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Interested in employment opportunities? We will regularly update this section of our website with any specific roles available in the Durham Dales locality.

However, you can also send your CV in to us in advance of specific vacancies becoming available by emailing team@ddhf.co.uk.

Durham Dales Practices have chosen to federate as Durham Dales Health. The stated intent of the Federation is to work together with GP Medical Practices to provide high quality, cost effective primary healthcare services across the Durham Dales locality.

Position: Clinical Pharmacist

Location: Wear Valley Primary Care Network

Salary: Negotiable

Working Pattern: Full-time, part-time, flexible 

Apply: NHS Jobs – Clinical Pharmacy vacancy

Closing Date: 28th September 2020

 

DDHF have an opening for a Clinical Pharmacist to join our team. It’s an ideal opportunity for a qualified Clinical Pharmacist to work directly with patients and alongside a team of pharmacists and support staff in General Practice.

If you are looking for a new challenge, want to work with a dynamic and innovative organisation, and make a difference to people’s long term health and lives, this could be the opportunity for you.

 

Full details of the vacancy can be found at the NHS Jobs Website.

 

The Role

 

Based in our Bishop Auckland office, but working across the Wear Valley Primary Care Network, the successful candidate will combine a patient-facing role with organisational-based work.

The main function is to aid GP practices in their management of chronic diseases, offer expertise to improve prescribing practices and undertake clinical medication reviews.

With experience of common and acute long term conditions, you will involve patients in making decisions about their medication. The advice and education you will offer will empower patients to take control of their own health.

For full details of the role, visit the NHS Jobs website.

 

A Day in the Life

 

To help illustrate the important and varied work our Clinical Pharmacists do, our Team Lead Thomas Watkinson, shares what a typical day is like.

 

About You

 

You will have a Masters degree in Pharmacy, be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and have 2 years post-qualification experience. Ideally you will be an independent prescriber, or working towards that qualification. 

Alongside excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communications, you will have an appreciation of the nature of GP practices and primary care.

A problem-solver with an eye for detecting patterns, you will be able to identify issues and offer recommendations.

Self-motivated and able to work independently and to a deadline, you will have a full driving license, current DBS and safeguarding adult and children level three.

Applications must be submitted through the NHS Jobs website, and received by Monday 28th September 2020.

 

Position: Clinical Pharmacist

Location: Teesdale Primary Care Network

Salary: Negotiable

Working Pattern: Full-time, part-time, flexible 

Apply: NHS Jobs – Clinical Pharmacy vacancy

Closing Date: 28th September 2020

 

DDHF have an opening for a Clinical Pharmacist to join our team. It’s an ideal opportunity for a qualified Clinical Pharmacist to work directly with patients and alongside a team of pharmacists and support staff in General Practice.

If you are looking for a new challenge, want to work with a dynamic and innovative organisation, and make a difference to people’s long term health and lives, this could be the opportunity for you.

 

Full details of the vacancy can be found at the NHS Jobs Website.

 

The Role

 

Based in our Bishop Auckland office, but working across the Teesdale Primary Care Network, the successful candidate will combine a patient-facing role with organisational-based work.

The main function is to aid GP practices in their management of chronic diseases, offer expertise to improve prescribing practices and undertake clinical medication reviews.

With experience of common and acute long term conditions, you will involve patients in making decisions about their medication. The advice and education you will offer will empower patients to take control of their own health.

For full details of the role, visit the NHS Jobs website.

 

A Day in the Life

 

To help illustrate the important and varied work our Clinical Pharmacists do, our Team Lead Thomas Watkinson, shares what a typical day is like.

 

About You

 

You will have a Masters degree in Pharmacy, be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and have 2 years post-qualification experience. Ideally you will be an independent prescriber, or working towards that qualification. 

Alongside excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communications, you will have an appreciation of the nature of GP practices and primary care.

A problem-solver with an eye for detecting patterns, you will be able to identify issues and offer recommendations.

Self-motivated and able to work independently and to a deadline, you will have a full driving license, current DBS and safeguarding adult and children level three.

Applications must be submitted through the NHS Jobs website, and received by Monday 28th September 2020.

 

Are you looking for an engaging, challenging and rewarding opportunity?

Are you a caring, motivated and dynamic healthcare professional?

Do you enjoy working directly with people, dealing with a variety of needs and challenges, as well as delivering actual benefits and making a true difference to the lives of entire communities?

Would you like to be part of Durham Dales Health Federation, a Federation of 12 practices within the Durham Dales Locality working together to provide high quality primary healthcare services?

We have a number of excellent opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated people to join our team. Working within this team, you would have the opportunity to work alongside GP Practices within the Durham Dales locality.

If this sounds like the next step in your career, we would love to hear from you! For an informal chat to discuss any current vacancies, you can call 01388 665 910 or send an email with a copy of your up to date CV to team@ddhf.co.uk.