|Salary:||£48,614 to £57,041|
|Placed On:||31st March 2023|
|Closes:||14th April 2023|
About the role
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Educated to postgraduate level in a relevant pharmacy-related discipline the post holder will be a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society or equivalent professional body and be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council as a pharmacist independent prescriber.
With at least three year’s experience working as a pharmacist independent prescriber, you must have experience using physical assessment skills in practice and have a proven track record of delivering pharmacy practice teaching in a healthcare professional context. You must have also successfully completed a Physical Assessment Skills course.
This 0.6fte post is funded for one year in the first instance.
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