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Job Locations US-TX-Pearland | US-TX-Pearland
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $16.00 - $22.00   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1729
Practice : Name
McGrory Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Bellaire | US-TX-Houston
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Records Technician  Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00 - $19.00    Description: Records Technicians plays a vital role in ensuring each patient receives excellent treatment! They are responsible for the sterilization of instruments for the clinical team and updating patient records with 100% accuracy!    We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Manage patient records and provide office tours when onboarding a new patient   - Take patient x-rays and photos, including facial front, occlusal lower, intraoral right and left, etc.  - Knowledge and understanding of impressions and pouring models  - Accurately record keeping on all patients - Ensure lab is fully stocked and backed up - Assist both front and clinical team when needed    Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of orthodontic treatment plans and care  - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Strong organizational skills  - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).  
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1728
Practice : Name
Houston Orthodontics Specialists
Job Locations US-TX-Duncanville | US-TX-Grand Prairie
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00- $20.00    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1727
Practice : Name
Henderson Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Duncanville | US-TX-Grand Prairie
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00- $20.00   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1726
Practice : Name
Henderson Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Crowley | US-TX-Fort Worth
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1725
Practice : Name
MIK ORTHO
Job Locations US-FL-Lake Mary | US-FL-DeBary
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Orthodontic Office Coordinator  Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Office Coordinators plays a vital role in ensuring each patient receives excellent treatment! They are responsible for: - Welcoming the patients when they visit the practice and for scheduling appointments for both new and current patients.  - Sterilization of instruments for the clinical team and updating patient records with 100% accuracy! - Not only be the best part of our patient's day, but to see their assigned patients in a timely manner, while creating the most special patient experience and connection. Responsible for Recalls and Observation appointments, their own column of patients during the day, also be backup for current TC in New Patient Capacity or PTO/Sick days   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Welcome patients as they enter the practice - Answer phones and greet patients - Scheduling appointments for both new and current patients and answering any questions they may have about their upcoming appointments  - Assist in opening and closing the practice everyday with other members of the team  - Take payments and assist in verifying insurance, if needed - Serve as the "face" and the "voice" of the practice - Cover Treatment Coordinator overflow - Assist with CRM and admin duties     Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to patients, Doctor and team  - Must have strong organizational skills and ability to multitask  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of front office and administrative duties   - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset  Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Strong organizational skills  - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years front office experience, dental preferred  Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Non-Clinical
ID
2024-1724
Practice : Name
Cordoba Orthodontics
Job Locations US-FL-Miami | US-FL-Miami Beach
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Scheduling Coordinator  Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Scheduling Coordinators plays a vital role in ensuring each patient receives excellent treatment! They are responsible for welcoming the patients when they visit the practice and for scheduling appointments for both new and current patients.    We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Welcome patients as they enter the practice - Answer phones and greet patients - Scheduling appointments for both new and current patients and answering any questions they may have about their upcoming appointments  - Assist in opening and closing the practice everyday with other members of the team  - Take payments and assist in verifying insurance, if needed - Serve as the "face" and the "voice" of the practice   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to patients, Doctor and team  - Must have strong organizational skills and ability to multitask  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of front office and administrative duties   - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset  Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Strong organizational skills  - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years front office experience, dental preferred  Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Non-Clinical
ID
2024-1723
Practice : Name
Gohill Orthodontics
Job Locations US-VA-Charlottesville | US-VA-Charlottesville | US-VA-Zion Crossroads
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1722
Practice : Name
Charlottesville Orthodontics
Job Locations US-VA-Charlottesville | US-VA-Charlottesville | US-VA-Zion Crossroads
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Scheduling Coordinator  Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Scheduling Coordinators plays a vital role in ensuring each patient receives excellent treatment! They are responsible for welcoming the patients when they visit the practice and for scheduling appointments for both new and current patients.    We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Welcome patients as they enter the practice - Answer phones and greet patients - Scheduling appointments for both new and current patients and answering any questions they may have about their upcoming appointments  - Assist in opening and closing the practice everyday with other members of the team  - Take payments and assist in verifying insurance, if needed - Serve as the "face" and the "voice" of the practice   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to patients, Doctor and team  - Must have strong organizational skills and ability to multitask  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of front office and administrative duties   - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset  Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Strong organizational skills  - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years front office experience, dental preferred  Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Non-Clinical
ID
2024-1721
Practice : Name
Charlottesville Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TN-Nashville
Southern Orthodontic Partners is a fast paced, entrepreneurial organization offering a premier network of orthodontic care.  We provide business management expertise to our partner practices, enabling orthodontic professionals to focus on delivering the best possible care to their patients. Our partner practices benefit from our centralized support system, operational best practices, recruiting network, and marketing expertise. Our mission is to positively impact the orthodontic profession through a partnership of clinical and service excellence with the country’s leading doctors.   Role: AP Specialist Job Type: Full-time, Non-Exempt Reports To: AP Manager Location: Nashville - Onsite Hourly Rate: $26-29/hr.     Description: The AP Specialist role is an integral part of the accounting function at SOP and will be responsible for the execution of daily accounts payable and related vendor reconciliation and analysis. The AP Specialist will work closely with the accounting team and ensure accuracy and timeliness in the coding of invoices for departments and locations. Reporting to the AP Manager, this is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with experience in accounts payable or accounting of a service-based business to join an entrepreneurial environment and assist in the establishment of a solid accounts payable team supporting a high-growth company.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions*: - Primary responsibility for Accounts Payable process, including daily invoice processing and statement reconciliation - Support implementation of AP process at new partner practices - Primary practice contact for ongoing AP support, managing relationships with practice leadership across platform - Transition vendor accounts for acquisitions to SOP, including creation of transition plan utilizing best practices and working with vendors to identify transition requirements - Manages expense reimbursement process for corporate team - Collaborates with AP Manager on improving processes and systems to increase efficiency and scalability of AP process - Performs other duties as assigned *Please note:  this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position.  Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Proficient in data entry and management - Strong interpersonal and communication skills - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail - Ability to work well with a dynamic team and balance multiple deadlines - Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Ability to maintain confidentiality - Experience with Microsoft Office (primarily Excel) - Practices shared accountability with other functional areas of the business Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma (bachelor’s degree in business, Accounting, or related field preferred but not required). - 2+ years accounts payable or general accounting experience - Valid driver’s license Preferred Requirements: - Working knowledge of Accounting principles, including accruals for AP - High School Diploma - Prior experience managing accounts payable function - Prior experience with AP systems/platforms Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4%   Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, bending, reaching, walking - Hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to maneuver in an office environment (keyboard, phone, copier, and other office equipment - Mobility required to maneuver travel requirements   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Accounting/Finance
ID
2024-1719
Practice : Name
Southern Orthodontic Partners
Job Locations US-VA-Fredericksburg
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1717
Practice : Name
Fredericksburg Orthodontics
Job Locations US-VA-Henrico
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1714
Practice : Name
James River Orthodontics
Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1713
Practice : Name
AM Orthodontics
Job Locations US-MO-Chesterfield
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Treatment Coordinator  Job Type: Full-time, Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $20.00 - $24.00 hourly    Description: A Treatment Coordinator's main priority is to not only be the best part of our patient's day, but to see their assigned patients in a timely manner, while creating the most special patient experience and connection. The Treatment Coordinator's main goal is to convert as many patients as possible.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Responsible for seeing every consultation in your assigned column throughout the day. These consultations may vary between New Patient Exams, Observations, Conferences, Treatment Summaries, Re-Treat Exams, and Re-Exams. - Responsible for making sure you complete all necessary duties from the previous consultation before moving on to the next patients, keeping your time limit to the allocated appointment time templated. - Convert as many patients as possible into same day starts as SDS are part of our culture. If a patient cannot start same day, then it is your responsibility to schedule their next appointment before they leave the office! - Must have a knowledge and understanding of all orthodontic appliances and procedures recommended throughout treatment. (Expanders, Bracket Types, Extractions/Exposures, Bite Correctors, Interproximal Reduction, etc.) - Responsible for documenting all details from the consultations in the patient's chart. - Responsible for writing up and reviewing financial arrangements, proposals and autopayments as well as taking down payments for your same day starts. You must be comfortable discussing/handling money and be very detailed when taking payments and what the terms cover prior to receiving final signatures from the responsible party. *Please note:  this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position.  Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Excellent communication skills to present treatment plans to patients  - Ability to "sell" treatment plans to patients and successfully secure their start  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of orthodontic treatment plans and care  - Comfortable discussing financial arrangements and payment plans with patients  - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Prior treatment planning experience, orthodontic preferred - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Non-Clinical
ID
2024-1711
Practice : Name
Alizadeh &Schreiner Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Tomball
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $20.00 - $27.00 hourly    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1709
Practice : Name
Hanigan & Johnson Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Pearland
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt, temp  Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $20.00 - $25.00 hourly    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1708
Practice : Name
McGrory Orthodontics
Job Locations US-KS-Lawrence
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00-$20.00 hourly    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1704
Practice : Name
Oread Orthodontics
Job Locations US-IL-Oak Lawn
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1703
Practice : Name
Petty & Bielik Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Bellaire
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $18.00 - $22.00    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1700
Practice : Name
Houston Orthodontics Specialists
Job Locations US-TX-Sugar Land
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $18.00- $22.00    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or CA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1698
Practice : Name
Garrett Boyd Orthodontics
Job Locations US-IL-Oak Lawn
Southern Orthodontic Partners is a fast paced, entrepreneurial organization offering a premier network of orthodontic care.  We provide business management expertise to our partner practices, enabling orthodontic professionals to focus on delivering the best possible care to their patients. Our partner practices benefit from our centralized support system, operational best practices, recruiting network, and marketing expertise. Our mission is to positively impact the orthodontic profession through a partnership of clinical and service excellence with the country’s leading doctors.   Role:  Regional Director of Operations Job Type: Full-time, Exempt Reports To: Vice President of Operations Location: Chicago - travel required!   Description: The Regional Director of Operations role is responsible for providing operational leadership, direction and administration to assigned practices within a geographic territory.  The role ensures operational effectiveness and holds P&L responsibility in assigned region.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills   Essential Job Functions*: - Knowledge of the Orthodontic Industry and practice dynamics - Collaborates with practice leadership to implement top-line growth initiatives, manage expenses, and execute operational plans - Participates in the budget preparation process and implement practice improvements - Oversees local practice administrators and key team members to serve as a valuable resource in developing and executing their practice level goals and support achieving annual budget with long-term success and growth of each practice and the Region - Applies data centric approach using KPI’s to understand the business and growth drivers, collaborating with VP of Operations and implements performance improvement goals and initiatives at each practice - Serves as a liaison between VP of Operations and practices to ensure the practice is receiving adequate corporate support for success in each functional area - Develop relationships and lead monthly meetings with key stakeholders in the Region-with a key focus on partner Doctors - Ensures high quality patient care and compliance remain top priorities at each practice; develops and collects data that supports the maintenance of key quality metrics - Willingness to travel 60%-70% of the week to each practice location offering face-to-face support and guidance; seeks to listen and understand practice feedback - Ensures compliance with applicable government laws, rules, regulations and (SOP or Company) policies and procedures - Possess strong management skills with the ability to mentor, coach, and lead team members without a direct reporting relationship - Serves as a cultural leader of excellence in region; monitors and manages team morale - Consults with Human Resources as necessary in employee relations and team member engagement matters - Cross-functional team approach with operations, human resources, finance, and business intelligence - Gathers, analyzes, and presents data with useful metrics to leadership team - Strong management skills with ability to mentor, coach, and lead team members without direct reporting relationship - Helps support office refresh and redesign for improved experiences and workflows - Performs other duties as assigned. *Please note:  this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position.  Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Experience with managing budgets, delivering information from P&L statements delivering strong results within a growth-oriented organization - Effective written, verbal, and electronic communication that is professional in both content and delivery - Ability to gain trust and respect of the doctors, teams, and peers - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Ability to take initiative and exercise independent judgment, decision-making and problem-solving expertise - Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Ability to maintain confidentiality - Computer proficiency in Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint - Practices shared accountability with other functional areas of the business - Agility by adapting as needed in role to changing priorities - Strong financial aptitude with ability and interest in taking full ownership over the Region’s P&L - Ability to work on development plans with admin, treatment coordinator, clinical, practice manager, and Doctor Minimum Requirements: - Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Healthcare Administration, or related field (or equivalent work experience) - 5+ years of people management experience (giving/receiving feedback, managing team results, setting objectives, motivating, and coaching) - 7 years relevant work experience - Flexible schedule - Valid driver’s license Preferred Requirements: - 3-5 years of experience in dental industry, preferably orthodontics - Familiarity with orthodontic practice management systems Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, bending, reaching, walking - Hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to maneuver in an office environment (keyboard, phone, copier, and other office equipment - Mobility required to maneuver travel requirements Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Operations
ID
2024-1695
Practice : Name
Petty & Bielik Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Plano
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Records Technician  Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00- $20.00    Description: Records Technicians plays a vital role in ensuring each patient receives excellent treatment! They are responsible for the sterilization of instruments for the clinical team and updating patient records with 100% accuracy!    We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Manage patient records and provide office tours when onboarding a new patient   - Take patient x-rays and photos, including facial front, occlusal lower, intraoral right and left, etc.  - Knowledge and understanding of impressions and pouring models  - Accurately record keeping on all patients - Ensure lab is fully stocked and backed up - Assist both front and clinical team when needed    Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of orthodontic treatment plans and care  - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Strong organizational skills  - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).  
Category
Non-Clinical
ID
2024-1690
Practice : Name
Goldreich Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Southlake
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00 - $20.00    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or COA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1687
Practice : Name
Groves Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TN-Nashville
Southern Orthodontic Partners is a fast paced, entrepreneurial organization offering a premier network of orthodontic care.  We provide business management expertise to our partner practices, enabling orthodontic professionals to focus on delivering the best possible care to their patients. Our partner practices benefit from our centralized support system, operational best practices, recruiting network, and marketing expertise. Our mission is to positively impact the orthodontic profession through a partnership of clinical and service excellence with the country’s leading doctors.     Role: CRM Marketing Specialist Job Type: Full-time, Exempt Reports To: CRM Manager Location: Nashville - Onsite   Description: We are creating a best-in-class organization and seeking a key marketing team member to join our quickly growing company. This position will play a very important part in our overall CRM strategy and will serve as a key support role within our rapidly growing marketing department.    We are seeking someone with a passion for marketing, a desire to enhance their overall marketing skills and knowledge, and a commitment to contributing to an organization where they can make a meaningful impact. This role entails a strong understanding of data, the ability to implement CRM systems, manage and update automations, analyze data to gain in-depth insights, identify and address customer satisfaction issues, collaborate with customer service teams, and provide consulting to other CRM users within the company.   This position will act as a point of reference for all things CRM-related, generate and interpret data from vendors, ensure the CRM's accuracy and reliability, maximize the features and benefits of the CRM, and collaborate with various teams to improve customer care and marketing based on the CRM numbers and data.   This is beyond an excellent opportunity to work in the fast-paced environment of healthcare consolidation, and gain experience in a performance driven, private equity backed company.    We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Key Responsibilities*: - Works closely with practices to ensure CRM adoption by providing ongoing assistance via proactive outreach - Works with the CRM team to find new and innovate ways to use the tool. - Analyze campaign results and provide insights and recommendations for current and future CRM marketing campaigns - Ensures practices are following all CRM policies and procedures relating to patient outreach - Assist with continuing education ensuring practice leaders are executing best practices and maximizing tool functionality - Generate reports for various stakeholders - Helps create, update, and maintain messaging script for practices - Assist in training practices on new systems and service offerings as well as special sales and promotions. *Please note:  this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position.  Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Keys to Success: - Strong work ethic and willing to dig in - Demonstrated ability to work independently with initiative and in a collaborative, team-oriented environment - Can-do attitude about finding solutions - Highly detail-oriented and able to synthesize and effectively communicate findings - Excellent communication skills - Must demonstrate a track record with the ability to prioritize, organize, and multi-task in a flexible and fast-paced environment Required Qualifications: A qualified candidate should be an accomplished marketing and customer engagement professional with the following minimum competencies: - 2-4 years of experience in marketing - 1+ year minimum CRM experience – ActiveCampaign experience a plus - 40% travel overnight - Basic Excel skills - Experience working inside an agency a plus - Project management experience a plus - Previous work with a centralized support model is preferred - Multi-location experience a plus Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, bending, reaching, walking - Hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to maneuver in an office environment (keyboard, phone, copier, and other office equipment - Mobility required to maneuver travel requirements   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Marketing
ID
2024-1682
Practice : Name
Southern Orthodontic Partners
Job Locations US-TX-Tomball
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $20.00 - $27.00   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or COA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1681
Practice : Name
Hanigan & Johnson Orthodontics
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
TBraces Orthodontics is seeking an orthodontist to join their compassionate and talented team! TBraces has offices conveniently located in Arlington and Herndon, Virginia...only minutes away from downtown D.C. The team is committed to providing the highest standards of integrity, innovation, and care to their patients. To learn more about TBraces Orthodontics, please visit: www.tbraces.com  Home to the Pentagon, the Marine Corps War Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, and the United States Air Force Memorial, Arlington, Virginia was recently ranked as "the best city to live in America". From cultural experiences to outdoor adventures, the area has it all! 
Category
Orthodontist
ID
2024-1672
Practice : Name
TBraces
Job Locations US-KY-Mount Washington | US-KY-Louisville
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or COA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1659
Practice : Name
Jennings Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TN-Germantown | US-TN-Arlington
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or COA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2024-1658
Job Locations US-KY-Mount Washington | US-KY-Louisville
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Scheduling Coordinator  Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Hourly Rate: $17/hr   Description: Scheduling Coordinators plays a vital role in ensuring each patient receives excellent treatment! They are responsible for welcoming the patients when they visit the practice and for scheduling appointments for both new and current patients.    We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Welcome patients as they enter the practice - Answer phones and greet patients - Scheduling appointments for both new and current patients and answering any questions they may have about their upcoming appointments  - Assist in opening and closing the practice everyday with other members of the team  - Take payments and assist in verifying insurance, if needed - Serve as the "face" and the "voice" of the practice   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to patients, Doctor and team  - Must have strong organizational skills and ability to multitask  - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team  - General knowledge and understanding of front office and administrative duties   - Displays strong interpersonal skills and has a customer service mindset  Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Strong organizational skills  - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - 1-2 years front office experience, dental preferred  Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Non-Clinical
ID
2023-1650
Practice : Name
Jennings Orthodontics
Job Locations US-TX-Bellaire
We are a high energy, fast paced practice with a passion for providing excellent care to patients and creating a fun environment for team members! Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.     Role: Practice Manager  Job Type: Exempt/Salaried Reports To: Director of Operations  Salary: $70-80k + bonus   Description: The Practice Manager collaborates with the Director of Operations in making operational decisions for the partner practice. This role serves as a key member of the team, collaborating with Doctors and other clinical/administrative leaders. This is a position that relies on relationships, business savvy and practice knowledge.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Own and drive practice culture as a Leader to influence Team Member motivation (Mission, Vision, Values)  - Maintain the organization of the office (protocols, calendars, e-mails, agendas, etc.) - Perform as a first line Treatment Coordinator, Scheduling Coordinator, or Financial Coordinator when needed - Assist in Marketing collaboration, organization, and execution  - Manage and own bonus tracking and practice and team member KPIs - Assist with Doctor Schedule Templating and Team Member scheduling  - Manage Team Member Payroll (Timesheet edits, bonuses, reimbursements, etc.) - Manage Team Member Accountability collaborating with Human Resources (connection, discipline, time off, attendance, etc.) - Manage Team Member hiring, termination, reviews, goal setting, recruiting with Director of Ops - Track all licensure and certification updates - Manage communications with Vendors/Third Parties (statement/invoice correspondence, oversee inventory control) - Ensure compliance with payer and reimbursement policies - Manage invoice payment/receipt with CTS collaboration - Deliver excellent patient service and care (concerns, reviews, etc.) - Own training new Team Members and development/implementation of training manuals/plans - Conduct Audits (patient charts, in/out-bound calls/texts/emails, A/R, team trackers, etc.) *Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Strong interpersonal and communication skills to effectively communicate with the team, patients, and Doctor - Excellent leadership, motivation, team building, and training skills - Ability to understand and analyze P&L and financial statements  - In-depth knowledge of orthodontic best practices and standards  - Ability to problem-solve and retain talented team members through continued relationship building Minimum Requirements: - 1-3 years of management experience - Valid driver’s license Preferred Requirements:  - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment  - 1-2 years of orthodontic practice management experience  Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Practice Management
ID
2023-1646
Practice : Name
McGrory Orthodontics
Job Locations US-IL-Glen Carbon
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager Pay Range: $17.00- $24.00 hourly    Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or COA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2023-1640
Practice : Name
Amazing Smiles Orthodontics
Job Locations US-FL-Miami | US-FL-Miami Beach
We are a state-of-the-art orthodontic practice that prides itself on clinical excellence while providing an exceptional patient experience. Our team is comprised of individuals who are self-starters, empathetic, energetic, and truly understand how to “wow” a patient. We build strong relationships with our patients, our communities, and each other – one smile at a time.   Role: Clinical Assistant (Orthodontic/Dental Assistant) Job Type: Non-exempt Reports To: Doctor & Practice Manager   Description: Clinical Assistants provide chairside assistance to Orthodontists and ensure that patients are well-informed about orthodontic procedures and braces aftercare. They prepare for appointments, sterilize orthodontic tools and adjust patients’ braces under the direction of the Orthodontist. They engage in relationship with each patient and ensure a special experience for each patient they touch.   We are looking for people who are: - Flexible - Committed - Improvement focused - Team focused - Fun - Curious - Relationship focused - Listeners who relate with people - Self-Starters - Eager to learn new skills Essential Job Functions: - Assists in placing and removing orthodontic appliances. - Takes X-Rays/Scans Creates molds and impressions of patients’ teeth for the fabrication of retainers - May photograph patients to document progress - Maintains accurate records of patients’ oral health histories and treatment progress - Ensures all orthodontic instruments and equipment are properly sterilized before each use - Treats patient as an honored guest and provides unforgettable experience - Assists orthodontists by preparing for procedures, laying out instruments, and keeping patient’s mouths dry with suction tool - Communicates any problem areas regarding patient progress to Orthodontist - Educates patients (and parents) on proper oral hygiene practices and braces aftercare - Learns and becomes proficient in EMR usage - Works with team and patients to coordinate scheduling - Cross trains in front office duties and fills-in as necessary - Makes adjustments to patient braces, brackets and bands as directed by Orthodontist - Accompanies patient from waiting area to chair while engaging in conversation Please note: this job description is not designed to cover a comprehensive list of duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. Duties and responsibilities may change with or without notice.   Essential Job Skills: - Communicates effectively and respectfully to Doctor and team - Ability to demonstrate reliability and responsiveness to patients and team - Strong hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity - Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills - Establish and maintain good working relationships with various stakeholder groups - Works collaboratively with administrative functions - Shares and receives information, concerns and feedback in a supportive manner - Ability to participate towards a common goal, reinforcing individual capabilities - Practice shared accountability with other team members Ability to show empathy   Minimum Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED - Computer experience - Flexible Schedule Preferred Requirements: - RDA and or COA Certification Associate’s Degree in related field - CPR Certification - 1-2 years recent experience in dental environment   Benefits: - Competitive benefits package including PTO, health/vision/dental insurance, and company paid STD/LTD - Robust 401k plan, including a company match up to 4% Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Sitting, standing, walking for much of the day - Manual dexterity Lifting up to 30 pounds (may exceed this amount at times in emergency patient situations) - Bending and reaching   Southern Orthodontic Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
Category
Clinical
ID
2023-1632
Practice : Name
Gohill Orthodontics
Job Locations US-NC-Asheville
Black Orthodontics is seeking an orthodontist to join their experienced and award-winning team! This team sets themselves apart by providing the most personalized experience for patients in and around the Asheville, North Carolina area. Nestled in the Smoky Mountains, Asheville is home to breathtaking views, endless adventures, and delectable bites and drinks. Asheville truly has the charming small town vibe with all the big city perks you’re looking for. So whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or a foodie, there’s no shortage of activities in the beautiful city!
Category
Orthodontist
ID
2023-1446
Practice : Name
Black Orthodontics
Job Locations US-MS-Tupelo
Hodges Orthodontics is seeking an orthodontist to join their hard-working team! This team cares for each other and strives to make every patient feel right at home. Our Orthodontists Enjoy - Generous compensation package: competitive per diem rate with bonus program - Investment opportunity yielding a long-term wealth building vehicle - Relocation assistance (if needed) - Attractive sign-on bonus - Residency stipend - Comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical, dental, vision, life, long & short-term disability and 401(k) - Malpractice insurance - A people first culture From the birthplace of Elvis to the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, Tupelo has wonderful things to do and see! If Elvis isn’t your scene, check out the Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo or hit up the shops at northeast Mississippi’s largest shopping venue, The Mall and Barnes Crossing. From museums, to festivals, to shopping and outdoor activities, there’s something for everyone in this picturesque Mississippi town.
Category
Orthodontist
ID
2023-1445
Practice : Name
46000- Hodges Ortho
Job Locations US-TN-Germantown
Getman Orthodontics is seeking an associate doctor to join their group. With two convenient locations in Arlington and Germantown, Getman Orthodontics provides comprehensive orthodontic care to patients throughout Memphis. The team at Getman Orthodontics believes each person’s smile and needs are worthy to receive custom care. To learn more about Getman Orthodontics, please visit: https://www.getmanortho.com/
Category
Orthodontist
ID
2022-1189