Pharmacy Technician Trainee

 


Personal Data      :



  • Date Of Birth    :           27th of April, 1992

  • Nationality       :           American


Career Objective: 



  • To obtain a position that will enable me to use my strong clinical and pharmaceutical skills, educational background and teamwork abilities.


Education            :



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Pharmacy (2014) -Mansoura University– Faculty of Pharmacy – GPA ( 3.12 - Very Good )


Work Experience : 


      Internships:



  • June 2011 to October 2011 at AL-Shaymaa Pharmacy, Ahmad Maher Street
    Tel.050-23344470

  • Clinical Training at Mansoura University Hospitals
    ( Pediatric , Oncology , Urology & Nephrology and Gastroenterology )


       Employers:



  • September 2013 till August 2015 at Dr. Ahmad Atef Pharmacy in Egypt,

  • August 2015 till September 2016 as branch manager for Khalifa Pharmacy Chain in Egypt.

  • January 2016 till September 2016 as a pharmacist at EL Senbellawein general Hospital.


 


Skills and Qualifications        :



  • ICDL

  • Computer Skills (thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office programs and internet use) 

  • All in one medical course – Mansoura university

  • Communication Skills.


Languages             :



  • Fluent in English and Arabic


References              :



  • Dr. Ahmad Atef - Owner and Manager of Dr. Ahmad Atef Pharmacy- +201141536360

  • Dr. Mohamed Adel Khalifa -Owner of Khalifa Pharmacy Chain – +20100038382 


 

  • ID#: 112276
  • Location: Madison, WI , 53715

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