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Candidates wishing to apply for any of our career opportunities can send a resume to Careers@ZestDent.com. Please include job title in the subject line.
|Open Date||Location||Job Title||Job Summary||Resources|
|Now||Carlsbad, California||Special Markets Manager||The Special Markets Manager is charged with exceeding sales objectives for selected ZDS products over a given territory by developing profitable relationships with assigned special markets, university, medical and government accounts within the dental community.|
|Now||Carlsbad, California||Customer Service Representative||Primary responsibility for customer support which includes order entry, technical service, scheduling product delivery and acting as the primary interface to the customer. Perform other duties from time to time as directed by Customer Service Manager or Senior Management.|
|Now||Carlsbad, California||Senior Clinical Affairs Specialist||The Senior Clinical Affairs Specialist will support the Regulatory Affairs department with all aspects of the Clinical function.|
|Now||Carlsbad, California||Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist||The Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist will support the Regulatory Affairs department with all aspects of the Regulatory function.|
|Now||Anaheim, California||Senior Scientist||The Senior Scientist works with the R&D Team in the research and development of dental materials.|
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