Job Description

AT Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health (ASDOH) is seeking a full-time general dentist to join the predoctoral clinical faculty at the rank of Assistant Professor. ASDOH is dedicated to educating caring, technically adept dentists who become community and education leaders serving those in need.

This clinical faculty position has responsibilities in teaching, research and service, with a focus on predoctoral clinical dental education. This faculty member will report to the Associate Dean for Preclinic Education & Simulation, and will provide didactic, preclinical and clinical instruction, as well as the provision of direct patient care in all areas of general dentistry with a focus on operative and digital restorative dentistry. This position will have primary responsibility for course modules focusing on Operative Dentistry, Dental Materials and Dental Anatomy, working collaboratively with other preclinical and clinical faculty to create an innovative, integrated clinical sciences curriculum, preparing dental students for their interdisciplinary clinical experiences in comprehensive patient-centered oral health care including: diagnosis, treatment planning, oral medicine, preventive dentistry, advanced restorative treatment, patient management, and practice management. Other key expectations include a commitment to diversity, social justice, and promotion of the mission of ASDOH including an atmosphere of respect, collegiality and professionalism.

Position Requirements and Preferences:

  • Education: DMD or DDS degree from an institution accredited by American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) or completion of an advanced education program (minimum 2 years) from an institution accredited by CODA.
  • Experience: Minimum of three years clinical experience (graduate training may be included) in general dentistry including clinical experiences in digital restorative dentistry.
  • Preferences: Eligibility for dental licensure in Arizona; experience in academics, clinical research and private practice desirable.