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Help Wanted: Full-time Dental Assistant/Receptionist

We are planning to hire a full-time employee for our office, who will help both as a dental assistant in the back and as a receptionist in the front desk to sign in patients, make appointments, and take care of insurance and payments.

Job Qualifications:

1) You must have a caring heart and be willing to help people.

Coming to see a dentist can be very stressful for some people. We put our patients first, ensuring they feel comfortable, relaxed, and welcomed in our office.

2) You must be a team player.

All of our employees help each other. Our office is a happy working environment, and we want someone to join us with the same attitude and energy, maintaining our supportive and healthy environment.

3) You must be hardworking.

Our work can be very intense sometimes. Sometimes, when we have emergency patients with toothaches, we have to squeeze them into our full schedule, so we may lose some of our lunch time or work past our closing time.

4) You must know how to use a computer well.

We have completely paperless charts. All patient information is in the computer. We have to handle everything from the computer in a secured way, complying to HIPPA privacy policies.

5) You must be OK with assisting in surgical procedures.

We perform many types of dental surgical procedures in our office. Being able to handle blood and saliva safely according to infection control guidelines is very important.

6) You must be an organized, energetic, and motivated person.

Our office is constantly looking to improve our technology, infection control, patient communication, and quality of care. We are looking for someone with this similar attitude of self-improvement.

Although we are very happy if you have dental assistant experience, it is not required. We will train the right person.

Being a dental assistant is a very rewarding experience. When patients come in filled with fear or anxiety, you have the power to make them feel safe. Whether you are comforting them, holding their hand, or sharing a smile with them after a procedure, you can make a difference in their lives.