DentalPost, the dental industry’s premier online and mobile job board, announces that Stuart O’Day, previously with AT&T, will join the DentalPost team as lead software developer. O’Day will work in conjunction with DentalPost’s Chief Technology Officer, Christopher Wilkenloh, driving new feature development and enhancing current product functionality for 2014 and beyond.
O’Day brings a strong technology-based legacy and extensive startup experience as previous Chief Technology Officer at SparkIP and software architect and lead software developer at EzGov to the DentalPost team. In his new role, O’Day will utilize his background in software development and integration as well as API design and implementation to enhance the DentalPost user experience for both employers and job seekers.
“With more than a quarter of the dental industry turning to DentalPost for their job-related needs, user experience is a top priority,” says Tonya Lanthier, founder and CEO of DentalPost. “With Stuart on board, I am confident that we will be able to add depth to DentalPost’s services and roll out new offerings faster than ever.”
In addition to his position within DentalPost, O’Day also serves as a Strategic Business Planner and Software Developer at SalonPost, a DentalPost sister company. O’Day is DentalPost’s third hire of 2014, positioning the company to be one of the fastest growing dental-related career service providers in the country. The company currently employs five full time staff members and two part time staff members in the metro Atlanta area.
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