Join our award-winning team

Caring, collaborative and can-do? PICS could be the perfect place for your career in health and social care.

Primary and community-based care is one of the most exciting sectors to be in right now. Come with us on our journey as we transform services for patients.

PICS is independently rated as an outstanding place to work by Best Companies and was named Employer of the Year at the 2021 Nottingham Post Business Awards. PICS is committed to being a caring and inclusive workplace, being the only Carer-friendly and Veteran-Aware organisation locally for both our services and workforce.

Care Quality Commission rates us as Good. We have won national recognition for innovation, value and reducing health inequalities. Since 2021, PICS has been commended in the prestigious Health Services Journal (HSJ) Value Awards and Safety Awards, Academic Health Science Network and NHS Confederation’s Innovate Awards, and the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce Business Awards.

We have lots of exciting vacancies that are all listed on NHS Jobs.

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Due to our ever-expanding workforce, we are regularly recruiting many roles. Our job profiles below give an overview of these.

Clinical Pharmacist
At PICS, we recognise the importance of the support provided by Clinical Pharmacists within PCNs. The Clinical Pharmacist will act within their professional boundaries, supporting and working alongside a team of Pharmacists in General Practice.
Pharmacy Technician
Pharmacy Technicians play an important role in complementing the Pharmacy Team and other members of the PCN multi-disciplinary team. Pharmacy Technicians work under supervision to ensure effective and efficient use of medicines.
Mental Health Occupational Therapist
We have an established team of Mental Health Occupational Therapists that are dedicated about ensuring that our patients see the right person, in the right place, first time and receive quality intervention.
Paramedics will have the clinical experience and expertise to work within the community autonomously providing a holistic approach for patients including assessment, management and treatment to deliver high quality patient care.
Nursing Associate (Trainee)
PICS recruits Nursing Associates on behalf of the PCNS. This role requires the utilisation of a wide range of clinical skills including phlebotomy, vital signs monitoring, and ECGs. As a Trainee, we support an individual with the commitment to undertake the foundation degree programme.

Social Prescribing Link Worker
Social prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing through referral to non-medical link workers. Link Workers support existing groups to be accessible and sustainable and help people to start new community groups, working collaboratively with all local partners.
Health and Wellbeing Coach
Health and Wellbeing Coaches engage with and support patients in making healthy lifestyle choices in respect to their physical and mental health in line with NHS recommendations.
GP Practice Receptionist
Our reception team have the first contact with all patients and visitors. You need to have a good listening ear, be informative and friendly, and hardworking to support the GP Team.
PICS seeks people who are dedicated, enthusiastic, shares our values and our passion for good quality patient focused care. Administrators provide administration support including dealing with patient telephone queries, record keeping and booking appointments.


Other roles exist on our Latest Vacancies page (button above).

If you are interested in an administrative role, please email PICS HR a copy of your CV and cover letter outlining why you would like to work from PICS.

Benefits of working for PICS

We offer a comprehensive package which includes:

NHS Pension 2015 Scheme (subject to eligibility)

Alternative government-based scheme (subject to eligibility)

Generous annual leave entitlement which references NHS Agenda for Change and recognises previous NHS service, starting 35 days pro rata (inc bank holidays)

Competitive leave entitlement that includes maternity, paternity and adoption leave, study leave allowance, and sickness provisions

Access to education and training opportunities, depending on your role (CPPE Pharmacy, NHS England Roadmap for First Contact Practitioners, apprenticeship schemes, support professional development)

Working in a multi-disciplinary team with support from a wide variety of professionals

A flexible approach to a work-life balance

Cycle to work scheme (subject to eligibility)

Access to Blue Light Card scheme

All staff events and conferences

Staff engagement (Wellbeing Group, EDI Network, Staff Focus group)

Personalised induction into the company and job role