London Bridge Hospital – London
Permanent, full-time 37.5 hours per week
Salary - Competitive + Benefits (pension, health cover, flexible benefits and excellent career development).
If you are an internationally qualified pharmacists and would like to explore working for one of the lead private healthcare providers in the world, please scroll down to find out more!
This opportunity is aimed at:
Internationally based pharmacists who have recently received GPhC registration
EEA Qualified Pharmacists who have recently obtained a ‘recognition of qualification’ and in the process / completion of obtaining GPhC registration
Non-EEA Qualified Pharmacists who have completed OSPAP Course (Overseas Pharmacists’ Assessment Programme) and due to complete Foundation Year
The Role & Responsibilities
The Clinical Pharmacist is a key role, responsible for delivering a high standard of pharmaceutical services to meet the needs of our clients. The Clinical Pharmacist will act as a key member of the Pharmacy team, ensuring the safe and effective running of the pharmacy whilst always looking at ways to improve processes and the quality of the service provided.
The Clinical Pharmacist will provide a high level of service to all patients and will have the relevant skills and knowledge to deliver a safe pharmaceutical service to patients in a sensitive, confident and professional manner.
To provide clinical pharmacy services to inpatient wards including intensive care units providing relevant skills and knowledge to ensure the provision of an appropriate level of care to patients that is safe and delivered in a confident and professional manner.
To provide evidence-based medicines information on a pro-active basis and timely reactive manner following enquiries made by medical, clinical & non-clinical staff, patients and visitors.
To contribute to HCA Medicines Management framework ensuring the prescribing, procurement, receipt, stock control, security, supply, use of, safety and disposal of medicines are of the highest standard and are compliant with relevant policies, regulations and legislation.
To ensure that stock levels of medicines, medical gases and intravenous fluids are adequate to cover the hospital requirements and that stock is stored in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Skills & Experience
Completed GPhC Registration or at least in the process of completion.
English Level Requirement: IELTs (overall grade 7), OET (Overall B grade), practicing from a major English Language country or equivalent
Significant experience working as a qualified pharmacist
Additional post graduate clinical qualifications are ideal
If you are based outside of the UK, as part of your relocation, we will be offering you the below support:
Flight to the UK – up to £400
3 months free accommodation
Transport to your accommodation
£50 Supermarket Food Vouchers
1 Month free Travel Card
Visa Application costs
A ‘new home’ kit, including crockery, cutlery, basic toiletries and a food pack
Apart from a generous salary package and relocation package, as an HCA employee you will have access to the to the following benefits:
Critical Illness Cover
Subsidised Gymflex membership
GP Health Assessment
Private f2f / Digital GP services
Option to buy / sell holidays
Season Ticket Loan
Cycle to work scheme
Portland Maternity Services
Taste card and Gourmet Society Card
HCA Healthcare UK Overview:
We’re the world’s largest private and acute complex care hospital group with a network of well-established and highly respected UK hospitals, a number of which have been awarded “Outstanding” by the CQC. From complex care to straightforward procedures in adults, HCA UK provides exceptional care across our six world-class hospitals, clinics, outpatient and diagnostics centres, and NHS partnerships. We’re continuously at the forefront of innovations in patient care, which, investing more than £500 million over the last decade to ensure that our hospitals and specialist centres are amongst the best equipped in the world. This philosophy of continual investment ensures our employees have the best career development opportunities; as their skills advance alongside our facilities and technology. Our patients come from all over the world, and so do our people. We’re a diverse team with an open, welcoming culture. We’re proud of the multiculturalism of our teams and with just under 50% of our workforce coming from overseas, we understand and value the importance of international recruitment and the wealth of different experiences and mix of cultures that this brings to our established workforce.
We look forward to your application. Once received, one of our talent acquisition team will be in touch with you.