VACANCY for an Independent Committee Member


VACANCY for an Independent Committee Member

September 29, 2020

Do you have a passion for pharmacy? Do you want to help shape the future of pharmacy both locally and at a national level? We need you!

We have a vacancy for an independent contractor or contractor representative to join the committee.

Expressions of interest in joining the committee to be sent to Tania Farrow using the email address below by Monday 19th October 2020.

All independent contractors or their authorised representative are eligible to put themselves forwards for committee membership. We would particularly welcome interest from contractors in the Waveney area to ensure that the views of this locality are well represented.

LPCs need committed members with a passion for community pharmacy to ensure contractors are well represented, both locally and nationally, to secure a sustainable future for the sector. We would very much encourage anyone in the independent sector, with an interest in carrying out a wider role within community pharmacy, to put themselves forward for this vacancy.

If you want to know what being an LPC committee member involves, contact Tania Farrow on or click on the link: LPC Guide for Prospective Members

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