Full Time Principal Pharmacist – Medicines Safety Officer Required- Apply now

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Job Details

  • Posting Date: 25 June 2024
  • Salary: £58,972.00 to £68,525.00 per year
  • Additional Salary Information: £58,972.00 – £68,525.00 a year
  • Hours: Full time
  • Closing Date: 09 July 2024
  • Location: Liverpool, L78YA
  • Company: NHS Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Job Reference: C9158-24-0177

Job Summary

Key Responsibilities

As the Principal Pharmacist and Medicines Safety Officer, you will:

  • Develop and Implement Safety Processes: Ensure the safe and secure storage of medicines across all hospital areas. Collaborate with Clinical Services Leads to establish and maintain high standards of pharmaceutical care.
  • Lead Investigations: Oversee and participate in investigations related to medication errors, trends, and incidents. Provide comprehensive action plans to drive continuous improvement.
  • Interpret and Embed Safety Practices: Apply national and local safety guidelines, such as safety alerts, to ensure compliance with best practices.
  • Expertise in Electronic Prescribing: Offer your expertise to ensure the safe development and implementation of electronic prescribing systems within the Trust.
  • Medicines Safety Officer Duties: Act as the Medicines Safety Officer for the Trust. Chair the Medicines Safety Group subcommittee of Drug and Therapeutics, and collaborate with the local NW MSO group to adopt and implement best practices.

Team and Network

Join a dynamic pharmacy team with strong connections to medical and nursing colleagues, BOPA, and LJMU. We are dedicated to delivering excellent cancer care and seek applicants who share our values and commitment.

Our Values

  • Putting People First: Prioritizing patient care and safety.
  • Achieving Excellence: Striving for the highest standards in all we do.
  • Passionate About What We Do: Bringing enthusiasm and dedication to our work.
  • Always Improving Our Care: Continuously seeking ways to enhance patient care.
  • Looking to the Future: Embracing innovation and forward-thinking practices.

Application Process

If you are ready to take on this challenging and rewarding role, we encourage you to apply. For informal inquiries, please contact Tori Young (Director of Pharmacy) at 0151 318 8713.

Apply for this job to join a team committed to excellence in cancer care and medication safety.

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