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Clinical Pharmacist Job Vacancy

Salary

£40,057 to £45,839 a year Depending on qualifications and experience

Contract

Permanent

Working pattern

Full-time, Part-time

Job summary

The East Cornwall Primary Care Network goal is a leading innovator in the new and developing Primary Care Network model

We are looking for enthusiastic, innovative and forward thinking pharmacists to work with our Network of GP practices across East Cornwall. We see our PCN Clinical Pharmacists as key clinicians in delivering both excellent patient care and support to our GP practices with everything about medicines and prescribing.

If you are looking for a new challenge where you see and support patients with their healthcare needs, as an integral part of a GP practice and PCN team then this role is for you!

We are open to considering applications from pharmacists at all stages of their careers and from other sectors. If you are completely new to clinical practice but have an interest in a new career direction, we are more than happy to support and develop you into this role.

Main duties of the job

This is an exciting opportunity to provide key pharmacist expertise to GP practices within the locality. As a Clinical Pharmacist in an East Cornwall practice you will manage your own clinics to see patients for medication reviews, assist the practice team with prescribing related issues and treat patients with uncomplicated acute illness. You will help support the East PCN with core medicine optimisation activities, and ensure the safe and effective use of medicines across East Cornwall.

We will provide you with professional mentoring and bespoke coaching support so you can expand your clinical skills and confidence to best support your patients. You will work as part of a growing team of eight PCN pharmacists and two pharmacy technicians, who will support and help develop your clinical practice. Ideally (but not essential) you will have a prescribing qualification and have undertaken additional post graduate clinical learning, however key to this role is an innovative driven person that wants to develop into an effective clinician. This role represents an exciting opportunity to support practices across the locality to deliver high quality interventions around medication and to deliver an ambition PCN vision.

For more information and to apply for the role:

Please visit the NHS Jobs Page (click here)

For questions about the job, contact:

Paula Varndell-Dawes – p.varndell-dawes@nhs.net