Oral Health Therapist / Hygienist -Palmerston NT – Full Time

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Hygienist / OHT
Northern Territory
Permanent - Full Time
Per Annum
  • Full Time Monday to Friday only, no weekends
  • Good location, with parking and easy access to buses
  • Dedicated, friendly and professional team
Fantastic opportunity available for an enthusiastic Oral Health Therapist / Hygienist to join a growing dental practice with an existing patient base.  
 
Your Smile Dental is a family-oriented, privately owned practice with a friendly professional team. At YourSmileDental, we provide reliable dental care in a friendly and caring environment with a great active maintenance system.

We are situated on the doorstep of the Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, just 20 minutes’ drive from the Darwin CBD. An amazing location to work!

This is an ideal opportunity for a patient-focused Hygienist/OHT looking for a full-time role Monday to Friday, with no weekends and working with a supportive, friendly and experienced team. You will be provided with a Dental Assistant to support you for each appointment. Mentorship is available.

You will be confident and enthusiastic about high quality care. With excellent communication skills, patient-focused and able to maintain accurate and detailed clinical records. You must be:
  • A qualified hygienist or OHT, with current APHRA registration and radiation licence
  • Able to work within Australia with full working rights
  • Be up to date and responsible for your role with current infection control guidelines
We will also provide and support your ongoing professional development through Prime Practice and offer relocation assistance for the right candidate.

Apply now:
If this sounds like the role for you please apply below with your resume detailing your experience and skills.  

Please note this role has been listed on behalf of the practice and all applications will be sent directly to the practice for review.
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