San Francisco Area -$300K Base

Location
San Francisco, California
Posted
Sep 30, 2020
Ref
END 9106
Specialty
Endocrinology
Position Type
Permanent
San Francisco Bay Area - Endocrinology

Employed - $300,000 Base Salary

Extremely lucrative opportunity - $300,000 base salary with an aggressive production incentive on top of base salary and a signing bonus

Outpatient only, no call and no weekends

4-day work week available and taking over an established practice

Great quality of life - enjoy time off with your family at the beach

Extremely Affluent Community in California

Enjoy a picturesque coastal community in California known for world-class golf, some of the best dining in the country, deep-sea fishing, and well-renowned wineries

Great location for families and singles - outdoor paradise and a plethora of activities available for all enthusiasts

Thousands of acres of vineyards in the surrounding communities with wine tastings and wine clubs available

Multiple airports to choose from for your weekend travels or vacations

Access to numerous sporting events, indoor and outdoor shopping, top-ranked schools, and a great place to call home!

Please Reference END 9106

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