Job Vacancy:

Supervisory Pharmacist, Production

Position: Full time
Employer: Tasmanian Health Service
Salary: $101,858 - $108,496
Closing application date: 07/12/2018

Job Description

Permanent position
Full-time (notwithstanding hours may be negotiated with the successful applicant)
RDO roster available
Weekend work: Occasional
On-call work: Occasional

The successful applicant will be responsible for providing professional leadership, direction, coordination and supervision in the area of manufacturing services for the Launceston General Hospital (LGH) and its clients.

The successful applicant will work closely with the Clinical Trials and Oncology teams to manage the supply and production aspects of medications and ensure all requirements are observed.

The incumbent will actively participate in multi-disciplinary teams, providing sound advice and fostering a positive image of the pharmacy service and provide professional advice and consultancy services to other disciplines and the public.

Enthusiastic Pharmacists looking to actively participate to the contribution of the statewide service delivery functions of Statewide Hospital Pharmacy Operations should apply.

Benefits:

Salary packaging is available.

RDO roster in place.

Flexible work / life balance.

Relocation assistance and / or temporary accommodation may be provided to the successful applicant.

Commitment to ongoing professional development.

Selection Criteria:

Entitled to be granted registration by the Pharmacy Board of Australia.
Only applications containing claims against the selection criteria will be considered:-
• Extensive hospital pharmacy experience, including 3 years’ experience in hospital pharmacy manufacturing.
• Demonstrated high level of interpersonal, communication, negotiation and conflict resolution skills, including the ability to lead, supervise and liaise with staff and other health professionals.
• Professional qualification or equivalent level of recognised professional competency or a commitment to working towards a qualification or level of competency which supports this specialist position.
• Knowledge and practical experience in the application of Pharmacy Department policies and procedures including State regulations, professional practice guidelines and the Code of Good Manufacturing Practice that applies to dispensary and manufacturing services.
• Demonstrated organisational and business skills with the ability to analyse needs, implement plans and prioritise within a strategic framework.
• Knowledge and understanding of accreditation procedures, quality improvement processes and risk management strategies relating to the dispensary and manufacturing services.

How to Apply

Via this website
Further Information:
Contact: Tom Simpson, Executive Director Statewide Hospital Pharmacy Operations 03 6166 8451