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1st August 2019
Mansfield, Nottingham

Accepts Tier 2 Visa

This company has confirmed the salary for this post will meet Home Office requirements for Tier 2 Visas should the successful applicant need one

Rosemary Street Pharmacy

Rosemary Street Pharmacy is a independent community pharmacy attached to a GP surgery near to Mansfield town centre. We are a busy, friendly pharmacy serving the local community, nursing homes and offer a weekday delivery service and offer a excellent training environment.

We are an independent Community Pharmacy attached to a busy GP surgery near the centre of Mansfield Nottinghamshire.

This is a busy 100 hour pharmacy employing one full time superintendent pharmacist and one full time and one part-time pharmacist. We have 14 other full time and part-time members of staff, including an ACT, a trainee technician, 8 dispensers and several counter assistants. We average 23-24K items per month and supply nursing homes and offer a delivery service.

Our team is small and friendly and very supportive, independence allows us scope to develop a good atmosphere in which to learn and progress. This will also allow us to give flexibility to encourage the right candidate.

We are offering a 37.5 hour per week contract; working hours and days are open to discussion. Competitive salary offered. We are able to sponsor a Tier 2 visa candidate, Training will be provided using the Buttercups training programme.

Mansfield is a medium sized old market town with reasonably priced accommodation available and good public transport links to Nottingham and other major towns/cities.

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