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- Employment & Regulation
- Careers Guidance
- Family & Personal
- Money Management
- Trainees (Pre-reg)
- Lifestyle & Healthcare
Looking for work: job vacancy websites
If you are looking for a job this sheet contains a list of specialist pharmacist sites, locum sites and more general job sites
Completing a job application form
This fact sheet offers guidance about application forms, and covers areas such as skills and experience, personal information and online applications
Creating a CV
This fact sheet offers information about CV writing, including formats, a check list and covering letters
This fact sheet covers job interviews and includes areas such as employer research answering tricky questions and final check list
Careers options for MPharm graduates fact sheet
This fact sheet offers alternative career guidance to pharmacists and holders of the MPharm and includes teaching, medical and scientific proof-reading, industry and regulation
This fact sheet is for GPhC registered pharmacists who are considering working as a pharmacist in another country.
This fact sheet covers setting up a professional account on LinkedIn and indcludes profiles, networking and skill endorsements.
Careers for pharmacists
This fact sheet would be useful for pharmacists who are looking for an alternative career, either within the pharmaceutical environment or in non-pharmacy-related work.
Locum fact sheet
This fact sheet is for locums and includes advice and about geting started, tax and national insurance, contracts, DBS checks and professional indemnity insurance
Locums: recovering unpaid fees
This fact sheet is for locums who may be having difficulty in recovering payment for work they have done.
Building positive workplace relationships
This fact sheet provides information about building positive workplace relationships, in particular, for those who are just starting out on their career. It also provides information about how to deal with unprofessional workplace relationships.