Office Sales Manager

Company Name:
Aspen Dental
Position Type:
In this role, you'll team up with our talented dentists and manage the office to ensure a positive patient experience. You'll exemplify the Aspen vision, mission, values, and culture. You'll keep our highly-efficient, patient-focused business model running on all cylinders. Office managers typically ascend to regional manager positions or into corporate administration.
Provides superior patient service demonstrating responsiveness and sensitivity to patient needs with urgency to resolve any patient dissatisfaction in accordance with patient needs, company policies and procedures, government regulations and dental board standards.
Responds to key performance indicators to ensure practice success.
Staffs and motivates the office team for optimal practice performance.
Takes initiative, holding team and self accountable to the highest standards of performance and behavior.
Minimum Education and Experience:
2-5 years experience in a sales management or retail management environment, some combination of management and sales required.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to make decisions independently.
Competitive spirit with a strong desire to succeed, exceed goals, and maximize opportunities.
Demonstrates the ability to solve common problems and to provide immediate solutions.
Demonstrates the ability to build relationships, both internally and with patients.
Knowledge of basic dental terminology a plus, but not required.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office business applications and other office related products.
Bachelors Degree.
Company Description:
Aspen Dental is the fastest-growing network of independently owned dental practices in the country, with over 400 practices across 28 states. We believe in helping those in need, and are achieving our goal of bringing America a healthy mouth by branching out into communities that have previously lacked quality dental care. We help our dentists with everyday managerial duties, from marketing to staffing to billing, so they can focus on what they do best and love most--helping patients.

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