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Closing Date: 28 April, 2024

Locality Clinical Lead (Wokingham)

Reference Number: 1427

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Locality Clinical Lead, Wokingham

Salary:  £49,728 – £60,088 (Pro-rata)

Hours: Full time or part time hours available

Based: Wokingham

Contract: Permanent

Ref: 1427

Cranstoun is a charity empowering people to live healthy, safe, and happy lives. Our skilled and compassionate teams work with service users, their families, and local communities helping them to make positive changes. We are a social justice organisation and believe firmly in providing high quality, accessible services across England.

Our Wokingham service is looking for a full time Clinical Lead to help develop and drive innovative clinical practice. The successful post holder will be RMN/RGN qualified, with a supplementary/independent non-medical prescribing (NMP) qualification. The post will involve carrying out NMP duties including prescribing Opiate Substitute Therapy and managing alcohol detoxification processes and enhancing our harm reduction offer. The role also requires enthusiasm and commitment to lead and deliver new clinical initiatives in line with organisational policy and to provide clinical lead support across the Berkshire locality when required.

You will have experience of prescribing opiate substitute medication within a substance misuse service and will have a good working knowledge of current guidance and how this applies within services. You will be passionate about supporting people who use our service to achieve their goals and make positive changes to their lives.


For more information or an informal chat about the role, please contact


All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

Please note we are unable to accept CVs.

Closing date: Sunday 28th April 2024

Interview date: TBC

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