It's very easy to get hired. Just give a CV and you are likely to get the job
Phone call and email to ask if your still interested in the job,
Then an interview, at the dentist surgery.
As being a trainee before, you must show willing to work hard to learn as you go. Being "thrown in at the deep end" is scarey but if you have a dentist that are willing to explain and be patient then it works really well. As I went for the job as a qualified nurse, as I got shown around i explained to the PM and lead nurse what I hadn't done before so if I got the job they would know what to expect from me. I told them I always try my best, I work hard , I try to get along with everyone and overall put patients first.
Have great people/communication skills. Management experience. Dental experience preferred.
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Referral from member of staff who works here
Applications online or via the practice themselves,
Telephone call,emails with the manager, intervoew dates and times set up once you have this its time to be confident within yourself and allow yourself to ask any questions you think of and never feel like it's a silly one as the staff at my dentist will always help each other eve if it is to answer the same question more than once.
I had an interview on site and then a job offer shortly after.
Apply through the website or a recruitment site such as this. Pre-screen interviews are held with the recruitment team and then interviews with Practice Manager's. Onboarding process simple
Interview, recruitment process , comprehensive induction and buddy pm
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