Sterling Cross Trading LLP
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Senior Clinical Pharmacist

There has never been a better time to join this leading acute care provider in vibrant East London, which is now looking for an experienced Pharmacist to support delivery of expert secondary care as a Senior Clinical Pharmacist (Rotational).

The hospital has recently been awarded an “Outstanding” CQC rating, with all services receiving no lower than a “Good” score, and is investing heavily in its people and facilities as part of a dedication to exemplar health care, education and research for the present and the future.

As a Senior Clinical Pharmacist, your structured rotational programme will see you deliver, develop, and lead specialist clinical pharmacy care across the hospital.

Alongside general ward areas, surgical care, and patient services, you will practise in the following clinical specialties:


  • Acute admissions    
  • Allergy & immunology          
  • Anticoagulation
  • Antimicrobial stewardship
  • Biosimilars & high-cost drugs
  • Clinical trials
  • HIV
  • ITU & AKI
  • Oncology & ePMA
  • Women’s & children’s services
  • And more.

You will be able to contribute to a number of ongoing projects, including the full automation of hospital-wide medicines management processes and implementation of virtual wards, in your role as a senior practitioner.

Plus, as the role of prescribing pharmacists continues to develop, it is more important than ever that you have access to enhanced CPD options; you will be supported in gaining your PGDip Clinical Pharmacy and Independent Prescribing qualification

* as part of this commitment if you have not already done so.

This is a permanent Senior Clinical Pharmacist position, ideally full-time (37.5h) although part-time and other flexible options can be considered.

 

Person specification:


  • (Essential) GPhC-accredited MPharm degree (or equivalent).
  • (Essential) Registration with the GPhC as a Pharmacist.
  • (Essential) At least 12 months’ experience in a hospital pharmacy setting.
  • (Desirable) Clinical Pharmacy postgraduate certificate or diploma.

 

Benefits & enhancements include:


  • Generous pension scheme
  • Additional allowance for on-call duties
  • Retail/leisure/travel offer & discount schemes
  • Health and lifestyle support; occupational health services (including physiotherapy), discounted gym memberships & discounted complementary therapies
  • Mental health and wellbeing support; EAP & additional counselling services
  • Reward and recognition schemes, including for long service & professional achievement
  • Salary sacrifice schemes including cycle-to-work & season ticket loans
  • Working carers support policy
  • Subsidised meals & snacks on-duty
  • Organisation-wide staff networks & events celebrating DE&I
  • Flexible retirement & pre-retirement support
  • And more!

 



*(dependent on service needs)