11 Mar Clinical Assistant Professor- IL- College of Dental Medicine
The Clinical Assistant Professor Faculty should have earned a DDS/DMD degree, having a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in general dentistry. S/he should be a person committed to educating and empowering students with a wide range of clinical and academic abilities. The Clinical Assistant Professor Faculty must be eligible for and obtain licensure in the state of Illinois.
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Clinical Sciences, the Clinical Faculty will:
- Work directly with students in the patient clinic, supervising all areas of general dentistry.
- Interact positively with students, treating all students as future colleagues.
- Demonstrate dental procedures on patients to students as needed.
- Be competent treating patient in all areas of general dentistry.
- Be a positive role model for students in professionalism.
- Have strong clinical experience in the use of CAD/CAM dentistry and lasers, being competent in training pre-doctoral students in these technologies.
- Be an example of an active life-long learner in dentistry, through learning and mentoring new techniques, emerging technologies, new materials and treatment protocols as needed by the college.
- Adopt different teaching techniques and styles to meet the needs of individual students.
- Be willing to serve on committees within the college or university.
- Interact professionally with all faculty and staff, treating all faculty and staff with respect and collegiality.
- Be timely in completing all notes and codes in patient charts.
- Evaluate students in a timely manner (daily, quarterly or weekly) as required by the college.
- Meet with the Associate Dean for Clinical Sciences, the Clinical Faculty for reviews.
- Be competent in the use of the college’s patient digital record keeping system.
- Work professionally with specialists, mentoring to students the ideal of a positive working relationship of a general dentist with dental specialists.
- Be a positive influence on the MWU CDMI program.
- Be willing to mentor students in small groups on projects or special needs, as requested by the college.
- Be willing to work as a member of a team of faculty, accepting calibration of college protocols as necessary in the college teaching environment.
- Assume other responsibilities as needed, at the request of the clinical dean.
Applicants may send inquiries to Rebecca Siscel, DDS: Associate Dean of Clinical Education of the Dental Institute Midwestern University Illinois at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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