Dental Hygienist – Village Dental Practice – Knebworth

A great opportunity has arisen for a hygienist to join our friendly team and take over a well-established list of patients in Knebworth, Hertfordshire.

Our previous hygienist had been at the practice for over 25 years, and has just retired. We have a very low turnover of staff with all the staff having been at the practice for over 20 years. The practice is easily commutable from North London. Full nursing support will be provided.

The position is for one morning a week (preferably a Tuesday but can be flexible) and alternate Saturday mornings.

Remuneration on a percentage basis.

Essential Requirements: GDC registration, Indemnity, Hep B immunisation, Enhanced DBS check

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Part-time hours: 16 per week

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £32.00-£39.00 per hour


  • Dental Hygienist: 1 year (preferred)


  • GDC Registration (required)

Work remotely:

If you are interested in this job please Apply Here


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