Chiropodist – Black Health Initiative


Rexdale Community Health Centre

The Rexdale Community Health Centre (the “Centre”) is a vibrant, multi-service organization dedicated to providing essential primary health care, settlement services, community support, health promotion, and community development to a diverse population. We are currently seeking a passionate and dedicated Full-Time Chiropodist/Podiatrist to join our Chronic Disease and Prevention Management department, working primarily with our diabetes education team to support clients at risk or currently diagnosed with diabetes.Why Join Us?Meaningful Impact: Work directly within the community, contributing to a Black Health initiative aimed at breaking down racial barriers in healthcare.Outstanding Benefits: Enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, including HOOPP (pension plan), 100% company-paid health and dental benefits, 4 float days per year, 1.5 sick days per month, and 3 weeks of vacation annually.Work-Life Balance: Experience a manageable workload compared to private agencies, with a focus on quality care over quantity.Dynamic Team: Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team committed to community health and wellbeing.




Key Responsibilities:

Conduct assessments, diagnoses, treatments, and health education/counseling for foot care, in accordance with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario standards.
Develop and implement community-based chiropody health promotion activities.
Design, manufacture, and follow up on orthotics as therapeutic and palliative treatments.
Maintain chiropody areas, resources, materials, and equipment.
Participate in the development of protocols and procedures to enhance client services and staff efficiency.
Maintain accurate medical records and participate in chart reviews.
Ensure efficient clinic operation through regular updates of statistical records, supply orders, and inventory management.
Collaborate with other Centre services and participate in team-based approaches to community health issues.

Degree from an accredited school of chiropody or podiatry.
Current registration with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario without limitations.
Proficiency in chiropody/podiatry theory and practice, including orthotics.
At least three years of experience in a community health or hospital setting.
Experience in program development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation is an asset.
Proficiency in computer use and various software applications.
Excellent teamwork, written, and oral communication skills.
Thorough knowledge of medical and laboratory terminology, medical record procedures, and current health and safety practices.
Familiarity with EMR software systems (e.g., Practice Suite Solutions – PSS).
Sensitivity to the health issues of a diverse community.
Ability to speak a second language (e.g., Somali, Twi, Yoruba, Igbo etc ) is an asset.
Availability to work evenings and Saturdays.
Knowledge of the Rexdale Community Health Centre catchment area is an asset.
Salary: $35.26 to $40.75 (based on experience)

Hours per week: 35 hours


35 hours per week


$35.26 to $40.75


We are ideally looking for a permanent full time (35 hours per week) but can do a permanent part time (21 hours per week) contract based on availability.

Please note that as this project is specific to reducing barriers to the black community, our ideal candidate would be a member of the black community as well.



Stephanie McQueen

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Stephanie McQueen


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8 Taber Rd


416 617 7863


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