NHS Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group is a strong, ambitious and growing organisation; that is playing a key role in shaping and delivering local and regional health agenda.
The CCG is made up of 41 member practices, divided into three localities, serving a population of approximately 300,000 residents within Waltham Forest.
An exciting role has arisen to join the Medicines Optimisation team as a Senior Prescribing Advisor.
This post is based in Medicines Optimisation team within the Quality and Governance directorate. The team provides an effective and professional Medicines Optimisation service to our local borough as well as matrix working across the borough and its stakeholders.
The team has recently assumed the role as CCG lead for long term conditions. This has provided a unique opportunity for members of the team to maximise the skills that they already have as a pharmacist whilst developing the skills of a commissioner.
The post holder will support the safe, quality and cost effective use of medicines, that is evidence based, by implementing the four principles of medicines optimisation.
It will be expected that the post holder will have strong clinical skills in order to provide clinical support for the commissioning of long term conditions.
We are a clinically led organisation and you will work closely with our clinical leads to help deliver improved outcomes for people living in the borough
Closing Date: midnight Sunday 27th January 2019
Interview Date: 5th February 2019
The postholder will have access to vulnerable people in the course of their normal duties and as such this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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Ada Onyeagwara Associate Director Medicines Optimisation and Long Term Conditions email: email@example.com