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Associate Dentist
 
Title: Associate Dentist
Category: Medical Health
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Part Time
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Description:
A new opportunity has become available for a part time Dental Associate to join an independent mixed practice located in Burnham On Crouch

Start date - ASAP

This role is to work 1 day per week, Tuesdays only.

They have an established list for the associate to take over from. There will be 30 UDAs+ per day for the associate.

They are looking to pay £11+ per UDA. This is dependent on experience and to be discussed further at interview stage.

Practice have excellent private potential in the area which will be split 50%. Lab bills will also be split 50%.

This is a 2 surgery practice, fully equipped with digital radiography, Rotary Endo.Fully computerised using Pearl Software

Candidate will need to have great communication skills, and an attitude to work within a small team.

The practice has a Hygienist on site and also offers short term orthodontics, invisalign treatments, perfect smile aligners, facial aesthetics and PVT sedation.

Car parking available on site

Medicruit is a specialist Dental Recruitment Consultancy, acting as an agency in relation to this Dental Opportunity

For further information please apply to this vacancy and we will endeavour to contact you within forty-eight hours. All applications are treated confidentially and your CV would never be sent to any potential employer or third party without your prior permission.
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