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Temporary Chiropodist/podiatrist needed for coverage

Discussion in 'Podiatry Employment' started by Karey Fleming, Nov 9, 2020.

  1. Karey Fleming

    Karey Fleming Active Member


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    Come live in the Atlantic bubble where CoVid numbers are low and you can still enjoy being in your community eating out, attending some sporting events and shopping.

    We are looking for a Canadian chiropodist/podiatrist to cover while we are in the process of immigrating staff. This could be up to 4-6 months term position. Great for a new grad who wants some experience to make their resume more attractive or for someone wanting to enjoy Nova Scotia outdoor sports for a limited time. Relocation assistance may be available.

    Michener grads may work in Nova Scotia by becoming a member here: https://podiatryns.com. You need not be registered anywhere else to practice in Nova Scotia.

    Open to speaking about your needs to relocate. Check out our website and active Facebook page to determine if you are a good fit. E-mail me to begin a conversation about how this can be a win win situation.
    https://www.healthwalks.ca
    karey@healthwalks.ca
     
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