Vacancies

Current Vacancies

Please contact the HR; Angie Sammut on angela.sammut@nhs.net and Shell Cozens on shell.cozens1@nhs.net for further information on any of the listed vacancies.

PRACTICE NURSE

JOB DESCRIPTION – PRACTICE NURSE

The White Horse Medical Practice, Faringdon SN7

As soon as possible

We are a friendly, dynamic, and successful team looking for an

enthusiastic and committed Practice Nurse to join the practice.

KEY INFORMATION

Work Pattern: Flexible between Monday and Friday

Hours: Minimum of 23 hours per week

Licence/Certification: NMC

EXPERIENCE:

  • Practice Nurse: 2 years (preferred)
  • Routine treatment room experience (adult and child immunisation, wound care)
  • Cervical cytology qualification
  • Contraceptive course qualification

ABOUT US:

  • 17,000 patient practice in an expanding market town in beautiful Vale of the White Horse in South Oxfordshire
  • 4 partners and 11 salaried GPs
  • Established training practice with 3 GP trainers, taking trainees from Oxford and Swindon GPVTS
  • Primary Care Network
  • Successful Research Practice
  • Modern purpose-built premises with plans for improvement and extension
  • Regular programme of in-house educational meetings
  • Innovative full triage system providing high level of autonomy and satisfaction.
  • Highly skilled minor illness team of nurse and paramedic practitioners
  • Friendly and efficient team of support and admin staff
  • EMIS Web Clinical System
  • Competitive remuneration

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Pay: £16.00-£22.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • Company pension
  • On-site parking

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday
  • No weekends

Experience:

  • Practice Nurse: 1 year (preferred)

Licence/Certification:

  • NMC (required)

Work Location: In person

Prescription Clerk

White Horse Medical Practice are looking for a prescription clerk:

The following are the core responsibilities of the prescription clerk. There may be on occasion, a requirement to carry out other tasks; this will be dependent upon factors such as workload and staffing levels:

  1. Process repeat prescription requests received by phone, email, fax, post, slips and the online access system, in accordance with practice protocol
  2. Produce prescriptions for the GP to sign in an acceptable timeframe
  3. Ensure all prescription requests are processed and are ready for collection within a 48-hour timeframe
  4. Generate requests for medication on behalf of the patient for non-repeat items
  5. Actively encourage patients to reconcile medications to facilitate monthly collections
  6. Discuss with patients their requirements, encouraging patients to order only what they require
  7. Act upon compliance issues, liaising with the appropriate clinician
  8. Ensure medication reviews are arranged by maintain an accurate recall system
  9. Effectively liaise with external services i.e. district nurses to ensure medicaments are arranged for housebound patients
  10. Input data into the patient’s healthcare records as necessary
  11. Deal with all prescription related enquiries in a timely manner
  12. Record and reported adverse effects accurately and appropriately, informing the practice manager immediately
  13. Read code data on EMIS
  14. Carry out system searches as requested
  15. Maintain a clean, tidy, effective working area at all times

Secondary Responsibilities

In addition to the primary responsibilities, the prescription clerk may be requested to:

  1. [Support the practice clinical pharmacist as required]
  2. Partake in audit as directed by the audit lead
  3. Support the Deputy Practice Manager in reviewing and updating the practice prescribing policy
  4. Complete opening and closing procedures in accordance with the duty rota

The person specification for this role is detailed overleaf.

Person Specification – Prescription Clerk

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent

GCSE Mathematics & English (C or above)

NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care

Excellent communication skills (written and oral)

Strong IT skills

Clear, polite telephone manner

Competent in the use of Office and Outlook

EMIS / Systmone / Vision user skills

Effective time management (Planning & Organising)

Ability to work as a team member and autonomously

Good interpersonal skills

Problem solving & analytical skills

Ability to follow policy and procedure

Flexibility to work outside of core office hours

Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Pay: £11.44-£11.50 per hour

Expected hours: 37.5 per week

Benefits:

  • Company pension
  • Free parking
  • On-site parking

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Work Location: In person