Vacancy for a Qualified Dispenser
A vacancy has arisen in the dispensary and administrative team and we are looking to employ an experienced dispenser (NVQ level 2 or 3). The candidate must have dispensing experience and have undergone suitable training and qualifications.
We require 18-24 hours per week although more hours would be considered in conjunction with another surgery. The successful candidate will be expected to work additional hours occasionally to cover staff annual leave to ensure we can offer a service to our patients 8am-6:30pm Monday to Friday. The successful candidate will also be expected to help in the administrative team, assisting patients with appointment queries, bookings and general administrative tasks.
Salary £8.80 - £9.70 depending on experience. NHS pension scheme is available.
We are seeking a friendly, organised and caring individual with excellent customer service skills who is able to thrive in a busy environment. The role is varied and the successful candidate will have a high attention to detail and put patient safety and high quality service provision at the forefront.
If you have dispensary or pharmacy experience and would like to join a busy, friendly practice, then we would like to hear from you.
The closing date is Wednesday 5th September. We may invite to interview strong candidates prior to closing date.
To apply for the post, visit https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/9f5145503becad63357f2f0234ddabbe/?vac_ref=915202572 or speak to the Practice Manager, Claire Farragher.
Closure for staff training
We will be closed on Thursday 27th September between 1pm-5pm for mandatory staff training. We will re-open at 5pm.
We close the practice for 5 afternoons a year to provide important and mandatory training for staff. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Services near you
It is not always obvious who or where to go to when you are ill or injured. Many people go to A+E when there are other services that could better help them.
NHS Gloucestershire has developed a website and app that will show you all the options available according to the problem you have. It can also show you the services nearest to you.
Allocating Usual GPs
We assign all our patients a usual or accountable GP who is generally responsible for that patient's care. We do endeavour to keep patients under the same GP where possible to maximise continuity of care. However, this does not affect your right to see any GP of your choice. If you do not already know who your accountable GP is and you would like to please phone reception who will be happy to inform you.