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Client Relations Associate
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
The Client Relations Associate works as a team with a Client Manager to provide ongoing service and support for Delta Dental of Washington customers and producers.
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Sr. Human Resources Business Partner
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
Solid working knowledge of multiple human resource areas including benefit and compensation practices, workforce planning, employee relations, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), performance management, compliance and federal and state employment laws.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Accounts Receivable Specialist
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
We are currently looking for an Accounts Receivable Specialist has a passion for eligibility reconciliations, invoicing, delinquencies and reviewing bad debt.
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Clinical Review and Education Representative
Delta Dental of WASpokane, WA
Perform other tasks or responsibilities as assigned by the Dental Director, Provider Relations Director or Utilization Management Manager
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Lead Accountant
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
Support, review and assist accounting team on the following: bi-weekly payroll, general ledger entries, reconciliations, quarterly and annual reporting, corporate banking, accounts payable, investment reporting, maintaining corporate insurance and other certifications, maintaining underwriting account records, and resolving broker commission discrepancies.
Last updated 6 days ago
Principal Solutions Architect
Delta Dental of WAWashington, NJ
You report to the CIO, owning the software product architecture and developing our software engineering capabilities and technical strategy, as we are in the midst of transitioning to product management and agile development.
Last updated 17 days ago
Analyst
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
Experience with Azure DevOps, Smartsheet, SharePoint and other project management systems preferred but not required
Last updated 23 days ago
Architect
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
Demonstrated knowledge of modern software architectures, including techniques and concepts such as serverless, event sourcing, cross platform messaging, microservices, tensorflow and other platform related constructs
Last updated 23 days ago
Engineer
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
Automation and orchestration (Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Terraform, Kubernetes, etc.)
Last updated 23 days ago
DentistLink Outreach Specialist
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
This is an annually funded position, currently funded for two years with the possibility of extension based on funding appropriated by the Washington State Legislature.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Tech
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
We are looking for a Senior Technical Product Manager for our claims administrative processing system to improve efficiencies, enable interoperability, and support our agile transformation.
Last updated 30+ days ago
BusinessProcess Analyst
Delta Dental of WASeattle, WA
We are guided by our mission to disrupt, transform, and revolutionize the oral health industry in order to remove barriers to healthcare and improve overall health.
Last updated 30+ days ago
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