Senior Pharmacy Technician Visa Sponsorship Uk

May 29, 2024
£35.4 - £42.6 / year

Job Description




The Conversation Build good working connections with service leads, college providers, Practice Supervisors, and Educational Supervisors to help students and supervisors communicate and get help in the field. To arrange training with the Supply Services team and make sure that trainees have the help they need. To give all trainee groups helpful comments and help them find ways to get around problems. To give trainees accurate and helpful feedback on their progress and, if needed, ways to get around problems.

To listen and feel sorry for trainees who are having a hard time at work or at home. To help trainees and either find possible answers to their problems or point them in the direction of other departments (for example, Occupational Health or Staff Counselling). To make training and support packages that are specifically designed to help each person. To bring issues to the attention of the Lead Pharmacy Technician and Lead Pharmacist, Education and Training, so that trainees can get more help when they need it.

To go to meetings of the education and training departments to talk about important educational problems and new information. Talk to other senior pharmacy staff about how to provide services and teach students. Keep your working relationships with school partners, professional groups, and other outside groups positive. Build professional networks with people in both school and practice.

Help and give skilled advice to staff on the team and throughout the Trust. To co-chair the Technician, Assistant, and Apprentice Accreditation Meeting (TAAAM) and lead it when needed. If you need to, work with the office manager to make the written agenda and minutes. To go to the PTPT LFG meeting when it’s needed and help the Lead Education and Training Pharmacy Technician.

How to Deliver and Improve Services Clinical Work: When it’s necessary, do clinical work to keep your knowledge, skills, and clinical credibility up to date. This includes setting and meeting high standards of practice and clinical experience in the pharmaceutical services you provide. After finishing the National Accreditation Accredited Checking Technician course, do the final accuracy check on things that were dispensed from clinically screened prescriptions. Take part in the ward drugs optimisation service to keep your skills up to date. As an obvious role model, work with staff in clinical practice as needed to meet the agreed-upon clinical and operational obligations.

How to Learn and Train To constantly check the quality of the training given to Pharmacy Assistants, including PTPTs/IPTPTs and Pharmacy Technicians when needed, and make changes to the training plan as needed. To let the Local Faculty Group (LFG) and the Technician, Assistant, and Apprentice Accreditation Meeting (TAAAM) know about this if they need to know. With the help of senior pharmacy staff, review and keep up-to-date the learning plans for each group of pharmacy assistants. At first, the main focus of the job will be on helping and developing Pharmacy Assistants. However, as time goes on, the role may also include helping to run PTPT programmes and get Pharmacy Technicians certified.

As part of the Trust’s Apprenticeship team, to help with the changing hiring process for Pharmacy Assistants. To work with the Education and Training team in Aseptic Services to make sure that new skills for Aseptic Services are given. To help keep the Pharmacy Department’s Education and Development Strategy up to date. Create and update the Department of Education and Training’s policies and procedures, and make sure they are followed. Talk to all the right pros during the creation, approval, and review stages.

Give top educational colleagues advice on how to improve training and teaching programmes and look for ways to make learning more multidisciplinary and tech-enhanced. Share your thoughts on trust, local and regional policies, and the brand-new regional training courses. You can also share your ideas on how to make study days and events better to fit with the Trust and National Agenda. To get certified as an NVQ examiner and help with End Point Assessments for credentials. To decide whether someone passes or fails based on local and national standards, as well as to give candidates constructive comments when they don’t meet the standards.

Be in charge of making, updating, and reviewing laws about education. To help the Pharmacy Technician in Charge of Education and Training keep the key module handbook up to date and to fill out paperwork for in-house certifications and modules. Management and growth of people Along with the qualification provider, they will be in charge of running NVQ training courses for the pharmacy assistants in their areas. To make sure that all of UHSussex’s sites work together to give all Pharmacy Assistants the same chances and training standards.

To help the trust hire Pharmacy Assistants who will be starting soon. Along with the qualification source, they will be in charge of helping new level 2 trainees get started with their training. For the people you become a line manager for, to oversee the online Healthroster system and make sure that accurate records of sick days and vacations are kept. Take the lead and communicate with the knowledge provider(s) in charge. Also, help and give comments to students who are working towards this qualification.

To be able to help people who have neurodiversity. To talk with them about what they’ve learned from school or past jobs. So that we can talk about their needs and make plans to help them grow and succeed. Make sure that all of the drugstore staff has the right help while they are training.

If there are any worries about not getting enough help, they should talk to the right people. To be the person that trainees can talk to about their questions and get help from staff who are teaching them. To review and update staff training packs with the help of department heads. Keeping in mind that SOPs can change from department to department and that regulations and best practices must also change.

Do what PTPTs, IPTPTs, and other staff need you to do as an Educational Supervisor (ES), Practice Supervisor (PS), and Expert Witness (EW). To help and keep an eye on the Educational Supervisors/Practice Supervisors who work with pharmacy assistants and other students. To be in charge of making sure that Pharmacy Assistants have educational opportunities, such as basic knowledge training, skills training on the job, and other training opportunities that are useful and fit the needs of the trainee group. Along with the assistant’s educational boss and practice supervisors, figure out if the assistant is behind on departmental training.

Working with the trainee to figure out what might be causing problems, what solutions are possible, and how to set goals based on those solutions. To make changes to educational plans as needed to make sure that training and education go smoothly. To stay in touch with department heads all the time to find out where hiring or workload issues are causing problems and how to fix them so that they don’t affect training and education. To make changes to educational plans as needed to make sure that training and education go smoothly.

Make sure that the requirements for assessment are met; give qualified and trainee workplace assessors and verifiers information and help. To help organisation and assignment of ES to trainees in the area. To be in charge of getting ready for the practice assessments for the level 2 EPA. To help with the assessment process and, if needed, act as a monitor during the evaluations.

In order to help with departmental medicine optimisation or ACPT assessments, as needed, as an EPA tester or invigilator. To help with the onboarding process and training for Pharmacy workers, such as Trainee Pharmacists, PTPTs, and new employees who have just graduated. To show that you are dedicated to ongoing professional growth and keep your portfolio of evidence up to date in order to meet GPhC requirements. Equality, diversity, and welcoming everyone At UHSussex, respect and inclusion are very important to us, and we are dedicated to diversity and equality.

This means being polite with coworkers and patients, making sure everyone feels welcome and included, respecting people from different backgrounds and experiences, and speaking out against unfair treatment. Our True North Goal is to make sure that all of our staff members feel safe, supported, included, and respected. This will lead to better care and outcomes for our patients. Anyone on staff is required to tell their boss about any actions that go against this. To find out everything, please read the Job Description and Person Specification.

Information for applicants in general Because we want to make sure everyone is safe at work, we do a Disclosure and Barring Service check on all new hires whose job includes a criminal record check. We make deals that follow the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1975. People who meet the requirements set by Visas and Immigration can apply to be sponsored as a skilled worker.You can find out more by going to and looking for “Skilled Worker.” For this job, please apply as soon as you can.

If there is a lot of interest, we may end ads before they’re supposed to. It is possible for UHSussex to close the job early if we get a lot of offers. For More Information Email the Resourcing Team at for help with the application process for non-medical jobs only.