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I would recommend contacting a Heartland Office for an unpaid internship. Your chances of being hired are much more likely if you've proven yourself first.

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Stop lying!!! They always talk about supporting employees, so not true. They say if you see something say something, but they turn a blind eye to whatever you bring to their attention. Upon trying to blow the whistle on felonious activity, some people didn't even know what dept. or person to transfer me to. Then when I got her, she was so uninterested and aloof. Nothing was done and the employee I complained about retaliated against me, and I left. They are supposed to have policies against these things. Assistants have to learn to do almost everything, even some front desk stuff (which I don't care for), but everyone else only has their one job to perform. They also infringe on your personal time a lot with weekend trainings and staying late to make phone calls. And they want it all without overtime, talk about cracking the whip!

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I am in the process of applying form PMO (or however they abbreviate it) and they are currently doing a background check.

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Administrators do not have the education to be in management positions. Low raises. Mediocre benefits. Long hours. Tremendous responsibility with below average pay.

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Yes. I have a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene degree from the University of Oklahoma.

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Based off my experience, don’t talk about future goals if the goals require your time. The manager will look at it as if you won’t be dedicated to the practice. If you really want to get your foot in the door stick to discussing your credentials and that’s it. If you are happy with where you are and have no need or want to progress in life you’ll do just fine.

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Like helping people i have been med feild for 24 years

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About a week and training takes about a year

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Yes drug testing and background checks are part of application process

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