We simultaneously post dental job adverts to job boards, search engines and social media channels -

1 – Upload your job specification through our online form & pay £299 using a credit or debit card.

2 - We write, optimise and advertise your vacancy across multiple job boards, social media channels, utilise powerful online networks, the wider internet and search CV databases, giving your recruitment campaign huge visibility to attract active and passive job seekers.

3 – CVs are emailed directly to you or access them through your account enabling you to manage, shortlist and arrange interviews directly with your job applicants. Hire your chosen candidates at no additional cost!

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  • Dental Area Manager – Full Time – Bristol

    Destination Dental
    • Full Time
    • Permanent
    • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • Endodontist – Full Time – Devon

    • Full Time
    • Permanent
    • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • Associate Dentist – Part Time – South Manchester

    Sale Dental Spa
    • Part Time
    • Permanent
    • Posted 3 weeks ago
  • Suffolk Dentist – Exceptional Opportunity Towards Practice Ownership

    • Permanent
    • Posted 3 months ago
  • Associate Dentist – Full Time – Dorset

    • Full Time
    • Permanent
    • Posted 3 months ago
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Crafting an Employee Engagement Strategy

Employee engagement is key to developing a successful and profitable practice. But being able to craft an engagement strategy is a challenge. How to sell the idea of creating a strategy, what to include, and how to measure results can be hard. Dental Wealth Builder is a coaching and mentoring programme that will rekindle enthusiasm,

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Q4 analysis of looming staffing crisis in UK Dentistry

As dentistry enters 2019, the last quarter of the financial and NHS contract year a recent survey by Destination Dental has found that recruitment across the sector is in crisis blamed on Brexit, poor workforce planning, low morale and NHS contract obligations. British Dental Association (BDA) figures for 2018 indicate 65% of NHS practices in

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Dental practices need to work smarter and harder to attract (and retain) the very best talent. Here’s what you can do in 2019 to stay on top and make recruiting your competitive advantage.

Finding top dental talent is becoming ever more challenging amid the backdrop of record employment levels and a dental skills shortage that’s hitting critical levels across the UK.  Make no mistake: we are in a candidate-short market and this is consistently pushing salaries up.  The Office of National Statistics is recording that the average number

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