About the job
Elegancia Healthcare, part of Elegancia Group, aspires to be the leader in the private healthcare sector, providing optimal patient care and world-class healthcare services to Qatar and the region.
Elegancia Healthcare services and facilities will include acute care hospitals, specialty ambulatory services, family health centers, digital health solutions and public/private partnerships. Moreover, thanks to its strategic partnerships with top global players, Elegancia Healthcare is now at the forefront of the industry.
We are expanding our dental team and are keen to speak with experienced Dental Assistants.
You will provide chair side assistance to the dentist, in the treatment of dental patients.
Primary responsibilities will be to
Coordinate scheduling of patient appointments.
Sterilize and maintain equipment and instruments.
Maintain logs for equipment maintenance and safety required by the hospital and Department for Infection Control
Maintain and disinfect operatories between and after patient visits.
Place patient records in their appropriate locations
Expose and upload X-rays.
Monitor and order supplies.
Pour and trim dental impressions.
Associate/ Diploma Dental Technology
English – Fluent, Arabic – (Preferred).
Minimum 5 years of experience working as a Dental Assistant (required)
Minimum 1 year in GCC (preferred)
Demonstrated ability to provide chair-side assistance.
Demonstrated ability to provide the clinical functions of an assistant.
Ability to utilize dental instruments, sterilizer, operatory equipment, infection control equipment and dental x-ray equipment.
Demonstrated good communication and interpersonal skills with dentists, patients, parents, and community members and the ability to communicate with a diverse population.
Demonstrated knowledge of dental terminology, procedures and diagnosis.
Demonstrated ability to operate all standard dental instruments.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize projects and tasks and to respond to multiple requests.
Demonstrated ability to work with potential pathogens during dental assisting and sterilization procedures.