RPS is changing its local engagement model in Scotland and replacing the regional local practice forums with RPS local aligned to NHS Boards and creating several new funded roles as RPS Local Coordinators. This is an exciting opportunity to work with the dynamic team in Scotland. The RPS Local Coordinator’s role includes;
- Working with the RPS team and local members to coordinate the delivery of RPS and local hot topic professional practice development events.
- Developing RPS Locals as the focus for innovation, inter and intra-professional practice development, quality in practice and research.
- Supporting the development of RPS Locals as an opportunity for networking, mentoring and engagement in RPS professional programmes.
The ideal candidate will be a pharmacist and member of the RPS with excellent communication skills, knowledge of local stakeholders and have a passion for developing pharmacy practice. The posts are suitable for early year pharmacists.
Please share this opportunity with your colleagues who might be interested via the full advert.
For more information on this role, see the full role description (for Scotland and/or Wales) and details on how to apply at: http://www.rpharms.com/vacancies. You can also email [email protected] for more information.
There are 12 posts in Scotland (including 1 national role to cover the island health boards and remote and rural areas)
Closing date for applications: 11th May 2017
Annamarie McGregor MRPharmS
Practice Development Lead