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Pharmacist Vacancy, Basildon

Employer
Prospect Health
Location
Basildon, England
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
24 Sep 2023

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Pharmacy sector
Community
Job Type
Pharmacist
Seeking an experienced Pharmacist with the drive to be proactive in providing an array of services in a community pharmacy in Basildon. The working hours and pattern for this role are as follows: 44.5 Hours per week Working Pattern; Monday - Friday 9am-530pm and alternate Saturdays 9am-1pm Key Duties Provide services Work well in a team Hands on attitude Ordering stock and ensuring that it is kept in appropriate conditions Maintaining accurate and detailed records of all medication processed through the pharmacy Offering advice on dosages, side effects and other aspects of drug interaction Package and Benefits A very competitive salary package Company Welfare Scheme Pension Scheme with contributions from the Company, and Life Insurance Cover & Membership of AXA GPhC fees paid Superb development and career opportunities Choices-benefits programme Long service awards TAHP Key Skills, Qualifications and Client Requirements It is essential you possess an MPharm degree or equivalent. You will be required to have your GPhC registration upon your start date. What Happens Next? Please click the

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button to find out more about this role. The consultant looking after this vacancy will contact you at a convenient time to share further details on about the opportunity. All interaction will be in complete confidence,

without obligation and we will NOT send your details to any practice unless you give us your permission. If you wish to talk to us in person about this job or any other suitable jobs, please email us on or call our Pharmacy team on .Please attach a copy of your most up to date CV to any emails sent for ease. Not the right job for you? Click here for more Pharmacy Jobs

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