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Pharmacist Prescriber/Pharmacist - NHS Trust

Job Description

Are you a pharmacist or non-medical Independent Prescriber with experience in any of the following: Acute Medicine, Critical Care and Surgery, Microbiology Education and Training Lead, and NHS trust experience, seeking a new role?

Band: 7 and 8a and b roles available
Role: Locum Pharmacist Prescriber
Duration: Until substantive recruitment completed
Start Date: ASAP
Location: Croydon
Hours: Full time/ Part time- 3/6 month contracts
Rate: One London Cap Rate for band at £30-£40 per hour dependent on experience

We are recruiting for 3 roles with breakdown per role available

Band 8 Acute Medicine - Main Duties of the Job:
- Provide expert pharmaceutical advice to doctors, nurses, and pharmacists to ensure high-quality pharmaceutical care for patients.
- Work as a non-medical Independent Prescriber (if qualified) within the agreed scope of clinical knowledge and competence.
- Lead and manage the day-to-day delivery of clinical pharmacy services to Acute Medicine.
- Develop, implement, monitor, and evaluate clinical governance initiatives to promote safe and appropriate use of medicines.

Must Have Requirements:
1. GPhC registration
2. Previous hospital experience
3. EPMA (Cerner experience)
4. Ward-based clinical experience

Band 7 Specialist Clinical Pharmacist - Critical Care and Surgery

Main duties of the job:
The post holder will deputize for the Lead Directorate Pharmacist in the delivery of the directorate responsibilities and duties and will assist in providing and maintaining a safe and efficient pharmaceutical service to a cohort of patients in accordance with Trust policies. This will include: reporting and analysis of medicines expenditure, clinical governance, and risk management. They will be specifically trained in critical care & surgery to provide support for the lead and less experienced pharmacists in these areas. Furthermore, the role will provide you with the opportunity to be part of a multidisciplinary team where you can provide support for service development through projects, audits, and education. You will be able to learn from specialists and senior pharmacists to improve your knowledge and attain the required skills for your personal development.

Must-Have Requirements:
1. GPhC registration
2. Previous hospital experience
3. EPMA (Cerner experience)
4. Ward-based clinical experience

Band 8a Lead Specialist Pharmacist - Microbiology

Main duties of the job:
- Provide expert leadership and specialist professional advice on antimicrobials.
- Develop, manage, maintain, and evaluate services to ensure effective antimicrobial stewardship across the Trust. This includes liaising with clinicians, nursing, and other health and social care professionals in both primary and secondary care settings.
- Make recommendations and support the development of necessary frameworks to ensure the safe management of antimicrobials through related strategy, policy, and training within the Trust.
- Supervise Band 6 and 7 pharmacists and pre-registration pharmacists working across the Trust, as required.
- Develop and deliver training sessions to registered healthcare professionals and non-registered staff within the Trust.
- Contribute to the patient safety agenda and clinical governance agenda through interventions and optimizations of antimicrobial medication.
- Provide professional advice to the Associate Chief Pharmacist for assuring compliance with NHSLA, CQC, and other standards relating to antimicrobials.

Must-Have Requirements:
1. GPhC registration
2. Previous hospital experience
3. EPMA (Cerner experience)
4. Ward-based clinical experience

Additional Information:
- Multiple locum and permanent vacancies available across the UK which include NHS trust, Mental Health Providers, Primary care networks, Pharmaceutical companies, and more every week!
- To explore current vacancies and submit your application,
- If you do not find a suitable role listed but wish to be considered for future opportunities, please still get in touch.

- Four weekly payroll runs.
- £250 training allowance.
- Excellent pay rates.
- Exceptional referral bonuses.
- Specialists mental health consultants offering single point of contact.
- Frequent notifications for upcoming opportunities via text and email.
- Ltd & PAYE payment options available.
- Nationwide provider of mental health staff to over 40 different NHS trusts offering mental health services and over 200 local authorities.
- FREE DBS disclosures provided via fast track online services.
- FREE Occupational Health Check and Immunizations.

Are you happy with your current agency? At SCS, we believe in rewarding your loyalty and hard work!
- £150 Agency Switch Bonus - If you're unhappy with your current agency or simply fancy a change, Service Care Solutions will give you £150 for bringing your current contract to us.
- £250 Welcome Bonus - We are offering a Welcome Bonus of £250, paid after completion of two weeks in your new placement.
- Refer a Friend (Earn up to £750 per Referral) - Simply refer your friend. If they get the role, we'll give you up to £750 per Referral.

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