Primary Care Network Pharmacy Technician
Brownlow Group Practice
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To work with the PCN Pharmacy Team to improve the quality, effectiveness and safety of prescribing across the PCN both in GP practices and their associated care homes. To contribute to achieving the PCN Direct Enhanced Service contract (DES)
Main duties of the job
audit and safety reviews
providing medicines education
supporting the network vaccination programme
cost efficiency and managing the electronic and repeat prescribing processes.
Central Liverpool Primary Care Network prides itself in being an exceptional employer. We have a dedicated staff wellbeing team and offer numerous staff benefits and incentives including protected study leave with financial allowance. You will receive a 6-month mentorship/induction package and following this will have the option for some home working should you wish to if appropriate for your role.
CLPCN is an organisation that is committed to equality and diversity, and we strive for our workforce to be representative and inclusive of the complex and diverse community which we are proud to serve. With this commitment in mind, we actively encourage individuals who self-identify as having protected characteristics to apply for this role. We are particularly keen to encourage applications from: individuals with linguistic diversity, members of the LGBTQ+ community; members of black, minority ethnic, and minority faith groups; and from those who are disabled and / or neurodiverse. We are mindful that we may not always be aware of structural and systemic factors, which might discourage or prevent certain minority groups and marginalised populations from applying to join our team. If you are aware that any such barriers do exist, please let us know so that we can work to overcome and dismantle these.
Although not required by law we strongly recommend that all staff have received all Covid vaccinations.
Extended access will form part of your contracted hours.
To liaise with patients, practice staff, GPs, care home staff and community pharmacists in all aspects of medication reviews and prescribing queries to improve the pharmaceutical care of patients.
Please see attached job Description for full details
Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).