• Reference Number : refs/020667
  • Directorate : PHARMACY
  • Number of Posts : 1
  • Package : Grade 1 R 804 609.00. Grade 2 R 869 796.00. Grade 3 R949 146.00 (All- package inclusive)
  • Enquiries : Mr. Blessing Mohale Tel No: (012) 529 3680

Requirements : Grade 12. Bachelor of Pharmacy degree (B. Pharm). Proof of Registration with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) as a Pharmacist. Show the ability to act with tact and discretion. Demonstrate good written and communication skills, Communication skills, good interpersonal skills, Administrative skills, computer skills, record keeping skills, research/data collection and analytical skills, teamwork skills, time management skills, problem solving skills, decision-making skills, planning, organizing and leadership skills. Be self -motivated. Grade 1 No experience after Basic qualification accredited with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) that allows registration with the SAPC as Pharmacist. Grade 2 A minimum of five (5) years appropriate experience after registration as a Pharmacist with the SAPC. Grade 3 A Minimum of thirteen (13) years appropriate experience after registration with as a Pharmacist with the SAPC.

Duties : Understanding and complying with all relevant legislations and policies to provide a quality cost effective service, including HR and Treasury regulations and policies. Observing all Batho Pele principles and adherence to six ministerial priorities. Dispensing of medicine and ensuring adherence to the dispensing standards as set out in the good Pharmacy Practices (GPP). Doing prescriptions audits. Ensuring rational medicine use; ADR reporting and promoting antimicrobial stewardship. Ensuring adherence to the hospital medicine formulary, standard Treatment Guidelines (STGs). Ensuring medicines availability in the institution. Determining and ensuring maximum stock levels in the wards. Monitor stock levels in the wards. Doing ward inventory management, Ensuring Stock control and management in the institution. Ensuring reduction of expired stock. Ensuring that pre-packing, and compounding is performed in accordance with relevant Regulation. Ensuring records keeping, documentation and reporting. Participating in the monitoring and evaluation teams. Involving with projects and programmes as identified in the pharmacy. Willingness to tutor pharmacist interns and pharmacist assistant learners. Willingness and involvement in clinical trials as and when a need arises. Willingness to work at the service points where you are needed the most and at the time when you are needed the most. Willingness to deliver medicines to PHC clinics as and when a need arises. Willingness and readiness to perform overtime as and when a need arises. Supervising and managing subordinates.

Notes : Applicants are not required to submit copies of qualifications and other relevant documents on application but must submit the completed CV and new updated Z83 form obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at Received applications using the incorrect application for employment (old Z83) will not be considered. Each application for employment must be fully completed, initialled, and signed by the applicant. Failure to complete will lead to disqualification during the selection process. Section A, B, C and D must be completed in full. Section E, F and G: Noting that there’s a limited space provided applicants often indicate “refer to Curriculum Vitae (CV) or see attached”, this is acceptable if the CV has been attached and provides the required information. The question that relates to conditions that prevents re-appointment under part F must be answered. Declaration must be completed and signed). Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified copies of qualifications and other relevant documents on or before the day of the interview. Please ensure that the specific reference number is quoted correctly. Applications can be delivered to: Dr. George Mukhari Academic Hospital, 3111 Setlogelo Drive, Ga-Rankuwa, 0208: ABT 6 (ABT Hospital) or posted to: Dr. George Mukhari Academic Hospital, Private Bag X422, Pretoria 0001. Due to technical problems with GPG vacancy website that the institution is consistently faced with, applicants are encouraged to apply using any of the above methods. Correspondence will be entered with shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The employer reserves the right to fill this position. It is legislative requirement that all newly appointed staff members be subjected to Personnel Suitability Check (PSC) – Verification, upon appointment within the department. This verification processes entails reference checks, identity verification, qualification verification, criminal records checks. Successful candidates will be subjected to OHS medical surveillance as required by HBA regulations within OHS Act 85 of 1993.

Employer : Department of Health


Closing Date : 14-06-2024

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