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General Practice Pharmacy Technician

Description

Primary Care: The need to think and work differently.

Are you ready for a new challenge?

In order to meet the increasing demands on primary care, we are expanding our pharmacist team as we recognise the value of this role in General Practice.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced GPhC Registered Pharmacy Technician to support the Practice Pharmacist team in ensuring the delivery of safe, effective and efficient systems for optimisation of medicines management. In order to be successful in this role you will need to have a sound knowledge of medicines management and optimisation gained in either a Primary or secondary care setting as well as excellent communication skills and good IT abilities. This role will involve working within the general practice setting with the support of an established Senior Clinical Pharmacist. Primary care experience would be an advantage but is not essential – if you are proactive and enthusiastic then please consider applying.

We work across two sites in Brighton & Hove (one in Portslade and one in Hangleton, Hove) covering a patient population of 7000. Parking is available at both sites and easy access bus routes as well.

Details

We believe in enabling people to take control of their health care journeys – we help to change the way health and wellbeing services work so care can focus on what matters to individuals. We work with a wide skillmix of health professionals and have employed practice pharmacists since 2016. As we move to develop primary care networks of 30,000 to 50,000 patients, we are looking for someone who can help us make the most of the opportunities this brings. This is a permanent role and we are flexible around sessions/ working hours (up to 28 p/wk) which will be discussed at interview.

Our offer

  • £25,599 – £34,360 per annum pro rata
  • NHS Pension
  • Permanent

Please download the Job Description and Person Specification for more detail!

Closing date: 21/07/2019

Please follow this link to NHS Jobs to submit an application.

Please contact louise.bridle@nhs.net for any questions.

We reserve the right to close this advert early if we are able to appoint to the vacancy before the advertised closed date.

We are a Real Living Wage Employer

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Receptionist – General Practice Medical Surgery

Description

Who we are

Welcome to Here. We help people to live well. Through partnerships with primary care and providers in health and social care, we create health services and solutions which are shaped around the needs of the person. We are a not-for profit, social enterprise, membership organisation based in Brighton delivering in Sussex and nationally.

This is a great opportunity to become part of a primary care team that is striving to put what matters to people at the heart of the services we provide – many opportunities for development will be offered to the right person. Experience using SystmOne would be an advantage but not essential as training will be given.

The role

The post holder will be joining our friendly and hardworking team as a Receptionist at Benfield Valley Healthcare Hub. This is a busy practice providing services over two sites in Portslade and Hangleton. The ideal candidate will need to be reliable and flexible to work between surgery hours of 8.00 – 18:30; you will also be required to provide cover for holiday and sick leave.

As well as working in reception as the face and voice of the practice, the successful candidate will need to carry out a wide variety of administrative duties, have strong communication skills and be highly organised.

 

Details

Our offer 

  • £9.00 per hour
  • NHS Pension Available
  • This role is substantive

Job Description

Person Specification

What next

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs
  • Closing date 14/07/2019 – please note, if we receive a high number of applications we may bring the closing date forward 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Vicky or Lou on 077302 86172 or email vicky.thomson2@nhs.net

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

 

Administration Assistant

Description

Who we are

The Extended Hours Service provides patients with appointments outside of the usual surgery hours (evenings and weekends). Participating practices work in Hubs to provide extended hours GP appointments from 18:30 – 20:30 Monday to Friday and during the day at weekends.

The service offers primary care, pre-bookable at the practices within the module and targeted at people who cannot easily access their GP practice during the week and require a non-urgent appointment. This includes: working people, people who need a carer to accompany them to access the service or school children with working parents.

The role 

Working as part of a team you will act as an administrator for the Improved Access Service (IAS) to ensure professional operational standards and excellence in patient care and safety are maintained. The working hours will be varied on weekdays with weekend coverage required so flexibility is required. You will need to work closely with the team, working and providing cover for practices across the city. In addition, the role will be required to travel to other sites at short notice to resolve operational or staffing problems.

 

Details

Our Offer

  • NHS Pension available
  • £18,243 – £21,907 per annum pro rata
  • This role is permanent

To find out more information about this role, download the  Job Description and Person Specification.

What next 

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs 
  • Contact for any questions denise.mcsween1@nhs.net
  • If you are successfully shortlisted for an interview you will be contacted via email or telephone so please ensure all details are correct when submitting an application

Closing date: 15/07/2019

Interviews will take place week commencing 22/07/2019

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Improved Access Service Assistant Manager

Description

Who we are 

HERE is a not for profit social enterprise operating as a private company limited by shares, where the shareholders are local GPs, practice managers, practice nurses, and our own staff.

The Extended Hours Service in Brighton and Hove provides patients with appointments outside of the usual surgery hours (evenings and weekends). Participating practices work in modules to provide extended hours GP appointments from 18:30 – 20:30 Monday to Friday and during the day at weekends.

The service offers primary care, pre-bookable at the practices within the module and targeted at people who cannot easily access their GP practice during the week and require a routine appointment. This includes: working people, people who need a carer to accompany them to access the service and school children with working parents.

The role 

Working as part of a small but growing team, this role supports the Service Manager to ensure professional operational standards and excellence in patient care and safety are implemented and maintained.

The EHS Assistant Manager is responsible for the day to day administration of the service across three CCG areas in Eat Sussex (B&H, EHSB & HWLH) which includes the overseeing of clinical rotas, management of incidents and complaints, and providing regular reports to stakeholders. The role also includes working with clinicians, resolving queries and some on call duties including weekend work based within host practices across East Sussex.

Details

Our Offer

  • NHS Pension available
  • £21,282 – £27,672 per annum pro rata
  • Permanent

To find out more information about this role, download the Job Description and Person Specification. 

What next 

  • Apply for the role by following this link to NHS Jobs
  • Closing date 15/07/2019
  • Interviews will take place week commencing 22/07/2019
  • Contact for any questions denise.mcsween1@nhs.net
  • If you are successfully shortlisted for an interview you will be contacted via email or telephone so please ensure all details are correct when submitting an application
  • Please note that the vacancy may close early if enough applications are received

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

Practice Unbound

Sales Executive

Description

We’re ambitious for Primary Care in the UK, we want it to not just survive but thrive and do what it does best, provide the best population health care service in the world. Are you?

Join our team of dynamic, focused, results driven Transformation experts. We are the largest primary care social enterprise in the country building the capability and resilience of General Practice across England, Scotland and Wales.

We are looking for ambitious, results and values driven Sales Executives who can grow our business and have more impact.

Do you have significant sales and customer relationship management experience?(health or care setting desirable but not essential)

Are you focused on understanding your customers and delivering the best you can for them that really makes a difference to them?

Do you have a track record in mentoring and coaching others in getting customer’s needs met?

If you can answer Yes to all of these questions, then please click on the Job Description for more details and apply for this role.

Details

Our offer 

  • £30k basic plus £20k uncapped OTE
  • NHS Pension available
  • The role is a substantive post

Download the Job Description and Person Specification for more information on this exciting role!

What next 

Please submit a CV and an extended covering letter including:

  • Why do I want to work for Here?
  • What Value can I add as a Sales Executive to Here?
  • Please email this to ann.ahmad@nhs.net
  • Closing date 05/07/2019
  • Contact for any questions ann.ahmad@nhs.net

Please visit the Practice Unbound website to view more information 

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity. 

Commercial Director

Description

We’re ambitious for Primary Care in the UK, we want it to not just survive but thrive and do what it does best, provide the best population health care service in the world. Are you?

Join our team of dynamic, focused, results driven Transformation experts. We are the largest primary care social enterprise in the country building the capability and resilience of General Practice across England, Scotland and Wales.

About the role

Your role is to lead the commercial development of Practice Unbound alongside the Chief Energiser and peers in the PU Enabling Team.

You will be supporting the development of the strategic development of this exciting start up initiative and its wider success to its customers, clients and partners. You will lead on implementing the agreed strategy to deliver revenue, margin and growth. You will be leading the development of the sales capability and revenue generation as well as the development of our commercial relationships with our partners generated through our open business model. You will be responsible for creating revenue by closing deals for Practice Unbound with customer and partners across the UK. You will lead the Sales and Commercial team to ensure the success and viability of the business.

Your challenge

  • To support the development of a coherent, robust and sustainable strategy to deliver on revenue, margin and growth for Practice Unbound and Practice Unbound’s partners
  • Develop our understanding the market, its needs and ensure our design process and business development cycle is meeting the needs of the market. Scoping out future markets beyond Primary Care to ensure longer term sustainability.
  • Develop our teams sales strategies and success in that market, delivering on sales targets and increasing revenue, achieving margin and growth targets that are both realistic and ambitious
  • Ensure our team uses data to drive their decisions as well as sensing into the market, developing our sales Learning Quality Framework
  • Lead by example with our Sales Executives and others to close high value deals and contracts
  • Ensure the systems and processes, contractual requirements are in place across the team and business development aspects that protects PU, Customers and Partners.
  • Working alongside our Director of Business Development and Finance Director to assess risk of new business opportunities and make recommendations on partner product developments
  • Lead the implementation, development and future iterations of our Community Insights programme which is designed to generate new commercial relationships and put robust processes in place for commercially assessing viability of relationships and products.
  • Put processes in place to ensure that Partners needs are met and that further revenue generating ideas are tended, working with the Director of Business Development
  • All Directors at PU will be a Product Owner for a specific product, this require strategic oversight from the perspective of the what the product delivers to the customer and takes responsibility for the products successful development and implementation.
  • To undertake any other duties commensurate with the role.

Details

Location: Brighton. National travel required
Salary: £75,000 basic plus commission
Terms: 37.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday

Your skills, knowledge, experience and outlook

  • You will have significant experience of working in a high pressure sales environment
  • You will have a proven track record of putting systems, strategies and processes in place to develop and grow a business
  • You will have demonstrable experience and knowledge in leading and co-ordinating others to close deals and achieve sales targets.
  • You will have strong entrepreneurial skills with a natural ability to spot opportunities for revenue generation
  • You will have exceptional relationship skills with a very wide range of people and the ability to understand what matters to them quickly and confidently
  • You will have experience of developing the competence and ability of a whole team to do well.
  • You will be flexible in your thinking, agile and mentally resilient.
  • Excellent persuasive communication and listening skills

What do we offer

We work to ensure that our culture is one that allows everyone to come to work as their ‘whole’ selves. For most of us, work takes up a big part of our day. We want to ensure that it’s enjoyable and speaks to us on a level deeper than ‘just getting the job done’.

  • A great office to work from and home working with video connection
  • Flexible working hours to suit you
  • 33 days leave including Bank Holidays
  • Free unlimited drinks and ethically sourced fruit
  • Regular well being activities that are subsidized yoga, football and other team events, Ping-Pong table.
  • Mindfulness sessions and an annual retreat for mindfulness training
  • 8 weekly Enabling Team reflective and development time to reconnect and rejuvenate.
  • Annual Sales retreat to unwind and learn together in a wholesome place.
  • A personal development process which allows peer-to-peer conversations about your development

Download full Job Description & Person Specification

How to apply

If you think you fit the bill and are up for an exciting challenge, we would love to hear from you.

Please send your CV and a cover letter by close of play on Friday 28th June, telling us why you are interested in this role and how you meet the requirements. info@practiceunbound.org.uk

You can view the job posting and find out more information about what the team does on the Practice Unbound website.

Fusion

Finance Administrator

Description

We are looking for an impressive Finance Administrator with strong administration and communication skills who is able to work quickly in a fast paced central services team.

Who we are

Welcome to Here. We help people live well. Through partnerships with providers in health and social care we create health services and solutions which are shaped around the needs of the person. We are a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Brighton delivering services across Sussex and nationally.

This role sits within the Fusion team. We strive to provide an efficient and effective service to our customers – the organisation. We provide all finance, facilities, business administration, health & safety and HR support. We are the engine room heroes who keep Here running smoothly and compliantly, so we can all focus on what really matters: serving our communities.

The role

The Finance Administrator is integral to our success. The team it sits within provides a wide arching finance function and the Finance Administrator will provide first class administration in Here’s finance operations. This ranges from processing invoices and cash management to coordinating finance related meetings and taking minutes.

You will be responsible for ensuring the effectiveness of multiple financial processes and provide project support in financial matters. You will utilise your current administrative expertise to enable smooth financial processes, whilst seeking improvements and adhering to relevant regulation and policy updates. Though this is a finance focussed role, there are opportunities to be involved in wider projects supporting the cultural life of Here.

You will work closely with our managers, providing them with the support and information they need to ensure all service’s financial commitments and objectives are met. You will provide administrative support to the wider Fusion team.

There is an opportunity for the successful candidate to be offered an accountancy qualification in role to support continuing professional development.

Details

What is needed

You will have experience working in an administrative role and have excellent communication skills. You will be passionate about providing a professional service to all stakeholders and ensuring attention to detail across a multitude of tasks. You will be able to complete tasks quickly and to prioritise effectively in a role with competing demands. You will be calm under pressure and a team player able to offer support to colleagues across the central service team (Fusion).

You will have a keen interest in the financial operations and how these fit within the organisation; a willingness to learn new skills and seek to develop and improve processes.

You will enjoy working in a fast-paced and changing purpose driven business environment. You will have strong organisational skills, including the ability to work to fixed monthly deadlines, while managing ongoing ad-hoc business demands from across the organisation.

Our offer

  • £21,282 – £27,672 per annum pro rata
  • Accountancy qualification offered
  • NHS Pension
  • Full Time
  • Based at our brilliant offices in Brighton

Download the Job Description and Person Specification for more information on this exciting role!

What next 

To apply, please follow this link to NHS Jobs and submit an application.

Closing date: 05/08/2019

Interviews proposed: week commencing 05/08/2019

Please contact for any questions Camellia Mester on 01273 560218 or camellia.mester@nhs.net 

Here are committed to equality and valuing diversity.

 

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