Advice on finding a job

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  • Our job site is the most accessible jobs board in the dental sector. It's important to us to be inclusive and accessible to all our jobseekers and recruiters, and wanted to share our platform updates.
  • It is common knowledge within dental communities that Rodericks is different than any other dental corporate and what sets Rodericks apart from everyone else is that we are ‘Clinically Led’ and everything that we do is driven by this ethos which supports our vision, mission and values ensuring th...
  • Across the dental industry, the last year has been a time of significant change for our customers, people, and operations.  As a business we have managed to adapt to this change quickly whilst ensuring that the safety and wellbeing of our patients and staff remains a top priority.
  • The beginning of a new year can trigger a desire for change and something new, which can easily apply to work, but what is the best way to secure a new job?
  • Mike Pemberton is a Consultant in Oral Medicine at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and a member of the Trust’s Management Board.
  • Sometimes it is very tempting to take the first job you are offered, especially if you have been searching for a long time or if the thought of being out of work for a long time is a difficult prospect. Read on for a guide of how to decide whether the job is right for you or not.
  • Young dentists face so many pressures in the modern dentistry world. Dentists are graduating with limited clinical experience, whilst patient expectations and demands are at their peak. Accompanied with rising indemnity costs and GDC fees and increased student debt, it can be a tough environment ...
  • Rapport is the connection between two people; the spoken and unspoken words that say ‘we are on the same page’. In an interview situation you can employ numerous techniques to maximise the rapport between yourself and your interviewer.