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CVS Job Application

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They were founded in 1963 in Massachusetts, and today there are over 8,000 separate locations in the United States.

They have a huge customer base.


Types of Jobs

There are many entry level positions at CVS, including sales associates, pharmacy technicians, and cashiers. Other jobs include supervisory roles, such as pharmacy supervisor, pharmacists, assistant and general managers, as well as corporate roles.

Cashiers start out at minimum wage, and can see their pay go up to as high as $9 per hour. Other positions can range from $10 to $12 per hour. Managers see a wide array of pay, depending upon their role within the store, experience, and how successful their store is. Pay here starts out around $40,000 for general managers, but can go up as high as $60,000 if they prove to be successful.

Corporate roles can pay much better than this, especially if there is a lot of responsibility within the job, like a financial analyst or an attorney would have.

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Why CVS?

CVS is one of the most widely used chain pharmacies in the U.S., bringing a lot of name recognition with it. They are a staple store in many communities, and have a customer loyalty program designed to keep them there. Jobs at CVS are very stable as this company is not going anywhere, and they offer great employee benefits to fulltime employees such as health and life insurance policies, complete with prescription drug coverage, 401(k) retirement account access, and paid time off.

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Who Can Apply?

To apply for a part time position at CVS, you need to be at least 16 years old. Fulltime jobs require you to be 18 years old. Applicants do not need to have a high school diploma, but this is helpful if you wish to move up within the company. Managers should have a degree or GED, and in some cases, a college background may be required. However, the most important trait that’s looked for by hiring managers is an ability to work well with others and a desire to help customers.

What’s Expected?

Pharmacies are regulated by many laws, and CVS employees are expected to know and follow all of them that apply to their position. There are many privacy laws that need to be adhered to as well. Employees should fully participate in rewards programs, too, and encourage customers to sign up for loyalty programs, as these have shown that they do a lot toward helping with customer retention.

The employees that fare the best here are those that have great people skills, are willing to work hard, and are always prompt with their attendance. These traits alone will take you a long way in this company, and refining them before you apply can help you a lot.

Tips for Gaining Employment

You can apply to work at CVS either in store, or online. If you wish to apply online, go to the bottom of their home page and under the Corporate Information header, click on the “Careers” link. In this section, you can search through job openings, both local and not. Find the right one for you, then begin the application. They break down their job postings by hourly, managerial, and pharmacy based careers. Dedicate more than enough time solely to this so you can be complete and as accurate as possible. 45 minutes should be enough to ensure this. If you have a resume already made, this can speed up the process, just make sure that the work experience you list is indicative of what you’re capable of within your new career path.


External Resources

When you have your interview, dress professionally, be on time, and bring a copy of your resume with you, even if you’ve already shared the information on it on your application. When you interview, be sure to answer questions directly, but also prepare a few of your own questions too for the end. Hiring managers like when applicants do this because it indicates that they have put serious thought into the job and are genuinely interested in a position.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1474159719742{margin-top: 0px !important;border-top-width: 0px !important;padding-top: 0px !important;}”]

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