Dental Assistant

No experience required...we'll train the right candidates


Augusta, Maine

opportunity OVERVIEW:

Maine Dental Group is now hiring & WAIVING TRAINING & CERTIFICATION COSTS for individuals that are interested in getting their career started as a Dental Assistant. You read that right… We are SPONSORING the education, training and certifications for you to begin with us as a DENTAL ASSISTANT!

Maine Dental Group offers great pay, group healthcare benefits, paid time off, paid holidays, 401(k), and schedules that promote work-life balance. Join our Maine, family-owned, rapidly growing, healthcare company, where you get to be the reason someone smiles every day! We provide classroom and hands-on training support for the right candidates.

This is a perfect opportunity for someone looking to grow their career with a stable & thriving organization. This program applies to all offices with active Dental Assistant openings.

Our team members are part of our family, where we provide professional, financial, and personal growth for your dental career. Our dental practices provide excellent patient care, and our team members are appreciated and respected as professional colleagues.

If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about this life-changing opportunity, APPLY TODAY!

What you'll be doing...

What you need to be...

Be Good With Patients

Sometimes you’ll need to manage difficult or emotional patient situations. We need you to respond promptly to patient needs, solicit patient feedback to improve service, respond to requests for service and assistance and meet the level of service we have committed to with our patients

Be A Good Listener & Communicator

Always be listening by giving your full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions when appropriate, and not interrupting at the wrong times. You should be comfortable talking to others and convey information effectively.

Be Flexible

Must be flexible and understand that job duties may change from time to time and that you might be asked to assist in other areas of the office. You need to be able to work both independently and cooperatively in team settings.

Be A Team Player

You need to be able to balance team and individual responsibilities, be objective and open to others' views, give and welcome feedback, contribute to building a positive team spirit; put the success of the team above own interest, build morale and support group commitments to goals and objectives, support everyone's efforts to succeed, listen and respond constructively to other team members' ideas and proposals, be open with other team members about their concerns, express your disagreements constructively.

Be Ethical

Treat people with respect, keep your commitments, inspire the trust of others, work ethically and with integrity, uphold organizational values, always maintain the highest level of confidentiality to HIPAA standards, and stick to office policy and procedures when collecting payments.

Be Supportive

Follow policies and procedures, complete your administrative tasks correctly and on time, support the company’s goals and values, be a benefit to the community through outside activities, support affirmative action and respect diversity.

Be Reliable

Consistently show up at work and on time. If you need time off, make sure that your work responsibilities are covered. Be on time for meetings and appointments.​

Be Safe

Follow our strict safety guidelines and procedures, OSHA and office standards.

Be A Multitasker

Be able to comfortably and efficiently handle multiple deadlines and task assignments.

Be Detailed

Must be detail oriented in order to work efficiently in small spaces and maintain patient comfort.

Be Thinking Ahead

You need to be always thinking ahead in order to anticipate the needs of the doctor as well as the patient.

Be A Professional

Always represent the practice in a professional, pleasant, and cooperative manner.

Be Able To Read & Write

Write clearly and informatively, edit your work for spelling and grammar, adapt your writing style to meet needs of the job; present numbers effectively, and be able to read and interpret written information.

Be Tech-Savvy

We don’t need you to write computer code but we need you to be able to use basic office equipment like a computer, copy machine and telephone. You should also know how to use the internet and email.

What the job requires physically & emotionally...

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The inability to cope with a stressful work environment does not constitute a protected disability.

While performing the duties of this job the employee…

What the environment is like...



High School Diploma or GED Certificate


No Experience Required...We are willing to train and sponsor the required certifications

Good to know...


There may be occasional travel, by car or plane, required in order to participate in continuing education or seminars

Supervisory Responsibilities

None for this role

What you get...

Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
Amazing Dental Benefits
Vision Insurance
Free Training

Get the same training we usually charge $4,500 for...FREE (limited time offer)

Health Insurance
401(k) Retirement Savings Plan

Consistently show up at work and on time. If you need time off, make sure that your work responsibilities are covered. Be on time for meetings and appointments.​

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