The Center for Oral Health (COH) is a nonprofit, California-based organization dedicated to promoting public oral health, with a focus on children and vulnerable populations. COH collaborates with national, state, and local partners to develop innovative community-based strategies for improving the oral health.

COH is an equal opportunity employer committed to staff diversity.

Current Job Openings:

Registered Dental Hygienist Program Manager, Clinical Programs

Posted on Oct. 20, 2014

Job Title: Registered Dental Hygienist Program Manager, Clinical Programs
Reports To: Executive Director
FLSA Status Exempt
Effective Date: November 1, 2014
Pay Range Depends on experience and qualifications
To Apply: Email Cover Letter and Resume to

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The Registered Dental Hygienist (RDA) Project Manager, Clinical Programs will work closely with the Executive Director and is responsible for the coordination and operations of the day-to-day activities of oral health projects. Responsibilities include overseeing implementation of population-based oral health assessments, convening advisory group meetings, convening staff meetings and establishing schedules for education, training and the provision of clinical services in community based programs, school based programs, Head Start, WIC and Regional Center locations.

The RDH Project Manager will also work closely with COH’s partners, especially with Western University of Health Sciences and public school districts. He/she will be responsible for administering, maintaining and expanding programs of primary and preventive dental care in a think-tank and incubator of oral healthcare delivery models setting. The Project Manager will also supervise the oral health education and dental assistant staff of the center.

This position requires candidates that possess excellent interpersonal and project management skills, have a strong team-orientation, and are innovative problem solvers and a self-starter. Candidates must also possess the ability to be flexible in responding to changing priorities and schedule conflicts. In addition, candidates must have proven grant and reporting writing experience and demonstrate a passion for nonprofit/community-based work.