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Podiatry position opportunity in rural Nova Scotia, Canada

Discussion in 'Podiatry Employment' started by Karey Fleming, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. Karey Fleming

    Karey Fleming Active Member

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    HealthWalks Inc. is the leader in foot care in Northern Nova Scotia, offering a clinic and shoe store combination. Owned by Karey Fleming, pedorthist we offer foot care nursing, reflexology and in the past year added a podiatrist from the UK with fantastic results. Because of this podiatry success, we are looking at expanding that service to a neighboring town in Truro which is considered the Hub of Nova Scotia. This is a unique opportunity for an intrinsically motivated individual who is community centered and has the confidence and ability to market themselves with local doctors and speak at events in the community. Due to the shortage of podiatrists in Nova Scotia, we are prepared to assist with the immigration process, being very familiar with this due to our first podiatrist's experience. Regular salary of $50 000 CA is required for the initial 2 years. Once permanent Canadian Residency is established, there is an opportunity for a number of payment/ownership/bonus options. If this sounds at all interesting, please start by reviewing our very active Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HealthWalks/ see if you can see yourself fitting in here with our team and our customers. We believe in doing serious things in fun ways!
    Then send your resume to karey@healthwalks.ca with a paragraph about your interest in rural Nova Scotia. If there appears to be a match, a Skype discussion will follow immediately. Come join our dynamic team and live the slower paced life of Nova Scotia!

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