Chase Resourcing are delighted to announce that we are recruiting for a Graduate Pharmacy Technician for our client in County Kerry, Ireland to work on a part time basis.
The Pharmacy Technician will play a key role in the management and development of a stock control system.
Main Accountabilities – Management
Lead and Implement change to reach the highest standard of excellence in stock management.
Ensure the delivery of the highest standards in pharmacy.
Implement sound systems which allow for efficient and effective management of pharmacy.
Contribute to the maintenance of a safe environment in accordance with Health and Safety Policy.
Take responsibility for communicating to staff, liaising with other members of the multidisciplinary team through meeting, e-mails and telephone and communication to all stakeholders as required.
Act as a champion for all management of pharmacy.
Oversee in the ordering of stock, and responsibility for safe administration of drugs and ensure that all errors are reported and investigated without delay.
Dispensing in an efficient and precise manner and ensuring all regulations in dispensary are adhered to.
Accurately and efficiently preparing orders.
information and monitoring and of stock system.
Ensuring that regular audit of stock is in place and take remedial action when quality expectations are not met.
Responsible for maintaining own professional development and update, attending courses and study days as deemed necessary.
Maintain records and manage data in accordance with the mandatory legal requirements, ensuring confidentiality is maintained at all times.
Work in line with national guidelines.
Maintain professional standards in relation to confidentiality, ethics and legislation
Nature of Work
The post holder will lead and develop SouthDoc in quality assurance and compliance throughout the service. The post holder must also ensure adherence to all South Doc programmes, policies and procedures.
The Pharmacy Technician will ensure that an ongoing programme for SouthDoc improvement initiatives are developed, implemented and managed within the clinical pharmacy function. Staff will be continuously updated and advised of these changing priorities and implications. The post holder will have influence on the management and investment of a significant resource budget. All expenditure will be monitored for effective utilisation of internal or external resources.
The Pharmacy Technician will have overall responsibility for the smooth operation of the pharmacy service. The Pharmacy Technician will meet the Quality and Compliance Leader on a weekly basis and will be in regular communication through standards development, informal progress meetings, written reports, general discussions etc.
Scope of resources
Manage the provision and operation of the SouthDoc service.
Ensure the effective utilisation of the SouthDoc budget;
Person specification – Post Holder Attributes, Qualities & Education
The post holder for the Pharmacy Technician role will have:
A professional qualification as qualified pharmacy technician.
Previous experience with an automated dispensing systems ideal but not essential.
Excellent organisational and time management skills schedule all aspects of the pharmacy supply and demand.
Excellent communication skills so as to communicate effectively.
Ability to make decisions and problem solve in a timely and efficient manner.
Ability to work as part of a team or individually in a fast-paced environment.
Proficient in Word, Excel, email, etc. A flexible approach to attendance on duty
Attention to detail.
Decision making ability.
Working on their own initiative
If you are interested in applying for this role please send a copy of your CV to email@example.com for review.