Contractor and LPC leadership job opportunity at PSNC

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Contractor and LPC leadership job opportunity at PSNC

September 2, 2020

Are you passionate about the community pharmacy sector?

PSNC is searching for a new Director to join our Leadership Team. This enhanced role, which has been vacant since the start of the year, will help to ensure that community pharmacy contractors and LPCs continue to be at the heart of everything that PSNC does.

The new Director of Contractor and LPC Support will have a track record of establishing solid relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders – sometimes with competing interests – and will be recognised for their diplomacy and integrity. They will bring an entrepreneurial approach to the role and a commitment to go the extra mile for our 11,400 community pharmacies and 70 LPCs in England.

This is a senior position and the successful candidate will have had significant leadership experience and be able to demonstrate profound resonance with the community pharmacy sector. A high degree of resilience to cope with the pressures and demands the role brings is a prerequisite.

PSNC recognises the enormous benefits of increasing diversity throughout our organisation and welcomes applications from candidates from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences.

Notionally based in London, salary is competitive.

Job Description: Director of Contractor and LPC Support

Applications (short covering letter of no more than 500 words and an up-to-date CV) to chiefexec@psnc.org.uk by close of business 14th September 2020.

No recruitment agencies please.

Background

The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) is recognised by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care as the only body that represents all NHS Community Pharmacy contractors in England. We are the national negotiator for the Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework and are committed to promoting and supporting the interests of all NHS community pharmacies and the range of high quality services they perform – and fighting for appropriate funding in return. As a result, we work very closely with Local Pharmaceutical Committees to support their role as the local NHS representative organisations.



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