Praca Dla Farmaceuty W Irlandii Dublin., Dublin, Egospodarka.pl

Published 2022-09-24
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Praca Dla Farmaceuty W Irlandii Dublin., Dublin, Egospodarka.pl
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Praca dla farmaceuty w irlandii dublin.

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Opis stanowiska podany przez pracodawcę: Polonia Pharmacy poszukuje do współpracy polskiego magistra farmacji z dobrą znajomoscią języka angielskiego na poziomie B2. Chętnie podejmiemy współpracę ze studentami farmacji chcącymi odbyć praktykę w ramach programu Erasmus z opcją późniejszej współpracy stałej. Magistrom farmacji zapewniamy pomoc w procesie rejestracji w PSI - irlandzkiej izbie aptekarskiej, wymogiem niezbednym jest zdanie egzaminu jezykowego IELTS. !!!!!Czas trwania rejestracji 1 miesiąc od złożenia dokumentów. Magistrzy bedą mieli możliwość odbycia praktyki oraz pracy w pozostalych irlandzkich aptekach naszej sieci.  Wymogiem pracy w Irlandii na stanowisku farmaceuty jest certyfikat z jezyka angielskiego na poziomie B2.

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