Not just a job…
You’ll experience them all at London Drugs. As one of Canada’s fastest-growing and most successful retail chains, we know what it takes to build a satisfying career. We are seeking innovative, customer focused people to join our team! We currently have opportunities for:
Regulated Pharmacy Technician
London Drugs is a proud Canadian company based out of Richmond, BC and operating 80+ stores in Western Canada. Our focus is optimal patient care using semi-private counselling booths, counselling rooms, advanced robotic dispensing technology, monthly clinical programs and a cooperative team of pharmacists, regulated pharmacy technicians and pharmacy assistants. Regulated Pharmacy Technicians have the opportunity to participate in several professional roles including Travel Medicine, INR monitoring, CDE, and Long term care. Our commitment to a professional environment, hard work and dedication to the community support the ethics we follow every day. The superior healthcare and well-being of our customers is our ultimate goal. Join our team, where pharmacy has been trusted since 1945.
You will be responsible for assisting the Pharmacists and Pharmacy Manager with daily operations of the Pharmacy Department. Duties will include customer service, telephone inquiries and general housekeeping duties. Additionally, you will operate the pharmacy computer and assist in the processing of prescriptions and preparation of prescriptions. Other responsibilities will include involvement of ordering and receiving drug orders and management of the pharmacy department inventory. If you are looking for a challenging position in retail pharmacy and have the professionalism, commitment to excellence and drive to join our team, London Drugs is the place for you.
Regulated pharmacy technicians must have completed all required national and provincial Regulated Pharmacy Technician programs and passed the exams. Regulated Pharmacy Technicians must also be registered with the respective College of Pharmacy in the province of employment.
The successful candidate will have the following:
Registration with the College of Pharmacists (in the province of employment) is mandatory.
Good interpersonal skills when dealing with clients, staff, & management.
- Good communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Self-starter with a high level of enthusiasm.
- Ability to relate to all levels of customers and their needs.
- Ability to work quickly and accurately under pressure in a very fast paced environment
- Ability to work as a team player and have a team approach
- Basic computer skills.
- Experience preferable.
We offer advancement opportunities through our promote-from-within policies, salaries commensurate with experience, as well as a comprehensive benefits program including:
Helping you plan for your future with Company matched RRSPs
- Comprehensive medical, dental, prescription and vision coverage for you and your family
- Lifelong learning through ongoing in-house training & education courses
- Employee discounts
- Post secondary Entrance Scholarships for you or your children
Applicants must be available to work a flexible schedule, Monday to Sunday.
If you possess the necessary skills and expertise and would like to join an exciting team of professionals please apply now.
We are an equal opportunity employer. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work applicable to this position and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. Be advised, London Drugs DOES NOT use third party recruitment services.