Sales and Outreach Manager

Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
Help A Child Smile
Job Type


Help a Child Smile, the leader in providing school-based dental services in Georgia, is seeking a Sales and Outreach Manager who will be responsible for working with school districts and school level administrators and health care professionals to increase the number of children provided with critical dental care.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Serve as the primary liaison in the field to key personnel
  2. Call on new districts, and educate current clients on existing and new services offered
  3. Attend and/or participate in assigned conferences and meetings
  4. Strive to ensure that each client achieves the optimal level of participation in program offerings
  5. Collaborate with other team members and leadership to enhance and expand program offerings based on requests and needs


Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Marketing or Sales experience preferred. Dental or health care background or experience selling to schools at the district or local level, a plus Finish
  • Must be able to demonstrate and communicate thorough knowledge of the program’s mission
  • Capable of consistently displaying excellent customer relations skills and a professional demeanor at all times
  • Ability to make polished and effective presentations statewide
  • Strong organization perceptiveness capability, sufficient to effectively juggle multiple clients
  • Strong self-initiative and the ability to work successfully in a remote, field-based role
  • The ability to travel throughout the geography on a regular basis
  • Bachelor's degree in Marketing and/or Sales preferred but not required

Who We Are

Smile America Partners is the nation's leading in-school dental program founded almost two decades ago by two moms, who happen to also be dentists. The founders saw a tremendous need among underserved school aged children who did not have easy access to dental care and who often suffered from poor oral hygiene, tooth decay, pain and associated medical problems. Knowing that many parents could not take their children to the dentist due to issues including time off from work and transportation challenges, they sought to bring the care to the need. Today, through its dental partners, Smile America Partners provides preventive and restorative care to approximately 500,000 children per year.


Tooth decay is the most common, and preventable disease among children, more common than asthma. In fact, each year, over 51 million school hours are lost due to oral health related issues.


Smile America Partners affiliates with state licensed dentists, hygienists and assistants who use state-of-the-art portable equipment to provide all services onsite, directly in the school or in a self-contained mobile dental facility on site at the school. If portable equipment is used, classrooms, auditoriums or other school venues are literally transformed into fully functional dental offices for the day. Our expertise, obtained through years of experience bringing mobile dental care to schools, as well as through our highly qualified staff, enables us to bring exceptional care with minimal disruption to the normal school routine.


Smile America Partners is currently active in 20 states and has ongoing strategic partnerships with over 8,000 school districts, including 21 of the 25 largest school districts in the country.


Given the ongoing lack of access for many underserved children across the country, our services are in great demand and we are always looking for caring, compassionate professionals to join our team and play their part in making a difference in the lives of today's underserved children.


Rewarding Work. Competitive Compensation. Smile America Partners.


Smile America Partners is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.



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