Program Administrator-Dental Assistant Program
California Ontario UEI - Ontario, CA
$63,000.00 - $67,000.00 Salary/year
Instructors & Education
International Education Corporation is a leader in post-secondary career
education. Working at our employee-owned company is more than just a great
career - its an investment in yourself. Our mission is to drive personal and
community transformation by empowering students to make a positive and
enduring life change. We are consistently searching for like-minded
compassionate professionals who strive to be the best in their respective
fields. Our top candidates share our commitment to helping students build the
skills to create a future of which they can be proud.
We are currently seeking a Program Administrator, Dental Assistant Program
to join our team in California. In this position you will be responsible for
managing, leading and overseeing our Dental Assistant Program with the UEI
campuses. You will be responsible for the Dental Assistant Programs curriculum
development and revisions, quality of program delivery, regulatory compliance,
and effective strategies to meet student outcomes for the Dental Assistant
Essential day-to-day job responsibilities include:
Complying with applicable federal and state laws and regulations,
accreditor standards, and institutional policies and procedures;
Recruiting, training and developing the assigned programs managers such as
Campus Department Chairs and Campus Program Managers throughout the
organization or an assigned region;
Facilitating recruitment, training, and development of the program faculty
members across the organization or an assigned region;
Auditing program delivery and resources across the organization or an
assigned region with a focus on visiting under-performing campuses;
Auditing documentation and records to ensure compliance with all program
relevant laws and regulatory standards;
Leading curriculum reviews and revisions;
Leading quarterly Curriculum Committee meetings;
Reviewing and analyzing student and faculty surveys for the program and
preparing action plans to address systemic concerns and feedback gauged
through such surveys;
Monitoring program metrics related to student outcomes for the program to
meet the organizational and regulatory benchmarks and goals;
Serving as the companys highest level subject matter expert for the
Weekly meetings with the National Director of Programs to discuss program
status, project progress and student outcomes
Registered Dental Assistant in California
Bachelors Degree preferred
Minimum 3 years of combined management, teaching and education
administration experience in Dental Assisting required.
Successful track record of effective teaching, curriculum development, and
Ability to effectively present information to management and/or public
Experience writing lesson plans and lab assignments.
Above average user skills in computer and information technology (e.g.
student database, social media, online educational resources).
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Ability to build and lead a team.
We offer an exciting, fast-paced and dynamic work environment. In addition,
full-time colleagues have a variety of benefits available that include;
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Coverage, a generously
matched 401(k) plan, voluntary benefits and much more.
If changing students lives is also important to you, and you have the
qualifications reflected above, we would love to hear from you!