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  • "Locum" work for EMIS - UKs largest supplier of GP systems

    EHIS Health systems produce half of the UKs community prescriptions and my teams data drives 40 million medical records.

    We have a number of projects coming up where we will require additional pharmacists to author clinical data. We are therefore trying a new approach and seeking pharmacists to work on a "locum" basis at our Head Office in Leeds. This is in addition to permanent places that are available.

    We require people who have good IT skills with an exceptional attention to detail as our data goes nationwide. Good communication skills are needed as we work as a close team You will be supervised by our experienced pharmacists.

    Please message me for an initial conversation if anyone wants to get away from the prescribing bench for a while and make a real difference to the future of IT.

    This could lead to more work and remote home working (or from another of our UK offices) is a possibility for the right people once full training has been received.
    https://www.emisgroup.careers/about

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    We have had a poster asking about working from home. This sounds like the perfect opportunity.
    johnep

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    • #3
      Thanks johnep - We have received a few enquiries from interested pharmacists looking for a change.
      https://www.emisgroup.careers/about

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      • #4
        My old boss sent me on a computer course in the early 80s. Got me started in computing. We were so excited to have an Apple 2 in the office with Visicalc. Made the budgets very much easier. I could also generate a price list in a few minutes compared with weeks before.
        johnep

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        • #5
          My first dispensary machine was an amstrad. Green screen and disk drive. Cutting edge at the time. My dad spent a weeks wages on a spectrum when I was 12, that got me started in computing. At school I was told I was too clever to do computing so they made me do the sciences instead.
          Funny old world sometimes.

          Thanks for use of the forum by the way. We have a few people interested in career changes so a win win.
          https://www.emisgroup.careers/about

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          • #6
            Yes, My second computer was an Amstrad I bought from a pharmacist. First was one with just a cassette.
            I used for my locum work and kept accounts on very simple acts prog. After some time I was able to use it for invoicing.
            johnep

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