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Job Vacancies

Clinical Pharmacist

D R A F T v2


Wolverhampton North Network

Primary Care Network


Clinical Pharmacist (General Practice)

Band 7 – 8 A

Approx. 24 hours per week


We have a vacancy for a part time Clinical Pharmacist to work across GP Practices based in Wolverhampton North Network (WNN).


Ideally we are looking for a clinical prescriber with updated and sound clinical pharmacist knowledge. This is a front facing patient role and the successful candidate must have experience in managing long term conditions, assess and treat conditions as well as promoting self-care. The ability to be work independently and well organised are essential.


You will be working within a team of multidisciplinary clinicians and you must be prepared to travel across the sites based within WNN.


Knowledge of EMIS and Docman 10 would be advantageous, but if not training will be provided.


If you would like further details please contact Victoria Roddie


If you would like to apply please forward an updated CV and covering letter including a salary indicator to:




Victoria Roddie, HR / H&S Officer, Prestbury Medical Practice,

81 Prestwood Road West, Wednesfield, WV11 1HT or email


If you are interested in the above position then, please complete the enclosed application form and return it by email to Victoria Roddie (  Please note CV's will only be accepted in support of a completed application form.

Word v1.4 Application Form (word version)

or alternatively, please print off the pdf version of the PDF v1.4 Application Form and post it to Victoria Roddie - Human Resources, Prestbury Medical Practice, 81 Prestwood Road West, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton, WV11 1HT

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