Number of Vacancies: 
1
Salary: 
N/A
Hours per week: 
38-40
Start Date: 
29th July 2019
Location: 
15-19 Crayford Road, Alvaston, Derby, DE24 0HL

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It is very unlikely that the salary for this post will meet the Home Office requirements for Tier 2 Visas.

EJ's Pharmacy

We are currently recruiting to fill the positions of TWO pre-registration trainees within our organisation for 2019-20.

EJ’s Pharmacy is a small independent chain located in Derby with a longstanding local history.
We have good links with the local surgeries allowing for the trainees to gain cross-disciplinary experience should they so wish.
The pre-registration tutors assigned for this year have substantial experience in community pharmacy and maintain links across the region enabling the provision of diverse perspectives should the trainee require additional training.

EJ's pharmacy currently boasts a 100% pass record with respect to the Pre-registration examination and will endeavour to ensure the successful candidates maintain this.

Suitable candidates to start late July, 2019 (some flexibility will be allowed to accommodate the successful applicants) and will be assigned to our Derby branches.

The right candidates will be offered a one year placement to gain training in providing community pharmacy services, show competence in statutory & professional standards as set by GPhC & prepare & undertake the GPhC registration exam.
Develop competencies via training & regular appraisals to provide excellent professional services.
Assist in operations & dispensing ensuring safety & clinical efficacy.
Counsel patients under supervision.
Engage in appraisals with the tutors, attend & complete all courses & meetings & be responsible for self directed learning to collect a portfolio of evidence to show competences as per company & GPhC requirements.
Liaise with other healthcare professionals & organisations like NHS England.
Respect customers & staff confidentiality as per the Data Protection Laws.
Comply with Health & Safety aspects & safe use of equipment.

Candidate Profile

The ideal candidate should demonstrate:

  • a talent for communication
  • customer focus
  • planning and organising skills
  • self-drive and enthusiasm
  • the ability to solve problems
  • the ability to work as part of a team
  • a degree of commercial awareness

The Buttercups Training Pre-reg Programme

Each trainee will attend a Buttercups Pre-registration Programme of Study days during the year.

The days are designed to support your placement and help prepare you for the registration assessment.

Topics covered include:

  • New Style Calculations Questions
  • New Style Mock Registration Assessment
  • Responding to Symptoms
  • Women's Health and Childhood Ailments
  • Pharmacy Law and Ethics
  • Clinical Topics by BNF/BNFC Chapter
  • The Drug Tariff & NHS Contract
  • Elastic Support Hosiery and Trusses
  • Stomacare & Appliances
  • Dermatology & Wound Management
  • Self-awareness & Communication Skills
  • First Aid Training
  • Tutor Training
  • MUR Accreditation Assessment