Many new pharmacy jobs have opened up: full-time, part-time, and relief pharmacy jobs!
Are you licensed as a RPhT? Are you located in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, or Newfoundland and Labrador? We want to hear from you!
As we approach the end of the calendar year (and the holiday season of course), many people are going to be on vacation to spend time with their families and friends— Christmas, Hanukkah, Coptic and Orthodox Christmas, and much more. This presents a great opportunity for you to get your foot in the door and make positive professional connections in the pharmacy world.
We need professionals like you to step into relief positions on statutory holidays like December 25th, December 26th, and January 1st. We also need personnel who are seeking work in the days that fall in between those statutory holidays. If you’re keen to focus on work at this time, and add to the experience on your resume, this is the best time to do so. Taking on relief pharmacy technician work shows to future potential employers that you are flexible, hard working, and committed to the core success of pharmacies, which is an essential value you must possess if you are to become a permanent employee within a pharmacy.
If you are the right candidate, with at least two years of experience, there may be part-time and full-time job opportunities for you, that stretch into the new year and beyond.
There are a whole wide range of different positions that you can take as a regulated pharmacy technician, or RPhT. You might find yourself working in a community pharmacy, where the emphasis of your work is placed on checking maintenance drug prescriptions. You might work in a hospital pharmacy. You might even work in a pharmacy production facility, where you have to meet production deadlines so that patients in a multitude of pharmacies and long term care facilities can receive the drugs they need. In all cases, you take on a role of responsibility, to ensure that patient health is maintained.
Some of our jobs are in larger towns across the Maritimes, including Halifax, Moncton, Charlottetown, or St. John’s. Other locum positions might require you to travel to more remote locations within these provinces. We want you to be upfront with us about what you are looking for, what credentials you can bring to the table, and which locations you are willing to travel to in order to take on a job.