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A HELPING HAND: MediCare pharmacists play a crucial role in communities across Northern Ireland. Read below for details if you are interested in joining the team as a pharmacy manager based in Newtownabbey
Environmental microbiologist – Norbrook Laboratories Ltd, Newry
Would you like to join the team at Norbrook – a global leader in veterinary pharmaceuticals selling products to more than 120 countries?
This Newry-based company has ambitious growth plans and needs great people to help bring them to life.
As an environmental microbiologist you will be primarily responsible for the analysis of data obtained from environmental monitoring of the pharmaceutical production cleanroom areas. This data includes microbial contamination levels from air and surface sampling and control parameters for cleanroom operating conditions such as differential pressure and air velocities.
Norbrook’s culture is based on core values: Customer Value, One Team, Results Driven, Excellence, Innovation and Quality. And at Norbrook you will enjoy lots of opportunities to learn and progress.
Pharmacy manager – MediCare Pharmacy Group, Newtownabbey
Employing over 600 staff, including 70 pharmacists, MediCare is the biggest indigenous pharmacy group in Northern Ireland.
The MediCare strap line “Caring for your Health” expresses very well its business ethos as the objective has always been to deliver to patients and customers the services and medicines they require in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
If you would like to become a part of this success story in local communities across Northern Ireland, the company is currently recruiting a pharmacy manager based in Newtownabbey.
You will ensure the effective and efficient operation of the pharmacy to maximise dispensing and services, private services, OTC sales and profit. You will also ensure that all staff working within the pharmacy comply with statutory and/or professional obligations.
Applicants must be a qualified pharmacist registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland.