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Part-time Musculo-skeletal/Sports Podiatrist required in Edinburgh

Discussion in 'Employment in the United Kingdom' started by edinburghpod, Dec 24, 2009.

  1. edinburghpod

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    We are looking for a dynamic, forward thinking, enthusiastic and motivated musculo-skeletal Podiatrist to join our team as an associate on a fee sharing basis.

    The position is mainly biomechanics and gait analysis related, with a high percentage of sports injuries. There is a small amount of routine at present but looking at ways to change this. It would suit someone with at least 2/3 years post qualified experience.

    Excellent long term prospects are available for the right candidate!

    Please private message me for further details.
     
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