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Job Opportunities

AVON VALLEY PRIMARY CARE NETWORK

CLINICAL PHARMACIST

Full Time 38 hours (Part Time 30 hours considered)

 

Avon Valley Primary Care Network is an umbrella organisation delivering care to 40,000 patients, across four GMS Practices based in the New Forest area. As an established PCN, we have an exciting, pioneering opportunity at this friendly GP Network. The Network is looking to recruit a clinical pharmacist (Band 7-8a equivalent pro rata with NHS Pension available) to join their team in a developmental role within Primary Care to enhance the care to our patients. This role provides fantastic opportunity for career progression and development in the New Forest.

 

The post will compliment a CCG Pharmacist team of 3 Pharmacists with Technician support who can provide professional support and development.

 

We will welcome applications from all sectors including Commercial and NHS sectors. You will be fully supported with a comprehensive induction and the compulsory Primary care pharmacy education program https://www.cppe.ac.uk/career/pcpep/newsletter 

 

If you have the drive motivation and enthusiasm to work with us and other agencies to improve the quality of care to patients and be at the forefront of developing an exciting Health Service Provider we would love to hear from you and receive your application.

 

Application packs are available to download from the Fordingbridge Surgery website: www.fordingbridgegps.co.uk

  

If you would like to discuss or clarify any issues please contact:

Michelle Raymond, Practice Manager, Fordingbridge Surgery. michelle.raymond@nhs.net (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)

 

The successful candidate will be subject to the enhanced disclosure and barring checks.

Closing date for completed applications:  Friday 26 June 2020

Interviews will take place during week beginning 06 July 2020



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