At LloydsDirect (formerly Echo), we're on a mission to simplify pharmacy.
Since starting out in 2015, we've grown from a plucky tech start-up to the fastest growing pharmacy in the UK. Our apps help over half a million people to order, track and get reminders for their NHS prescriptions, all in one place.
In 2019, we joined forces with LloydsPharmacy - one of the biggest names in high street pharmacy. So today, we're an online pharmacy that's local, too. It's been an exciting journey. But really, we're just getting started.
As we prepare to take the next leap forward, we're looking for bright minds to join us - from designers and developers, through to pharmacists, clinicians and patient care advisors.
If you'd like to be a part of our inclusive and diverse teams in Shoreditch and Perivale - where we run one of the busiest pharmacies in England - we'd love to meet you.
We are a passionate and friendly group of pharmacists, dispensers, fulfilment associates, engineers, developers, designers and everything in between, working towards the goal of making it easier for people to get and manage their medicine.
We are dedicated to creating opportunities and reducing barriers for everyone, we are committed to ensuring that any forms of discrimination or biases are excluded from our recruitment and selection process, performance management and pay, and that promotion and retention is fairly granted across all our operations. We are committed to seeking 'belonging', here at LloydsDirect. The space where we represent and understand our diversity, promote and encourage our equality and inevitably create a space where we are all free to grow and demonstrate our talents...a place where we ALL belong.About The Role
You'll be responsible for carrying out the accuracy checks of prescriptions before they are dispatched to our patients. We're looking for UK-qualified Pharmacy Technician (NVQ3) willing to become an ACT to work with us to help build the future of medication supply and adherence.
You will be responsible for
Dispensing prescriptions according to internal processes
Using computer systems to generate dispensing labels
Refering problems or queries to the pharmacist
Gathering, organising, and assessing patient information
Undertaking other reasonable duties within the framework of the post as directed by the Team Leader/Line Manager
Adhering and complete in a timely manner the ACT training
Taking responsibility for completing the training tasks as stated by the ACT course
Taking ongoing responsibility to ensure the revalidation process is completed on timeRequirements
Is registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council as a Pharmacy Technician
2 years Pharmacy Technician experience
Working in a fast paced and ever-changing environment
Strong numeracy and literacy skills
Strong clinical knowledge
Reasonable ability to use technology and systems
Has a good level of spoken and written English
Can work full time (37.5 h/week), shift patterns 6am - 2pm or/and 2.30pm - 10.30pm (Monday - Friday)
Is flexible to work in shift patterns, including Saturday
Is an accurate and efficient worker
Has a can-do attitude you are prepared to roll up your sleeves and get things done
Has an appreciation for the importance of respect and confidentiality in healthcareBenefits
LloydsDirect is an amazing business to work in with a super exciting and executable vision. Our team members are rewarded well, not only from a salary perspective but also with
- £350 annual physical wellbeing allowance e.g. gym membership, dancing classes
- Enhanced maternity (13 weeks fully paid) and paternity (6 weeks fully paid)
- Pension contribution
- £500 personal learning and development budget
Plus many more exciting benefits!