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Supporting recruitment within Primary Care

West Kent Primary Care provides workforce support to 6 Primary Care Networks (PCNs) across West Kent offering recruitment, staff development and line management support for PCN clinical and non-clinical staff.

Since PCNs were established in July 2019 we have recruited 60 clinical and non-clinical additional roles ranging from Operation Managers, Care Coordinators, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, First Contact Physiotherapists, Physician Associates and Paramedics. We are continuing to grow and support PCNs whilst the Direct Enhanced Services are being rolled out where  we expect to recruit additional clinical staff in the future.

Alongside PCN roles we have also recruited 8 GPs with specialist role in Frailty and 20 staff to work in our Post Covid Assessment Service.

We offer a programme of structured management supervision and staff development incorporating; new starter inductions, regular one to ones, probation and yearly appraisals and access to educational and professional development. Staff have access to a wide range of health and wellbeing support and an employee assistance programme. West Kent Primary Care operate a flexible working policy allowing staff to submit flexible working requests. We also support staff who mainly work from home with the purchasing of office equipment to ensure health and safety standards are up help.

We offer favorable terms and conditions, with generous holiday and sick pay entitlement, and are able to offer NHS and NEST Pensions.

We aim to update our current vacancies page regularly.


Feedback from our 2022 staff survey

“Very impressed with WKPC as an employer. Well organised and superb management team”

“WKPC is a good place to work and I am thankful of the support, opportunities and good management it provides, not just as a employee but as a member of the public with family that are patients of WKPC”

“Very happy with the hybrid working model (mix of office and home working)”

“I feel valued and appreciated”

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