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Locum Associate Dentist
Title: Locum Associate Dentist
Category: Medical Health
Job type: Temporary
Job status: Part Time
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This Mixed practice are looking to recruit for a Locum Dental associate to work in the East London area.

This position is located in the heart of a London with mainline access to Stratford, Ilford, Barking, Central London etc.

Position is to cover from Monday 8th April till Wednesday 24th April. Working Mondays Tuesdays and or Wednesdays (Any two days out of the three is fine too)

Practice operate Monday to Thursdays 8am-5pm and 8am-1pm on the Fridays.

This practice is a rapidly expanding with aspirations to make high quality NHS and private dentistry, accessible and affordable.


The practice provides unwavering support with training and educational opportunities.


Practice are looking to offer 30 UDA's per day and are looking to pay a rate of £11.50 per UDA.

All private work and lab bills will be split 50/50.

Associate Dentist will be taking over an existing patient list. Excellent supportive team on site.


This is a 2 surgery practice, fully equipped with Digital X-Rays. Using Pearl software.


All candidates must be hard-working, ambitious and must hold an active performer number, must be fully Indemnified and have UK experience.


Our client offers:

-Excellent patient satisfaction

-Availability of the best advice and treatment options

-Meeting the needs of patients in both NHS and private care

-Excellent support .


Parking around the area.

Walthamstow Tube Station is the closest station to the practice
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