DentalPost, the dental industry’s premier online and mobile job board, announces the launch of a customized resume assistance program to help candidates build a marketable resume highlighting the skills, experience and keywords relevant in today’s dental workforce. Through this offering, DentalPost resume specialists will assist job seekers through the entire resume building process – from information gathering to skills positioning and final resume review.
The DentalPost resume assistance service connects job seekers with resume specialists for an initial discovery session where vital information – like education, skills training and previous workplace experience – is unearthed. The final resume is completed in 5 to 7 business days after all information is provided and automatically uploaded to DentalPost.net. New resumes are made publicly available through DentalPost’s online and mobile job board to all potential employers that are seeking candidates for job openings.
“From our extensive experience working with hiring dental offices, we have found that many job seekers require assistance in creating a competitive resume in today’s job market,” says Tonya Lanthier, Founder and CEO of DentalPost. “Our resume services benefit a wide spectrum of job seekers from recent graduates needing assistance with putting together a professional resume for the first time, to more experienced dental professionals who haven’t updated their resume in several years and are not current on style, format and key words.”
The DentalPost custom professional resume service is available for $249. In order to ensure new dental industry talent bears a competitive advantage in the growing marketplace, recent graduates are eligible for a service discount. For more information on resume service pricing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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