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One Care Pediatric Dentistry

Chief Operating Officer

Miami, FL

Company

One Care Pediatric Dental (“One Care”) is a dental services organization that leverages 30 years of clinical and back-office expertise to help its pediatric dental partners achieve their strategic growth initiatives. By providing advanced technology solutions, streamlined processes, industry best practices, and access to a powerful peer network, One Care allows its partners to focus on what matters most; quality of care and the patient experience.

One Care is a portfolio company of Boyne Capital, a Miami, FL-based Private Equity firm that seeks to forge lasting and collaborative relationships with companies whose founders and families are still deeply involved in growing their businesses. Boyne was recently acknowledged in Inc.'s 2020 Private Equity 50 List, honoring the most founder-friendly PE firms that help founder-led businesses thrive.


Opportunity

Grounded in its pediatric focus, One Care is actively seeking to expand into new markets & specialties to reach additional underserved populations. The Chief Operating Officer (“COO”) will be a key partner to the executive leadership team as well as the Board of Directors and will be charged to lead the expansion initiatives (de novo and acquisitions) for One Care. Additionally, the COO will provide strategic operational leadership across the multi-locations.


Responsibilities

Oversee the day-to-day operations focusing on achieving operational goals for the growing practice

Own the management scorecard and KPI’s to monitor revenue, gross margins, staff productivity while developing initiatives to increase patient growth and retention

Collaborate with executive leadership and Private Equity sponsor to implement new directives and serve as a key liaison 

Lead the identification and delivery of de novo location expansion and assist in the integration of add-on acquisitions

Ensure successful execution of operational standards, including compliance with established company policies and procedures

Build effective relationships with doctors, staff, and upper management

Proactively manage and monitor staffing and HR issues while ensuring the company’s culture is present in new locations


Qualifications

BS/BA in Business Administration or related field

5-7 years progressive experience in a multi-site DSO organization 

De novo and new acquisition experience is essential

Prior experience working with private equity sponsor

Ability to travel to the different locations throughout Florida

Demonstrable competency in strategic planning and business development

High aptitude in decision-making and problem-solving 

Understanding of data analysis and performance/operation metrics

Exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills


Compensation

Base + Target Bonus + Equity