MBoA PCN Pharmacy Technician
Hours up to 37.5 hours/week (Flexible working/job share considerered).
Melksham and Bradford on Avon Primary Care Network’s goal is to be a leading innovator in the new and developing Primary Care Networks (PCN’s). Our local PCN consists of three GP practices: Bradford on Avon & Melksham Health Partnership, Giffords Surgery and Spa Medical Practice – together we cover a population of c.48,000 residents across the towns of Bradford on Avon and Melksham. We are looking for an enthusiastic, innovative, and forward-thinking Pharmacy Technician to work with our GP practices. We see Pharmacy Technicians in our PCN Clinical Pharmacy team as a key clinical resource, delivering excellence in patient health and care while supporting our GP practices with everything about medicines and prescribing. You will join an enthusiastic and friendly team of three Pharmacy Technicians and five Pharmacists.
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 clinical pharmacy team, then this role is for you. This is an exciting opportunity to provide key pharmacy expertise to our GP practices. As a PCN Pharmacy Technician you will manage your own workload to provide patient advice on medication related issues, assist the practice team with prescribing related tasks and process clinical tasks, letters, and discharges. You will help support the PCN with core medicine optimization activities and ensure the safe and effective use of medicines utilizing a wide range of safety searches to ensure we care for all our patients. We will provide you with professional mentoring and tailored coaching support so you can expand your clinical skills and confidence to best support your patients. You will be enrolled on the excellent CPPE Clinical Pharmacy Pathway to structure your learning. This is a 15-month clinical pathway with protected study time and team support throughout. Ideally (but not essential) you will have previous experience of working in primary care, however, key to this role is a patient focused, innovative, and forward-thinking person that wants to develop into an effective clinician.
This new role represents an exciting opportunity to support patients and surgery teams at a time of rapid and radical change.
We welcome any enquires about this role so please feel free to e-mail Ruth Emmett, Clinical Pharmacist on email@example.com If you would like a job description or to apply for the position (with CV and Cover letter) please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent Salary: Up to £31,286.00 per year
· On-site parking
· Store discount
Work Location: In person
Application deadline: 20/02/2024