Sign up for free Dental Job Alerts
Searching for Dental Jobs? Sign up for free Dental Job Alerts
You must be registered as an “Applicant” before you can Sign up for Free Dental Job Alerts. Login into your account, on the homepage click “Jobs“, on the right side of the page you will see “Free Dental Job Alerts.” How it works? Example; if you’re Hygienist wanting to receive Job Alerts type in the box that says “Keyword” type “Hygienist“. Then type in your email and click “Create Email Alert.” that’s it.
Note: Please read carefully: You can only create one job title for each Job Alert you sign up for: If you have multiple Job Titles such as Treatment Coordinator, Office Manager or Insurance Biller you would have to create a Job Alert for each one in order to receive email Job Alerts for each of those particular Job Titles. You can NOT type multiple Job Titles in a single Job Alert when you sign-up for Job Alerts.
Job Alerts are filtered by the Job Titles the Employers or Recruiters Post. For example; if an Employer or Recruiter posts an Ad for “Registered Dental Assistant” you would have to create a Job Alert for “Registered Dental Assistant” in order to receive all jobs posted for that Job Title. If you created a Job Alert that reads RDA you will NOT receive email alerts for “Registered Dental Assistants.” even though they mean the same thing. The Job Board searches for any words that match; it is “Case Sensitive.” On the other hand if the Employer or Recruiter created an Ad that read “Registered Dental Assistant, RDA” you would receive all Job Alerts that have those words in it. The best way to create Job Alerts is to create a separate Job Title for each Job Alert created. In This case you would create a Job Alert for Registered Dental Assistant and another Job Alert for RDA.
By browsing all the jobs in “Open Positions” you can see what employers are posting, and create Job Alerts on any Job Titles that you want to receive email Job Alerts for.
Look for emails that read or say “Job Alert, New Jobs have been Posted.” in the subject line your email.