If you are interested in applying for a position with Family 1st Dental please send a resume and cover letter, including the position, title, and office location, to the HR Department c/o Emily Rutledge via mail or email:
Family First Dental Support Center
Attn: HR – Hiring Department
504 West Prospect Avenue
Norfolk NE 68701
Phone: (402) 644-3177
Family 1st Dental is a private group practice that has over 30 offices in Nebraska and Iowa. Our goal is to deliver the best in dental care, using the most current technologies and materials at each location, while supporting our associates and team members with encouragement, camaraderie, and continuing education.
Our mission has been and always will be, to provide caring and affordable dental services to our patients and their families. Family First Dental is familiar with many of the problems that dental clinics face and have found many effective ways to improve dental practices and help them continue to thrive. Our team understands how easy it is for a dentist to get caught up in running the business side of the dental clinic and how it is possible to lose focus on dentistry itself. That is where we come in.
We have a standard of excellence that all of our clinics adhere to, but each clinic is distinctive. Each community, doctor, and patient is distinctive. We recognize and celebrate that distinctiveness in each office.
Family 1st has been fortunate to have a professional management team that oversees to our development, growth, and focus. Our successes and expansion, in large part, is due to the knowledge, efforts, dedication, and common sense of our management support team.
Please check this section to find out what positions are currently available to help us fulfill our mission.
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