Vacancies

  • Practice Pharmacist - Bromleag Care Practice

    Job Reference: B0166-21-4548
    Link to apply here
    Location: Bromley
    Salary: Negotiable (Band 8a)
    Closing Date: 02/08/2021

    Do you want to make a difference to patient care and deliver an excellent service for care home patients in this complex and challenging environment?

    Do you have experience of undertaking medication reviews and reviewing medicines management processes in care homes?

    Are you keen to seize the initiative in a varied job harnessing your clinical, interpersonal, organisational and influencing skills?

    Bromleag Care Practice is looking for a self-motivated, forward thinking, qualified pharmacist to join a brand new practice in Beckenham, covering all of the Care homes in the Bromley area.

    These roles offer direct, face to face patient care and a large degree of autonomy within the practice. You will be assessing patients current medications and providing rationale for changes to prescribing to GPs, patients and relatives and liaise with colleagues in the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) on the development of area wide prescribing changes.

    Main duties of the job

    You should be able to provide professional advice and support on the safe prescribing, handling and administration of medicines. This includes support regarding development and implementation of medicines management processes and policies.

    Lead on the medicines aspects relating to the care of patients to optimise medicines, reduce medicines-related risks and improve adherence to taking medicines by carrying out medication assessments and reviews in identified patients.

    Medicines management with face to face dealings with patients, care home staff and relatives.

  • Facilitator (Clinical Effectiveness Southeast London)

    Job Reference: 487-SEL303
    Employer: NHS South East London CCG
    Department: CESEL
    Location: Bromley based with travel across south-east London
    Salary: £38,890-£44,503 pro rata p.a plus London HCAS
    Closing Date:25/07/2021

    The Clinical Effectiveness South-east London (CESEL) programme will embed evidence-based systematic improvement methodology processes and resources across south east London, to support GP practices to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities for the local population.

    You will have exceptional stakeholder engagement and communication skills; able to build strong relationships with a portfolio of local general practice teams within your respective borough and PCN’s, as well as the multi-professional clinical effectiveness team; to deliver a programme of work that supports GP practice.

    You will be knowledgeable and passionate about quality improvement, and able to embed a range of methodologies, resources and best-practice ways of working across general practice. You will also have experience of local practice clinical systems (e.g. EMIS).

    The posts are offered on a fixed-term or secondment basis, until 31 March 2022. Part-time and full-time applicants welcome. The team are especially keen to hear from staff who currently work in a primary care setting or provide support to general practice teams in south-east London.

    Interviews will be held the week commencing 2nd August.

  • Social Prescribing Link Worker (Penge PCN)

    Job Reference: B0166-21-9186
    Link to apply here
    Location: Penge PCN
    Salary: £20,000 to £25,000 a year
    Closing Date: 26/07/2021

    Social prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing through referral to non-medical link workers who give time, focus on what matters to me and take a holistic approach, connecting people to community groups, mainstream resources/activities and statutory services for practical and emotional support. It can help to strengthen community resilience and personal resilience, and reduces health inequalities by addressing the wider determinants of health, such as debt, poor housing and physical inactivity, by increasing peoples active involvement with their local communities. It particularly works for people with long-term conditions (including support for mental health), for people who are lonely or isolated, or have complex social needs which affect their wellbeing.

    As a Social Prescribing Link Worker you will be working in partnership with a group GP practices as part of a Primary Care Network (PCN), working closely with practice teams to support patients in taking control of their health. You will be a key point of contact for patients linking them to support within their local community.

    If you are interested in this role and feel that you meet the criteria set out in the person specification, we would like to hear from you.

  • PCN Clinical Pharmacist - HayesWick PCN

    Job Reference: B0166-21-2349
    Link to apply here
    Location: HayesWick PCN
    Salary: Band 8a
    Closing Date: 28/07/2021

    • Do you want to make a difference to patient care and deliver an excellent service for patients in the primary care environment?
    • Do you have experience of undertaking medication reviews and reviewing medicinces management processes?
    • Are you keen to seize the initiative in a varied job harnessing your clinical, interpersonal, organisational and influencing skills?

    The Hayes Wick PCN are looking for a self-motivated, forward thinking, qualified clinical pharmacist to join us at this exciting time in the delivery of patient services in Primary Care.

    The role offers direct, face to face patient care and a large degree of autonomy within the Bromley Primary Care Networks (PCN). Working between the network Practices you will be assessing patients current medications and providing rationale for changes to prescribing to GPs, patients and carers and liaising with colleagues in the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) on the development of area wide

  • PCN Clinical Pharmacist - Orpington PCN

    Job Reference: B0166-21-8882
    Link to apply here
    Location: Orpington PCN
    Salary: Band 8a
    Closing Date: 28/07/2021

    • Do you want to make a difference to patient care and deliver an excellent service for patients in the primary care environment?
    • Do you have experience of undertaking medication reviews and reviewing medicinces management processes?
    • Are you keen to seize the initiative in a varied job harnessing your clinical, interpersonal, organisational and influencing skills?

    The Orpington PCN are looking for a self-motivated, forward thinking, qualified clinical pharmacist to join us at this exciting time in the delivery of patient services in Primary Care.

    This role offers direct, face to face patient care and a large degree of autonomy within the Bromley Primary Care Networks (PCN). Working between the network Practices you will be assessing patients current medications and providing rationale for changes to prescribing to GPs, patients and carers and liaising with colleagues in the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) on the development of area wide prescribing changes.

  • PCN Clinical Pharmacist for Crays PCN (1 x Full-time & 1 x Part-Time)

    Job Reference: B0166-21-3607
    Link to apply here
    Location: Crays PCN
    Salary: Negotiable (Band 8a)
    Closing Date: 28/07/2021

    • Do you want to make a difference to patient care and deliver an excellent service for patients in the primary care environment?
    • Do you have experience of undertaking medication reviews and reviewing medicinces management processes?
    • Are you keen to seize the initiative in a varied job harnessing your clinical, interpersonal, organisational and influencing skills?

    The Crays PCN are looking for a self-motivated, forward thinking, qualified clinical pharmacist to join us at this exciting time in the delivery of patient services in Primary Care.

    The role offers direct, face to face patient care and a large degree of autonomy within the Bromley Primary Care Networks (PCN). Working between the network Practices you will be assessing patients current medications and providing rationale for changes to prescribing to GPs, patients and carers and liaising with colleagues in the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) on the development of area wide prescribing changes.