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DENTISTS & ORTHODONTISTS | UNITED KINGDOM

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Various opportunities are available in the UK.  

Please have a look at the requirements for candidates to work in the UK.

  • GDC Registration
  • NHS Performer Number will be an advantage.
  • Fluent English

OR if you are not GDC registered, the only candidates who will be considered are candidates who qualified from one of these universities, by the cut-off date:

Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA)
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BChD)
The qualification must have been granted between 1 January 1997 and 31 December 2000

University of Pretoria
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BChD)
The qualification must have been granted before 1 January 2001

University of Stellenbosch
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BChD)
The qualification must have been granted before 1 January 2001

University of Western Cape
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BChD)
The qualification must have been granted before 31 December 1997

University of Witwatersrand
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) or Bachelor of Dental Science (BDS)
The qualification must have been granted before 1 January 2001

Regrettably, we cannot assist anybody who qualified after the cut-off dates. Applications that fall outside of these parameters will NOT be considered.

 

Job Reference: 

842804

Location: 

Leeds, Great Britain (UK)

Salary: 

Employer: 

MedE Recruit

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