The job below is no longer available.

You might also like

in Chelsea, MA

  • U.S. Navy 26d ago
    Urgently hiring5.7 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • U.S. Navy 26d ago
    Urgently hiring5.7 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • $31
    est. per hour
    Beth Israel Lahey Health Behavioral Services 17h ago
    Just posted13 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • Fidelity Investments 6d ago
    4.2 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • $61
    est. per hour
    Accuity 4h ago
    1 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • $47
    est. per hour
    Uncommon Schools 2h ago
    1 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • The Home for Little Wanderers, Inc. 2h ago
    9.1 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • $37
    est. per hour
    Acquia 4h ago
    2.6 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
  • $28
    est. per hour
    The Home for Little Wanderers, Inc. 2h ago
    Just posted4.5 mi Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
Use left and right arrow keys to navigate
Estimated Pay $63 per hour
Hours Full-time
Location Chelsea, Massachusetts

About this job

Overview:
Job Summary:

T his position is responsible for the assimilation and smooth operation of productive dental teams across multiple sites. In conjunction with the Chief Dental Officer, Chief Field Operations, Regional Dental Directors, and District Managers, this position is responsible for coaching/mentoring all doctors, the management and supervision of personnel, client/patient relations and satisfaction, and serving as a role model for clinical leadership/staff.

Essential Functions and Primary Responsibilities:
  • Develop, coach and mentor doctors to reach performance potential, in particular for new doctors during their onboarding and ramp up period
  • Ensure adherence to all government and state dental board rules regulations, including CMS, HIPPA and OSHA regulations
  • Ensure doctors are following diagnostic and preventative ADA and AAPD Guidelines (Caries Risk Assessment (CRA), X-Rays, Sealants)
  • Perform dentistry 25% of the week, best practice is to schedule days in all offices within the district monthly if possible
  • Must perform dentistry in offices with a new doctor
  • Work closely with the office leadership team to ensure programs are effectively managed, the staff is fully trained, and that customer service standards are met
  • Ensure doctors identify and refer patients for specialty services, as appropriate
  • Ensure doctors are providing positive memorable experiences for patients and parents
  • Respond to and resolve clinical patient concerns within 24 hours at DM request
  • Ensure doctor answering and responding to after-hours calls
  • Partner with Talent Acquisition in selection process. Ensure all doctors are on-boarded and trained. Own the training of your district's doctors.
  • Responsible for doctor engagement and retention through focus on Smile on, Our Smiles
  • Manage doctors at risk due to their performance, dissatisfaction, or seeking exit
  • Improve year over year office performance by developing and executing on SMART action plan

Non-Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
  • Participate in community events to include dental school meetings, board member meetings, dental associations and other opportunities to represent the Company in the dental and local communities
  • Ensure weekly doctor scheduling is properly managed with the DM to meet patient demand, including appropriate PTO and/or CE request approval with DM
  • Support Ortho, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, and General Anesthesia doctors and programs in offices
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Education/Experience:
  • The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of management experience preferably with a multi-site dental practice. Must have experience managing other dentists and staff.
  • DDS/DMD from a dental education program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation
  • Must have a current, valid license to practice dentistry in the states where providing patient care (License must be in good standing) or be willing and able to obtain licensure.
  • Current, valid license to practice dentistry in states where providing care or eligible for licensure
  • Other certifications as required - CPR, DEA, etc.
  • Compassion and a strong desire to provide dental care to both children and adults

Physical Requirements:

The nature of work requires the ability to:
  • Candidates must be willing to live within the region they will be managing.
  • This position will require approximately 75% administrative and 25% chair time within the designated area.
  • Travel within the region is required.


We value teamwork, mutual respect, and cooperation. We do not practice unlawful discrimination, including harassment, or tolerate it in our workplace. What do we mean by discrimination? We mean that we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.