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ST1 Orthodontics

Job Reference: 441-A-20-1581

Lead Employer for Northern Deanery
Health Education North East
North East & Cumbria
National T's and C's

ST1 Orthodontic Recruitment 2020 – Round 1

Health Education England - North East and North Cumbria (HEE NE) will once again be co-ordinating a single UK wide national process for recruiting trainees into Orthodontic training programmes at ST1 level across all regions in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales 2020.

All posts are to provisionally commence from September/October 2020.


A full timeline for the round can be found on the National Recruitment website (NRO)


  • Interview date: Wednesday 1st April and Thursday 2nd April 2020
  • Interview venue: Newcastle United Football Club (Conference Centre), St. James' Park, Strawberry Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4ST.

Applicants that are invited to interview will need to ensure that work commitments are scheduled to allow time off for attendance at assessment centre. There will be no alternative interview dates available.



Please see the NRO website for details on post numbers and Job Descriptions.

The expected duration of this programme is three-years; however, the actual duration may depend on the circumstances of the individual. As well as the standard three-year training programme, some regions are including run-through training programmes lasting five years.

The number of run-through training posts available are not known at this stage.

HEE NE will notify all applicants of which posts are run-through once they have been confirmed by regions at the preferencing stage.

All vacancies advertised are subject to change based on service, education,training configuration and the results of the Membership in Orthodontics examinations.


**Please see link for full advert

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