Quinns Podiatry is a busy practice with 2 podiatry clinics per day Monday to Saturday catering for a wide range of podiatric treatments from general foot care, nail surgery and diabetic assessments to pain management for back and lower limb pain using biomechanics and mobilisation techniques.
The position is currently part time but could become in time become full time with clinics at our sister practice at Drovers Podiatry.
Fast paced and friendly environment podiatry clinic
Mix of clinic and aged care podiatry
Graduates are encouraged to apply
We are a modern and fast growing clinic, based in Mandurah. We have quickly established ourselves as a trusted name in the community. To sustain this fast growth, we are seeking a professional and enthusiastic podiatrist to join our team on a part-time. Days and hours are negotiable.
Qualified Podiatrist with Australian recognised degree
Current registration with AHPRA
National police clearance certificate
Current driver license and own reliable vehicle
Orthotics and biomechanical assessments
Required Skills and Experience
Previous Podiatry experience preferred, but not essential
Aged Care experience preferred, but not essential
Recent graduates considered and encouraged to apply
The successful applicant must possess excellent interpersonal skills and willingness to learn. You will need to be able to cope with our fast paced environment and incorporate new treatment modalities, and in return be offered the opportunity to gain a broad range of podiatry experience and exposure.
Azure Health Group are looking for new Podiatrists to work in clinics located both North and South of the River.
New Grads are welcome to apply! Receive great clinical support from our senior podiatrists and learn new skills at our monthly CPDs.
We offer flexibility with your hours on either a permanent or casual contract – whichever suits you best! We can also work with you to place you at a clinic that sees patients presenting with conditions that interest you, such as high-risk diabetic care or biomechanical issues.