Course Reference: Helper2023/03
Course Title: Drugs in Breastmilk (DIBM) Volunteer Pharmacists
Number of places available: 4 additional
Course start date: September 2022
Course end date: January 2023
Day and time of sessions: Friday mornings at 10am
Duration: 7 units over 3 months
Assignments to be completed by: January 2023 (date to be agreed with Tutor)
Course venue: Zoom
Closing date for applications: 23/08/2022
Proposed interview date (if applicable): 24/08/2022, 31/08/2022 or 01/09/2022 to be arranged
DBS/PVG required: Yes (BfN will arrange this at no cost to volunteers)
In addition to the standard Helper course entry requirements, this course is specifically for those who already hold a Degree in Pharmacy, are registered with the GPhC and hold (or will hold) their own Professional Indemnity Insurance. Please refer to the full Role Description below before deciding whether this course is suitable for you.
We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic volunteers, LGBTQ+ volunteers, volunteers with disabilities and volunteers living in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland as we would like to increase the representation of these groups at BfN. We strive for our workforce and volunteers to be representative of the communities that we serve and we know that greater diversity will lead to even greater results for breastfeeding mothers.
How to apply:
If you are interested in being considered for this position please complete the online application form found at the link below.
Please note the course pre-requisites detailed within the Role Description and ensure you detail how you meet these within your application.
Please be aware that, due to Covid-19 restrictions currently in place, recruitment staff are working from home and therefore we cannot accept postal applications at this time. If this is a barrier to you applying, please contact us as at the earliest opportunity so that we can support you to apply.
- Application Form – please ensure you meet the essential criteria in the Role Description (below)
- Drugs in Breastmilk Volunteer Pharmacist Role Description
If you have any questions about the course, voluntary role or application process, please email email@example.com or telephone 0844 412 0995.