Are you a pharmacist with at least two years of professional experience? Are you fluent in French? Do you love to ski in the winter and hike in the summer?
Then check out this terrific long-term temporary position for a bilingual French pharmacist in Denver, Colorado.
This long-term position (up to two years) will see you working the day shift between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday-Friday for a total of 40 hours each week.
Nights and weekends off!
Which means you’ll be able to enjoy all that Denver offers. And Denver offers a lot.
Ski in winter at some of the best ski resorts found in the United States in the Rocky Mountains just an hours’ drive or so from Denver.
Enjoy hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, camping and so much more in those Rocky Mountains in the summer.
If you enjoy great cuisine, Denver has it and then some. Long known for its great steakhouses, the c ity has seen an influx in recent years of creative chefs who are establishing their own restaurants in the Mile High City. What great fun it will be to explore their offerings.
If you love to shop, Denver won’t disappoint, as you’ll find great shopping opportunities in Denver Pavilions, LoDo, Larimer Square, as well as the small and independent boutiques in the Cherry Creek Shopping District.
If you wish to explore Denver’s Wild West heritage, you’ll be able to visit Buffalo Bill’s gravesite as well as the new and state-of-the-art History Colorado Center.
If you love roller coasters, check out the rides at Downtown’s Elitch Gardens, or the more family-oriented rides at Lakeside Amusement Park. There’s also the 64-acre Water World for wet fun in the summer.
Museum lovers will enjoy the Denver Art Museum for fine works of art. Budding paleontologists will love to discover the Museum of Nature & Science’s dinosaur bones. Don’t pass up the chance to see the hidden gems of the Museo de las Americas as well as the Black American West Museum.
The city offers more than 4,000 acres of traditional parks and parkways, including an additional 14,000 acres of mountain parks as well as 2,500 urban park acres.