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Pharmacist - Wards - Wiltshire - NHS hospital

Employer
Hunter AHP & Mental Health
Location
Swindon, England
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
27 May 2023

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Pharmacy sector
Hospital
Job Type
Pharmacist
Hunter AHP resourcing have an exciting locum opportunity for a clinical pharmacist to join a NHS hospital in the Wiltshire area. Our client is currently seeking x 1 locum pharmacist available on an immediate basis. Ideal applicant will have previous hospital

experience, working on the wards within a hospital. The role will include screening and completing medicine reconciliations for in-patients who have been admitted. The service may be able to offer some very competitively priced accommodation based on site

for those who are not local, and there is free parking available. This role Is operational Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm. This will be an ASAP start for a minimum 3- month contract. -ASAP start-Monday to Friday-3 months contract minimum- Ward’s experience- £27 - £32 Per hour If interested in this fantastic opportunity, please call Natasha on to find out more, or email . Join the community: be part of a network of like-minded, conscientious locums with shared values for patients and clients.Represented by AHP sector experts, we listen, understand your needs and represent you professionally.Quick & simple online registrationA long-term relationship based on trust and understanding.Access to the very best requirements nationwide.As part of the Hunter AHP network you will be appropriately marketed, in a consultative manner, taking the burden of business development away from you.Weekly payments you can trust, Hunter AHP is part of the Hunter/Gatherer Group of Companies.Market knowledge, advice and knowledge sharing on market trends and opportunities.Access to exclusive Hunter AHP events and discounted CPD.Customer service, it’s a simple philosophy but one we are passionate about.

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