Gentle Dental is looking for a Part Time Dental
Hygienist at our Vancouver office in Vancouver, WA.This position
would allow for a flexible work schedule.
At Gentle Dental, our Dental Hygienists are enthusiastic about
providing excellent patient care and are critical to our success as
a healthcare provider.
With a culture based on innovation and providing a wellness
approach to Dentistry, we are passionate about educating and
providing high-quality preventative care to our patients.
Our Dental Hygienists teams are at the forefront of our
commitment to service and building lasting relationships with
patients. Motivated by a desire to help people be healthier
and more confident with their smiles, these teams are provided
- Growth and advancement into new positions through supported
development and career progression
- Scheduling flexibility and stable hours not limited by a
Doctor’s scheduled or time away from the office
- A culture of respect and belonging
- Associates degree or higher in Dental Hygiene from an
accredited College or Technical School
- State-specific Dental Hygienist license
- State-specific Radiation Safety Certificate, when required by
- CPR/BLS Certification (Only American Red Cross or American
- Additional/Expanded functions certifications as required by law
(local anesthesia, nitrous oxide, restorative, sealants,
Pay range is in the mid $40's per hour with a $2,000 sign on
bonus. With a production based bonus, total comp is expected to be
around $55 per hour.
This position will be located in the Vancouver, WA
This is a part-time opportunity with a flexible
Gentle Dental is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our
patients and employees. To this end we are adhering to
best-in-class safety practices based on guidelines from the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Dental
Association (ADA) and state/local mandates.
As always, we’re following best practices for sterilization
protocols of dental instruments and operatory equipment. We’re also
screening every patient when scheduling, when confirming and again
upon arrival, using the CDC’s guidelines for identifying any
symptoms of illness or recent exposure to