Supervising Pharmacist Manager – Swords

Full Time // AnywhereSalary: N/A


Cpl Healthcare in association with our client are currently seeking a Supervising Pharmacist Manager for an exciting opportunity in Swords.

The successful applicant will be a self-motivated and enthusiastic individual with excellent people skills with a passion for building relationships within the community.

This opportunity will be offered on a fulltime permanent contract and successful applicants are expected to work 40 - 42 hours per week with alternate Saturdays and one Sunday per month

This opportunity would suit pharmacists with a keen interest on the management of a pharmacy.

Key Requirements;

  • Passion for community pharmacy and customer interaction.
  • Must be driven and capable of maintaining but also growing the dispensary business
  • A genuine commitment to delivering and maintaining excellent customer care in the community based pharmacies
  • Good organisational skills
  • Commercial experience is an advantage
  • Excellent support staff, full Head Office back-up.
  • 3 years registered with the PSI


  • Excellent Salary on offer (DOE)
  • Lucrative bonus structure
  • Head Office support
  • Local community pharmacy with long term customers

All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence.

To apply for this vacancy or for further information please contact Stephen on 01 4825424 or forward your updated CV to


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