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ASDOH - Associate Clinical Director, AEGD

A.T. Still University
Arizona, United States
Salary Not specified
Date posted
May 16, 2024

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Administrative, Student Affairs, Health Services
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Full Time

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ASDOH - Associate Clinical Director, AEGD

Job Category: Faculty
Requisition Number: ASDOH002781
Full Time
Mesa, AZ 85206, USAMesa, AZ 85206, USA

Job Details

A.T. Still University's Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-ASDOH) is seeking a full-time exempt Associate Clinical Director, AEGD on the Mesa, Arizona campus. This position will conduct teaching, patient care, scholarly, and service activities in support of the mission, goals and objectives of the School and University with primary responsibility for general dental patient care in the ACC clinic and the clinical education and mentoring of AEGD residents to assure attainment of postdoctoral-level clinical competency that integrates biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences.

Duties & Responsibilities:
  • General - conduct teaching, scholarship, service, and patient care in support of the mission and goals of ASDOH and ATSU. Promote an atmosphere of respect, collegiality, commitment to diversity and social justice, and a humanistic learning environment.
  • Teaching - In collaboration with other responsible faculty and administrators, provide clinical supervision of AEGD residents in general dentistry that integrates biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences, and effectively carry out supporting lectures, seminars, and other didactic instruction for the AEGD program residents.
  • Patient Care and Treatment - Provide direct patient care in the ACC that supports community service, efficient clinic operations, student/resident education, or when in the best interest of the patient.
  • Administration - Manage administrative aspect of clinical education in the AEGD program as assigned by the Clinic Director consistent with program goals and accreditation.
  • Service - Participate in committees, faculty governance, professional societies and associations, community events, and provision of CE.
  • Scholarship - Establish and maintain scholarly and/or research activity in the area of expertise, at a level consistent with the scheduled annual workload.
  • AEGD Resident Education, Management and Progress: Supervise, manage, monitor, and mentor AEGD residents as they develop and work through the clinical educational goals of the program including patient treatment plans, the application and integration of knowledge, skills, and values in delivering general dental care and treatment to patients of all ages; develop resident remediation plans as required in collaboration with Clinic and Program Directors; review and approve resident treatment plans, progress notes, and coordination of specialist care. Administration: Assist in the development and coordination of the AEGD clinic educational experience in collaboration with Clinic and Program Directors; attend/conduct daily/weekly meetings with residents, students, faculty, and staff to review issues/events/achievement; assist in program accreditation process; assist in the training of program staff and faculty to achieve clinically calibration for resident experiences, competencies, and assessment; complete administrative reports as assigned; assist in the supervision of staff to insure proper support for residents and efficient clinic operations; screen new patients to determine appropriateness for ACC Clinic and provide adequate patient experiences for residents; oversee the selection and maintenance of adequate inventory of instruments, materials, and supplies in coordination with Clinic Director and staff; assist in the hiring and evaluation of staff; participate in the resident admissions process. Patient Care and Treatment - Provide direct patient care in the ACC that supports community service, efficient clinic operations, student/resident education, or when in the best interest of the patient. Other duties as assigned

Education & Experience:
  • DDS or DMD degree required.
  • At least 3 years experience in a dental teaching environment.
  • At least 5 years experience in private practice or other facilities where advanced general dentistry techniques were performed (may include time in residency training).
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Must be able to be self-directed and take initiative.
  • Must be highly skilled in general dentistry and advanced restorative techniques (i.e. Digital Dentistry, CBCT).

ATSU offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision coverages, among more. If eligible, employee-elected benefits would begin the first of the month following hire date. For more information, please visit:

**Applicants may be eligible to participate in the Dental Faculty Loan Repayment Program (DFLRP). ATSU-ASDOH established DFLRP to secure and retain a dental faculty workforce dedicated to ASDOH's mission of educating compassionate, community-minded oral health providers. ASDOH's DFLRP is funded through a grant (Federal Award Identification Number D8743533) from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The eligibility details, application procedures, selection criteria, among other information, will be provided upon request. Determination of eligibility and awarding of funds is through a competitive application and selection process and is not guaranteed.


Required Motivation Intermediate

Communication Intermediate

Organizing Intermediate

Diplomacy & Tact Intermediate

Required Team Player: Works well as a member of a group





Required 5 years: Private practice or facility where advanced general dentistry techniques were performed

3 years: Dental teaching environment

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