Do you have passion for supporting patients through their recovery process and working with a team to deliver the best patient journey?
Becoming a Pharmacist within our business will give you the opportunity to support the growth and success of the business by applying professional expertise in the supply of medicinal products. Working within the Clinical Logistics team and alongside our state of the art Aseptic Compounding Unit.
Our Pharmacists work within the Clinical Logistics team and play a critical part in supporting patient care by carrying out professional and clinical screening of all prescriptions to provide clear visibility of the patient’s adherence and persistence, resulting in improved outcomes.
As a Pharmacist you will support patients to optimise their treatments; providing patient counselling and advice and liaising with healthcare professionals in referring centres regarding their patients and the service provided by the business. You will oversee and perform final accuracy checking of the dispensing and supply of medicinal products, act as the Responsible Pharmacist when required and find solutions to operational issues such as the need to source and/or supply medicines urgently.
You will be joining at a ground-breaking time having the ability to work with new and upcoming treatments within our Private and Rare Disease sector.
Who are Sciensus and what do they do?
We’re proud to be the leading specialty pharmacy in Europe, providing healthcare solutions to patients with long term conditions, rare diseases and cancer. For 30 years, we’ve supported patients to access the life-changing treatment they need, in the comfort and convenience of their own homes across the UK and Europe. Today, we combine our clinical experience from over 70 million patient interactions with the latest technology to help over 200,000 patients a year make the most of their medicine.
So, using unparalleled insights, we connect with people powerfully and personally, focusing on their unique needs, empowering them to achieve their goals, and supporting them every step of the way.
Why would I work at Sciensus … the benefits?
We offer a fully comprehensive compensation package. This role works under a 40/60 hybrid working model. This is a Monday-Friday between the hours of 8am-6pm (8 hour Shifts), with only 1 in 12 weekends on call!
We have three values that underpin all our actions, these are not just statements these make our culture.
Equality, diversity and inclusion is embedded within our Values, processes and behaviours therefore fair treatment and inclusion is at the heart of the service we deliver to meet the needs of our diverse patients.
This all sounds great - What key skills do I need to apply:
- Undergraduate Degree in Pharmacy (MPharm or equivalent)
- Proven experience working as a Pharmacist in a community or hospital environment
- Exceptional communication skills including active listening, questioning and demonstrating interpersonal sensitivity
- Exceptional data analytical skills, with a proven record of finding solutions to trends found within the data