Regional Operations Manager

Company Name:
Aspen Dental
Position Type:
Recruitment activities are currently underway for a Regional Operations Manager to support practice operations for a group of 6-10 Aspen Dental offices. Essential to this role is your ability to develop close working partnerships with our Dentists and Office Managers. As Regional Operations Manager, you will spearhead process improvements and growth initiatives with full profit and loss responsibility. Regional travel is a must, as a consistent leadership presence in Aspen's offices is a critical component to sustained success.
Achieving business goals, revenue and profitability objectives through a respectful, forward thinking and motivational style.
Continuous assessment of all staffing needs and providing support for Office Managers with effective recruitment.
Providing training and development support to ensure all staff demonstrates knowledge of our business model, operating procedures and protocols.
Supporting daily office operations within the region when necessary.
Responding to clinical and operational concerns timely and effectively. Be accessible and responsive.
Supporting the achievement of performance targets & budgeted goals.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Multi-location, retail operations management experience in customer or patient based industry.
Profit and loss responsibility with the ability to interpret and act upon financial statements.
Proven career progression with positions of increased responsibility.
Sound decision-making skills, drive and desire to succeed.
Undergraduate degree, preferred.
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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