We are looking for a Practice Integration Specialist – De Novo to join the Practice Integration Team at a growing, technology-focused Dental Support Organization (DSO) experiencing exciting direct-to-consumer, de novo, and acquisition growth. This role will focus on but is not limited to preparing and launching new clinics from the initial set-up to training, supporting, and guidance of operational processes. If you are highly organized, have experience juggling various clinical and administrative duties, and enjoy teaching others, this role is for you. If you are never satisfied with the status quo, you can pivot quickly and enjoy digging in to solve complex problems; let's talk. Position requires up to 75% travel time. Travel is non-negotiable. What You Will Be Doing Actively participate in the set-up and operational launch of De Novos (new clinics). Oversee and organize the supply purchases, equipment, administrative, and clinical setup in preparation for the grand opening. Monitor office supplies and purchasing inventory as needed with attention to company guidelines. Communicate effectively on challenges/obstacles that will affect the successful launch of the clinic. Meticulous management of checklists. Actively contribute to the development/improvement of a consistent integration process and supporting materials. Support new staff orientation and training of policies, standard operating procedures, and company culture. Establish relationships with other participating stakeholders, such as Operations, HR, IT, Accounting, and other departments, to ensure a successful launch. Develop and maintain a culture of transparency, collaboration, feedback, and excellence, ensuring a positive and productive work environment for all clinic team members. Take responsibility for the appearance and functionality of the office in preparation for the grand opening. Provide onsite clinic support throughout the assignment, during the turnover period, and post-launch as indicated. Actively participate and schedule meetings with internal/external stakeholders to manage tasks and provide updates. Travel to assigned locations, with overnight stays as needed. Other projects and initiatives as needed to promote the needs of the organization to support business growth and development. What you need to be successful Associates Degree, certification, related experience. If a Dental assistant: Expanded functions certificate or at least three years of dental clinical experience is a plus. Administrative experience within a dental office, three years + preferred. Knowledge of Dentrix and Dolphin is a plus. Knowledge of front office operations, insurance carriers, claims processing, dental materials, expanded functions, sterilization and infection control, skills in equipment maintenance. Comfortable with teaching, training, and mentoring staff in various settings. Ability to work independently, proactively anticipate, problem-solve, and adapt appropriately to challenges. Ability to shift between strategic planning and thinking to detailed execution of deliverables. Close attention to detail and organization in all aspects of your work. Positive outlook and a strong sense of curiosity – whether uncovering patient and staffing insights or solving business challenges. You care about getting it right and understanding that small details have a significant impact. Must be adept at interacting and communicating with a varied spectrum of individuals and maintain a positive and professional demeanor in stressful situations. Ability to travel to assigned locations, with overnight stays as needed. Ability to maintain the confidentiality of information. Desire to grow your career. If you meet most of the criteria above and you're excited about the opportunity and willing to learn, we'd love to hear from you!