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 Pharmac

 Job Title

Therapeutic Group Manager

 Job Description / Details about position

How do you get the best value for money from the national budget for pharmaceuticals?

This, in a nutshell, is the critical question that PHARMAC's Therapeutic Group Managers seek to address from rigorous clinical, economic and commercial analysis of funding proposals to working effectively with clinicians and leading contract negotiations and development of business cases. It's all about making real improvements to the lives of New Zealanders and helping ensure health sector resources are used as effectively as possible. 

In this rewarding and challenging role you will be responsible for managing PHARMAC's funding activities within a range of therapeutic areas. This is a real opportunity to be at the core of PHARMAC's operations, influencing the practical intersect of evidence-based medicine, economics and commerce. 

Your high level of analytical ability and problem solving will be critical when presenting clear business cases derived from complex scientific/clinical data, non-financial information and financial data. Your ability to work with ease with clinicians and senior stakeholders will be essential to your success within this role. You may be currently working in a clinical role, health-related management or within the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to your pharmaceutical and/or health sector knowledge, you will bring proven project management and commercial negotiation abilities and be comfortable dealing with ambiguity. 

The role has a level of autonomy and applicants will need to be self-driven to manage time-pressured work but also need to work as part of a team. You will be part of the Pharmaceutical Funding team and supported to learn and succeed in our fast paced and dynamic workplace. We would aim to assign you to a therapeutic group you have some familiarity with. Take a look at the Our People area of our website to see the profile for one of our seniors 

PHARMAC is the government agency responsible for ensuring that New Zealanders have access to a wide range of affordable medicines.  As an international leader in pharmaceutical management PHARMAC makes a vital contribution to New Zealand's health outcomes. Our team combines experts in medicine, science, commerce, analysis, marketing and more. We're a small organisation (around 120 staff) where your expertise is respected. 

How to apply

To make an application, please apply here: 

If you would like more information about this opportunity Inside Executive Recruitment is handling this recruitment assignment on our behalf so for further information please contact Scott King, Senior Associate on +64 4 913 6949 or Scott@insiderecruitment.co.nz 

Closing date: Friday, 4th September 2019

 

HBDHB new 

Clinical Pharmacist

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi. Engari, he toa takitini.

Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.

Full-time, fixed-term for six months

80 hours per fortnight

We are seeking a Clinical Pharmacist to join our team at Hawke's Bay Hospital for a fixed-term position. We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated person, with excellent communication skills and relevant hospital pharmacy experience. You must be a New Zealand registered pharmacist.

This post offers a great opportunity for a pharmacist to consolidate their clinical knowledge and skills within a supportive team and stimulating environment.

Your responsibilities will include the delivery of pharmaceutical care and advice to inpatients, as well as guidance and support to nursing and medical staff. You will help in the improvement and development of pharmacy services to various wards, in the development of protocols and guidelines to facilitate best practice and appropriate medicine usage and you will provide support to the team, through professional and clinical leadership and training to intern pharmacists and undergraduates.

The pharmacy team is committed to continuing professional development and the provision of opportunities for further study.

For further information on this position please contact:

Claire Fraser, Hospital Pharmacy Manager

Ph: 06 878 8109 ext 2625

Email:  claire.fraser@hawkesbaydhb.govt.nz 

To make an application and view the Position Profile please visit our web site:  http://www.hawkesbay.health.nz

 

 

 Hutt Valley DHB

Clinical Pharmacist

Our department is changing and we are looking for new team members to help us move forward.

We have full-time and fixed-term positions available for experienced Clinical Pharmacists.

As a pharmacy department, we have a strong clinical presence across all areas of the hospital and linkages into our local community. We provide a comprehensive range of pharmaceutical care and extended roles to a variety of clinical areas.

Is this you?

·      Love working as part of a multidisciplinary team 

·      Can confidently participate in ward rounds 

·      Able to do medicines reconciliation 

·      Can provide discharge counselling, dispensary services, and mentoring, and promote the safe and quality use of medicines 

·      Has a current APC and at least three years of clinical experience 

What's on offer? 

·      A supportive workplace culture with a commitment to your on-going professional development 

·      Comprehensive orientation programme 

·      Training and study opportunities 

·      Fun team environment with outstanding peer support 

·      Subsidised parking right outside the door! 

Staff benefits include our newly developed staff 'Wellness Program', discounts from many companies throughout the region, and use of our onsite gym. 

How to apply 

Please complete an online HVDHB application form available through our careers website: http://www.healthyjobs.co.nz/

To find out more please email Katrina Tandecki, Chief Pharmacist, at katrina.tandecki@huttvalleydhb.org.nz and indicate the vacancy number 9112058A-19 and job title in the subject line.

 Closing date: Monday, 30 September 2019