Clinical Pharmacist - Community Services

Location Lowestoft
Discipline: Pharmacists
Salary: £41,659 - 54,619 per year + Welcome Bonus
Contact name: Harriet Dobson

Contact email: harriet@sterlingcross.com
Job ref: HD/NR/10899/1
Published: about 1 month ago
Startdate: ASAP

Job Title: Community Services Clinical Pharmacist

Salary:  £41,659 - £54,619 + Welcome Bonus

Location: Lowestoft (Suffolk communities)

Ref: HD/NR/10899/1

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Pharmacist to join a Community Health and Social Organisation as a Community Services Clinical Pharmacist.

The organisation is a member-owned healthcare service, based in Lowestoft, that offers a broad range of excellent community services across Suffolk and parts of Norfolk – including diabetes, cardiac health and post-stroke support, speech and language therapy, physiotherapy, stoma care, and community hospital services.

As a Community Services Clinical Pharmacist, you will play a key role in the effective delivery of clinical pharmacy services to the community hospital ward, primary care support, and specialist palliative care provisions, using your technical and medicines management expertise to ensure all pharmaceutical care remains safe, effective, and rational.

The organisation covers a beautiful area with great schools, sandy coastlines, easy access to the Norfolk Broads, and a low cost of living. A generous “Golden Hello” will also be offered to welcome you to the team.

There will also be extensive opportunities for professional development, including to earn your Independent Prescribing and PGDip/Cert in Clinical Pharmacy if you have not already done so.

This is a permanent, full-time role for a Community Services Clinical Pharmacist. As a community-based role, you will work across several sites in Suffolk, but there is potential for some hybrid working opportunities.

 

Person specification:

  • Master’s degree in pharmacy or equivalent
  • Registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council
  • A postgraduate clinical qualification and/or significant clinical experience
  • Holding, working toward, or eager to gain an independent non-medical prescribing qualification

 

Benefits:

  • Flexible working hours
  • Some hybrid working opportunities
  • Generous annual leave which increases with service
  • Training and development opportunities
  • NHS pension or competitive pension scheme
  • Access to NHS discounts
  • Lease and salary sacrifice schemes
  • Shares in the company
  • Employee celebration
  • Access to Wagestream
  • Employee health and wellbeing support (Employee Assistance Program)