We are inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for the Pharmacist role within our client’s Port Elizabeth office.

Our client in the medical aid industry sought to employ a Registered Pharmacist.


  • Authorisation of chronic medication according to the Scheme’s protocols and formularies.
  • Assisting doctors, pharmacists and members with claim and authorisation related queries.
  • Previous experience in a managed healthcare environment is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of Drug Utilisation Reviews (DUR).
  • Retrospective review of chronic medication claims.
  • Drug formulary maintenance.
  • Processing CDL outpatient applications and claims.
  • provide clinical expertise within the organisation where required.
  • Disease Management Case identification and provide clinical support and guidance for disease management programmes.
  • Knowledge of Prescribed Minimum Benefits is an advantage.


  • Excellent MS Excel and data analytical ability is an advantage.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Outstanding time management and organisational skills.
  • Able to work both within a team and independently.
  • Make objective decisions.
  • Maintain confidentiality.


  • Self-motivation.
  • Resilience.
  • Take personal responsibility for developing excellence.
  • Portray a professional image.


  • B. Pharm Degree.
  • Registered with the SAPC.
  • Completed community service and internship.
  • Computer literate especially Microsoft Word and Excel.

Location: Port Elizabeth
Profile: Medical
Career level: 2 to 3 years
Employment: Permanent
EE / Non-EE: Equity AM and AF
Remuneration: Competitive basic monthly salary + medical aid, provident fund, 13th cheque.

NB: Your above average communication skills will open the door to an interview. If you are unable to articulate your abilities and “sell” yourself though concise, clear, and confident communication, in the pre-screening stage of the process, your application cannot progress.
Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to the following statutory checks: ITC; Criminal; References; Qualifications; Psychometric assessments.

Email your detailed, updated CV to Monique Prince. Include in Subject Line: REF Code PHARM. Furthermore, attach copies of your ID, Matric Certificate and Academic results – without these your application is INCOMPLETE and may not be considered.
Candidates who have not heard from us within 2 weeks from the closing date of this application, should consider their application unsuccessful.

Desired Skills:

  • pharmacist
  • Community Pharmacy
  • Computer Skills

Desired Accreditations:

  • South African Pharmacy Council

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