Dental Recruitment

Associate Postgraduate Dental Dean

Dental Foundation and Continuing Education

Remuneration: GDP Educator scale, GP03 (36,952pa) or Consultant salary scale.

Tenure: Permanent post.

The successful applicant will join a team of enthusiastic senior clinical educators and work in a leadership position across Northern Ireland.

The Associate Postgraduate Dental Dean for Foundation Training and Continuing Education is part of the NIMDTA’s Postgraduate Dental team. As Associate Dean he/she will assist the Postgraduate Dental Dean in developing, reviewing, quality managing and leading Dental Foundation Training and Continuing Education across Northern Ireland.

The Foundation Training role is focused firmly upon improving patient and trainee safety and experience, and ensuring effective educational outcomes, both now and in the future.

For further information and to apply online please visit: https://Jobs.hscni.net/

Please note NIMDTA accept online applications only.

Completed applications must be submitted by 4pm on Friday 29 November 2019.

Interviews:
It is anticipated that interviews for this post will take place on Thursday 16 January 2020.

We are an equal opportunities employer; therefore all appointments are based on merit.

Training Programme Directors

Dental Public Health

Applications are now open for the role of Training Programme Director in Dental Public Health. Applications close at 12 noon on Friday 22 November 2019.

For further information and to apply online please visit https://jobs.hscni.net/.

TRAINEE RECRUITMENT

Dental Foundation Training 2020-2021
Please note that DFT recruitment is a National Recruitment process.  All applications should be made via the national recruitment portal https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Account/LandingPage

For further information in relation to 2020-21 DFT recruitment please visit the COPDEND website, https://www.copdend.org/postgraduate-training/dft-recruitment-2019/.

Dental Core Training Recruitment 2020-21

Please note that DCT recruitment is a National Recruitment process.  All applications should be made via the national recruitment portal, https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Account/LandingPage.

For further information in relation to 2020-21 DCT recruitment please visit the COPDEND website, https://www.copdend.org/postgraduate-training/dental-core-training/.

Dental Specialty Recruitment

Applications are invited for the following STR posts:

•        Oral Medicine ST1
•        Oral Maxillofacial Pathology ST1
•        Orthodontics ST4

Applications open on Friday 11 October 2019 and will close on Friday 8 November 2019 at 4.00pm.  It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Thursday 28 November 2019.

Applications will be available on https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Account/LandingPage and must be submitted by 4pm on Friday 8 November 2019.

Please see the below Applicants Guide for further information in relation to these posts.

2019 Applicant Handbook

EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISOR (TRAINER) RECRUITMENT

Applications for the post of Educational Supervisor (Reserve/Support Role) in the Northern Ireland Dental Foundation Training (DFT) Scheme are now closed.

There is a three stage process in order to become appointed to the role of Educational Supervisor:

•        Stage One is the completion and return of the online Application form along with the associated Practice Profile & Practice Assessment Information forms.

•        Stage Two involves the assessment of your practice as a suitable physical environment for your Foundation Dentist.  Assessments are carried out by a member of the NIMDTA dental team and an independent Dental Assessor.  A Lay Representative may also be present to quality assure the process.

•        Stage Three of the process is a formal interview.

Please also find the Foundation training information leaflet below, which contain further information in relation to the application process.
•        Foundation Training In GDP Information Leaflet

If you have any further enquiries in relation to this recruitment please contact Katie Symington, Katie.symington@hscni.net or telephone 028 95360070.

Right to work in the UK

Information for applicants from the EU

You will be aware that the UK is in the process of leaving the European Union.  This means freedom of movement will be affected.  However, the HSC will continue to welcome and value staff and trainees from Europe as it does the whole world.

From 30 March 2019 the UK will have left the European Union. If an agreement is reached with the EU, then EU citizens and their family members will be able to move to the UK until 2021 on the same basis as you could do today, with the same rights to work and study freely, as you currently do. For EU citizens who already live in the UK, you are eligible to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.  All EU citizens who have lived in the UK for more than five years continuously will be eligible for ‘settled status’ (equivalent to indefinite leave to remain).  If you have lived in the UK for less than five years you will be eligible for ‘pre-settled status’ and can upgrade this to ‘settled status’ when you have been here for five years.  As the Prime Minister announced on 21 January, this process will be free to all from 30 March 2019. Any payment made for an application before this date will be refunded. More information on the settlement scheme can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/settled-status-eu-citizens-families

In the event that an agreement is not reached, there will be a transition period once free movement ends and before the UK’s new immigration system begins in 2021. During this transition period, newly arriving EU citizens will still be able to enter the UK as they do now for an initial stay of up to three months and will be able to visit, work or study without applying for a visa, but they will not be eligible to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.  If you want to stay in the UK for longer than three months, you can apply from within the UK for ‘European Temporary Leave to Remain’, which will be granted for a further 36 months, subject to identity, criminality and security checks.

More information will be available soon on the process to register and how the UK’s Future Immigration System will work.  To keep up to date, please regularly visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/eu-immigration-after-free-movement-ends-if-theres-no-deal.