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Community Podiatrist - West Melbourne, Melbourne, Hapi One Uk

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178254478
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Community Podiatrist - West Melbourne, Melbourne, Hapi One Uk
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Community podiatrist - west melbourne


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Great work life balance
Good 'above ave' salary
Professional development and career opportunities

HAPI HEALTHCARE - AN INTUITIVE DIGITAL HEALTH COMPANY

Empowering people to live Hapi'er healthier lives

A Hapi Opportunity: Melbourne, VIC
Working as a Podiatrist you’ll be joining our team focused on working with, and supporting, a range of clients in our aged care facilities and communities to provide comprehensive podiatry assessments and treatments. You’ll be focused on developing and maintaining strong relationships with regular clients, their families, our staff and other healthcare professionals providing comprehensive assessments and diagnosis of conditions, creating and reviewing treatment plans, and applying best practice disease and wound care management.

You will need to possess:

A Bachelor’s or Masters Degree in Podiatry
Current AHPRA registration
NDIS Worker Screening Check NSW
Australian working rights
National police check
Current Covid-19 Vaccination
Your Benefits;

Professional development bonus valued at $7,000 (Internal and external)
$150 allowance towards a healthier, hapi'er you (enjoy gym memberships, massages, sneakers and more on us)
Hapi Healthcare: Who are we?
Hapi Healthcare is a Global digital and in person health provider to the Aged Care, Community and Disability industry, with over 125,000 active patients, operating in 5 countries, utilising our unique digital (HapiYou) software, enhancing and identifying care needs and communication. Our teams are passionate about the care they provide to the patients who are at the centre of everything we do.

Empower people to live Hapi'er, healthier lives with accessible and affordable social care services, we work together to provide quality care so people can live healthier, hapi'er and more independent lives. With mobile therapists based across Australia, our team provide a difference to aged care facilities and the community, nobody should have to struggle to access care on their terms, and Hapi and you can make that difference!

Hapi Benefits:
When joining our Hapi Family, you will also unlock a multitude of Perks.

Work life balance, flexible working hours
Industry leading Professional Development program equivalent to $7,000 annually, comprising of a Professional Development allowance that you can choose how you spend, monthly profession specific training events, quarterly interdisciplinary training events, industry webinar updated, journal clubs and lunch and learn sessions.

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