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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by cazmate, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. cazmate

    cazmate Welcome New Poster


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    Hi
    My name is Caroline, and i have just recently graduated from Salford University, this is my first post and i am currently looking for part time work as a podiatrist. Previous to studying podiatry, i was an NHS podiatry assistant and still do occasional bank PA work.
    My clinical skills are good and i have good communication skills with patients, due to my past job , however being newly qualified i realise i still have experience to gain from the right company.
    Thanks to anyone kind enough to reply or give me their advice.
    Caroline
     
  2. happyfeet2

    happyfeet2 Member

    Hi Caroline,

    Are you looking for employment in Australia?

    Cheers,
    Kim
     
  3. cazmate

    cazmate Welcome New Poster

    Hi Kim
    I would love to work in Australia, but i have a family and one child receiving regular hospital care, so thank you very much for your reply, but i would have to decline your offer, due to my family committments.

    but thanks anyway
    Caroline.
     
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