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Vacancies

Qualified Dispenser (NVQ2) 22.5 hrs per week hours plus cover

£18,813 – £20,795 (dependent on experience) p.a. pro rata

 

Cropredy Surgery is a well-established and highly regarded dispensing practice

located in the picturesque village of Cropredy with excellent transport links to the M40.

 

We have a vacancy for a qualified dispenser qualified to NVQ 2, to work 22.5 hours per week over the following days:

 

Wednesday     9 to 5pm

Thursday         9 to 5pm

Friday              9 to 5pm

 

You will be supported by an excellent, dedicated and cohesive team who put patients and staff at the forefront of care. We have a strong emphasis on a happy, sensible work life balance.

 

We need someone who is accurate with attention to detail, happy dealing with staff and patients, and flexible to cover other team members’ leave/sickness.

 

There may be potential for these hours to be increased in the future.

 

Closing date: 17th October 2020

NVQ2 Dispenser Person SpecificationNVQ2 Dispenser Job description

Cropredy Surgery reserves the right to close this advertisement when sufficient applications have been recieved

 

 

 

Full CV with details of experience to be returned to Nicci Bennett, Practice Manager, Cropredy Surgery, Claydon Road, Cropredy, Banbury OX17 1FB or emailed to Cropredy.surgery@nhs.net by the closing dates shown above.



 
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