Job Vacancy:

Pharmacist In-Charge

Position: Part Time, 32 hours per fortnight
Job Code: Pharmacist
Employer: Maryborough District Health Service
Salary: As per Award
Closing application date: 15/10/2017

Job Description

The Maryborough District Health Service provides acute, dental, aged care and primary care services over three campuses. It is one of the largest employers in the region. Maryborough is a great place to live or an easy commuting distance from the larger cities of Bendigo and Ballarat.

An exciting opportunity exists for an AHPRA registered pharmacist seeking an in-charge part-time role that will include providing a clinical pharmacy service, promotion of medication safety, and the management of a pharmacy service in a progressive rural hospital.

The successful applicant will obtain the following:

  • Current AHPRA registration
  • Recent hospital Pharmacy experience
  • Skilled provision of clinical pharmacy services
  • Management experience and team leadership skills required

Applications are to include a covering letter, resume and response to the key selection criteria, and be submitted by selecting the “Apply Now” button below.
MDHS is an equal opportunity employer. Appointments are subject to a satisfactory National Police Check.


What’s in it for you?

  • Salary Packaging Available
  • Permanent Contract
  • Supportive Environment
  • Culture of Continuous Environment

Selection Criteria:

Key Selection Criteria

  • KSC1 – AHPRA registered Pharmacist
  • KSC2 – Recent hospital Pharmacy experience, including expertise in the provision of clinical pharmacy services
  • KSC3 – Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic plans in relation to service delivery, including facilitation of initiatives that respond to strategic priorities
  • KSC4 – Demonstrated understanding of relevant legislation, regulations, structures and processes
    and government policies relating to service delivery within the public sector
  • KSC 5 – Demonstrated fiscal responsibilities within a similar setting
  • KSC 6 – Understanding of the EQuIPNational Standards Accreditation Program and their application in a rural health setting
  • KSC 7 – Capacity to work in, and lead a team, as well as work autonomously when required
  • KSC 8 – Demonstrated effective leadership and management skills, including highly developed skills in communication and problem solving
  • KSC 9 – Management/administrative expertise
  • KSC 10 – Driver’s Licence and National Police Certificate

How to Apply

Via this website
Further Information:
Contact: Dayo Ayorinde, (03) 5461 0375