Clinical & Medical
Pharmacy Technician - Oncology - Bank
Pharmacy Technician - Oncology - Bank
Wimbledon, London | Pharmacy | Bank
Build a brighter future while you’re helping us build a healthier nation. At Nuffield Health, our approach is to fully integrate medicines into a personalised pathway of patient care. That means you’ll benefit from a way of working that allows you to do the best job you can. It’s everything you need to grow your career. It starts with you.
As a Bank Pharmacy Technician at Nuffield Health Cancer Centre London, you’ll be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and you’ll have proven post-qualification experience. It’s also important that you have excellent communication and people skills, as you’ll be working closely with our patients and a variety of clinical staff.
As a Pharmacy Technician, you will:
- Join our talented multidisciplinary team
- Deliver high-quality clinical care and advice where it’s needed
- Offer services to our oncology departments
- Be able to work accurately under pressure always paying attention to detail
As a Bank Worker, you’ll be called on to provide cover during periods of sickness, holidays or increased workload. We’ll give you a uniform and personal protective equipment. You won’t be classified as an employee, so there’ll be no fixed working pattern, or entitlement to guaranteed or continuous employment.
Nuffield Health Cancer Centre London
Nuffield Health Cancer Centre is one of the leading private hospitals in South-West London. We opened in 1983 and are located opposite Wimbledon Common. Our hospital is easily accessible from Central London and the surrounding areas.
For over 35 years, we have provided first-class independent healthcare for the local community.
Join Nuffield Health and create the future you want, today.
If you like what you see, why not start your application now? We consider applications as we receive them and reserve the right to close adverts early (for example, where we have received an unprecedented high volume of applications). So, it’s a good idea to apply right away to ensure you’re considered for this role.
It starts with you.
Wimbledon - London
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25 days + Bank Holidays, increasing to 27 days after 5 years and to 30 days after 10 years of service.
Nuffield Health Healthcare Plan
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Discounted access to secure video and telephone GP consultations and a suite of healthcare management tools, provided by digital healthcare company Doctor Care Anywhere.
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Access to our Emotional Wellbeing services and discounted virtual, telephone, and face-to-face treatment.
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Help with your application.
Once you’ve found the right role for you, you can apply online. All you need to do at this stage is submit your CV, a covering email, and a few personal details.
Our recruitment team screens all of the applications we receive. So, if they see that you’ve got the right sort of skills and experience needed for the role, your details will be passed on to the relevant hiring manager. Then, if you fit all the criteria at this stage, you’ll be invited to take part in a video, telephone or face-to-face interview.
Think about the skills and qualities asked for in the job description and show how you’ve applied those same skills and qualities in other roles. Focus on the things that will make us want to see more of you.
Your CV will contain details about why you’d be a good fit for the role, but it’s well worth adding a short, snappy paragraph pulling out the two or three most compelling reasons as to why you’d be perfect for the job in your covering email..
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