Clinical Pharmacist


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Clinical Pharmacist


Chase Medical are working in partnership with a GP surgery in Empingham to recruit for a Clinical Pharmacist. This a part-time position with up to 24-27 hours a week available spread across 3-5 days per week.

The practice is a lovely family practice with a varied patient demographic that has a mix of younger families and older patients. You will be supported at the practice by the 5 GP’s, 2 Advanced Nurse Practitioners, 3 Practice Nurses and 1 Healthcare Assistant. They are a lovely team who will ensure that you are made to feel at home from day one.

The salary for this position is variable and will depend on your skill set and experience however, they are looking at offering £55,000 - £58,000 per annum. The package also includes 5 weeks holiday + Bank Holidays off, Pension and Indemnity are on also included in the employment package. 

As a Clinical Pharmacist, you will have previous General Practice experience and be able to show that you are full autonomous during clinics. You will need to show that you are comfortable working autonomously and have experience in running Minor Illness clinics, Minor Ailment clinics, Medication Optimisation and performing Medication Reviews. A Prescribing qualification is essential for this position. 

If this interests, you then apply now or you can also find out more information or request a call back by visiting our website or by calling George Manchester on 0114 275 7421.

Chase Medical is a well-established market leading agency for recruitment of healthcare staff within the primary care sector. We offer both permanent and locum opportunities for the right candidates. We also offer a referral scheme where if you refer another healthcare professional you could get up to £500 if they become successfully employed through us.

Not looking for a permanent position… we also have a large rage of locum positions available with rates starting at £38.50 - £62 per hour including holiday pay.

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