Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Haematology | University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||22 August 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£51,383- £57,596 per annum inclusive|
|Closing date:||21 September 2019|
|Location:||London, NW1 2PG|
|Company:||University College London Hospital|
Senior Clinical Pharmacist - Haematology
Band 8a with EDC and High Cost Area Supplement
UCLH, in partnership with University College London, has been designated one of the country’s five comprehensive biomedical research centres and there is an on-site early phase cancer clinical trials unit.
The new UCLH Macmillan Cancer Centre opened in April 2012 and encompasses our busy outpatient clinics and daycare treatment facilities as well as our growing ambulatory chemotherapy practice.
The pharmacy cancer team is well integrated into the cancer directorate and provides a high-quality and progressive pharmacy service to cancer patients. Chemotherapy production services are delivered from a state of the art unit.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated pharmacist to help lead a lively, progressive and dynamic pharmacy team and provide leadership in delivering clinical pharmacy services to haematology patients.
Our ideal candidate will be:
• Interested in helping us develop and deliver our vision for a patient-focussed clinical pharmacy service
• Able to drive directorate and departmental clinical governance issues, clinical audit, practice research, service improvement projects and more
• Keen to further their career within cancer services and develop managerial skills
You will have a postgraduate qualification in clinical pharmacy and a strong background as a clinical pharmacist in a hospital setting, including a broad clinical experience in haematology and/or cancer services.
This advert closes on Thursday 29 Aug 2019
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