Dental Secretary Resume
The ideal candidate
As seen in job opportunity ads, employers expect a dental secretary to be a serious, responsible and punctual person, to have good communication skills and sometimes have knowledge of a foreign language, have good computer skills, and be a dynamic, friendly and open person.
Job responsibilities The usual tasks listed by employers for the position of dental secretary consist of: communicating with patients; maintaining the medical records database; minor accounting duties; contacting suppliers;
A job as a dental secretary means working in a dental office, in a pleasant atmosphere; could be a dream job for many. Such a nice job requires an equally well made resume. Someone involved in a job hunting experience could think about using resume templates. Resources are many and various. The applicant should focus on drafting a resume that has the potential to crush competition.
In a clear and interesting dental secretary resume, make sure to include specific details - career objective, relevant specialized training, previous employment.
A dental secretary handles administrative tasks within a dental setting; has to be familiar with clerical duties, filing and keeping records of patients, scheduling patients' appointments, handling phone calls. A dental secretary must have good work ethic.
The dental secretary is also sometimes called upon to provide assistance to the dentist in performing minor dentistry work and cleaning equipment and tools or even might have to perform himself/herself minor medical tasks as well - sterilizing medical instruments, taking and bringing materials to and from the dental technician. The position of dental secretary can also be called in ads "dental receptionist".
The applicant for a dental secretary position must see in a resume the best way to "promote" himself/herself.
looking for a position as dental secretary, in a leading dental clinic.
Professional qualifications and abilities:
- efficient and organized person, with good knowledge of the dental profession,
- computer literate, able to perform all clerical duties,
- able to work under pressure,
- able to work independently as well as part of a team,
- excellent written and oral communication skills,
- willing to work on week-ends and evening hours.
Dental secretary - from - to - company -
In charge of:
Performing clerical and secretarial duties;
- Processing Word files;
- Handling e-mails;
- Creating patient files;
- Keeping track of payments and insurance billing.
Dental office assistant - from - to - company -
In charge of:
Assisting the dentist with billing;
- Making patients' appointments;
- Maintaining the office, the waiting room and the rest room.
- secondary education - college
- Clerical, Typing and Data Processing course
The above Dental Secretary resume is just a sample, it shows just how to get started and it should be completed with supplementary details and information. The sample should be reviewed and rewritten to enhance the applicant's skills. Before starting to write an application to a dental clinic or office as a secretary, one should consider that there is the possibility that this job will make him/her work during the weekend or evening hours, as needed.