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Dental Assistant

About you
You are a respectful person with the ability to contribute to our organisation. You are positive and love to learn. You will be driven, have a positive attitude and take pride in their work.

About the role
This role is an exciting opportunity for providing chairside assistance to dental clinicians, and provides other support to the dental team including instrument reprocessing. To be successful in this role you will meet the following criteria and have: Certificate III in Dental Assisting or equivalent or relevant experience as a Dental Assistant together with capacity and willingness to complete Certificate III in Dental Assisting,. Effective communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to relate well to adults, children and other health professionals. Ability to work harmoniously in a team environment, showing motivation and willingness to acquire new skills. Demonstrated computer literacy with capacity to effectively utilise electronic patient
record and patient administration software packages. Demonstrated capacity to maintain confidentiality at all times.

About Us
OAMS is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation that has been successfully providing health and human services to the whole Orange community since 2005. The service started operations from Palmer Street in Orange with approximately 5 staff; 20 years later OAMS now has over 120 staff ranging from Transport Support, Community Connectors, Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Aboriginal Health Practitioners, Wellbeing & Support Coordinators, Managers, Administrative and Compliance, Plan Managers, Case Managers and visiting specialist services.

Vision
OAMS is the leading regional community healing, care and wellbeing hub of choice.

Purpose
OAMS is ethical and transparent, giving voice to a culture of safety through integrated services that are sustainable, accessible, responsive, innovative, relevant, embrace diversity, and are ‘ahead of the game’. We are committed to providing services that result in improved quality of life for people in our community. We are focused on a holistic and friendly approach to the physical, social and emotional wellbeing of our community. OAMS is committed to the privacy legislation and we are compliant in maintaining confidentiality. We provide a range of services to our community which can be viewed in more detail on this website.

How to Apply
Your application must include a cover letter and an up-to-date resume that details your capabilities and experience in relation to the above role.
Closing Date: Wednesday, 29 May 2024 11.59pm
Contact: Janette Lomondot – Dental Administration Lead janettel@oams.net.au
Chloe Navin – People & Workforce Lead chloen@oams.net.au

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Your application must include a cover letter and an up-to-date resume that details your capabilities and experience in relation to the role.

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