eye. Not only does the city boast two Super league rugby teams, but the Championship football team of Hull City AFC also resides here. As well as excellent shopping facilities, the city centre has exceptional transport links all over Yorkshire, including trains to the nearby cities of Leeds and York. Located less than an hours’ drive to the seaside town of Bridlington, Hull is also conveniently placed to the Humber Bridge, the gateway to Lincolnshire and beyond!
Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals has benefitted from increased funding allowing for the development of new Emergency Care facilities for both adults and children, as well as the renovation of the main tower block at the Hull Royal Infirmary site. At the Castle Hill Hospital site, the Oncology and Haematology Centre provides specialised care to 1.2 million patients from across the region. There is also a new cardiac and elective surgery facility which provides specialist cardiothoracic care to patients from across Yorkshire.
The pharmacy team is both ambitious and motivated, focusing our work around the best interests of our patients and continually striving to improve the services we offer. We have developed close links with the City Health Care Partnership and work together to provide medicines optimisation and clinical medication review to patients within the intermediate care setting. The department has recently been assessed positively by the CQC in its medicines optimisation services.
We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our team of band 7 pharmacists. The role is primarily ward based with opportunities to rotate through different clinical areas including Medical Elderly, Stroke, Neurology, Endocrinology, Surgery (both acute and specialist), Cardiology, Respiratory and Renal Medicine. There may be opportunities to work in specialist areas including cancer services, aseptics and medicines information. We have also recently been able to secure specialist rotations for our pharmacists to work with providers in primary care. These highly sort after rotations allow pharmacists to gain experience working across different care settings with a focus on medicines optimisation in care homes.
HEY Hospitals is a supportive environment, pharmacists have access to senior mentors who can support them throughout their clinical rotations. The Pharmacy department supports regular supervision in practice to ensure that pharmacists can develop their clinical skills and work to their full potential. The Trust is keen to support professional development of the entire pharmacy workforce and you will be expected to support, motivate and engage with others, we encourage and support training in Non-Medical Prescribing.
You will be expected to provide a clinical pharmacy service to allocated wards and offer advice to medical, nursing, other healthcare staff and patients on all aspects of the safe & effective use of medicines. This includes facilitating reconciliation, discharge planning and patient counselling. The pharmacy team has a wide range of qualified staff including technicians who will assist you in your day to day role, as well as assistants and apprentices who provide additional support to wards and patients.
We strongly recommend applicants make contact prior to application.
This role includes weekend and bank holiday working, and includes participation in the on call service.
You must be a registered pharmacist with the GPhC and hold a pharmacy degree or equivalent and be able to demonstrate evidence of your Continued Professional Development (CPD).
** Salary Figure relates to year 1 of 3 Year NHS Pay Deal
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
For further details / informal visits contact:
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For more information please contact Marie Miller Medicine and E&T lead on 01482 675587 or Grace Gough, Deputy Chief Pharmacist on 01482 674520 or 01482 674731
If you have problems applying, contact
- 01482 468026