Association of Pharmacy
Technicians UK (APTUK)
The Professional Leadership Body for Pharmacy Technicians

APTUK Jobs

National Officer Recruitment

Branch Liaison Officer

Support and promote Pharmacy Technicians and the pharmacy profession, make a difference & develop your own skills & knowledge working at a National Level.


APTUK is the Professional Leadership Body for pharmacy technicians working in the UK. It is run by pharmacy technicians who give up their time voluntarily to support the profession.  APTUK’s mission to support person-centred professionalism by encouraging, in our membership, the attitudes and behaviours associated with outstanding healthcare professionals is delivered through strong, influential and representative leadership. 

To ensure APTUK is able to provide a key membership benefit of local branches, we are seeking a self-motivated and enthusiastic member who is passionate about pharmacy and will rise to the challenges of working at a National level.  You will need to be a professional role model and have strong communication and leadership skills to inform our members, non-members and stakeholders; to promote the profession and APTUK and to encourage new and retain existing members in line with our strategy.

Working in collaboration with the Communications and Membership Engagement workstream, and the wider APTUK organisation, you will lead on the branch support provided by APTUK. 

Ideally candidates will be up to date with National Pharmacy policy and strategy.  Like other APTUK roles, this is a voluntary position.  Candidates must be able to commit a minimum of 3 hours per week of their team to fulfilling this important role.

Please see the Branch Liaison Officer role specification for full details and contact Emily Wardle communications@aptuk.org or Gail Hall (see contact below), via email for further information.  

To request an application form please contact Gail Hall via email secretary@aptuk.org  

Closing date: Midnight Friday 30th October 2020  

Completed application forms should be emailed to Gail Hall secretary@aptuk.org                                      

Interviews will be conducted virtually via Microsoft Teams in the evening, date TBC shortly after closing.

 




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