Provides clinical instruction and supervision of dental hygiene students in the Dental Hygiene Clinic. Serves as a mentor to assigned students every semester. Expected to participate in continuing education opportunities and collaborate with fellow faculty for the betterment of the program and student experience.
An associate's degree in dental hygiene is required with current state licensure that includes permits for infiltration and block anesthesia as a registered dental hygienist by the Missouri Dental Board. A minimum of three years of full-time clinical dental hygiene experience. The candidate must be willing to matriculate toward a bachelor's degree and possess the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, staff and patients with diverse backgrounds. ADHA membership is required.
A bachelor's degree, five years of full-time clinical dental hygiene experience and a nitrous oxide permit is preferred as well as dental hygiene teaching experience. Must demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills working with students, colleagues and staff. Organizational and time management skills are imperative.
Open Until Filled: No
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Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicants, the job requisition has been republished to obtain a pool of candidates for the academic year Fall 2020 – Spring 2021. If you have previously applied no further action is required.
Provide a current resume or curriculum vitae with the past several years of continuing education documented. A minimum of three references should be provided with email address and phone number. If candidate has teaching experience, a minimum of one reference should be from a teaching supervisor.
Copies of your Missouri Dental Hygiene License with permits for infiltration and block anesthesia, CPR certification and ADHA card must be uploaded with the application within
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