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Apr 2019
Pre-registration places starting July 2020

The Opportunity:

We are a family run group of 29 pharmacies. The directors of this long-established and expanding group are pharmacists.

Many of our pharmacy managers were pre-regs with us and they continue to provide a friendly and efficient service.

We have pre-reg opportunities in:

Swindon SN5 7XT

Highworth, Wilts SN6 7AA & SN6 7DN

Marlborough, Wilts SN8 4BY

Tadley Hampshire RG26 4ER & RG26 3AN

Newbury, Berkshire RG14 7RW

Lechlade Glos GL7 3AA

Our Pre-Registration Programme:

NPA run off-site training days and mock exam to learn and to meet the other pre-regs.

NPA webinars, e-learning modules

A varied on the job programme to enable you to:

  • Be tutored and mentored by a highly experienced full-time Pharmacist Manager, whilst working in branches on the high street, in health centres or in residential areas.
  • Gain valuable experience of community pharmacy in a friendly working environment
  • Train alongside other experienced full-time dispensary and counter staff.
  • Be fully involved in providing all the pharmacy services, including provision of advice and product recommendations to patients who present at the counter with minor ailments.
  • Experience a broad range of dispensing (electronic prescriptions, NHS & private & veterinary, repeat dispensing, CDs and dossett boxes)
  • Experience and learn how to provide NMS, CPCS, Flu vaccination, Smoking Cessation, Supervised Methadone Consumption and Needle Exchange. You'll also learn how to operate a Healthy Living Pharmacy.

Opportunity to rotate through our other branches to experience:

  • Travel clinics
  • Prescribing pharmacist clinics
  • Care home dispensing

Salary and hours:

  • Salary £22,500 / year + accommodation contribution in some areas
  • 20% Staff discount
  • 5 day working week (Monday - Friday)
  • 4 weeks paid annual leave plus Bank Holidays
  • The opportunity to stay with the company after completion of your pre-reg year.

To apply:

  • Please send your CV to corrin@hamcparland.co.uk
  • Contact Corrin on 07785 794149 for more details.
  • Please note we are not able to offer tier 2 visa sponsorship.
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