The Updated List of Pharmacy Job Vacancies (15 July 2021)

pharmacy jobs in nigeria

1. Ellitom Pharmacy

  1. Full time Pharmacist (Day)
  2. Locum Pharmacist (Evening and Weekends)

Location: 207 (Old 39) Obafemi Awolowo Way, Opposite OGD Estate, Osi Quarters, Ota, Ogun State.

The pharmacy mentioned above needs the services of a full-time and locum pharmacist. Send your application and CV to the emails: kola@ellytom.com or elikspharm@yahoo.com.

Call 08166044885 for full details.

2. Superintendent Pharmacist at Adcem Healthcare Limited

Adcem Healthcare Ltd is the sole representative of Fresenius Medical Care in Germany. They specialize in products for renal impaired patients undergoing dialysis.

Location: Yaba, Lagos

Requirement: Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy with at least 2-3 years of experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The pharmacist must have a working relationship with NAFDAC to help with product registration and importation. He must be GMP compliant.

The pharmacist must live in the mainland (Lagos). To apply, send your CV to the email hr_admin@adcem.com.

The closing date for application is 20th of July, 2021

3. Pharmacy Job at Action Against Hunger

The humanitarian organization with a presence in over 50 countries is currently looking for a full-time pharmacist to help in its quest to reduce life-threatening hunger in vulnerable regions.

Location: Moguno, Borno State.

Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (Licensed) with 2 years experience. Fluency in English, Hausa, or Kanuri.

The basic monthly salary is N172,695 per month with other incentives such as paid leave, fully covered health care.

Application closes on 22nd July 2021 and the pharmacist is expected to resumes work in August 2021.

To apply, visit acfinternational.applytojob.com

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