40055 – Wards & Dispensary Pharmacy Technician - South West England
Apex International Recruitment Ltd are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Pharmacy Technician to provide a high quality service to a hospital in South West England.
40055 – Wards & Dispensary Pharmacy Technician
Location: South West England
Sector: Public Sector Role
Duration: ASAP - Ongoing
Hourly Rate: £18.69 per hour (Umbrella Rate)
- A client of ours at an NHS Hospital in South West London is looking for a Pharmacy Technician to be wards or dispensary based – preferably with checking accreditation (ACT)
- Medicines management duties on the ward, dispensary duties including checking dispensed medicines if ACT (Accredited Checking Technician).
- Assist in the day-to-day supervision of Technicians, ATOs and student technicians.
Accommodation: Yes @ variable rates
If you are interested, then please give me a call on 01227 844488. Alternatively, you can apply for this role via our new APP. Simply search for “Apex International” on your app store and download!
To be considered for locum work you must have at least 12 months post registration experience and recent experience within a UK based hospital. You must also be registered with the GPhC If your skill set is relevant for this role, please click to apply on the link below. However, if this role doesn’t suit your current skill-set, please call Naomi for further advice.
Candidates must provide confirmation that they have valid and existing permission to live and work in the UK.
If you do not hear back from us within 5 working days of your application for this role, it means that on this occasion you have not been shortlisted for the next stage of the recruitment process.
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