Job Vacancies

Details of job vacacnies with all the Brownlow Health practices and also the Central Liverpool Primary Care Network

Vacancy | Pharmacy Technician | Band 5 | Closes 28 February

Vacancy | Pharmacy Technician | Band 5 | Closes 28 February

This is an exciting time to be involved in general practice and to be part of shaping primary care for the future.We seek a Pharmacy technician preferably with previous experience of working in primary care to join Central Liverpool PCN's team. The team currently...

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Vacancy | Pharmacy Technician | Band 6 | Closes 28 February

Vacancy | Pharmacy Technician | Band 6 | Closes 28 February

This is an exciting time to be involved in general practice and to be part of shaping primary care for the future. We seek a Pharmacy technician preferably with previous experience of working in primary care to join Central Liverpool PCN's team. The team currently...

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Vacancy | Practice Nurse | Band 6/7 | Closes 5 March

Vacancy | Practice Nurse | Band 6/7 | Closes 5 March

Due to forthcoming retirement, we are delighted to offer this exciting opportunity for a Practice Nurse to join our team. Hours of work can be flexible we can offer Full time or Part time hours the post will be mainly at our Kensington Site (Edge Lane) and Princes...

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Vacancy | Network Pharmacist | Band 7 | Closes 21 February

Vacancy | Network Pharmacist | Band 7 | Closes 21 February

An opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Pharmacist to join Central Liverpool Primary Care Network. As part of CLPCN you would be joining our team of 7 clinical pharmacists and 2 pharmacy technicians to deliver high quality pharmacy services across our network. ...

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eConsults are switched off at weekends and bank holidays; they are also switched off on the last Wednesday of every month from 11 am for training, but you can still use the service for self-help information.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE TEMPORARILY SWITCHED OFF ECONS UNTIL MON 1st MARCH AT 8AM, DUE TO AN UNPRECEDENTED SURGE IN DEMAND COUPLED WITH STAFF SHORTAGES.  PATIENTS CAN STILL CONTACT THE PRACTICE BY TELEPHONE