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Podiatrist required

Discussion in 'Employment in Ireland' started by marymoore, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. marymoore

    marymoore Welcome New Poster


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    Seeking Podiatrist to join busy Dublin practice, part time basis, immediate start, Graduates encouraged to apply.
    Contact Mary/Jane by email marymoorefip@yahoo.com
     
  2. lise

    lise Member

    Hi,

    Two questions-

    What does your caseload mainly consist of?

    Would I be able to easily find work to make up a full time load?
     
  3. irish frank

    irish frank Member

    Hi mary..did u get sorted? Frank dowling
     
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