If you missed our exciting news, we announced recently that Clarity Locums UK are expanding into the permanent recruitment market! We’re delighted to provide UK pharmacists with the opportunity to find full time employment through Clarity, and continue to provide the same great level of service as we do with our locums. We will be hiring a number of positions from all areas of the pharmaceutical industry. Read more about the different types of positions below.
Whether you’re looking for a support or supervising pharmacist position, you can find it with Clarity. Both types of pharmacists play a vital role in assessing patient needs, providing expert advice, and dispensing medications in compliance with regulations and best practices. If you’re looking for a little more responsibility, a supervising position may offer you the career satisfaction you’re looking for, providing you have the relevant experience.
If you possess advanced clinical skills and are authorised to prescribe medicines independently, this role offers an opportunity to have a significant impact on patient care across the NHS. As an independent prescribing pharmacist, you will work closely with other healthcare professionals, ensuring optimal medication management and enhancing patient experiences.
ACTs play a crucial role in the smooth running of a pharmacy, with duties including double-checking prescriptions and ensuring that the correct medicines and dosages are dispensed.
Laboratory technicians perform a variety of laboratory tests and experiments, supporting research, development, and quality control processes to aid the development of new medicines.
Pharmaceutical microbiology involves the study of the specific microorganisms associated with the development, scale-up, and manufacture of pharmaceuticals.
In the digital age, data analysis has become increasingly essential in pharmaceutical research and development. As a pharmaceutical data analyst, you will analyse and interpret complex data sets, providing valuable insights that inform decision-making processes and contribute to advancements in the field.
The role of marketing specialists is crucial in effectively promoting and communicating the benefits of pharmaceutical products and services. By leveraging your marketing expertise, you will play a pivotal role in raising awareness, educating stakeholders, and driving market growth.
If you have excellent communication skills and a passion for building relationships, working as a pharmaceutical sales representative may be the perfect fit for you. You’ll be required to form connections with healthcare providers, promote and sell pharmaceutical products, and contribute to improving patient care.
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