Free online job service for dental students being tested

Jan. 24, 2006
Looking for Dental spearheading trial period from January to April.

Zeist, the Netherlands — Looking for Dental is developing, in association with a dental technician college, a free service for students.

From January until the end of the trial period in April, both parties and students will be closely involved to test the system.

The new system allows dental- and dentistry students to present themselves online on a worldwide dental portal. By using their own login, they will bee able to introduce themselves to potential employers, and fill in what their specialty is and the type of work in which they are seeking.

By placing a photograph of their best piece of work, they will complete their presentation. On the Looking for Dental marketplace, students also can indicate that they are in search of equipment they use during their study.

Worldwide per year, thousands of new dental technicians and dentistry students graduate. Many dental laboratories will be in search of new specialists for their laboratory.

This service has been developed to fulfill in the need of bringing employers and jobseekers in touch with each other.

Beginning in April, the new service will be ready for use of all dental technician and dental students worldwide. The system for students will be added to the existing services for manufacturers, distributors, dental laboratories and dentists.

With this system, registered users can adapt their company data, place products or pieces of work online, sell second hands articles, or place job openings.

For further information, please contact:

Hans Dijk, Business Operations
Tel + 31.6.538.700.71
E-mail [email protected]