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Clinical Pharmacist (Part Time/Full Time)

Location: Exeter, UK
Salary: Competitive
Ref: AS1394
Date posted: 27th July 2018

This role can be worked on either a part-time or full-time basis. Our client provides best practice guidance to drug prescribers using state of the art data systems. They are looking for a person qualified in Pharmacy with post GPhC registration and good problem-solving skills. Your role will be to handle the entry of clinical content on the bespoke data systems whilst taking part in project work to continuously improve the work being done by the company. You will also be a first line of support for the other members of the clinical content team. The ideal candidate will have experience working with clinical content maintenance systems

The role offers a competitive salary depending on experience. This role would be ideal for a person with GPhC registration, pharmaceutical experience and experience working with clinical content maintenance systems looking to take on a new challenge in either a part time or full-time position. To find out more, apply now, or call for an informal discussion.

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