Posted: 12th June 2017
BFrench Consulting, GmbH is a Germany-based Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), providing Professional Management and Health Care Consulting Solutions to Government Service Organizations.
Full Time Employee (40 Hrs / Week)
Starting date: IMMEDIATELY
(one more position available in Baumholder, Germany)
-Applies knowledge of child psychology, oral pathology, pharmacology, radiology, pediatric specific restorative and surgical techniques, interceptive orthodontic diagnosis and procedures, and child development to provide comprehensive treatment and therapeutic oral health care for infants and children through adolescence.
-Performs advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures to include appropriate restorative techniques such as stainless steel crowns, pulp therapy to include pulpotomy, pulpectomy, and apexigenesis, fixed and removable space maintainer design, fabrication, and insertion, early interceptive orthodontic appliance design, fabrication, and insertion of appliances such as TPA's, RPE's, LLA's, W appliances, and Quad-Helix, appliance treatment for habits such as digit sucking and tongue thrusting, and frenectomy and mucocele surgical treatment Manages oral/facial trauma.
-Cares for patients with special needs to include mental, physical, and emotional handicaps.
-Administers oral conscious sedation, inhalation analgesia, and provides dental care with general anesthesia administered by qualified personnel.
-Provide dental services for child patients undergoing medical procedures such as chemotherapy or bone marrow transplant that require dental involvement in the multidisciplinary medical care of the patient.
-Provides dental expertise to multidisciplinary medical treatment teams, and provides appliance design, fabrication, and insertion for craniofacial anomaly patients to include cleft palate patients.
-Documents patient treatment in the dental treatment record and utilizes the CDA to enter patient specific workload, and patient scheduling.
-Shall have completed at least a 2-year residency, in an ADA-accredited DDS or DMD postgraduate program in pediatric dentistry.
-Shall possess a current, active, valid, and unrestricted license in at least one of the 50 states, and/or the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or territories of the United States. The license must remain current, active, valid, and unrestricted during the life of the contract.
-Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) certification is not required; however, providers possessing a DEA registration number (certificate) current at the time of contract award must provide documentation (renewal is not mandatory).
-Shall have been employed for at least one (1) year on a full-time basis as a pediatric dentist and have practiced for a minimum of one (1) year within the past three (3) years.
-Shall provide the full scope of care, to include both nitrous oxide and conscious sedation.
-Shall be capable of performing pediatric dental services in an operating room and be certified in both Basic Life Support (BLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
-Speak, read, and write the English language well enough to effectively communicate with all eligible beneficiaries of the military health care system and other care Providers.
Any interested persons in this position should submit resume, cover letter (detailing current location, DEROS date (if applicable), DoD ID card status, relocation ability, in case of relocation the number of family members that will be accompanying) and any applicable proof of certification highlighting the above qualifications to Mr. Ron Pacheco, Director of Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org
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