Pharmacist Assistant Grade 1 To 2 (basic) 3 Posts

Directorate: Pharmacy Services, Cape Medical Depot
SALARY : Grade 1: R108 240 per annum Grade 2: R146 688 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, Cape Town
CLOSING DATE : 08 September 2017

Minimum educational qualification: Grade 1: Senior Certificate with Mathematics as a passed subject (Certified proof of Senior Certificate).
Grade 2: Basic Pharmacist Assistant qualification that allows registration with the SAPC as a Pharmacist Assistant (Basic) (Warehousing/Wholesale).
Registration with a professional council: Grade 1: Registration with the South African Pharmacy 114 Council (SAPC) to study towards a basic Pharmacist Assistant (Basic) (Warehousing/Wholesale).
Inherent requirements of the job: Physical ability to pick and remove heavy boxes.
Competencies (knowledge/skills): Knowledge of Drug Supply Management Principles.
Good knowledge of wholesale warehouse practices and procedures.
Good numeric skills, meticulous and attention to detail.
Proficiency in at least two of three official languages of Western Cape.
Note: No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.
All short listed candidates may undergo a technical competency test.
Candidates registered in Appointments will be done on probation until the registration certified in the required category is obtained.
Failure to comply will lead to the termination of services in the cases of those appointed from outside the public service.
In the case of serving employees, the employee will return to his/her previous post.
Note: Candidates who are not in possession of the stipulated registration requirements, may also apply.
Such candidates will only be considered for appointment on condition that proof of application for registration to register with the relevant council and proof of payment of the prescribed registration fees to the relevant council are submitted with their job application/on appointment.
This concession is only applicable on health professionals who apply for the first time for registration in a specific category with the relevant council (including individuals who must apply for change in registration .

(key result areas/outputs): Effective booking in of received pharmaceutical products from suppliers.
Effective control of pharmaceutical stock.
Issuing of stock against orders from health facilities.
Efficient and secure packaging of pharmaceutical products for delivery.
Effective control and distribution of completed pharmaceutical orders to facilities.
Compliance with good pharmacy practice and good warehouse practice.

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