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Employment in Singapore

Discussion in 'Podiatry Employment' started by Yvonne Loh, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. Yvonne Loh

    Yvonne Loh Welcome New Poster


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    Hello, good day!

    We have few Podiatrist vacancies in Singapore due to expansion of new clinics and like to touch base with potential applicants to explore this.
    This is a 5 days’ work from Monday to Friday and office hours, based in an outpatient setting. Preferably the candidate should have good knowledge or experience in Biomechanics, ability to work well independently and alongside a multi-disciplinary team. Besides providing clinical care, you may get invited to participate in public seminars, educating the public on preventive foot care or conducting talks relating to foot care. Ad-hoc duties may include administration work and contributing quality improvement within the department.

    To be eligible to work in Singapore, you should have a recognized Degree/Master in Podiatry from Australia or UK and being registered with HCPC or ANZPAC will be an advantage.

    Beside the monthly basic salary pay out, the remuneration package also includes housing allowance and attractive staff benefits and bonuses pay out. There will be a one-time relocation subsidies provided to the selected candidates.

    Should you be interested to know more, please pm and I’ll be happy to share information of the job exposure/progression/recruitment processes/etc. with you. Thank you!

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  2. Mev22x

    Mev22x Welcome New Poster

    Hello, is there any podiatry assistant jobs going for the summer. I’m free from 10th June to end of August. Please let me know if that’s something you can offer.
    Thank you.
     
  3. Yvonne Loh

    Yvonne Loh Welcome New Poster

    Hello Mev22x, thanks for your enquiry! Unfortunately we do not have any short-term assignment currently, only full-time vacancies. Should we have any that matches your availability, I'll get in touch with you again. Have a great day!
     
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