A career at Community Health Centers offers a unique opportunity
to join a team that makes a real impact in our community every day, by
improving individuals' health while enhancing their quality of life.
Top Reasons to Work at Community Health Centers
- A great benefits
package that includes healthcare coverage, retirement plans, vacation,
sick leave, and more.
compensation with advancement opportunities and tuition / training
- Awarded “Best and
Brightest Companies to Work for in the Nation” in 2018.
- Awarded “Top 100
Workplaces for Growing Families” by Orlando Sentinel.
- Modernized and
attractive health centers, that patients love.
Responsible for delivering general dental care to patients of CHC in
accordance with Florida Statute 466 and Administrative Rule 64B5. Providing
team leadership in the course of practice.
Primary Responsibilities and Specific Duties:
- Deliver all phases
of general dental care in accord with Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative
Rules 64B-5. (Scope/Privileging will specify procedures dentist can
- Deliver care at
primary site assignment and fill in as needed at other CHC dental sites.
- Must work 80 hours
every two weeks and at least one late evening per week; all scheduling of
hours to be approved by the Chief Dental Officer before implementation.
- Provide leadership
to the dental team.
- Supervise, coach,
counsel, and complete performance appraisals of team members.
- Provide source of
dental education to the community.
- Be familiar with
CHC's program philosophies, goals, and objectives. Be cognizant of and
comply with all CHC's policies and procedures, as well as state and
- Represent CHC
Values and Mission in the community.
- Provide necessary
information and signatures for participation in reimbursement arrangements
such as Medicare, Medicaid, and other plans
- Attend and
participate in mandatory CHC meetings (center specific quarterly meetings,
corporate meetings, and other meetings designated by CDO
- Participate in
Peer Review and Quality Assurance activities as requested.
ability to work cooperatively with other members of the team. Be
supportive of coworkers.
- Maintain proper
and professional appearance at all times.
- Perform other
duties as assigned or necessary.
- Graduate of an
American Dental Association accredited dental school or program
- Experience or
interest in community/migrant health preferred but not required.
- Current, active
license from State of Florida Board of Dentistry; no license revocation or
suspension in any other state.
- Must have passed
National Dental Boards parts II and I.
- Must have and
maintain current Basic Life Saving Certification.
- DEA license
- Must be able to
maintain professional, caring, helpful manner when dealing with people in
- Able to work
flexible hours as needed.