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Current Job Vacancies

Chronic Disease Nurse


We are looking for a dynamic and compassionate nurse who is skilled and experienced in chronic disease to join our friendly, busy GP Surgery in Barnstaple.

You will manage patients with chronic disease (e.g. diabetes, Hypertension, CKD, CHD and AF), running specific clinic sessions and maintaining robust call and recall systems with the support of the admin team. Diagnosing, monitoring and developing individual management plans. 


A non-medical prescribing qualification would be advantageous but not essential as training can be provided.


The hours are 24 per week to be worked Wednesday 11am-8pm, Friday 8.30am-5.30pm and the 3rd day can be agreed at interview.

For an informal discussion please contact Glenys McCarthy, Nurse Manager on 01271 323443 glenys.mccarthy@nhs.net


Closing date Fri 6th Sept 2019 and interviews planned for Thursday 26th Sept 2019. If you have not heard by 18th Sept you will have been unsuccessful on this occasion.


To apply go to https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/ and search by post code EX32 9LL for easiest way to find the job.


Caretaker


Would you like to join Litchdon Medical Centre to be part of our caretaker team?


We are looking for a trustworthy and enthusiastic caretaker to work 15 hours a week.


Wednesdays 17.00 – 20.00


Thursdays 07.30 – 10.30 & 17.00 – 20.00


Fridays 07.30 – 10.30 & 16.00 – 19.00


The role involves the general caretaking of the building, security and ordering stock.


Some experience of caretaking would be an advantage but training will be provided.


Hourly rate £8.50.


Must have drivers licence. Closing date 2nd Sept and interviews 5th Sept. If you have not heard from the practice by 4th Sept you have been unsuccessful this time.


To apply go to https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/ and search by post code EX32 9LL for easiest way to find the job.


 
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