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VACANT POSITIONS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE – MINISTRY OF HEALTH (UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE PROGRAMME)

The Public Service Commission (PSC) in conjuction with the Ministry of Health is pleased to announce to the general public the recruitment of the following health care workers drawn from nine (9) cadres of health personnel on three (3) years contract based on identified needs in the two levels of government.

Terms of Service:   Three (3) years Contract

Remuneration Package (Consolidated package):

 Diploma Holders – Ksh.50,000

Certificate Holders – Ksh.40,000

PHARMACEUTICAL     TECHNOLOGIST     III–      TWO      HUNDRED     (200)     POSTS V/NO.20/2020

(CSG12)

 Qualifications

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have a: –

  • Diploma in either Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Technology or equivalent qualification approved by the Pharmacy and Poisons Board from a recognized institution; and
  • Certificate of enrollment as a Pharmaceutical Technologist awarded by the Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB)

Responsibilities

 This is an entry and training grade for this cadre. At this level, an officer is expected to be guided to provide pharmaceutical services in a National and County hospitals. The officer will also be expected to work in pharmaceutical services in a district hospital in the absence of a pharmacist or be in the line assistant to the pharmacist. Duties and responsibilities will include:

  • compounding and dispensing medicine, supervision of Pharmaceutical Technologists and other staff under him;
  • an officer who has been trained in Pharmaceutical analysis and has successfully completed such a course may be assigned drugs quality control duties;
  • In a medical training institution, work involves training, counselling and guiding students; and
  • participating in curriculum development, implementation and evaluation of training programmes, student recruitment and induction

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