American Dental Partners Inc.

American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 21, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Project Manager's role is to ensure IT enabled business objectives are completed timely and on budget. This individual will plan, coordinate, and direct, through matrixed authority, IT-related projects for the ADP Organization as a whole. The Project Manager will work closely with decision makers in other departments to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and support cost-effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization. Responsibilities: * Engage in strategic planning with the VP of Information Services to ensure that the strategies are understood. * Work with stakeholders to define business and systems requirements for new technology implementations. * Responsible for leading IT projects from definition to closure. * In conjunction with projects, provide for or assist in the following activities: * Feasibility study * Charter including business justification, schedule, roles and responsibilities, risks and cost analysis * Hardware/software analysis * Project plan * Training plan * Risk Plans * User Acceptance criteria, facilitate testing and sign-off * Issues reporting * Closure * Intimate knowledge of project management elements and methodology. * Direct research on potential technology solutions in support of business objectives. * Provide input into the financial management aspects of the IT Department, including vendor governance, purchasing and financial planning. * Participate in the business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives. * Oversee projects and project portfolio. * Other duties as assigned. * 25% Travel. * University degree and 10 years related work experience. * Master of Business Administration with technology as a core component preferred. * Project Manager Professional Certification also preferred. * Healthcare experience. * Ability to become proficient in dental and administrative management systems * Ability to gain in-depth knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws. * Strong understanding of project management principles. * Ability to conduct and direct research into IS issues and products as required. * Ability to present ideas in business-friendly and user-friendly language. * Ability to perform general mathematical calculations for the purpose of creating business cases, budgets, and so on. * Proven analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities. * Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 18, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Project Manager's role is to ensure IT enabled business objectives are completed timely and on budget. This individual will plan, coordinate, and direct, through matrixed authority, IT-related projects for the ADP Organization as a whole. The Project Manager will work closely with decision makers in other departments to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and support cost-effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization. Responsibilities: * Engage in strategic planning with the VP of Information Services to ensure that the strategies are understood. * Work with stakeholders to define business and systems requirements for new technology implementations. * Responsible for leading IT projects from definition to closure. * In conjunction with projects, provide for or assist in the following activities: * Feasibility study * Charter including business justification, schedule, roles and responsibilities, risks and cost analysis * Hardware/software analysis * Project plan * Training plan * Risk Plans * User Acceptance criteria, facilitate testing and sign-off * Issues reporting * Closure * Intimate knowledge of project management elements and methodology. * Direct research on potential technology solutions in support of business objectives. * Provide input into the financial management aspects of the IT Department, including vendor governance, purchasing and financial planning. * Participate in the business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives. * Oversee projects and project portfolio. * Other duties as assigned. * 25% Travel. * University degree and 10 years related work experience. * Master of Business Administration with technology as a core component preferred. * Project Manager Professional Certification also preferred. * Healthcare experience. * Ability to become proficient in dental and administrative management systems * Ability to gain in-depth knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws. * Strong understanding of project management principles. * Ability to conduct and direct research into IS issues and products as required. * Ability to present ideas in business-friendly and user-friendly language. * Ability to perform general mathematical calculations for the purpose of creating business cases, budgets, and so on. * Proven analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities. * Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 18, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners? vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we?ve empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. Be part of building a new world-class Patient Engagement Center that helps promote overall health and well-being!? In this multi-channel (IB/OB phone, email, web, social) contact center, you will supervise a team of front line representatives responsible for helping prospective/current dental patients get access to the care they need. You?ll be supporting 20+ regional affiliated dental groups which comprise nearly 300 practices.? You will be responsible for ensuring your team delivers a ?local? patient experience that is efficient, memorable, and of high quality.? You will also work with your team to identify, create and adhere to processes and protocols which serve to optimize our relationships with the dental clinic staffs including 1,000+ Dr. and Hygienist Care providers. Responsibilities: Coach and mentor team that results in high lead conversion while ALSO achieving high patient satisfaction scores Promote team work and encourage trust in dept while holding weekly performance based team meetings Understand and perform patient engagement specialist duties as needed-you can?t coach it effectively if you don?t know it. Develop staffing levels based on IB/OB volume and time of day Monitor rep calls vs. call guide and provide periodic 1:1 coaching Produce quarterly/annual performance reviews for each team member along with a development plan for the coming year Monitor and report on key metrics for contact center Director, Operations and National Leadership team (conversion, rep leaderboards, telecom reporting etc.) Collaborate with Patient Engagement Director to develop career pathing and succession planning within contact center Collaborate with training to develop onboarding program as well as refresher modules as needed Collaborate with marketing, training, operations, tech, and clinic staff to provide voice of the customer feedback designed to drive improvements to the patient intake process Work with recruiting to develop and effective recruiting/onboarding ?machine? that delivers a pipeline of qualified candidates Work with Tech team/Patient Engagement Director to drive needed enhancements to SalesForce CRM Work to create and monitor Key Metrics and associated incentive plans College Degree required. Prior supervisory experience in Call center/contact Center Knowledge of CRM systems such as Salesforce or other consumer based CRM applications Experience in the dental/healthcare industry a plus Patient focused mindset Analytical-translate reports/data to insights and action Ability to meet deadlines. Attention to detail Prior consumer based Telemarketing experience preferred Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Ability to prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. Strong leadership and motivational skills.Excellent communication skills. Strong organizational skills with attention to detail. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment.? To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 14, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Corporate Accountant will provide accurate and quality research and information on financial results to the senior management team. Responsible for the day to day accounting and internal controls for the national resource group. Ensure proper books and records are maintained for management, tax and audit purposes. Manage the monthly close and support Operations Managers in planning and analysis. Responsibilities: * Prepare monthly financial statements and financial analysis for Operations Management. * Work closely with the Accounts Payable, Treasury, Tax, and Affiliate functions to ensure the quality, accuracy and consistency of the financial data reported in the general ledger. * Prepare and execute journal entries for month end close, quarter end close, year/end close. * Prepare and analyze balance sheet reconciliations. * Conduct month over month and actuals vs. plan variance analyses. * Report on specific trends for each business unit. * Compile information for annual audit. * Monitor compliance to timelines on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. * Be responsible for timely reporting of financial schedules. * Lead process improvement and standardization projects. * Assist with other ad-hoc Accounting projects. * Ability to prepare financial statement and manage rigorous analysis. * Willingness to work the hours needed to complete and deliver projects/tasks on committed deadline dates. * Strong attention to detail and commitment to providing quality work in a timely manner. * Strong computer skills with heavy emphasis on Microsoft Excel, Epicor experience a plus. * Good knowledge of GAAP and financial statements. * Highly motivated and confident individual who is eager to get started on day one. * Experience managing multiple activities, prioritization of tasks and problem resolution. * Knowledge of Cognos TM1 a plus. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 13, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Employment Marketing Manager works with the Talent Acquisition Team and Organizational Development leaders to drive the processes and programs that support candidate experience, employer branding and support employee retention. Reporting to the Director, Talent Acquisition this role will assist in the development and continuous improvement of sourcing and recruiting reporting, metrics and analytics; creating a road map for ongoing success. Responsibilities: * Manage the career sites for ADPI and our affiliates including content and landing pages, system integrations, and candidate experience. * Partner with TA Partners and affiliate leaders to create and execute campaigns that boost employer brand and reputation of 'Employer of Choice' across multiple networks including social media, Indeed and Glassdoor. * Develop and implement campaigns and strategies for ADPI and our affiliates that will elevate their employer brand and allow them to better attract qualified candidates to their group. * Direct the creation of branded content for various campaigns, events and digital media in the form of articles, videos, photographs, and print materials. * Oversee the National Employee Referral Program. * Manage the ADPI social media platforms and grow follower audience by delivering content that is relevant and reflective of our culture. * Track and review analytics and reporting trends surrounding applicant sources, completed applications, hires, and retention and develop new ways to drive candidate volume while becoming more cost effective and efficient. * Partner with the TA team to develop local and national recruitment materials, content and strategies to attract and engage their targeted candidates. * Partner with TA and OD teams to create user guides and training support materials that align with TA processes, tools and systems. * Continuously work to improve the Applicant Tracking System and Talent Acquisition workflow, and manage integrations between 3rd party vendors (Silkroad, CareerBuilder, Avature) as appropriate. * Identify and engage cost effective sourcing/branding solutions including negotiation of favorable terms for the company and effective management of 3rd party engagements. * Grow our Talent Community by delivering campaigns that support our Employer Value Proposition and inspire action. * Oversee sponsorship and advertising opportunities for national trade shows, industry publications, etc… as it relates to Talent Acquisition. * Build and maintain effective internal and external partnerships. * Support OD with internal and external communications as requested. * Keep informed of industry best practices and new technologies that may be beneficial for the organization. * Bachelors Degree or equivalent work experience * Strong working knowledge of Talent Acquisition and Recruitment * Strong organizational, project management and execution skills are needed along with a demonstrated ability to prioritize and drive multiple projects simultaneously * Strong verbal, written communication and presentation skills * Ability to work as a team player and influence * Strong negotiation and vendor management skills focusing on metric/SLA monitoring, issue management and process reviews. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 13, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Finance Supervisor provides the management oversight for financial systems and internal controls are working properly for the affiliates that they support. Management of multiple affiliates and development/mentoring of staff and associate accountants. Monitors the creation of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports and ensures financial information has been recorded accurately. * Develop a working relationship with each affiliate's Director of Operations and PC President. * Supervise a team of Accountants. * Prepare and execute journal entries for month end, quarter end, and year end closes. * Perform and supervise accurate and timely financial closes of assigned affiliates' books in accordance with GAAP. * Assure high quality internal control processes for their assigned affiliates. Escalate internal control failures and potential fraud situations to the VP, Corporate Controller. * Responsible for the recruiting, training and ongoing development of Accountants. * Act as the team subject matter expert; provide training, mentoring and coaching to Accountants. * Conduct training sessions (via WebEx or in person) to support new doctors collection of credentialing data. * Educate and influence Operations leaders and Practice Managers on various finance matters. * Partner with Operations leaders to provide financial support for business planning and analysis. * Responsible for ensuring proper and timely filing of all affiliate local tax returns, including but not limited to sales and use tax and business privilege taxes. * Assist with audit process to ensure timely submission of all documentation and proper responses for questions raised by external auditors. * Embrace principles of the Healthy Organization and ADPI's core values. * Perform all other related duties as assigned. * Bachelor degree with major in Accounting * Five years' experience in Finance/Accounting * CPA preferred but not required * Financial Planning and Analysis experience a pluas * Experience managing multiple activities, prioritization of tasks and problem resolution. * Strong written and oral communications skills. * Advanced knowledge of MS Excel. * Knowledge of Cognos TM1 a plus AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 02, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Corporate Accountant will provide accurate and quality research and information on financial results to the senior management team. Responsible for the day to day accounting and internal controls for the national resource group. Ensure proper books and records are maintained for management, tax and audit purposes. Manage the monthly close and support Operations Managers in planning and analysis. Responsibilities: * Prepare monthly financial statements and financial analysis for Operations Management. * Work closely with the Accounts Payable, Treasury, Tax, and Affiliate functions to ensure the quality, accuracy and consistency of the financial data reported in the general ledger. * Prepare and execute journal entries for month end close, quarter end close, year/end close. * Prepare and analyze balance sheet reconciliations. * Conduct month over month and actuals vs. plan variance analyses. * Report on specific trends for each business unit. * Compile information for annual audit. * Monitor compliance to timelines on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. * Be responsible for timely reporting of financial schedules. * Lead process improvement and standardization projects. * Assist with other ad-hoc Accounting projects. * Ability to prepare financial statement and manage rigorous analysis. * Willingness to work the hours needed to complete and deliver projects/tasks on committed deadline dates. * Strong attention to detail and commitment to providing quality work in a timely manner. * Strong computer skills with heavy emphasis on Microsoft Excel, Epicor experience a plus. * Good knowledge of GAAP and financial statements. * Highly motivated and confident individual who is eager to get started on day one. * Experience managing multiple activities, prioritization of tasks and problem resolution. * Knowledge of Cognos TM1 a plus. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 02, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Finance Supervisor provides the management oversight for financial systems and internal controls are working properly for the affiliates that they support. Management of multiple affiliates and development/mentoring of staff and associate accountants. Monitors the creation of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports and ensures financial information has been recorded accurately. * Develop a working relationship with each affiliate's Director of Operations and PC President. * Supervise a team of Accountants. * Prepare and execute journal entries for month end, quarter end, and year end closes. * Perform and supervise accurate and timely financial closes of assigned affiliates' books in accordance with GAAP. * Assure high quality internal control processes for their assigned affiliates. Escalate internal control failures and potential fraud situations to the VP, Corporate Controller. * Responsible for the recruiting, training and ongoing development of Accountants. * Act as the team subject matter expert; provide training, mentoring and coaching to Accountants. * Conduct training sessions (via WebEx or in person) to support new doctors collection of credentialing data. * Educate and influence Operations leaders and Practice Managers on various finance matters. * Partner with Operations leaders to provide financial support for business planning and analysis. * Responsible for ensuring proper and timely filing of all affiliate local tax returns, including but not limited to sales and use tax and business privilege taxes. * Assist with audit process to ensure timely submission of all documentation and proper responses for questions raised by external auditors. * Embrace principles of the Healthy Organization and ADPI's core values. * Perform all other related duties as assigned. * Bachelor degree with major in Accounting * Five years' experience in Finance/Accounting * CPA preferred but not required * Financial Planning and Analysis experience a pluas * Experience managing multiple activities, prioritization of tasks and problem resolution. * Strong written and oral communications skills. * Advanced knowledge of MS Excel. * Knowledge of Cognos TM1 a plus AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 02, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Senior Accountant will provide accurate and quality research and information on financial results to senior management as well as be responsible for the day to day accounting and internal controls for the affiliates they support. You will ensure proper books and records are maintained for management, tax and audit purposes as well as manage the monthly close and provide support to the Operations Managers in planning and analysis. Responsibilities: * Prepare monthly financial statements and financial analysis for Operations Management. * Be responsible for partnering with Operations as financial steward of the Affiliate. * Prepare and execute journal entries for month end close, quarter end close, year/end close. * Prepare and analyze balance sheet reconciliations. * Conduct month over month and actuals vs. plan variance analyses. * Report on specific trends for each business unit. * Compile information for annual audit. * Monitor compliance to timelines on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. * Be responsible for timely reporting of financial schedules. * Lead process improvement and standardization projects. * Assist with other ad-hoc Accounting projects. * Minimum of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Finance/Accounting * 5 years of experience * CPA desirable but not required * Ability to prepare financial statement and manage rigorous analysis. * Willingness to work the hours needed to complete and deliver projects/tasks on committed deadline dates. * Strong attention to detail and commitment to providing quality work in a timely manner. * Strong computer skills with heavy emphasis on Microsoft Excel, Epicor experience a plus. * Good knowledge of GAAP and financial statements. * Highly motivated and confident individual who is eager to get started on day one. * Experience managing multiple activities, prioritization of tasks and problem resolution. * Advanced knowledge of MS Excel * Knowledge of Cognos TM1 a plus. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Oct 01, 2019
Full time
American Dental Partners' vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we've empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Employment Marketing Manager works with the Talent Acquisition Team and Organizational Development leaders to drive the processes and programs that support candidate experience, employer branding and support employee retention. Reporting to the Director, Talent Acquisition this role will assist in the development and continuous improvement of sourcing and recruiting reporting, metrics and analytics; creating a road map for ongoing success. Responsibilities: * Manage the career sites for ADPI and our affiliates including content and landing pages, system integrations, and candidate experience. * Partner with TA Partners and affiliate leaders to create and execute campaigns that boost employer brand and reputation of 'Employer of Choice' across multiple networks including social media, Indeed and Glassdoor. * Develop and implement campaigns and strategies for ADPI and our affiliates that will elevate their employer brand and allow them to better attract qualified candidates to their group. * Direct the creation of branded content for various campaigns, events and digital media in the form of articles, videos, photographs, and print materials. * Oversee the National Employee Referral Program. * Manage the ADPI social media platforms and grow follower audience by delivering content that is relevant and reflective of our culture. * Track and review analytics and reporting trends surrounding applicant sources, completed applications, hires, and retention and develop new ways to drive candidate volume while becoming more cost effective and efficient. * Partner with the TA team to develop local and national recruitment materials, content and strategies to attract and engage their targeted candidates. * Partner with TA and OD teams to create user guides and training support materials that align with TA processes, tools and systems. * Continuously work to improve the Applicant Tracking System and Talent Acquisition workflow, and manage integrations between 3rd party vendors (Silkroad, CareerBuilder, Avature) as appropriate. * Identify and engage cost effective sourcing/branding solutions including negotiation of favorable terms for the company and effective management of 3rd party engagements. * Grow our Talent Community by delivering campaigns that support our Employer Value Proposition and inspire action. * Oversee sponsorship and advertising opportunities for national trade shows, industry publications, etc… as it relates to Talent Acquisition. * Build and maintain effective internal and external partnerships. * Support OD with internal and external communications as requested. * Keep informed of industry best practices and new technologies that may be beneficial for the organization. * Bachelors Degree or equivalent work experience * Strong working knowledge of Talent Acquisition and Recruitment * Strong organizational, project management and execution skills are needed along with a demonstrated ability to prioritize and drive multiple projects simultaneously * Strong verbal, written communication and presentation skills * Ability to work as a team player and influence * Strong negotiation and vendor management skills focusing on metric/SLA monitoring, issue management and process reviews. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .