Technology continues to evolve. Instagram for photos. Twitter for random thoughts and Linkedin for professional networking. Now there’s something for dentists.
“We basically have put both dental offices and dentists and job seekers in the driver’s seat,” said Feridoon Amini, Founder of Dental Spots. “They can go to our site and tell us what days they’re available, how far from their home they want to work and how they want to be notified when a job becomes available.”
Amini says he came up with the idea for Dental Spots to save employers time and money while they search for potential employees.
“We are positioning Dental Spots to be a hub for dental professionals, whatever they do,” said Amini. “Whether they’re dental assistants, dental hygienests, dentists or even in sales. We are trying to be a comprehensive solution that provides dental and dental industry with solutions that impacts their bottom line.”
“When you can scan resumes online and not have to deal with the hassle of pen and paper or putting a listing in the newspaper it’s great,” said dentist Sarah Poteet. “This is the way of the feature for sure.”
And job seekers can post their resume on the site and they can receive notifications when a job becomes available in their area. The feature Amini raves about most is job seeker’s ability to post a video resume, something he said came from user comments.
“We don’t have a lot of time to spend finding temporary employment or new hires so this is an easy way, in our own time, on the computer to pre-screen candidates, especially with the video features they have,” said Poteet. “It’s a great way to get to know the potential candidate without wasting the time with bringing them in the office all the time.”
Amini says Dental Spots also launched mobile apps for the iPhone and Android that helps people find temporary employment or pick up extra shifts.
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