Job Vacancy:

Medication System Support Pharmacist

Position: Full Time
Job Code: GBB000013
Employer: ACT Health Directorate
Salary: $112,334 - $120,933
Closing application date: 13/09/2019

Job Description

ACT Health
Corporate Services Group
Digital Solutions Division
Future Capability and Governance
Medication System Support Pharmacist
Pharmacist Level 4
Salary Range: $112,334 – $120,933 (PN: 44637)

The Digital Solutions Division (DSD) is led by the Chief Information Officer (CIO) who provides high-level leadership, management and strategic advice in relation to performance reporting and technology capabilities across the ACT public health system. The Digital Solutions Division is responsible for:

  • The implementation and support of the Digital Health Strategy,
  • Management of technology services and projects,
  • The development and implementation of a performance reporting framework,
  • Statutory and intergovernmental reporting requirements,
  • Management of the relationship and services delivery by technology vendors including Shared Services ICT,
  • Development, implementation and maintenance of technology policies and procedures, and
  • Information management and information security.

We are seeking a Pharmacist to work with the Electronic Medication Management (EMM) project team to manage the clinical input required for EMM. It would be desirable if the successful applicant had proven experience in ICT related project work and understanding of medication relation ICT systems in a health environment and proven experience in Pharmacy system administration functions.

Note: This is a temporary position available immediately for 12 months. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.

How to Apply: For further information, please visit www.jobs.act.gov.au
Contact Officer: Peter Sing (02) 5124 9415 peter.sing@act.gov.au
Applications Close: 13 September 2019

How to Apply

Via this website
Further Information:
Contact: Peter Sing (02) 5124 9415