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New: Get Hired in Under 60 Seconds on Stynt!

Getting dental industry temp jobs on Stynt is faster and easier than ever! We’re excited to announce that recent upgrades to our technology will get you hired for most temp jobs in 60 seconds! Stynt is the fastest way to get hired for high-paying dental industry temp jobs.

To be hired in 60 seconds, you must be the first person to apply for the job AND have a 4-star (or above) rating. If you’re a new pro without a star rating, you can easily obtain one by submitting references. Submit references.

Jobs fill quickly, so please make sure to apply as soon as you receive a job alert!

The best part? Stynt is growing faster than ever and offices are posting new jobs all the time. Whether you’re a dentist, hygienist, assistant, office manager or a front desk personnel, we have the jobs that match your availability and desired pay rate.

If you have any questions, please view Stynt’s support center.

Want to get hired in 60 seconds? Go see for yourself and apply for jobs today!

9 More Healthcare Job Interviewing Basics Every Hiring Manager Must Know

Published: July 10, 2018

The function of any healthcare job interview is to make a sound hiring decision for your practice. The healthcare practice  manager uses the interview to gain personal knowledge about the candidate’s skill level, career history, education, and level of skill. The healthcare job interview will also reveal the candidate’s enthusiasm, attitude, and general intelligence, giving the manager an immediate sense of how well the candidate would fit into the organization. READ MORE >

7 of the Best Job Interview Tips for Healthcare Professionals We’ve Ever Seen

Follow these 7 proven job interview tips if you want to ace your next interview and land that perfect healthcare job that matches your skills:

1. Research the Position and the Employer

The first of our job interview tips is critical to set yourself up for a successful interview.
Before your next healthcare job interview, do your homework. Learn as much as you can about the position and the employer looking to fill it. Your recruiter or agency should be able to give you that information, but if they can’t or won’t, do your own research. Tap into your own industry contacts, visit the library, or conduct research on the Internet READ MORE >