The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI) was established under the
Pharmacy Act 2007 as the pharmacy regulator. The PSI is an equal
The PSI is seeking to appoint four temporary positions in the following areas:
- Authorised Officers/Senior Pharmacists – Inspection & Enforcement Unit
Senior Pharmacists – Pharmacy Practice Development Unit
All positions are twelve month fixed term contracts subject to satisfactory completion of probation.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI) is the statutory regulator of pharmacists and pharmacies in the Republic of Ireland.
Authorised Officers/ Senior Pharmacists - Inspection & Enforcement Unit:
The purpose of these positions is to conduct inspections/investigations,
in line with the processes and procedures of the Inspection and
Enforcement Unit, the provisions of the Pharmacy Act 2007 and/or other
relevant legislation. The Authorised Officers will be responsible for
the conduct of pharmacy inspections and the preparation of inspection
reports that may lead to the taking of prosecutions, where appropriate.
Senior Pharmacists - Pharmacy Practice Development Unit:
The purpose of these positions is to support the work of the
PSI Council in improving the profession of pharmacy and to support and
fulfil the Council’s strategic objectives to continue to assure high
standards of patient care and good pharmacy practice in both community
and hospital pharmacy and to facilitate the development of pharmacy as a
profession in Ireland.
Experience in expanded services in pharmacy and/or experience in
hospital pharmacy is desirable for these positions.
Range: €59,427 - €66,089* per annum-incremental scale (Senior
Pharmacist, Health Sector Grade). All appointments will be made at the
first point of the salary scale.
*Salary scale in line with the Haddington Road Agreement.
persons appointed in both units will have a degree in pharmacy; three
years post registration/ post qualification experience, excellent
analytical, problem solving, communication and interpersonal skills. All
applicants will be considered for both units unless applicants specify a