Western Australia

Attractive Hourly Rate

Part Time


Mandurah – Code: PHWA57

About the Location:

Mandurah, the largest regional city in Western Australia, is a vibrant and populous destination. Situated less than an hour from Perth, this city is enveloped by stunning beaches, picturesque waterfalls, meandering rivers, and a sprawling estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour. You’ll find our client’s pharmacy just an hour’s drive from Perth CBD.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Weekday Hourly Rate: Enjoy a competitive weekday hourly rate ranging from $50 to $55, negotiable based on experience. First-year pharmacists can earn $45 per hour.
  • Weekend Hourly Rates: On Saturdays, you can earn $60 per hour, and on Sundays, it’s $70 per hour.
  • Hourly Rate on Public Holidays: Reap the benefits of an hourly rate of $85 on public holidays.
  • Relocation Assistance: Assistance with relocation is available and negotiable.
  • Partnership Opportunity: Unlock the potential for future partnership.
  • All Experience Levels Welcome: This opportunity welcomes professionals of all experience levels to apply.


About The Role:

This is an excellent opportunity to advance your skills as you join a community-based pharmacy that prioritizes work-life balance. Your responsibilities will encompass the day-to-day management of the dispensary, which includes providing counseling to customers, managing stock orders, and monitoring inventory. You’ll collaborate with a team of 3 Pharmacists and 15 Pharmacy Assistants.

  • Hours per week: 24
  • Scripts per day: 280
  • Dispense: Works
  • DAA: Yes. 100 Community Patients
  • Vaccinations: Yes, 4 to 5 per day
  • Roster: 4 to 5 days per week including a weekend shift
  • Trading hours: Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 8 pm

To Be Successful In This Role:

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy
  • Current registration with AHPRA
  • Great communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Attention to details
  • A genuine desire to build and maintain a strong rapport with the community