At Cleveland Clinic Health System, we believe in a better future for healthcare. And each of us is responsible for honoring our commitment to excellence, pushing the boundaries and transforming the patient experience, every day.
We all have the power to help, heal and change lives — beginning with our own. That’s the power of the Cleveland Clinic Health System team, and The Power of Every One.
Hours: 37.5 P/W - Full-Time (Rostered)
Location: 33 Grosvenor Place, London, SW1X 7HY
Who are we?
As a world-recognized center of clinical excellence and research, we are one of the leading providers of specialized medical care in the world, focused on providing clinical excellence and superior patient outcomes. With over 100 years of research and expertise behind us, we are now bringing our knowledge and unique model of care to London, opening our first Outpatient Centre in 2021 and 184 bedded, state-of-the-art, hospital in early 2022. At Cleveland Clinic, we are always striving to learn and innovate. Nowhere is this more apparent than through our focus on research and education. As a multispecialty academic medical center, we integrate clinical and hospital care with research and education and are proud to manage the world’s largest continuing medical education programs.
What Are We Looking For?
We are recruiting for Pharmacy Assistant/ATO's to join our Pharmacy team at Cleveland Clinic London. This is an exciting opportunity which will allow you to develop your skills and experience in an acute and unique environment.
You will work in varied areas of the hospital. Your duties will include various technical tasks, such as participating in the day to day dispensing work and help dispensary technicians to achieve all the daily goals, pharmacy housekeeping, such as dealing with phone calls and deal with the inquiries and other non-technical tasks. You will work under the direction of Pharmacy Technicians & Pharmacists following all written procedures. In this role it is important to develop and maintain strong working relationships with other caregivers on the wards/theatres and answer/direct any queries to appropriate member of staff within the pharmacy team. You will also be playing important role in Aseptic services provided by CCL pharmacy.
What We Need From You:
You will have GCSE or equivalent and an NVQ Level 2 in Pharmacy services (or be willing to work towards it). Naturally you will have good verbal and written communication skills as well as good numerical skills. It will be important that you are able to keep accurate records.
Ideally you will have previous experience working as a pharmacy assistant or experience working in a Hospital and/or pharmacy environment – however this is not essential.
What We Can Offer You?
We are offering an array of benefits to compliment working for a not-for-profit market leader, some of our benefits include:
25 days Annual leave plus 8 days Bank holiday a year
Auto-Enrolment of 5% pension - Cleveland contribute 10% through Salary Exchange
Private Medical Insurance and Private Dental Insurance
Discounted gym facilities in our Admin Office Building
Employee Assistance Program
Seasonal Ticket Loans
Please See Important Information Below:
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order (as amended) and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
“Let’s deliver World Class care together!”
As an equal opportunities employer, we aspire to work together to promote a more inclusive work environment, which represents our commitment to celebrate diversity.
CCL is committed to applying its Equal Employment Opportunity/Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Policy at all stages of recruitment and privileging. Shortlisting, interviewing and selection will always be carried out without regard to any Protected Characteristics. When aware of the need to do so and when required, CCL will make reasonable adjustments to its arrangements for interviews and to conditions of employment/engagement for disabled applicants to ensure, so far as practicable, that they do not place such applicants at a substantial disadvantage in comparison to non-disabled applicants.