Ole Health is a federally qualified health center with the mission to provide quality primary health care to the community. As part of the dental team, you work with a team of professionals (Medical provider, Nutritionist, Behavior health and other services) to help patients achieve overall health wellness. We provide comprehensive dental care to all ages with a focus on continuity of care. We strive for work life balance. A candidate who is flexible, a team player, and passionate about providing dental care is a good fit for our work culture.
Hours: Monday – Friday from 8-5pm
Salary: hourly per position for DA/RDA/Sterilization/leads; yearly salary for Supervisor/Manager/Dentist
POSITION TITLE: Dentist
REPORTS TO: Dental Director
SUPERVISION GIVEN: None
Salary Range:$147,000.00 To 189,280.00 Annually
- Sign On Bonus (prorated per Full-Time Equivalent)
- CME/CE of up to $2,000 per Calendar Year (prorated per Full-Time Equivalent)
- 10 Paid Holidays
- 16 days of PTO (Vacation & Sick)
- Medical, Dental, Vision Coverage
- Employer covers 85% of employee medical premium and 55% of dependent medical premium
- Employer covers 100% of Dental + Vision premiums for employees only
- 4% Employer Match for 403(b) retirement plan
- Tuition Reimbursement of up to $2,000 per Calendar Year for part-time and full-time employees (prorated per Full-Time Equivalent)
- Life & Accidental Insurance Coverage
- Employer contribution for Health Savings Account
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Limited FSA Options
JOB SUMMARY: The Dentist position is responsible for providing clinical and preventive dental services to patients. The Staff Dentist is also responsible to participate in additional duties which promotes and furthers dental awareness and health in the community
KNOWLEDGE OF WORK
|Knowledge of federal, state, local and dental clinic rules regulations, protocols and procedures governing the practice of dentistry, as well as those relating to personnel issues, work place safety, public health and confidentiality|
|Knowledge of Federally Qualified Health Centers|
|Knowledge of HIPPA and OSHA|
|Ability to work with a multi-cultural population|
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
|The dentist is the head of the dental care team and operates per patient needs (hours/days)|
|Examine, diagnose, prescribe and carry out appropriate dental/oral treatment, or refer individuals for specialty care, in conformance with clinical guidelines|
|Educate patients on treatment options including pros and cons of specific treatments and alternatives where applicable|
|Provide basic dental services to as many people as possible while maintaining a level of quality care which is equal to or greater than that of the private sector|
|Achieve and maintain a high level of competency in clinical dentistry with special emphasis on areas of unique benefit in the dental clinic setting, such as pediatric dentistry, emergency dental treatment, extractions and prevention of dental care|
|Record patient-dentist transactions as they occur in the patient’s dental record so that the record accurately reflects the nature of the contact, the condition of the patient and the care or treatment provided. Make appropriate written referrals and obtain appropriate written consent when necessary|
|Educate and motivate individuals and their families toward prevention of oral disease|
|Comply fully with all applicable federal, state, local and dental clinic rules regulations, protocols and procedures governing the practice of dentistry, as well as those relating to personnel issues, work place safety, public health and confidentiality|
|Assist in the orientation and training of auxiliaries and other staff|
|Attend dental staff meetings and general staff meetings|
|Cooperate fully in any risk management activity or investigation|
|Assist in the ongoing development and implementation of performance-improvement activities such as quality assurance, peer review, and staff development|
|Maintain a team approach to dentistry by assisting other dentists and staff as necessary to allow for efficiency, flow and quality of dental care|
|Provide consultation to the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors regarding dental and oral health issues in the absence of the Dental Director|
|Assist in the coordination and integration of all dental clinic outreach programs as directed by the Dental Director|
|Perform other duties as assigned|
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, TRAINING
- Must have a DDS or DMD from an accredited school of dentistry.
- Must be licensed to practice dentistry in the State of California.
- Must possess or obtain a DEA registration.
- Must maintain CEUs as required for license renewal.
- Must certify and remain current in CPR.