The Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) Executive Director
The Executive Director (ED) serves as the chief staff officer and is responsible to the Association and Foundation Board of Directors (BOD) for overall administration and operation of the organizations. The Executive Director advises and assists the OSAP Board of Directors in the formulation and implementation of strategies, objectives and policies in support of advancing the organization's mission. The Executive Director reports to the Vice President, Association Management Business Unit, of Meeting Expectations, the employer for this position.
Do you have a passion for public service? Do you want your work to have a statewide impact? Do you want to lead a dynamic team that is implementing innovative programming? If your answers are "YES!" then our response is, "Join us!" The State of Maryland is currently recruiting for a senior level dentist with public health experience to lead their Office of Oral Health (OOH). Managing a fifteen-person team, the OOH Director offers an unparalleled opportunity to implement a strategic vision towards improving the oral health of Marylanders. They invite interested candidates to review the job listing and submit an application: https://www.jobaps.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=18&R2=005488&R3=0001
The County of San Luis Obispo Health Agency is seeking an Oral Health Program Manager for a dynamic and hands-on role in a rapidly-growing program. This role balances clinical and administrative leadership responsibilities. The program manager will hire, train, supervise and support a team of 5-6 staff responsible for oral health education, dental hygiene services for children, billing, and the management of program grants and data. The role involves connecting with communities across beautiful San Luis Obispo County-from the coast to the wine country-to provide services to pediatric patients, build relationships with dental health providers, and build the County's oral health system of care. Specific responsibilities include: Provide direct care to pediatric patients; collaborate with public programs serving low-income children to arrange oral health clinics for children Lead county-wide oral health coordination efforts, including facilitation of the County Oral Health Coalition Implement innovative programs such as launch of a Virtual Dental Home and incentives to build the local workforce of advanced providers in oral health Coordinate outreach and education to promote oral health across the County, especially among children and parents Maximize access to and utilization of oral health care through case management, leadership, and administrative support Connect with local oral health community to develop a network of dentists and specialists for reduced-fee/pro-bono services The County of San Luis Obispo supports learning and professional development and offers a collegial and supportive work environment. Learn more and apply: Annual salary: $66,102 - $80,350 View full job description and generous benefits package at http://bit.ly/slo-ohpm. Questions? Contact County Health Officer Penny Borenstein, MD, at email@example.com. COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT Live, Play, Work in San Luis Obispo County.
Senior Dental Operations Officer
Voted a Best Places to Work and Healthiest Employer in Central Texas, St. David's Foundation in Austin is currently recruiting for a Senior Dental Operations Officer for its mobile dental program. With the largest fleet of mobile dental clinics in the country, St. David's Dental Program provides free dental care to children at multiple worksites within Central Texas.
Please visit our website at http://stdavidsfoundation.org/about-us/careers to view the full job posting and learn more about the St. David's Foundation Dental Program.
1. Bachelor's Degree in Business, Healthcare Administration, Nonprofit Management, or related field with relevant experience.
2. Minimum of ten years of experience in managing complex programs, including a minimum of five years of leadership experience managing diverse teams.
3. Demonstrated effective problem solving and project management skills.
4. Demonstrated leadership skills and qualities.
5. Demonstrated ability to effectively develop, manage and analyze budgets.
6. High level of computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
7. Willingness and ability to travel to multiple worksites within Central Texas, including some nights and weekends.
1. Master's Degree.
2. English/Spanish bilingual.
3. Minimum of ten years of experience in healthcare, dental, public health, nonprofit, or social program implementation and management.
GENEROUS BENEFITS PACKAGE INCLUDES:
- Employer-paid medical/dental/vision insurance for employees, dependent children and spouses/domestic partners.
- 401(k) Matching
- Paid Time Off and 13 paid holidays per year
- Business mileage reimbursement
- Please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax your application to (512) 879-6252.
Dental Hygienist Consultant Career Opportunity Chronic Disease Control Branch – Oral Health Program
Our MissionThe California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is dedicated to optimizing the health and well-being of the people in California. If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging career in public health, CDPH's Chronic Disease Control Branch (CDCB) has some great opportunities for an organization dedicated to preventing and optimally managing chronic disease.CDCB supports evidence-based intervention programs that promote healthy behaviors, healthy communities, and improve the prevention, diagnosis, and management of chronic disease. The mission of CDCB's California Oral Health Program is to improve the oral health of all Californians through prevention, education, and organized community efforts using the most recent available data, including oral health status, disparities, risk and protective factors, and access to dental services. Chronic Disease Prevention aims to ensure a lifetime of wellness for all.
Oral Health Program Synopsis
The California Oral Health Program was established in July 2014. The program's mission is to improve the oral health of all Californians through prevention, education, and organized community efforts. To achieve these goals, the Program is providing strategic advice and leadership to oral health stakeholders throughout the State, building oral health workforce capacity and infrastructure, and implementing and evaluating evidence-based best practices in oral disease prevention. Initial steps to build capacity and address the burden of oral disease are to develop a State Burden Report, a State Oral Health Plan, and an oral health surveillance plan. The State Plan will serve as a roadmap to identify priorities, short term, intermediate, and long term goals and objectives along with recommendations to address the burden of disease, increase access to oral health services for high risk populations, and to increase the oral health status of all Californians.
Under the direction of the State Dental Director, the Dental Hygienist Consultant performs dental program consultation, assists in development and implementation of dental policy issues, assists in development and implementation of preventive programs, and performs various activities relating to dental hygiene programs. Willingness to travel in and out-of-state is required.
Candidates must possess a valid license to practice as a Dental Hygienist as determined by the California Board of Dental Examiners. Candidates must have five years of experience as a licensed Dental Hygienist with at least two years in public health and a baccalaureate degree in dental hygiene or its equivalent. (Possession of AA degree in dental hygiene and a baccalaureate degree in public health, health education or education may be accepted as equivalent.
Dental Hygienist ConsultantExam ID # 7H1FEFinal Filing Date: October 6, 201 Location: Sacramento, CA Salary Range: $4,462.00 - $5,866.00 per month Comprehensive Benefits including retirement plans, health, dental and vision coverage FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS POSITION AND HOW TO APPLY,VISIT HTTPS://JOBS.CA.GOV/JOBSGEN/7H1FE.PDF;
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You may also contact the CDPH Human Resources Recruitment Unit at (916) 324-0389 or email Apply@cdph.ca.gov
RESEARCH GOLD STANDARD DENTAL EXAMINER
Westat is seeking a part-time (approximately 30 days annually) consultant to be the Gold Standard Dental Examiner (GSDE) for the National Health and Nutrition Survey (NHANES) sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The GSDE will perform gold standard examinations for quality assurance purposes; train examiners on exam protocol; and work with staff to insure the highest quality data are collected. Consultants must be available for part-time travel, including up to eight trips annually. DDS or DMD required with active license in any of the 50 states or DC. Candidates must have more than 5 years of experience as a dentist working in medical or dental facility and experience in training health professionals. To learn more about this position, email a letter of interest and CV to BarbaraLindstrom@westat.com.
Recruitment Coordinator – Field HR Unit
1630 Research Boulevard, RE 331
Rockville, MD 20850
Opportunity Available: General Dentist, Educator. The Waterville Community Dental Center is seeking a general dentist with an interest also in participating in clinical education for dental students. We are a stand-alone nonprofit dental center located in vibrant, arts-focused Waterville, ME. We are in the heart of the beautiful lakes region of Central Maine and within one hour of the mountains and the coast. The Center is a modern facility that provides a full range of oral health services. Full or part-time options are available. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume/CV to email@example.com