Join CHAS Health as a Dental Assistant and play a vital role in supporting our patients, providers, and community. We are currently hiring for several locations throughout Spokane County. Visit our careers portal to apply!
- Join the CHAS Health Team! -
$2,000 Sign-on Bonus!
- Very -
Starting pay at $23.75 per hour. Higher starting wages for those with experience.
- Flexible -
Opportunities to work full-time, modified, and part-time.
- Incredible -
Continuing education opportunities and tuition reimbursement.
Lets Talk Benefits!
The CHAS Health employee culture and work-life balance is something that our organization puts at the top of our priority list. Providing a safe, fun, and open work atmosphere is important. We believe in celebrating our staff and celebrating frequently.
All employees are valued team members at CHAS Health. You work hard and we want your career to work hand in hand with your life. CHAS Health provides the following benefits to all employees.
* For full-time employees
". . . Makes me feel good about what i'm doing for the community." - Maddy Hoffman
"The providers I work with are amazing. Everebody has the same goal, and that's to help everybody get better oral health" - Marissa Romanyszyn
"I've worked here over ten years and it's been an amazing experience" - Stephanie Curtis
- About CHAS Health -
CHAS Health is a non-profit, federally qualified health center that is committed to high-quality medical, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health services. To find out more about our organization, visit our About Us page.
The mission of CHAS Health is to improve the overall health of the communities we serve by expanding access to quality health and wellness services.
Dental Assistant Apprenticeship Program
The dental assistant apprenticeship program is a 1 year (2,000 hour) on-the-job training program facilitated by CHAS Health to train individuals to work as Registered Dental Assistants in the state of Washington and Idaho. Apprentices will be employed with CHAS Health full-time while simultaneously completing related coursework, which includes homework assignments and mandatory lab days. Following successful completion of the program, the dental assistant will be transitioned into a regular, full-time position.