I treat more than just symptoms
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding Pharmacist role and want to develop your skills in an environment where no two days are the same?
Are you an individual who would thrive on working at the forefront of innovative prison primary care and substance misuse treatment?
Then look no further...
What will you be doing?
You will be responsible for providing a specialist clinical pharmacy service to the prison, ensuring high quality, safe, effective, legal and accurate use of medicines. You will also have key responsibility of supporting and supervising the pharmacy technicians also working at HMP YOI New Hall.
The main focus of the work will be to provide a dispensary and wing based clinical pharmacy service and work with the Lead Pharmacist on providing medicines management support to a number of different wings.
The ability to work in a highly stressful and pressurised environment is key.
What we need from you?
You will be a qualified Registered Pharmacist- BSc or Master’s Degree in Pharmacy, holding registration with the general Pharmaceutical Council. You will have a real passion for developing your own Pharmaceutical skills and those of your team. You’ll have a flexible approach working within a team that encourages new ideas.
If you are self-motivated and able to work autonomously as well as showing plenty of initiative when it comes to handling a wide range of situations, then this could be the right role for you!
This is a full-time role, working 37.5 hours per week. The salary range for this role is up to £42,000 per annum - depending on experience.
We also offer training & development opportunities, company contributory pension scheme, 25 days annual leave plus 8 public bank holidays, staff well-being, access to bank hours, CPD, re-validation, cycle to work scheme, on-site gym facilities and onsite parking.
Please note that this role is subject to Care UK Terms & Conditions and offers of employment are subject to receipt of satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and prison vetting.