Two modern, busy and friendly dental clinics in Port Hardy and Port McNeill, BC, located on Vancouver Island’s north-east shore on Queen Charlotte Strait, are looking for a Dental Hygienist to join their team! Offering a highly competitive wage based on experience, benefits and a signing bonus! Assistance with relocation and securing housing can be available to the right candidate. New graduates or soon to be graduates are also welcome to apply.
About Port Hardy and Port McNeill, BC
- Thriving communities on the beautiful northeastern coast of Vancouver Island.
- An outdoor adventurist’s dream – hiking, camping, canoeing, kayaking, diving, fishing, spelunking, and wildlife viewing. Dense forests, tranquil lakes, spectacular views of Broughton Strait, and plenty of wildlife.
- More Information: Port Hardy – Live the Adventure
- More Information: Port McNeill
About the Role, Perks and Benefits:
- Full-time, 4 days per week (3 day weekends!).
- Attractive wage, $42 to $47/hour plus a $1,000/month housing allowance!
- Signing bonus for long-term and committed candidates.
- Dental and potential for extended medical benefits available.
- Potential continuing education allowance.
- Successful, independently owned local practice with a relaxed, friendly, family oriented environment.
- Leading edge tools and technology where patient comfort is the #1 priority.
- Assistance with relocation and securing housing available to the right candidate.
- Required to work between both offices in Port Hardy and Port McNeill.
The Perfect Candidate:
- Required to have a valid BC Dental Hygienist License.
- Out of province candidates will be considered but will have to register in BC prior to starting.
- Calm demeanor, friendly and welcoming to ensure patients feel at ease.
- Perfect for someone who enjoys an active lifestyle and willingness to embrace the Pemberton community.
- Must be comfortable learning and using modern digital system and equipment.
- Should be friendly, independent, organized and efficient.
- Detailed understanding and practice of BC health and safety requirements.
- An organized, independent team member with excellent communication skills.
- Patient screening procedures; such as assessment of oral health conditions, review of the health history, oral cancer screening, head and neck inspection and dental charting.
- Taking dental radiographs (x-rays).
- Removing calculus and plaque (hard and soft deposits) from all surfaces of the teeth.
- Applying preventive materials to the teeth (e.g., sealants and fluorides).
- Teaching patients appropriate oral hygiene strategies to maintain oral health; (e.g., tooth brushing, flossing etc.).
- Performing documentation and office management activities as required.
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