A featured list of current opportunities for roles across Australia.
We are seeking a passionate and highly-skilled Lead Dentist to lead the team in our state-of-the-art Salisbury practice.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly-competent Associate Dentist to join the friendly team in our state-of-the-art Mandurah practice.
Dentist Jobs Australia is an online resource for people who are looking to start, grow or advance in their careers. We focus exclusively on dental industry opportunities and keep up to date with market needs and wants. We saw a gap in the market and we stepped in.
With the number of registered dental professionals in Australia growing over 3% from 2017 to 23,000 individuals in 2018, now has never been a better time to look for that perfect role. On average we spend over 20 years of our lives at work so it’s immensely important to love what you do and where you work!
To love what you do, a job must tick a certain number of boxes. Modern day society demands a lot of an employer and rightly so, with most people spending over 35 hours per week at work.
Increasingly, work life balance is a sought after quality candidates look for in a job. Balancing family, leisure, travel or study with your working commitments can make a very real difference in your quality of life.
Weekends, part time and short days are just some of the options you may be seeking when you consider a change in jobs. The hours you work can define your day-to-day life in a number of ways. How possible is it to find the hours that suit you?
Education and training opportunities are vital ways for you to move forward in your career, and your life. Share your current skills with colleagues, attend external training sessions and find an employer who invests in your future.
Whether you’re an aspiring lead dentist or you’re more suited to an office environment, find a role that ticks your boxes
Are you an experienced dentist looking for a new challenge and environment? Or have you recently graduated and are looking for that first step into the dental industry?
Dental assistants are key members of the dental health team – they are greatly appreciated and should be encouraged to grow and advance their careers.
Being a hygienist is a gratifying job as you play a critical role in promoting the importance of good oral health and ensuring patients have a firm understanding of how to look after their teeth and gums.
Caring, compassionate and excellent communicators, Oral Health Therapists are important members of the team primarily treating dental diseases in children and adolescents. They are the educators of the team and help patients understand how best to care for their oral health.
Practice managers are one of the most vital members of the dental team. They are depended upon by the dental professionals and patients alike, and are a key part in keeping the whole practice running smoothly.
Are you dreaming of blue skies all year round, where you can work in a modern dental practice and be generously rewarded for your expertise?
For people who want to migrate to Australia, there is a visa available for dentists who have done at least 2 years relevant work experience. Whatever country you’re wanting to move from, there are many items to consider before taking the plunge.
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Does your mind go blank when the interviewer asks if you have any questions for them? We’ve put together some valuable questions to ask in your next job interview, so you can be prepared with what to put forward.
With International Women’s Day being celebrated on Sunday 8th March, we’re taking a look at why a career in dentistry could be an ideal fit for females. From flexibility to creativity, discover some of the benefits of working in the dental industry.
There’s no doubt that salary is an important factor when dentists look for a new job. However, pay is not their only consideration, they’re also looking for a healthy work/life balance at a supportive and modern practice. When a practice manager wants to hire a new dentist, what are the five factors they need to keep in mind?