As the UK’s leading pharmacy-led health and beauty retailer and one of the country’s most trusted high street names, we’re evolving in the ever changing world of retail and pharmacy and the future’s looking bright.
We have over 60,000* talented colleagues working across pharmacy, optometry, in our support and distribution teams and in our 2,500* stores, plus we develop future talent on our amazing graduate and apprenticeship programmes - as well as through our award winning work experience scheme.
To help us succeed and grow the business further, we’re always looking for the best people who love driving business performance by creating those “feel good” moments for our customers and patients.
Our apprenticeships come in many shapes and sizes. Some are longer than others and some are more specialised. All our apprenticeships will give you an amazing opportunity to be part of a great team, working alongside our talented colleagues and equipping you with all the key, on-the-job skills you need to kick-start your career at Boots. You’ll also learn and grow in a real-life working environment, all while being in a permanent position and getting paid a real salary, how great is that? No matter which apprenticeship you choose, we’ll help you grow and unlock your hidden potential.
Latest Jobs from Boots
- Apprenticeship - Intermediate Level (Level 2)
- £14,000 - £15,999
- Apprenticeship - Advanced Level (Level 3)
- £14,000 - £15,999
Latest Reviews from Boots
On a normal day in Boots, I shadow a member of management opening up the store and checking to see if there are any notices or emails on what has to be done that day. Filling in the daily walk book on jobs that have to be done, including pulling from the warehouse, compliance jobs etc. Furthermore, ...
My job title was store assistant. My role as store assistant includes various tasks such as communicating with customers, re-stocking shelves , stock counting and assisting other staff members. My task varied during the day depending on what needed completing first. I would come in and discuss what ...
Work Experience student
I was on an arranged work placement from my university at the local Boots pharmacy. Since this is the degree I currently study, I was asked to shadow the pharmacist, observe patient-pharmacist interactions and ask any questions about their role in the workplace. I also looked into organising shelves...