Dental Receptionist

Company Name:
Familia Dental
Our East St. Louis office is currently hiring for receptionists. We specialize in general and cosmetic dentistry and look forward to serving the East St. Louis community.
These are 20-40 hour per week positions. Our office will be open Monday - Saturday.

Responsibilities for the Dental Receptionist / Medical Receptionist include:
Coordinate all aspects of patient care
Cheerfully greet and check-in patients
Answer phones
Schedule appointments
Accurately maintain detailed patient records in a fast-paced environment
Professional demeanor throughout the work day
Assists with other duties as needed

Requirements for the Dental Receptionist / Medical Receptionist include
Assists with other duties as needed
A positive attitude is a must
Experience is preferred, but not required
Eaglesoft experience also a plus, but not required
Business writing/editing skills
Able to multi-task without losing quality work

Here are some of the benefits of being an employee at our company
A teamwork oriented working environment.
Personal and professional growth development.
A trustful and open communication policy.
Our team of professionals is just that - a family. We approach both our patients, and our employees with caring, understanding, and compassion. These values are reflected in the way we interact with each other during our daily activities, along with dignity and respect.

If you are looking for professional growth in your career, view it as a challenge, and are eager to work for a company that takes pride in developing your personal capabilities.
As a determined, motivated company we are seeking individuals looking to work as a team in order to provide patients with the highest quality dental care.

Olga Didukh
Professional Recruiter

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