THEFACULTYPOSITIONWILLPROVIDETEACHINGANDMENTORING TO UNDERGRADUATEDENTALSTUDENTS IN PREPARATIONFORPRIVATEPRACTICE. FACULTYWILLPROVIDEINSTRUCTION, SERVICE, RESEARCHANDPATIENTCARE IN ORALRADIOLOGY, IN THEDEPARTMENT OF ORALDIAGNOSTICSSCIENCES.
Teaching: Faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in Department of Oral Diagnostic Sciences. These responsibilities will include didactic, preclinical and clinical responsibilities in the predoctoral dental radiology curriculum. Faculty member will also have teaching responsibilities within the Advanced Education and Dental Hygiene Programs, and will include lecture and laboratory responsibilities. Teaching responsibilities will support the integrated curriculum as well as other Departments within the School of Dentistry.
Research: Faculty will participate in research in an area of focus consistent with the mission of the School of Dentistry and the Department of Oral Diagnostic Sciences. Faculty member may work collaboratively or independently.
Service: Faculty member will serve on Departmental, School of Dentistry, and University committees as assigned. Faculty members will participate in professional and community related service projects that promote oral health and maintenance of the natural dentition as well as radiation safety.
Clinical: Faculty member will provide radiological services appropriate to licensure and training to select clinical patients within the clinical practice facilities with the School of Dentistry. Faculty may also maintain a private practice within the confines and contract provided by the Oral Diagnostic Services Department.
Scholarship: Faculty will participate in activities within and outside of the School of Dentistry that further personal scholarship. These will include continuing education activities and academic faculty development.
Administrative: Faculty will participate in the activities of the predoctoral radiologic program and will assure that curriculum and activities of the radiologic program conforms to the teaching of the Oral Diagnostic Sciences Department in the School of Dentistry. Faculty will have administrative duties that are appropriate to the level of an assistant professor. Items such as course administration, Blackboard and Banner, related to didactic and clinical teaching responsibilities will be required.
APPLICANTSMUSTHAVE A DDS, OR DMDDEGREEANDELIGIBLEFORLICENSURE IN VIRGINIA
COMPLETED AN ADACODAACCREDITEDRESIDENCYPROGRAMWITHADVANCEDEDUCATION IN ORALANDMAXILLOFACIALRADIOLOGY
Board Certification or Board Eligible in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
Demonstrated Ability to Teach in a Dental School Setting
Ability to teach and demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as faculty member at VCU.
PRIVATEPRACTICEEXPERIENCE AS GENERALDENTISTAND/OR DENTALRADIOLOGIST
PRIOREXPERIENCETEACHINGDIDACTICANDCLINICALORALDIAGNOSISWITHIN A PREDOCTORALCURRICULUM.
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