We have all had to visit the pharmacy to pick up a prescription before, and most likely you have had to pick it up from a CVS or similar drug store. CVS is one of the largest drug store chains in the country, and chances are you have a location near you. If you've ever considered working for a pharmacy, CVS is a great choice.

The easiest way to get started is to visit the CVS website. If you visit CVS.com and scroll to the bottom of the page, you will find a link under the Corporate Information heading labeled careers. Once you click on the link, you will be taken to the career page. There will once again be a link drop down hearing labeled careers and a corresponding link titled search opportunities where you look at the types of jobs available. After you have selected the job type you are looking for, you will be redirected to a page that shows corresponding available jobs and the locations.

Each job will have a description qualifications necessary. Be sure you read these sections carefully. Once you find a job you would like to apply for, there should be a button that says submit to job. There should also be buttons, that allow you to save the job, so you can come back to it later, or email it to a friend that you think might be interested in the position if you aren't. Whichever option you decide, you will be asked to register with the website using your name and email address before proceeding to the application.

One thing to know before you get started is that the CVS pharmacy job application is a very thorough process and you will need to provide a lot of information to them. Knowing this, it is critical that you spend some time reflecting about yourself, your qualifications and the strengths that you bring to the job you will be applying for. Also take note of the description and qualifications that you read through to ensure that your application/resume addresses both the requirements for the job and highlights how your strengths are aligned will with the requirements listed in the job description.

Once you've completed your CVS pharmacy job application, take a few moments to read it through again to ensure you haven't missed anything and that there aren't any errors. Then, submit your application. If CVS has an opportunity for you, they should be in touch with you shortly. If you haven't heard from them in a few days, you should check in with them to find our your status. Happy Hunting!