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Home-Visiting/Domicillary Podiatrist in Birmingham Wanted

Discussion in 'Employment in the United Kingdom' started by pod at home, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. pod at home

    pod at home Active Member


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    Established home-visiting podiatry service, based in Birmingham, covering the whole of the Birmingham area, looking for a podiatrist to cover long term sick leave. Case load is primarily routine, but scope to extend practice areas and extend work hours, develop role for successful applicant.
    Employment will be on an associate contract. Applicants will need to be HCPC qualified, and ideally degree qualified; and due to area covered must be a car driver.

    At moment potential for 2 days work but this is due to present locum cover days - so scope to increase in future.

    Recent/new graduates welcome to enquire - due to the caseload we handly common sense and client skills essential.

    Please either PM me on here or email info@podiatryathome.co.uk; either with your queries or CV.
     
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