• Part Time
  • London NW3
  • 21.81 £ / Hour

Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

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Job type

  • Part-time


London NW3

Full job description

As a Pharmacist, you will be responsible for the provision of exceptional professional pharmacy services. The focus of your role will be to act as Responsible Pharmacist, provide support to the Senior Pharmacist, the rest of the pharmacy team and support the development of the business. You will help in ensuring a high quality patient and customer experience is maintained.

The post holder will be part of a high performing team that is expected to demonstrate behaviours that promote the outpatient pharmacies and Royal Free London values. This means that in undertaking this role the post holder is expected at all times to behave in a way that demonstrates commitment to the delivery of respectful and compassionate care across all sites.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Clinical Responsibilities
  • Responsible for Patient
  • Responsibility for policy and service development
  • Responsibility for financial and physical resources
  • Responsibility for leading and managing
  • Responsibility for information resources
  • Responsibility for research and development
  • Educational responsibilities
  • Professional responsibilities
  • Additional duties/responsibilities as assigned

Conflict of Interest
The Trust is responsible for ensuring that the services for patients in its care meet the highest standards. Equally, it is responsible for ensuring that staff do not abuse their official position, to gain or benefit themselves, their family or friends.

Equality and Diversity
The Trust values equality and diversity in employment and in the services we provide. It is committed to promoting equality and diversity in employment and will keep under review our policies and procedures to ensure that the job related needs of all staff working in the Trust are recognised. The Trust aims to ensure that all job applicants, employees or clients are treated fairly and valued equally regardless of sex, marital status, domestic circumstances, age, race, colour, disablement, ethnic or national origin, social background or employment status, sexual orientation, religion, beliefs, HIV status, gender reassignment, political affiliation or trade union membership. Selection for training and development and promotion will be on the basis of the individual’s ability to meet the requirements for the job.

You are responsible for ensuring that the Trust’s policies, procedures and
obligation in respect of promoting equality and diversity are adhered to in
relation to both staff and services.

No Smoking
The Trust implemented a No Smoking Policy, which applies to all staff. Staff
contravening this policy will be subject to disciplinary procedures.

Job Descriptions for both the Band 6 and Band 7 positions are attached and long with the Personal Specifications for you to review.

If you are successful at being shortlisted you will be invited to interview and assessed for the relevant grade offered.

As part of our continued response to COVID19, we are closely following Department of Health and Social Care’s (DHSC) guidance and the government’s proposals for new mandatory COVID-19 vaccination legislation. This means that full COVID19 vaccination will be a condition of employment in all NHS roles which have face-to-face contact with patients and service users from 1 April 2022 unless exempt. This also means that by 3 February 2022 all such staff will need to have had their first COVID19 vaccination. We expect the need to be vaccinated to apply to the vast majority of roles, although this may not be a requirement in some limited, exceptional circumstances. Should your role be identified as being within the scope of the legislation, you will be required to provide evidence of your vaccination status (or a legitimate exemption from these requirements) as a condition of your employment.

To apply for this job please visit www.royalfree.nhs.uk.