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Job Title: HR Administrator

Salary: £18,000 to £19,200

Overview of the Role:

A new and exciting role has arisen within Newcastle Central Primary Care Network for an enthusiastic PCN HR Administrator.

Newcastle Central PCN comprises of 6 member GP Practices in working together to provide patient care to a population of just over 40,000. We are a very forward thinking and innovative PCN who utilises to the full, the skills and experience of our team members.

Your role will involve working remotely and working physically at each Practice location. Therefore, your own transport is essential.

We are now looking for administrative and HR support for our small management team and our growing team of clinicians.

Main duties of the job

The PCN HR Administrator will assist the members of the PCN in their collaborative work and provide a central source of administrative and HR support. You will work with other members of the PCN clinical team including Clinical Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Paramedic and more.

The role will involve working closely with the practice teams and ARRS staff to support PCN working across the Newcastle Central population in North Staffordshire. As a highly motivated individual, the post holder will be expected to provide high quality co-ordination support across a range of services delivered by Newcastle Central PCN. This is a fast-paced environment that requires excellent organisational skills.

PCN: Newcastle Central PCN 

Job Title: Physician Associate

Salary: £40,056

Overview of the Role:

This is an exciting opportunity for the ‘right’ person wishing to develop their clinical and management practice in a fast moving PCN in the heart of the community. The supervising team have a wealth of experience in general practice which will undoubtedly provide the opportunity for the new appointee to develop their knowledge and shape the position within a dynamic clinical team.

Main duties of the job

As Physician Associate, you will work as part of the Team using a wide range of the skills you have including (but not limited to);

  • Care planning
  • Supporting GPs with managing results
  • Supporting GPs with their paperwork.

As the Physician Associate you will act within your professional boundaries, providing care for patients from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of their care under the supervision of a GP. You will show safe clinical decision-making and expert care for patients within the general practice, in consultation with the duty GP. You will work with the multi-disciplinary general practice team to support the delivery of policy and procedures and meet the needs of patients. Supervision and mentoring will be provided by the appropriate senior medical staff - the type of support will depend on the post holder’s skills and knowledge and determined by our clinical governance arrangements.