Pharmacy Tech PCRS – Dublin 11

Temporary // DublinSalary: N/A

Description:

Cpl Healthcare are currently accepting applications on behalf of their client for a number of qualified basic grade Pharmacy Technicians to work as part of a busy Primary Care Reimbursement Service

These temporary agency opportunities will be offered for an initial period of 3 months with a possibility to continuing. The Primary Care Reimbursement Service supports the delivery of primary healthcare by providing reimbursement services to primary care contractors for the provision of health services to members of the public in their own community.

 Core Responsibilities

  • Processing and analysing new medicinal product applications (new chemical entities, generic medicines, biosimilars, parallel imports etc.).
  • Receipt and management of Product Discontinuation Notifications.
  • Receipt and management of Product Shortages Notifications.
  • Co-operate with other PCRS functions (e.g. Drugs Unit, Finance, Operations) to ensure appropriate reimbursement (including governance and reporting) arrangements are in place for all medicines.
  • Work with other government agencies and departments to assist in the provision of robust national governance arrangements around medicines pricing and reimbursement.
  • Preparation of reports

 Specific Requirements

  • A pharmacy Technician Qualification is required.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • 2 years’ plus experience in a related post is required

All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence.

To apply for this vacancy or for further information please contact Stephen on 01 4825424 or forward your updated CV to stephen.copeland@cplhealthcare.com

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JO-1705-353187
Locations:
Dublin
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Employment type:
Temporary;
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Dublin,Dublin 11,HSE,PCRS,Permanent,Pharmacy Technician

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