Sample Dental Assistant Resume
Our sample Dental Assistant
resume is a great starting point to inspire your own writing.
Note that this Sample dental assistant resume,
and all these samples are very basic and in no way do they represent what your
own resume could be and should be. Leave that to the professionals. With each
sample page I add a quick “how to” at the end that teaches you how to adjust
these samples to make them your own.
Our sample Dental Assistant resume will help
you on your journey
Use this Dental ssistant resume example to inspire you and get your career moving.
- Firstly, set aside several
hours to build a resume.
- You will need quiet space and a computer with Word
(recommended) or similar.
- Set the
tone. Do your homework. Are
you applying for a similar role, are you experienced in the job that you seek
or is this a career change? These are questions you need to ask to tailor your resume.
- Set the
framework. Think about your work history and quickly jot down the positions you’ve held, whom you
worked for and the dates you worked there. Double check details and spelling to
ensure accuracy. Go back five years - or more if you have stayed in the current
job for several years.
- Flesh out
your work history using job descriptions for each. If they are not available, you will have to work
from memory. Your job is to expand on your
- I cannot stress the
importance of “fully” detailing your duties.
It helps the employer understand exactly what you can do, and it helps you
understand your strengths as well.
- Ensure the layout is attractive (check through the
samples for inspiration). Do not use photographs unless your job requires
it. Strive for two to three pages (less for
- You now have all the
information you need to write a
compelling summary outlining your strengths (see examples). This paragraph goes at the beginning.
- If you have
identified specific skills, you can add bullet points shortly following the summary i.e.,
Advanced Microsoft Suite Experience etc.
- Are you happy with the
result? Good. Now proofread and have a trusted friend
proofread it with you. Then check it again.
- And don’t forget a well-written cover letter using your
strengths to target the role on offer.
You’re worth it!
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