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Type: Career Opportunities

PT or FT Practitioner

Employer/Practice: All Seasons Acupuncture
Address: 222 N. Lafayette Street, Suite #24, Shelby, NC 28150
Phone number: (980) 404-9477
Email Address: autum@allseasonsacupuncture.com
Web Address: http://allseasonsacupuncture.com/

Job/practice location

Shelby, NC

About the Employer

All Seasons Acupuncture is the only Chinese Medicine clinic in Shelby, NC and all of Cleveland County. Serving a small, but tight knit, rural community with a growing evolving uptown center where the clinic is located. Shelby, NC is situated one hour and 15 minutes or less from three Metropolitan cities of various sizes; Charlotte NC, Asheville NC, and Greenville/Spartanburg, SC. All three have airports, amazing medical communities, universities, shops, restaurants, and entertainment.

Job Description

A busy and fast growing Chinese Medicine clinic in Shelby, NC is looking to bring on a new practitioner. This is an independent contractor position that can be full or part time. An ideal candidate would be someone who is looking to relocate to a slower paced and affordable community. However, the clinic owner commutes from Asheville, NC and would consider a practitioner who is willing to commute if they are the right fit.

Qualifications

The right candidate should have a strong desire to educate, create and lead by example inside and outside the clinic, as this is our mission statement. They should also have a strong interest in sports acupuncture, orthopedic acupuncture and pain management. Self confidence, time management, and multi-tasking skills are a must.

Short Description

Seeking PT or FT Practitioner

How to contact

If you are interested in this position please send a cover letter and resume to: autum@allseasonsacupuncture.com. In your cover letter please tell us: Why you would be a good candidate? What are your hobbies outside of your professional life? What is the newest skill you have learned to add to your Chinese Medicine tool belt? And why you chose to learn it?

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