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Wheatbelt - Gingin

Vacancy Number: 1009

Chiropractor

About the Role Vacancy for a part time Chiropractor at a private practice in Gingin. 1-2 hours per week training will be provided 2 weeks prior to commencement. The successful applicant will receive two handover shifts prior to praciticing solo. All administrative work will be done by the practitioner. There are basic electronic payment facilities, and the waiting room is shared with the dentist and massage therapist. Practitioners are expected to manage the phone, bookings and payments. The business is very self sufficient, patients generally understand the procedures. Duration of the contract is flexible, but is expected to be 6-12 months.
Experience & Skills AHPRA registration as a Chiropractor.
What's on Offer The practitioner will be employed on a subcontractor employment arrangement. 40% during handover, 50% for 3 months of probation, and 60% for the remainder, with the potential to increase to be discussed during an interview.
Practice Type Private Practice
Full Time / Part Time Part time
Days / Hours 0.1-0.2FTE
Benefits Dependant on experience
Map of Wheatbelt

Wheatbelt

The Central Wheatbelt area covers an area of approximately 85,000 square kilometres. The population is widely dispersed across the region, with major service centres at Narrogin, Northam, Merredin and Moora, with an economy based largely on agriculture.

It is a charming region of small farming communities dotted over a landscape of wheat fields and sheep pasture. The environment of the Wheatbelt is quite varied. The Avon region close to Perth is known for its lush environment, thanks to its relatively high rainfall. The coastal region supports fishing and aquaculture, while the warm, dry inland areas are suited to agricultural industries such as wheat and sheep farming.

The region has extensive educational, health, recreational and cultural services and is home to the C Y O'Connor College of TAFE and Curtin University's Muresk Institute of Agriculture. The region also offers affordable housing and business premises.

More than 40 doctors work in the region, mostly in private practice.