30+ days ago


Austin, TX


Are you looking for a permanent full-time position with an established small-business that focuses on family, great care, and having fun? Do you long for a comfortable and reliable job that allows your great smile & attitude to fully shine on a daily basis? Or are you caught in a bland office with no fun, no excitement, and serving as nothing more than a cog in the wheel of a poorly run office more concerned with turning over chairs?

We are proud to partner with a highly respected, privately-owned & operated dental office in north Austin, Texas -- this organization believes in providing patients top care, they educate their patients on the importance of dental health, and they allow their valued employees the chance to provide great care in a fun, family-oriented practice that serves patients of all ages. Supporting their outstanding team of dentists, hygienists, and other clinicians is a vital admin team and we are specifically looking for a scheduling coordinator.

This opportunity may not be for everyone. If you aren't a fan of working directly with clients, working both at a desk and on your feet, and working with a busy but well-managed dentist office this might not be for you -- and that's okay!

If you’re looking for a permanent full-time job that not only gives you a good paycheck & benefits, but also gives you a fun job in a busy practice with owners who have big hearts and Texas values this is the place for you!

In search of a dependable and reliable scheduling coordinator to join an established private dental practice in north Austin.

This position is full-time with daytime hours Monday through Friday. No late evenings are required.

Looking for someone that is comfortable working with customers/clients in-person and on the phone. Must be well-spoken, computer-literate, and able to work well with a team in a fast-paced environment.

This is a full-time job with great benefits and opportunity for advancement.

All serious applicants are encouraged to apply. Experience in dentistry is preferred but not required.