Directorate: Pharmacy Department
SALARY : R183 381.per annum plus benefits
CENTRE : Helen Joseph Hospital
REQUIREMENTS : Registration with SAPC as a Pharmacist Assistant (Post basic). Current proof
of valid registration with the SAPC as a Pharmacist assistant (Post Basic).
Less than five years’ registration with SAPC as Pharmacist Assistant (Post
Basic) Basic knowledge of communication and interpersonal skills. Basic
knowledge of pharmaceutical process, relevant legislation and policies, record
keeping and drug supply management, Work effectively in a team
DUTIES : The incumbent of the post will work under direct/indirect supervision of a
Issue medication to patients and wards as per prescription.
Distribution of stock to patients and wards. Repacking, informing patients on
the correct use of medicine. Receive, read and check prescription for legality,
authenticity and validity. Stock control which includes receiving issuing and
maintenance of stock, bulk compounding of stock in accordance with good
manufacturing practice and Standard Operating Procedures. Advice and
support patients and other health care professionals regarding pharmaceutical
issues. Perform any other duties delegated by Supervisor/Manager.
ENQUIRIES : Mrs. Mdunge, Tel no: (011) 489 0892 or Ms E Henning Tel No: (011) 489
APPLICATION : Applications must be submitted timeously via post or hand delivered to: Helen
Joseph Hospital: Human Resource Department, 1 Perth Road, Westdene,
Auckland Park, Johannesburg, 2092 The institution reserves the right not to
fill the post.
NOTE : Applicants must submit a duly completed Z83 form obtainable from any Public
Service Department. All applications must be accompanied by a
comprehensive CV (with names, addresses and contact numbers of three
referees), original certified copies of qualifications, identification documents
and proof of current SAPC registration.
Application without proof of necessary document will be disqualified. Electronic and email submissions will not be considered. The appointed employee will be subjected to an OHS Medical
Surveillance as required in the HBA regulation within the OHS Act 85 of 1993
CLOSING DATE : 17 November /2017