The ideal candidate will have a passion for dental education, ability to see the big picture, and a desire to provide a high quality of patient care. Qualifications include:
DDS/DMD or equivalent and/or specialty or other post-graduate training required, with minimum five (5) years experience in clinical education administration, particularly in the realm of patient care. Candidates with graduate level administrative credentials and specific experience in large academic dental clinic operations are preferred.
Strong commitment to diversity including in race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, cultural background, disability status, and learning style. Ability to effectively communicate with diverse audiences.
Successful prior leadership experience in graduate dental education including supervising and mentoring other leaders.
Knowledge of the issues impacting dental education and clinical care,
Experience in or potential for research and scholarly activities such as publications and presentations at a national level
The campus is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching and/or service. The university is responsive to the needs of dual career couples.