Trainee Pharmacists

Our Trainee Pharmacists are a valuable asset to the company and its future success. You don’t just join the company, you become a part of our family. Embracing the “Day Lewis Family Culture” and becoming an integral member of the community.

What can you expect from Day Lewis?

The Day Lewis Foundation training programme consists of several key components to support with exam preparation and meet the GPhC interim learning outcomes, as well as develop and equip you with management and leadership skills. We consistently achieve an above average pass rate and if offered a position after passing the assessment, you will go on to join our extended 2 year support programme for Newly Qualified Pharmacists.

The foundation training programme has been designed to help trainees become confident and competent qualified Pharmacists in a supportive environment. All our trainee pharmacists attend monthly training sessions to ensure that all aspects of the assessment framework are covered.

To find out more about our trainee pharmacist programme, click here to read Dionne’s story. 

Why join our programme:

  • Variety of locations in the UK
  • Partnerships with Hospital, GP Surgeries, and Industry
  • 28 days holiday including bank holidays
  • 30% staff Discount
  • Pension Scheme
  • Travel Scheme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Training and Development
  • RPS Fees Paid
  • Personal Development Training – Management and Leadership Skills

If you have any questions about our Foundation training programme, please e-mail onboarding@daylewisplc.co.uk

The Benefits:

  • Statutory pension scheme
  • GPhC professional fees reimbursed (if applicable)   
  • Employee discount
  • Company sick pay
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity Leave
  • Employee assistant program
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Refer a friend scheme 

Why Day Lewis

Here at Day Lewis we place a great deal of emphasis on investing in, training and developing our people by continually reviewing our people strategy to ensure working for us is rewarding.