Band 7 Clinical Pharmacist

  • Band 6 Pharmacist
  • Hospital
  • Dispensary, General Medical/Surgical, Wards
  • Greater Manchester
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QualityLS are looking for a Band 7 clinical pharmacist to work in an NHS hospital in Greater Manchester, this position is based on the general Medicine and surgical wards and in the hospital dispensary. Our NHS client is looking for someone with a clinical diploma or at least 2 years hospital experience in a similar role. This is an ongoing contract , working full time hours as part of a good sized team. Pay rates on offer from this client are in the region of £27 – £29 per hour and Tom will be able to furnish anyone interested in this post with more information. Please note, GPhC registration and full registration with us is required and we are happy to support with information you may need surrounding travel or accommodation and our fountain of knowledge (Tom) will advise of anything else required.

Why work with QLS?

QLS are approved NHS staffing suppliers through the new Health Trust Europe framework (HTE) and the Collaborative Procurement Partnership (CPP)

-“we come to you” compliance service which is fast and efficient
-Fast,accurate and efficient payroll
-Mobile apps and online fast track on-boarding
-Free basic life support
-24 hour on call service
-Help and advice around CPD
-Loyalty Bonuses
-No nonsense and transparent
– bonuses for referrals
-Good “break glass” rates Opportunities for specialist roles with no capped rates
-Locum of the month
-Regular social events

We deliver temporary and permanent professional staffing services to the NHS, private sector and home services. Behind the team that delivers these services is over 15 years of professional recruitment experience.

Our understanding of both our candidates and clients needs allow us to deliver highly trained staff to the front line service of the NHS and private sector. Our professional staff work tirelessly to ensure that the relationships we build and the support we offer lasts a life time.

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