Why work for the Guild

Our people drive the success of the Guild

Our people are one of our biggest strengths. Around 250 committed individuals across Australia represent over 5,700 community pharmacies. Our members, and the important contribution they make to the health of Australians, drive our passion and commitment to community pharmacy.

View and listen to our Pharmacy of the Year winners in the short video below to see what we mean.

Our committment to staff

The Guild is committed to offering their staff a supportive and flexible work environment. Whatever stage of your career, the Guild offers rewarding and challenging opportunities in a variety of roles that encompass member services, policy, administration, marketing, accounting, business development, financial & economic analysis, education, program management, government relations, customer service, IT and human resources.

Staff Benefits

Some of our benefits include:

  • access to flexible work arrangements
  • full kitchen facilities
  • FREE coffee
  • annual flu shot and health check
  • an active social committee
  • access to an Employee Assistance Program and more.

Testimonials

Very few organisations promise AND deliver on those promises to their employees in regards to health and wellbeing of their employees, but The Guild does.

The Guild is a good place to work with positive goals and a sound strategic direction.

(Quotes from the 2016 employee pulse survey that achieved a 98% response rate)

Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report – August 2020

The Guild has lodged its annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA).

WGEA is an Australian Government statutory agency charged with promoting and improving gender equality in Australian workplaces. It is established by the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Act) and the Agency administers the Act.

Please refer to the Agency's guidelines on this process on their website www.wgea.gov.au.

Download the WGEA Public Report 2019-20 (PDF, 950.82 KB)

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Page last updated on: 20 August 2020