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Podiatrist, Degree trained and HCPC registered wanted ASAP

Discussion in 'Employment in the United Kingdom' started by Anne McLean, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. Anne McLean

    Anne McLean Active Member


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    GLASGOW –EAST KILBRIDE. Established private practice requires enthusiastic HCPC registered self-employed Podiatrist to join our team on fee share basis. You will preferably have Private Practice experience and can deliver high quality care.

    Successful applicants will have excellent people and clinical skills, be reliable and have high professional standards in all areas of podiatry. An interest in local analgesia, nail surgery, verrucae treatment, biomechanics, homoeopathy, laser and Swift would be preferable, but the position would also suit someone willing to undertake training in these treatment modalities.

    Hours flexible, but would ideally include Mondays and Saturdays, with occasional domiciliary visits and holiday cover. Start ASAP. Please email CV with covering letter to thefootplace@gmail.com, or post to The Foot Place, 33 Brousterhill, East Kilbride, G74 1AG, or please telephone 01355 900501.
     
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