We hope this finds you and your loved ones well.
Even though most of our clients have put job vacancies on hold, we are still looking for skilled and experienced dental professionals for full time, part time and locum work across the South and North Islands of New Zealand.
With COVID-19 affecting all of our clients’ dental practices, there are very few jobs advertised at the moment. We are currently searching for:
These roles will be available to start as soon as dental business is back to normal, so if any of these roles interest you - please contact
us and we can provide you with further details.
Once the lockdown is lifted, we understand that there will be quite a demand for dental professionals across the country. To be prepared, we’re asking you to check your CV and take the time to update it with any relevant information. Have you got a new qualification? Some additional work experience? Published an article?
A good cv is only 1-3 pages in length and should include the following:
Feel free to use the CV template on our website.
If you have any recruitment questions please contact Toni on 03 951 3176 (please note this new phone number, as our team are currently working from home). Or email us your updated cv telling us what you're looking for at email@example.com . Your ambitions, your key skills, where you want to be. We'd love to hear from you.
13 October 2021
There's been a bit of noise recently about dentists looking to make a move in Auckland at Level 3. Here are a bunch of jobs for Auckland at Level 2.
6 October 2021
On 30 September 2021, Immigration New Zealand announced the introduction of a new “one off” 2021 residency visa for skilled migrants who were in New Zealand on 29 September 2021.
30 September 2021
Traditionally, bleaching in dentistry has relied upon the use of oxidants based on hydrogen peroxide (HP). More recently molecules closely related to HP have also been employed such as ozone, which is tri-atomic oxygen, as well as adducts and peroxide releasing compounds that give a slow release of HP over time.