Part-Time Dental Clinical Instructors

University of California, Los Angeles
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Part-Time Dental Clinical Instructors
University of California Los Angeles

Requisition Number: JPF06562

The UCLA School of Dentistry invites applications of qualified, California licensed dentists to train and supervise dental students and dental residents on a part-time paid basis in the School's dental clinics as Lecturers, for the 2021-2022 academic year which begins July 1, 2021. Under the direction of Section Chairs or other full-time faculty, the primary duty for appointees is supervising the treatment of dental patients by dental students and residents; other duties may be assigned as needed. Areas of practice include (but are not limited to) general dentistry, periodontics, oral radiology, endodontics, oral surgery, oral facial pain, pediatric dentistry, oral diagnosis, orthodontics, prosthodontics, and esthetic dentistry. Candidates must possess an active California dental license and be in good professional standing. Candidates must be able to commit to working a specific fixed weekly or monthly work schedule, although clinic schedules occasionally need to be changed for programmatic reasons; appointees will be expected to be able to comport their personal schedules to the School's needs. These appointments are typically for one half-day or one day per week; one-and-a-half-days and two-days per week appointments may be available. Appointments are typically for one year; shorter duration appointments may be available. Reappointment shall be contingent on assessed work performance and the School's programmatic needs.

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