Job Code: 571104
Employer: Monash University
Salary: $95,297 - $113,166 pa Level B (plus 9.5% employer superannuation)
Closing application date: 28/01/2018
The Intern Foundation Program Lead is expected to lead and manage the delivery of the Intern Foundation Program (IFP). The IFP seeks to enhance the employability of students through provision of practical industry experience across hospital and community pharmacy practice and is a core component of the final year of the newly launched BPharm(Hons)/MPharm degree. The Lead is expected to make significant contributions to this key teaching effort by applying knowledge and experience from the incumbent’s time in practice. This position is instrumental in promoting and growing the IFP, and identifying opportunities for continuous improvement in program delivery.
As the ideal candidate, you will be required to possess a high level of insight into the training needs of pharmacy interns, as well as experience as a pharmacist, preferably working with interns in a practice environment. You will display initiative and an innovative approach in relation to the continuous improvement of intern training, recommending and implementing change, and planning work priorities. A key requirement of the role is a commitment to the team-based environment of EDGE and the development of good working relationships with practicing pharmacists. You must be a registered Pharmacist to be considered for this position.
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Please see the Position Description for the Key Selection Criteria for this role.
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