Marquette University School of Dentistry invites applications for a Comprehensive Patient Management Group (CPMG) Leader. Starting date flexible.
As Wisconsin’s only dental school, Marquette University School of Dentistry is answering the call to meet future workforce needs, increase access to oral health for underserved patients, and advance dental health education in Wisconsin. The key elements to our success are expanding clinical space, promoting technology, practice evidence-based dentistry, enhancing student experience, and retaining and recruiting quality faculty. Marquette is well known for its innovative curriculum and state of the art facilities. The school is serving the community on its main campus and community-based clinics in Milwaukee and through outreach clinics across the state of Wisconsin.
CPMG Leaders oversee the students, patients and staff assigned to the groups and are responsible for the management of all patient care delivered within the groups. Group Leaders play a key role in predoctoral clinical operations and student’s achievement of clinical competencies.
Duties and Responsibilities
CPMG Leaders are responsible for students’ clinical progress and the achievement of clinical training milestones . CPMG Leaders provide guidance, monitoring and direct clinical supervision to their assigned students and promote comprehensive patient care. They are responsible for implementing clinical policies and clinical management to assure calibrationamong clinics, including daily operations, clinical workflows, appraised clinical assessments, calibration of clinical faculty, and consistent application of the MUSoD philosophies of clinical care. Group leaders are expected to model professionalism in oral health care at its best. CMPG Leaders provide functional supervision of staff and clinical instructors.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Qualified applicants must 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 show well developed clinical skills in all areas of clinical dentistry, particularly related to treatment planning, restorative dentistry, and prosthodontics.
Applicants must exhibit strong collaborative and leadership skills to employ policies diligently and implement MUSoD’s philosophies of clinical care in a consistent manner.
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.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Five years of teaching experience or other suitable professional experience preferred.