MID TERM PROJECT
Please choose one of job for this project (the job must be difference with the presentation assignment), after that: 1. Arrange job description, job analysis and job specification 2. Specify the source to get the prospective candidate
3. Specify the selection tools for the candidate (like test, etc) 4. Arranges 5 questions for each types of question (situational interview, behavioral interview, job related interview and stress interview)
I. Job Description, , job analysis and job specification
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
Dentists are healthcare professionals who provide preventive and restorative treatments for problems that affect the mouth and teeth. Most dentists work as self-employed practitioners in general practice, providing dental care to the public under The National Health Service (NHS) and/or privately. Others work in salaried posts within a variety of specialism in hospital dentistry, community dentistry, the armed forces, corporate practices, industry, or university teaching and research. A general dental practitioner (GDP) typically leads a team made up of dental care professionals (DCPs) and treats a wide range of patients, from children to the elderly. TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES
Most dentists work in dental practices where, in addition to the dentist(s), the team may include a receptionist, dental nurse, dental hygienist, dental therapist and dental technician. RESPONSIBILITIES
1. educating patients on oral healthcare;
2. examining teeth and diagnosing patients' dental conditions by using tools such as x-rays; 3. assessing treatment options and agreeing treatment plans with patients; 4. carrying out agreed clinical treatments such as restoring teeth affected by decay and treating gum disease; 5. maintaining patients' dental records;
6. recruiting, training and managing staff;
7. managing budgets and maintaining stocks of equipment;
8. keeping abreast of new developments through structured continuing professional development (CPD); 9. Marketing services to potential clients.
Some practices also employ practice managers so that dentists can concentrate on clinical work. SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
Dentists need to have knowledge of:
* how to assess and diagnose dental problems
* the structure and functions of the teeth, jaw and mouth * the structure and functions of the body, and general injuries and diseases of the body, especially the head and neck * injuries and diseases of the mouth
* dental and oral health care methods, materials and medicines * Hygiene and sterilization procedures and first aid.
Dentists need to be:
* able to relate to a wide range of people
* able to work well under pressure
* Good at problem-solving and decision-making.
Dentists need to have good eyesight (with or without corrective lenses) and good hand-eye co-ordination. They also need to have a good level of fitness and health, without any major back or hand problems because the work involves bending and using fine movements. WORKING CONDITION
Dentists must spend long hours on their feet. They must take precautions against infectious diseases and be able to deal with tense patients. They are rewarded, however, by the prestige of their profession. Because they often have several helpers, dentists must be able to supervise the work of others. They should also have good business sense. They must be responsible and careful professionals who can work well with their hands. Dentists usually set their own schedules. Many choose to work more than forty hours per week, including some evening and Saturday hours. Some dentists prefer a part-time schedule.usually work regular business hours, but may be required to do some evening and weekend work in offices and surgeries in places such as private practices, hospitals and community health centers....
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