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Current job opportunities are available below.

Sales Representative

The Sales Representative will report directly to the Director of Sales. Responsible for achieving or exceeding sales goals through effective telemarketing sales and promoting of Keating Dental Arts products, solutions and services to potential new customers within the framework of organizational policies and directives. The primary focus will be in telephone sales with specific targeted customers to support the growth of the company.

CAD/CAM Technician

This technician participates in the computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing process to design and manufacture dental products. The CAD/CAM Technician may use the system both for designing the dental product and for controlling manufacturing processes.

Dental Lab Technician

A member of the dental laboratory team who, upon prescription from a dental clinician, constructs custom made restorative and dental appliances. Read Prescriptions or specifications and examine models and impressions to determine the design of dental products to be produced. Fabricate, alter or repair dental devices such as dentures, crown, bridges, inlays or appliances.

If you are a highly motivated and detail-oriented individual who wishes to join our team of skilled technicians, please contact us.

Qualifications: Minimum 2 years in-lab ceramic experience preferred. Exposure to CAD/CAM and other digital imaging systems is a plus.

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