It means the job was taken down before the end of the 30-day duration.
We give our employers the option of remaining anonymous. We also have no way of providing that information to you.
You might have an old version of our DP app. Please visit the app store for the latest update.
Did you know that you can mark your resume private, have your email alerts turned off, and still be a part of the www.DentalPost.net community? Marking your resume private will allow you to keep your information stored in our system and you will still be able to view upcoming events and CEs on the website.
If you cannot remember your password, you can go to www.DentalPost.net, click on “Get Started” and you will see the “Forgot Password?” link under the Login section. You will receive an email link to reset your password. Be sure and check your spam/junk folder, if you do not see it in your inbox.
For security purposes, we ask that you log in to your DentalPost account and go to “Account Settings”. That is where you can easily change this information.
You will see the five main features of the premium account. Your account will be highlighted with a premium badge, which will allow your resume to be noticed faster by potential employers. Every time you apply for a job, your application will be moved to the top of the hiring list and seen first by employers. You will be able to see who’s viewed your profile by zip code. You can receive vital feedback from potential employers with suggestions to improve your resume.
Once your application has been sent, you may not be able to retract it. If the potential employer has listed any contact information, we suggest that you reach out to them directly.
At this time, we do not support attaching or uploading resumes. Currently, we have the resume profile section of your DentalPost account, which is designed to hold and store all of your resume information. This is what is sent automatically to the potential employer every time you apply for a job. We suggest that you take your time on completing the resume profile section of your DentalPost account. That is your self on a piece of paper, so you want it to look the best it can be, as it is the first impression that the potential employer will notice of you. Also, consider taking the series of career enhancement tests on our site and post a professional profile picture. Doing all these will increase your chances of landing that perfect job.
We make it possible for you to post anonymously as we understand the importance of being able to do so. When you go through the process of posting a job, you will see a box that you can check that says “Make Job Posting Confidential?” By selecting to post a job confidentially, all identifying contact information will be removed from the posting, except for your city, state and zip code.
You can go to “My Posting History” and then “Edit” and you will see where you can mark it “Filled”. Be sure and click “Save changes” and that will take your posting down.
No, there are no additional fees once you have posted your job and/or subscribed to a resume database. We will let you know when your service is about to expire; at that point, it is 100% up to you to renew your posting or subscription.
Our services are good for 30 days. Near of the end of the 30 days, we will let you know that your service is about to expire. At that point, you can decide whether or not to renew your posting or subscription.
A job posting is placed on our site, emailed, and sent via Facebook, Twitter, or push notification through our app to all job seekers in that position who are registered with us. As each job seeker applies, you are notified via email and at that time, you can review the resume through your DentalPost account and decide whether you would like to pursue that individual or not. A resume database subscription is where you purchase access to our resumes and can go through them, reaching out to candidates you find interesting. Please keep in mind that the resume search is not our entire audience as our job seekers have the choice of having their resume marked public or private. For job seekers who choose public, you will be able to see their resume.
It means that the job seeker has paid to be a job seeker premium account holder. The benefits that come with that are: – The badge gets their resume noticed faster – Their resume gets moved to the top of the list – They get to see who has viewed their profile (by zip code only) – They are able to receive feedback regarding their resume – They get 10% off of our resume service
For security purposes, you are not able to do this through our app. We ask that you log in to your DentalPost account through our website and go to “Practice Profile” or “Account” on the side menu to update your information.
The candidates in the resume list are in order by how frequently they visit our website. The most frequent visitors are always at the top of the list. Also, we offer our job seekers premium accounts, which would allow them to keep their resumes at the top of the list.