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We're Hiring! Part-Time Medical Technician/Receptionist

Momentum Foot & Ankle Clinic is looking for a part-time Medical Technician for immediate hire. The role is evolving as the practice continues to grow.

The job responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Qualifications:

Ideal candidate should possess an upbeat, friendly personality, willingness to learn and the motivation to grow with our practice. Long term opportunity for growth may become available to the right candidate.

Salary and benefits to be discussed at interview. Candidate will undergo 60 day probation period before being hired on a regular basis.

All interested candidates may apply by submitting a resume with cover letter outlining qualifications and experience to admin@momentumfac.com (or apply here).

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