A Pharmacy Sales Assistant processes retail sales in a pharmacy. You might receive prescriptions from customers and provide advice on non-prescriptive items. Pharmacy Sales Assistants take payments and issue receipts. You might also manage stock levels and set up displays or promotions.
Pharmacy Sales Assistants should have strong customer service skills and you’ll need to be able to communicate well with a diverse range of customers. It’s important that you understand pharmacy legislation and can follow correct procedures. Pharmacy Sales Assistants must be able to handle financial transactions and have a strong knowledge of pharmaceutical products.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Pharmacy Sales Assistant.