The University of Rochester Eastman Institute for Oral Health (UR EIOH) is currently seeking outstanding clinical dentist applicants for a part-time (20 hours per week) position as Assistant Professor of Clinical Dentistry, within the University Dental Faculty Group practice located in Rochester, New York.
This position will provide direct patient care in the university group practice. There are opportunities for didactic and clinical teaching in the postdoctoral general dentistry programs, participation in ongoing clinical and translational research programs and other collaborative activities within the UR EIOH, the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), and the Rochester community.
Position requirements include: DDS/DMD or equivalent degree; advanced education in postdoctoral General Dentistry program; minimum five years' experience in hospital or affiliate dental practice; NYS Dental License eligibility; excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written) in order to relate to groups at all levels within the organization including office staff, faculty, management and, senior leadership, governing agencies and others; must display initiative, a positive attitude, flexibility and commitment to network goals and objectives; must be committed to the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct including the I Care values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. Post-offer health assessment is required. Faculty rank and compensation are commensurate with experience and qualifications. Please apply online and send C.V. and letter of intent to: Sue Gibbs, Administrator for Faculty Affairs, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, 625 Elmwood Avenue, Box 683, Rochester, NY 14620.
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