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If you’re looking for a fresh start, a new challenge, or something different, search using the dental jobs form above and we’ll be back in touch in a couple of days. We have a range of vacancies available including roles like dental nurses, associate dentists, locum roles, hygienists, practice managers, endodontists and more employment opportunities across the whole of the UK. These are for private, NHS and mixed practices, as well as a wide variety of temporary, permanent and locum roles. No matter what you’re looking for, we have the perfect role for you.
We find staff for many different types of dental practices, ranging from the single-handed principal dentist looking for a dental receptionist, to small groups seeking dental nurses and practice managers to push their business forward, to dental body corporates seeking locum and permanent clinicians. We focus on tailoring our employment service to find only the most suitable candidates for prospective employers.
We’re experienced dental recruiters who work with both practices to find their perfect team, and dental candidates in finding their ideal vacancy.
+ Trainee Dental Nurses
+ Qualified Dental Nurses
+ Dental Receptionists
Particular dental staff member required? All you need to do is contact our dedicated recruitment team and tell us your requirements.
You can contact us by:
Calling us on 0207018 0221
We’re here to match employers to the best-suited candidates
Our specialist dental nurse recruitment team will be able to find you the ideal position, locally to where you live, and in the working environment of your choice. We have a range of nationwide dental nurse jobs within a variety of independent and corporate practices, as well as hospitals.
Whether you’re looking for a temporary dental nurse job or a vacancy as a trainee dental nurse we can find you the right job best suited to your needs and we’ll negotiate an excellent salary for you. You will be fully supported by us throughout the whole process.
In order to work as a dental nurse in the UK, you need to be registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) as a dental nurse or be working towards achieving an accredited dental nursing qualification (the National Diploma or the Advanced Apprenticeship in Dental Nursing).
The world of dental careers and employment is ever-changing; it’s a geographically-mobile workforce, that’s now seeking more than just a pay packet at the end of the month, preferring career progression opportunities and broadened horizons. It’s vital your team matches your ambitions, fits into your working culture, and fills the skills gaps that exist.
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