Current vacancies

Here you can find a list of our current vacancies.

Practice Based Clinical Pharmacists
Overview

We are a group of four high achieving practices based in the rural county of Rutland comprising of Empingham Medical Centre, Oakham Medical Practice, Uppingham Surgery and Market Overton and Somerby Surgeries. Working with our 40,000 patients, we work collaboratively with Rutland County Council and community services to focus on local health needs and population health.

Whilst you will work flexibly for Rutland Health PCN, you will be assigned to a specific practice to work within. In addition to integrating with the team at your set practice, you will work collaboratively with the established pharmacist forum to improve working across the wider PCN and the service we provide our patients.

We are looking for motivated, passionate individuals who want to work as part of a forward-thinking, growing PCN. The ideal candidate will be able to integrate into the practice they are supporting, bring new ideas and ways of working to the table, and help to develop seamless ways of working. As a PCN, we have established links and integrated ways of working with the wider services of Rutland, and the ideal candidate would be able to help build this community.

Primary care experience would be an advantage, however, is not essential. An independent prescriber is desirable, but we will consider candidates who are working towards this.

For more information about the role, please see attached Job Description

3 full time positions available

Salary negotiable

NHS pension available

Closing date: 31st August

NHS Jobs reference: A3547-21-2992

For more information, or to apply (with CV and covering letter), please email Nicola Turnbull: [email protected]  

Mental Health Practitioner – Band 6 (Based in Primary Care)
Overview

As part of their mental health transformation programme, Leicestershire Partnership Trust are looking to recruit a number of substantive, full time mental health practitioners to work in primary care settings, one of which is Rutland Health PCN.

It is an exciting time for mental health services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. We are rated as the most improved area in the country after making many improvements to our services over the last 18 months. Our community offer is undergoing a major transformation and with this will bring opportunities for progression, personal development and further training (for example non-medical prescribing). This role is significant in moving towards an integrated care system approach and successful candidates will be trailblazing this new approach.

You will work autonomously in GP Practice to provide high quality assessment and organise interventions and treatment with the local specialist mental health teams, social care and voluntary sector. In addition you will assist with the transition of individuals as they step back down from secondary care to primary care support.

The Role

Key elements of the role will include (but not be limited to):

  • Delivering comprehensive mental health assessment
  • Organising treatment and interventions
  • Offering advice and guidance to members of the primary care MDT.

For further information / informal enquiries, please organise via Georgina Kelly, Business Support Officer 07342 056789.

Alternatively, visit https://www.your-future.co.uk/community-mental-health-services/ for more information and https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/916525239 to see the full job specification/apply.

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