Relief Pharmacist Manager

  • Company:
    Flame Health
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    13 hours ago
  • Category:
    Pharmacy

Job Description:

Salary up to £52,000 p.a depending on experience
No late nights or Sundays
Relocation Packages Available!

Flame Health Pharmacist are recruiting for a Relief Pharmacist store manager in Perth and Tayside.

Our client is looking for candidates to make a difference, by bringing their clients culture of customer service to life in every Pharmacy. Working in our clients Pharmacy team means being warm and welcoming with your colleagues and customers and building relationships outside the store.

Our client aims to build the best prescription experience in the UK. They’ve got a fantastic team of talented, creative and forward-thinking people that are key in helping them get there. They are wanting to expand the team with hard working, talented people to strengthen the team and help them grow.

The Pharmacists are inspiring clinical leaders, going above and beyond when providing healthcare advice in the community. Our client is looking for passionate and enthusiastic Pharmacists who can bring leadership and a commercial edge to the pharmacy, inspiring every member of the team to deliver expert clinical advice, services and exceed targets with the support of a Store Manager.

It’s an exciting period of transformation at the business, in a rapidly changing healthcare industry. The future will require change and, importantly, support to deliver it.

The candidate must possess an MPharm degree or equivalent. You will be required to have your GPhC registration upon your start date.

In addition, you will receive:

  • Highly competitive salaries

  • Generous holiday allowance including bank holidays

  • Opportunity to enrol on a Clinical Diploma incl. Pharmacist Independent Prescribing

  • GPhC fees paid

  • Pension scheme

  • Employee discount scheme

  • Superb development and career opportunities

  • Bonus scheme