- Job Reference
- Date Posted
- Wednesday 7 February 2024
- Application Closing Date
- Tuesday 5 March 2024
- £33,966 to £39,347 per annum pro rata
- Part Time
- Contract Type
- Fixed Term until 31 August 2025 due to limited funding
- Job Category / Type
- Professional Services
- School / Service
- School of Medicine and Dentistry
- 21.75 hours per week
- Interview Date
- To be confirmed
The post holder will predominantly be delivering examinations and administration related to OHID dental epidemiology studies, as well oral health education within the community under the guidance of the epidemiology supervisor.
The post holder will be qualified to provide a clinical treatment service, appropriate to the role of a dental therapist as defined by the GDC Scope of Practice. Previous experience of examining in epidemiology desirable, particularly if candidates have previously trained and calibrated against the north west regional standard.
The role may require supporting teaching activities on the Postgraduate and Undergraduate clinical placements through the UCLan School of Dentistry.
This role is part time contributing three days per week, candidates will need to evidence previous experience, possess a strong knowledge of dental software; preferably SOE, as well as other IT packages.
Applicants will need to have a Diploma in Dental therapy and evidence of registration with the GDC. A BSc in Dental therapy is desirable.
Applicants will need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview and if not already calibrated must be able to calibrate against the north west regional standard following training.
This position is based in Preston, but frequent travel throughout Lancashire is required. The post holder must hold a full UK driving licence and access to a car and be willing to add business use onto their insurance policy.
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