Dental Assistant

Midwest Dental
Feb 07, 2018
Feb 10, 2018
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time

As a Dental Assistant with Employer, you are a key contributor to making the dental practice run efficiently by being a team player and working together for great patient outcomes. As a member of our team, you enjoy competitive pay, benefits, flexibility and structure. You receive peer mentoring support, continuing education, internal advancement opportunities and a culture that values and recognizes your contribution.

Employer is a Dental Service Organization that has been supporting great local dentists since 1968. Our team supports about 200 practices across 16 states, under the brands Employer, Mountain Dental, Merit Dental and Mondovi Dental. We offer a wide range of general, cosmetic and restorative dental services for patients of all ages. As a fast growing company in the healthcare sector, we continue to be an industry leader while valuing our employees as our primary reason for success. Our values-driven culture sets us apart from other dental organizations. It creates wonderful patient experiences and rewarding careers. Our commitment to quality patient care leads to strong teamwork, an engaging work environment and better outcomes. Consider joining Employer today!

Schedule (days/hours)Monday, Tuesday 12 pm - 8 pm and Wednesday 9 am - 1 pm Responsibilities
  • Greet and prepare patients for dental care
  • Assist the dentist during a variety of treatment procedures
  • Set up and breakdown operatory post-treatment
  • Capture quality x-ray images
  • Manage infection control - prepare and sterilize instruments and equipment
  • Maintain dental supplies and ensure equipment operates effectively
  • Provide patients with instructions for oral care following all dental treatment procedures
  • Interact with patients to resolve issues with enthusiasm and empathy
  • State certification/licensure as required to work as a Dental Assistant, active CPR and compliance with any other licensing or credentialing requirements
  • One or more year of relevant experience in the dental industry preferred
  • Must possess strong communication skills, a positive attitude, flexibility and dependability
  • Ideal candidate is attentive, organized, professional, anticipates issues and provides excellent patient care