Taking on locum dentist work is a brilliant option for many medical professionals at varying stages of their career.
Whether you are looking for a few extra shifts, to gain experience in a new location or simply better financial security there are many ways it could benefit you and your career.
Where could you work?
One of the benefits of taking on short-term locum dentist work is the ability to pick and choose locations to suit you. This could be mean working within a certain distance of your home or travelling to new and exciting places.
This flexibility is great for fitting around your other commitments and ensures that you are happier in the workplace.
Locum dentists are supplied to the NHS, ministry of defence, private sector and HM Prison Service, giving you an even greater choice of locations. With support along the way you can decide to stick with an environment with which you are familiar or try a new setting which could open up new career avenues to you.
With a regular flow of new work there is plenty of demand for high-calibre dentists looking for new opportunities.
This means there is flexibility with shifts and working hours, allowing you to pick times you prefer.
The freedom to work when and where you want is one of the main factors to consider when deciding whether to become a locum dentist and many prefer to be able to take control of their working hours, allowing them to better plan their personal time.
Taking on locum dentist jobs also offers not only excellent pay rates but a lucrative referral bonus as some of its added attractions.
So whether you are after short-term one day positions or year-long contracts you can look forward to being well-rewarded with higher rates of pay and a significant demand for your services.
For anyone with extensive experience as a dentist you will know there is a great demand within the profession for committed healthcare professionals with a high calibre of skills.
Locum dentists can help to meet this demand as and where it arises. This can mean taking on long-term contracts to fulfil a shortage of dentists or using short-term positions to assist in filling gaps in surgeries, hospitals and other dental settings around the country.
Having a staff of dedicated and highly-skilled locum dentists is essential to the industry and meeting the growing dental needs of the public and dental sector.
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