Pharmacy Jobs in Harlow!

An opportunity to join a very large multiple and a household name company has arisen.

This job is based at this Pharmacy’s hub in Harlow.

Previous hub experience isn’t required, but it is slightly different to how community Pharmacy typically operates;

– A hub operates behind the scenes and there isn’t any customer interaction, not a customer facing position

– Scripts are received and the medication is made on-site

– You then take the correct medication from the warehouse

– Your main role will then be preparing and dispensing medication

– This medication then gets delivered to the public in their homes

How big are the pharmacy jobs in Harlow?

You’ll be working alongside a big team of about 30 staff members and they are currently recruiting a number of Dispensers and ACT’s. You’ll work directly under the Pharmacist, without being constantly micro managed

Because of the increased freedom you’ll have when dispensing, attention to detail is required and a genuine care for what you are doing day in day out.

Also unlike normal community Pharmacy, you’ll get your weekends off! It is only a Monday-Friday role, shift patterns may vary but they are open to conversations about what suits you best. It is a full time role.

Plenty of incentives to make working here worthwhile such as 50% off in stores, bonus schemes and progression opportunities.

If this sounds like a good role for you then hit the link below

ACT positions!

Pharmacy Dispenser Positions!

What will you be doing for these Pharmacy Jobs in Harlow?

As an accuracy checking technician for this role you will be working with the team from managing, assembling and supplying medications.

Following a clinical check by the pharmacist you will have to complete the final accuracy check.

As a Pharmacy Dispenser you will be receiving and storing medications coming into the pharmacy, you will also be requited to maintain stock of prescription medications, keep records and maintain an inventory of drugs to facilitate the role of a Pharmacist.

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