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Office Manager Dental Front Office Job in North Fort Worth, TX (214181)

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Job Details
Job Id/Status: 214181 / EXPIRED
Job Posted/Updated:06/12/2018
Position:Dental Front Office
Specialty:Office Manager
Job Type:Perm
Days of Week:Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat
Location: North Fort Worth, TX 76135
Dental Office Manager Job Description DECA Dental Group is the largest privately held Dental company in Texas. Due to growth, we are seeking to add an energetic and team-oriented Office Manager to our growing team! This vital role oversees the daily operations of the dental practice and ensures achievement of operational goals. While managing both employee and patient relations, you’ll enjoy working in a dynamic practice. If you have a passion for serving patients while working with a team who supports you, then this is the place for you. Job Duties and Requirements: • Managing all day-to-day operations of the dental office including employee relations, patient relations, and achieving operational goals • Achieving revenue goals my effectively managing patient scheduling, staff productivity, and collections and receivables • Handling all patient services issues • Increasing patient growth by supporting sales, marketing, and promotional programs • Building office moral thru promoting a friendly, team environment • Maintaining daily upkeep to ensure a professional office appearance and compliance with state and federal regulations including OSHA • Ensuring successfully execution of operational standards, including compliance with established company policies and procedures • Keeping all staff informed of relevant business matters • Attending monthly office manager meetings at the Company’s headquarters in Addison • Managing accounts receivable, account payable, and patient collections • Managing front and back employee relations Education & Background Requirements: • 3-5 years of experience working in a dental office • 1-3 years of experience successfully leading and managing a team of people • Knowledgeable of dental insurance plans and dental terminology • Strong comfortability presenting treatment plans and financial arrangements • Track record for providing excellent customer service • Must possess excellent leadership skills and must have a driven, over- achiever attitude • Ability to successfully and efficiently work in fast-paced, high-volume environments while maintaining a high level of organization Compensation will commensurate with experience. Benefits include 2 medical plans to choose from; free dental benefits for the employee, their spouse, and dependent children; ancillary health plans: vision, long-term disability, short-term disability, life insurance, and accident coverage; paid holidays; and paid-time-off.