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Full Time Podiatrist Vaccancy, Leeds-Harrogate

Discussion in 'Employment in the United Kingdom' started by Foot1st, Feb 18, 2015.

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    We are looking for enthusiastic HCPC registered Podiatrists to join the team in our multi-disciplinary clinics in Harrogate and Leeds town centres.

    Ideally, we would like people with experience in working with orthotics and have a good knowledge of foot biomechanics as well as nail surgery and diabetic podiatry.

    Candidates must have excellent clinical skills and enjoy working with people. You will need to have good communication skills, be patient centred, self motivated and work well within a team of Podiatrists and Physiotherapy practitioners.

    The role will involve new patient assessments, treatments and follow up of patients within the core Podiatry service, including patients with diabetic problems.

    Competitive rates of pay are available to suitable candidates, with options to develop within the company, including the potential to train in laser therapy treatments.

    More information on us and our clinics is available at www.foot1st.co.uk
     
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