Advertising the Position

Many options are available, including social media and word-of-mouth advertising.

Employment Practices

Advertising the Position

The goal of your ad is to attract attention and get qualified individuals to apply for the position. But before you advertise your open position, have a clear idea of what you want to communicate. ​​​​​​​Your first step begins with your job description and using key elements of it to create an appealing ad. Begin with a concise statement that you can expand on – depending on space and cost.

Tips for Writing a Job Posting

Whether you advertise online or in print, there are several things your ad should include.

  • Job title – this should clearly identify the position
  • Company information – provide an overview of your practice, services you offer, and  why it’s a good place to work.
  • Job description – give the reader an overview of the responsibilities.
  • Requirements – list desired experience and education needed for this position. Differentiate between necessary and preferred qualifications.
  • How to apply – can they apply online, should they mail or fax a resume and cover letter?

Sample Chiropractic Job Postings

Front Desk (Control Station) Chiropractic Assistant
Busy chiropractic office seeks (full-time/part-time) assistant. Clerical and computer skills necessary. Duties include greeting patients, collecting fees, scheduling appointments, data entry, and filing. Must be people-oriented. Willing to train the right person. Call (_________) between (hour) and (hour) ONLY or fax resume to (_________).

Clinical Assistant
Busy chiropractic office seeks (full-time/part-time) person to assist doctor with patients. Basic office skills required including basic computer skills. Must be enthusiastic and have a positive attitude. Call (_________) between (hour) and (hour) ONLY or fax resume to (_________).

Insurance/Billing Assistant
Busy chiropractic office seeks (full-time/part-time) person for third-party billing. Must be organized, with experience in billing and collections and strong computer skills. Call (_________) between (hour) and (hour) ONLY or fax resume to (_________).

The information in the NCMIC Learning Center is offered solely for general information and educational purposes. It is not offered as, nor does it represent, legal or professional advice. Neither does this information constitute a guideline, practice parameter or standard of care. You should not act or rely upon this information without seeking the advice of an attorney familiar with the specific legal requirements of the state(s) in which you practice. If there is a discrepancy between the site and an insurance policy you have with NCMIC, the policy will prevail.