Pharmacy Department staffing (FOI)
Pharmacy Department staffing (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 13 February 2017.
I am hoping that you are able to assist with an urgent freedom of information request. Please provide me with the following information relating to staffing within the pharmacy department (all areas including: dispensary, clinical, aseptics, clinical trials and MI).
How many permanent staff are employed by the pharmacy department?
How many permanent vacancies are currently open / unfilled within the pharmacy department?
How many agency staff / locums are currently being used across the pharmacy department?
How many bank temps are being used across the pharmacy department?
During the 2015 to 2016 financial year, how much did the pharmacy department spend on temporary agency staff?
During the 2015 to 2016 financial year, how much did the pharmacy department spend on temporary bank staff?
During the 2015 to 2016 financial year, how much did the pharmacy department spend on permanent finders / introduction fees through recruitment agencies?
Does the pharmacy department utilise frameworks for temporary staffing? If so, which framework is of choice?
Does the pharmacy department book agency staff direct with agencies or do all bookings run through a centralised temporary staffing team?
Does the pharmacy department work within a master vendor agreement or managed service agreement?
Which agencies does the pharmacy department use for temporary / locum staff?
Please provide me with the following contact names within the authority:
- the senior manager (Chief Pharmacist / Director of Pharmacy) with overall responsibility for the pharmacy department
- the head of temporary staffing
30.74 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) currently employed.
One locum working within the pharmacy department.
For 2016, £23,044 was spent on temporary pharmacy staff.
The financial year in Jersey is different to the UK 2015 to 2016 financial year.
None for 2016.
None for 2016.
We are guided by the framework for Allied Healthcare Professionals used by the NHS.
Directly with agencies.
Asprey Medical Services, Total Assist, Atlantis Medical, Rig Healthcare, Sensible Staffing
There is no head of temporary staffing.