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PCN Pharmacy Technician vacancy

Chippenham, Corsham and Box Primary Care Network (CCB PCN)

The closing date is 1st April 22, interviews to be confirmed

Salary (plus inclusion in NHS Pension Scheme)

£22 – £27K, depending on relevant experience

Minimum of 3 days up to full-time considered


Job Overview


Are you the Registered Pharmacy Technician we need?  Chippenham, Corsham & Box Primary Care Network are seeking an enthusiastic, patient-focused, and independently motivated person to join our existing pharmacist team to provide quality patient-care.  We want a person with energy and interest to develop the Pharm Tech role through collaborative working.


This is a new and developing role taking advantage of the NHS Network Contract DES for Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme.


The successful candidate will work across the 5 GP Practices in the PCN, with projects ranging from dealing with prescription requests, cost-saving switches to facilitating medication reviews and systems and process improvements.  We expect contribution to the overall medicines optimisation programme, acting on best practice from local and national guidelines.


About us

The Chippenham, Corsham and Box Primary Care Network (CCB PCN) provides proactive and coordinated care across the local population of  58,000 people. We have a strong focus on health promotion and personalised care, supporting people to make informed decisions about their health and social care.  We are a dynamic, friendly and supportive PCN with much experience in training GPs and other healthcare professionals.  Situated a few miles south of the M4, near junction 17 Chippenham, the main work location is at Hathaway Medical Centre, but can be across the entire PCN area.


The individual practices have been early adopters of new models of NHS care, utilising the diverse skill mix offered by physiotherapists, paramedics, nurse practitioners, social prescribers, and clinical pharmacists.  The PCN is excited about continuing this development by the introduction of a PCN Pharmacy Team.



You MUST be a Pharmacy Technician registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).



Full driving license as travel will be required to surgeries, care homes and patients in the PCN area.



To discuss the role informally please contact Rachel Lock, Communications Lead CCB Pharmacy team by email rachel[email protected] or mobile 07553218012