Recruitment

Recruitment

Dover Town PCN is always happy to hear from individuals interested in providing excellent patient care.

Please check here regularly for our latest vacancies, search for Dover Town PCN on NHS Jobs or email us at KMCCG.DoverTownPCN@nhs.net with your CV and a covering letter addressed to the PCN Manager.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Care Coordinator - closes 14 September 2021

We are looking for an exceptional care coordinator to join our friendly, supportive, and progressive organisation. Dover Town PCN has three practices and our care coordinator will be a key member of the administration team in providing person centered care for our patients.

You will support the clinical team to provide services which put the patients needs at the heart of the care discussion. Your role will enable patients to access healthcare services in a timely manner and support the Network to improve the health of the local population.

You will be working with our partner health and social care organisations, patients, relatives, carers and voluntary organisations to manage the administration of Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings.

You will need to have great interpersonal skills, be a good listener and have experience of working positively with people facing complex social and emotional challenges.

To apply, go to NHS Jobs and search for reference A4100-21-7985 or click here

PCN Pharmacy Technician - closes 14 September 2021

The purpose of this role is to lead improvements to maximise safe, cost effective best practice in prescribing to improve the quality of patient care. The post holder will help patients to get the best from their medicines through effective medicines reconciliation after discharge and on other transfers of care, medication use reviews, identification of patients suitable for electronic repeat dispensing, promotion of online ordering, providing assurance of monitoring of high risk drugs, and handling of prescription queries within the areas of competence.

The role will also include training and development of practice based prescribing clerks and administrators to support improved co-ordination and effective pharmacy administration within general practice, especially with relation to repeat prescribing systems and processes.

To apply, go to NHS Jobs and search for reference A4100-21-8867 or click here