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Pharmacy Dispenser- Trainee considered

Rowlands Pharmacy
Coatbridge, Scotland
Closing date
11 Jul 2024

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Pharmacy sector
Job Type
Pharmacy dispensing assistant
Are you a passionate and dedicated person looking to join a dynamic and forward-thinking team? Look no further!

Ready to make your application Please do read through the description at least once before clicking on Apply. Our pharmacy is seeking a highly motivated individual with a willingness to learn to join us as a Trainee Healthcare Partner (Pharmacy Dispenser). In this role, you will have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of our patients while advancing your career and expanding your skillset. We offer a supportive and collaborative work environment, as well as ongoing training and development opportunities. If you are ready to take your career to the next level, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Total Working Hours: 40hrs Working Pattern: Monday to Friday 9-6pm Rate of Pay: £11.63ph Branch Name: Coatbridge Branch Address: 150 Bank Street, Coatbridge, ML5 1ET You will be given the opportunity to gain the following qualifications: Healthcare Assistants Course (level 2) Medicine Counter Assistant (MCA) Once you have achieved these Qualifications you will have further opportunities to both develop yourself and your skillset! You will participate in all branch processes and establish relationships with customers, patients as well as healthcare professionals. You will assist in the delivery of all pharmacy services where appropriate. You will be an ambassador for Rowlands Pharmacy serving the community and interacting with customers on a day-to-day basis. About our company At Phoenix Group we are committed to excellence and dedicated to our customers’ needs. We deliver health, every day, all day. As a pan-European wholesaling and retail company we do that in many ways, with more than 500 community pharmacies, 13 nationwide distribution depots and over 6,000 employees. Supporting longer, healthier and happier lives is at the heart of the service that we deliver to our communities and something that we are really proud of. The ideal candidate; Self-motivated Proactive Excellent interpersonal skills Ability to prioritize workload Ability to meet deadlines Understanding of confidentiality Accurate handling of medicines Desirable Skills: Customer Service Training Experience of working in a customer focused environment INDRL

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