Author Archives: San Diego Dental Personnel Service

About San Diego Dental Personnel Service

San Diego Dental Personnel Service is dedicated to providing ethical and professional employment referral. We recruit and refer for all positions in the dental office. We accept a variety of experience levels and backgrounds. We take pride and satisfaction in working to make that perfect match, whether it is for a single day or that permanent career move. We are employer retained-there is never a fee to applicants.

Elevator Speech

When you have an interesting elevator speech, your listener is hooked and wants to know more about you. This can quickly elevate you from the 100’s of other job seekers. Imagine yourself in the elevator, and the only other person with you … Continue reading

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Encouragement for New Graduates

Welcome to your new career in dentistry!  Whether you are a DA, RDA or Hygienist, there are some consistent trends to be mindful of in that initial search for your first career position! #1  Know you experience! Think of your … Continue reading

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5 Quick Tips For Successful People in a New Job

Now that you have a new job, you want to guarantee success for yourself! Employees who have worked temporary assignments are generally skilled at adjusting and adapting to new positions quickly and successfully!  Whether you are working a single day assignment, … Continue reading

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Registering with a Dental Staffing Service

There are many benefits to working with a professional recruiting or staffing service.  Primarily, an exceptional agency will be able to represent you and your experience to the highest level to a potential employer.  An experienced agency knows their market and … Continue reading

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Yes, you probably need to update your old resume

Does Your Resume (Unintentionally & Undeservedly) Say You Are Outdated?   Changing jobs after several years in the same office?  The first order of business is to give your resume a contemporary look.  That resume you used in 2000 will date you … Continue reading

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