Volume 9 • 2022 • Issue 6

This position is for 2 to 3 days a week. Great pay and production incentives. Yearly CE stipend, and 1st month rent provided. lnvisalign and Sedation experience is an asset. Requirements: graduate from an accredited DDS/ DMD program or completion of the NDEB Equivalency Exam, certified with NDEB, licensed and in good standing with the provincial licensing, valid CPR Certification. Benefits: dental care, on-site parking. Experience: dental: 1 year (preferred). Please email resume & cover letter to: admin@conceptdentalreddeer.ca. We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. D15101 NORTHERN ALBERTA: A well-established northern Alberta practice is currently looking to hire a full-time associate dentist. This position is ideal for the experienced dentist, as well as the new graduate, with exceptional communication skills. The desired individual should have compassion, good ethics and integrity, and one who is wanting to grow and take their career to the next level. This lucrative opportunity boasts of experienced team members along with a large existing patient base and excellent new patient flow. We are offering a 2-year commitment to work in La Crete, AB with higher compensation and free accommodation. Mon - Fri 8am5pm. No Evenings No weekends. Apply in Confidence to cmtwilightdental@gmail.com. Salary: $300,000.00 - $450,000.00 per year. D14963 BRITISH COLUMBIA — Chilliwack: Chilliwack Oral Surgery is a busy and growing single-practitioner office seeking an experienced OMFS or new graduate interested in an associate opportunity leading to a long-term, full-time partnership. Please see full description at: https:// acrobat.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US: d461d16f-4a4d-4a15-b13a-98feadc331c5 Interested candidates, please email your cover letter and CV to: Admin@Chilliwackoralsurgery.com. D15188 BRITISH COLUMBIA — Sidney: Looking for an associate for 4 days per week (Monday to Thursday). Located in Sidney, BC. You will be working as a solo practitioner with 2 full-time hygiene chairs. Indirect mentorship available and great staff. Office has CBCT. Please contact ctgoudy@gmail.com for more information. D15132 UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: Full-time Faculty Opportunities, Lecturer, Department of Oral Health Sciences University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus Start date: February 1, 2023. Full/Part Time: 0.8 to 1.0 FTE (4 or 5 days per week) 1 opening. The UBC Faculty of Dentistry invites applications for a full-time faculty position. The appointment will be at the rank of Lecturer. The successful applicant will primarily provide instruction to and oversight of students within their Clinical Group focusing on patient treatment and practice management. Will support and mentor 2nd, 3rd and 4th year dental students as they experience the bulk of their clinical education in the IGP clinic. Will collaborate with the following: Associate Dean Clinical Affairs, Associate Dean or Director of DMD Curriculum and Module Coordinators. Additional teaching and oversight responsibilities include the following: – Instructs and assesses patient care activities in the clinic: 1. Supervises student while performing dental treatment within the UBC Oral Health Care clinic and affiliated UBC clinics and hospital settings 2. Guides students while formulating treatment plans 3. Performs treatment when student intervention is required 4. Assesses students for clinical skills and professionalism – Instructs in classrooms, simulation and seminars: 1. Plans and presents lectures 2. Guides students in simulation exercises 3. Runs seminar programing – Oversees and evaluates student clinical activities: 1. Meets with student (individually and group) throughout the term. 2. Oversees entire patient pool of their group to ensure all students obtain a full clinical experience. 3. Routinely assigns, allocates, transfers and dismisses patients to optimize the breadth and depth of patient care experiences – often prompted by a student request. – Oversees and assists students’ development in patient clinical management including: 1. The implementation of an approved comprehensive treatment plan. May need to assist in Treatment Plan development when a student has received conflicting advice. 2. Ensuring patients are being properly treated and managed by students. If issues arise, Module Coordinators and/or Associate Dean – Clinical Affairs are advised. 3. Follow up on patient complaints of student care – Assesses quality of students’ clinical experience by participating in and supporting the Clinic Quality Assurance Program including: 1. Conduct patient and record audits (including Chart Audits) 2. Supports the clinic quality assurance in consultation with the Associate Dean Clinical Affairs 3. Review of entire group’s patient pool – determining where deficiencies in clinical experience exists, patients and experiences that can be transferred amongst the group and when additional patients must be brought into the group to ensure a well-rounded clinical experience for all of the group. – Provides instructional oversight in the assigning, allocating, transferring and dismissing of patients for equitable assignment: 1. Overseeing of patient treatment plans to ensure all treatment is provided in a comprehensive manner by students 2. Chart audits- ensuring completeness of records and entry of all treatment by students – Handles patient referrals to and from the DMD program through reviewing on-line referrals to ensure the patient has adequate needs for the DMD program and assist in calibration. – Provides formative structural feedback to students regarding patient care management: 1. Reviews weekly clinical activity reports 2. Reports any concerns to Module Coordinators noted on discrepancy between grades and comments. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the academic life and teach/ supervise learners in the Faculty of Dentistry. He/she will be an innovative clinical teacher who will integrate technologies and new approaches to learning into our curriculum. The successful individual should possess exceptional communication and problem-solving skills, be able to work effectively and contribute within a team environment, and maintain positive working relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Preference will be given to an individual with current and active experience in instructing, coaching and mentoring students in clinical setting and those that operate from a solid understanding of patient care and dental practice. Applicants must have a DDS/DMD degree and be licensed (or eligible) with the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia. Salary is subject to standards within the Faculty of Dentistrybasedonclinical teachingandoversight.Applications will be accepted for 60 days from time of posting or until the position(s) has been filled. Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from 43 Issue 6 | 2022 | Classifieds The University of Saskatchewan, College of Dentistry invites applications from qualified individuals for a permanent full time faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. This role involves teaching (didactic & clinical) and some administrative work. The primary responsibility of this position is to support the Group Practice Leader model (GPL) as a senior dentist/mentor to a small group of undergraduate dental students to ensure that high quality patient care and positive student learning experiences are being achieved. The position will collaborate/work closely with other Group Practice Leaders, dental specialists and clinical staff, and will be responsible for providing high quality instruction in all disciplines that fall within the scope of practice of a general practitioner in Saskatchewan. In addition, the successful candidate will be responsible for delivering upper year operative dentistry didactic sessions therefore must be able to adapt to the existing didactic and clinical curriculum of the program. Interested candidates must submit via email a cover letter; detailed curriculum vitae; three current letters of reference; a one page teaching statement describing teaching experience and philosophy; and proof of education including undergraduate and graduate degrees to: Dr. Doug Brothwell, Dean College of Dentistry, GA10.14, Health Sciences A-Wing 107 Wiggins Road, Saskatoon SK S7N 5E5 Telephone (306) 966-5121 Fax: (306) 966-5132 email: dentistrysearch@usask.ca Review of applications will begin March, 2022; however, applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled. The anticipated start date July 1, 2022 or earlier. To view a more comprehensive version of this job listing, please visit https://jcda.ca/university-saskatchewan Faculty Position College of Dentistry D14856