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Dental AssistantApply Clinical Affairs Los Angeles, California
Since 1897, the Ostrow School of Dentistry has shaped talented students into outstanding dentists and dental hygienists. Our challenging clinical education and our expert faculty members provide future oral health professionals with the skills they need in order to become the best.
Dentists and dental hygienists are consistently viewed as some of the most trusted and respected professionals that serve the public, and our graduates are part of the reason. The Ostrow School of Dentistry not only educates excellent clinicians but also produces professionals who earn their patients’ trust with unyielding commitment to exemplary ethical standards. Our graduates also earn the respect of their colleagues, taking active leadership roles in the organized dentistry community from local to international levels.
USC's Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry is seeking a Dental Assistant to join the Advanced Endodontics team. This department is seeking an individual who can handle a fast-paced workload and is able to work with a variety of different personalities.
*Please upload your Resume, Dental Certificate and CPR.
Provides both administrative and comprehensive skilled chair-side assisting services for patients during dental treatment procedures for clinical faculty, doctoral dental students, and post-doctoral students in clinical unit(s) and/or affiliated practices. Works independently with moderate technical guidance
Education: Associate's Degree
Experience: 6-12 months
Field of Expertise:
Working knowledge of dental management systems, preferably axiUm. Bilingual skills in (Spanish and English) verbal and written communications skills. Demonstrated experience and skills in a variety of dental disciplines.
Communicate with others to gather information
Coordinate work of others
Maintain filing systems
Understand and apply policies and procedures
Use database and/or word processing software
*Ability to work scheduled evening and weekend shifts. Ability to work overtime, sometimes on short-notice.
Minimum Education: Specialized/technical training
Minimum Experience: 6 - 12 months
Minimum Field of Expertise: Six to twelve months of chair-side experience in a dental environment or private practice in one or more recognized dental disciplines (general/prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, oral surgery, pedodontics, orthodontics, special patients). Working knowledge of HIPAA compliance, PPO, and dental terminology. Demonstrated excellent interpersonal patient service skills, and ability to multi-task. Working knowledge of proper sterilization and instrucment management techniques. Demonstrated experience in a high volume, fast-pace environment. Demonstrated team-oriented and collaborative work style. Ability to travel to and from work at various local locations.
REQ20052684 Posted Date: 11/13/2017 Apply