Working closely with the Pre-doctoral Program Director for General Dentistry, this individual will monitor day-to-day manikin and patient based examination activities in the Simulation Laboratory and Comprehensive Patient Management Groups with regard to faculty scheduling and faculty calibration. This individual will be responsible for the collection of required documentation and tracking and maintaining student progress toward achieving examination pre-requisites; the administration and proctoring of manikin based skills exams and patient based skills exams; the coordination of grading of manikin based skills examinations; maintaining clinical grades for the department and tracking student progress toward graduation requirements; daily clinical supervision of pre-doctoral dental students.
Key responsibilities include:
1.Assist, mentor, and observe the daily activities of the students including: communicating information; advising students about patient management; paperwork; manikin based and patient based examinations.
2.Ensure adherence of departmental policies by students and faculty.
3.Create and maintain the clinical faculty schedule by semester.
4.Create and maintain the simulation laboratory manikin based skills examination schedule.
5.Coordinate all grading of the manikin based skills examinations.
6.Create and maintain the patient based skills examination examiner schedule.
7.Calibrate manikin based skills examination evaluators and patient based skills examination examiners.
8.Provide direct clinical oversight of students in the clinic.
9.Organize, oversee, and administer the laboratory portion of the Mock Boards Examinations.
10.Organize and administer manikin based skills examinations, as well as oversee manikin based skills examination remediation.
11.Organize and administer patient based skills examinations, as well as oversee patient based skills examination remediation.
12.Maintain clinical grades for the department.
13.Organize departmental meetings as directed.
14.Perform any and all related duties as required or assigned.
Qualified candidates will possess an earned doctorate or terminal degree and five years of teaching experience (or other suitable professional experience). Qualified candidates must also have a DMD/DDS degree from a US or Canadian dental school recognized by the ADA Commission on Dental Accreditation or a comparable foreign degree. Applicants must hold a valid dental license in some state or jurisdiction and be eligible for a regular license or faculty license in the State of Wisconsin.