Positions Available 


Director of Center for Oral and Systemic Health

Marshfield Clinic Research Institute (MCRI) is the largest private medical research institute in Wisconsin. MCRI is the research division of Marshfield Clinic, an integrated multispecialty health care system with over 700 physicians and 50+ regional centers. MCRI consists of research centers in clinical research, agricultural health and safety, epidemiology, human genetics, biomedical informatics and integrated laboratory services. It also provides a range of support services for physician and scientist investigators, including biostatistics, protocol and grant preparation, research publication and core laboratory support.

The Director-Center for Oral and Systemic Health will provide policy, operational, and scientific leadership within the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute’s (MCRI) Center for Oral and Systemic Health (COSH). This individual will serve as the lead spokesperson for oral-systemic research efforts, mentor researchers and oversee the productivity and professional development of scientists and staff within COSH. This tenured PhD scientist or scientist-clinician will have a strong and consistent record of scientific discovery and scholarly activities in oral-systemic health areas, such as dental and craniofacial research, dental public health, oral healthcare services, and/or dental/biomedical informatics. This individual will work collaboratively with various leaders throughout the Marshfield Clinic Health System, as well as external parties, to contribute to the mission of COSH and MCRI.

Marshfield Clinic Health System is committed to enriching the lives of others through accessible, affordable compassionate healthcare.  Successful applicants will listen, serve and put the needs of patients and customers first.


  • A doctoral degree (PhD, DMD/DDS or MD/DO, etc.) with training or experience in dental and cranio-facial research, oral infectious disease research, dental epidemiology/public health, oral biology, dental/biomedical informatics, or related field

  • An exemplary record of scientific accomplishments in discovery, extramural grants and publications in respected peer-reviewed journals

  • Proven ability to lead and mentor scientists and clinician-investigators

  • 4 years of research leadership and four years of experience as independently funded researcher; 6 years preferred

Working at Marshfield Clinic Health System, you will also enjoy the following benefits:

  • Low cost of living within clean, safe environments

  • Stable communities and short commutes

  • Outstanding schools and affordable housing

  • Plenty of recreational activities for all four seasons

  • Comprehensive benefits package

  • Employer funded retirement

  • Generous paid time off

For more information on the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, visit:


For more information on the 2017 Year in Review, visit: http://marshfieldresearch.org/mcri-year-review

Inquiries can be directed to Angela Koehler, Human Resources at [email protected]c.org

You may apply directly through:


or through our career center at: www.marshfieldclinic.org/careers

Reference job# MC182880

Marshfield Clinic Health System

1000 N. Oak Ave., Marshfield, WI 54449

Marshfield Clinic Health System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Posted on 12/13/2018

RESEARCH DENTIST/Nationwide Travel

Westat is currently seeking motivated individuals with a commitment to excellence for the ongoing National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The core of NHANES involves in-person household interviews and medical examinations conducted in a mobile examination center (MEC). The dentist conducts an oral health exam of study participants, including assessment of oral conditions and diseases (e.g., edentulism, dental sealants, and dental caries.)  Applicants must have a DDS or DMD degree, an active license in any of the 50 U.S. states or the District of Columbia, and one year of experience in a medical or dental facility.  Must have the ability to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.  Pay rates are based on experience.  FULL-TIME CONTINUOUS TRAVEL FOR APPROXIMATELY 48 WEEKS PER YEAR IS REQUIRED with a 1-year minimum commitment (only go home twice a year at specified times). Position requires 40 work hours per week during daytime, evening, and weekend hours. To learn more about this position and apply, go to www.westat.com/fieldjobs and enter Job ID 14718BR.

Posted on 12/10/2018

 Manager, Elder Care Resources and Strategies

Chicago, IL

The American Dental Association is dedicated to promoting the public's health through its initiatives in research, education, advocacy, public awareness and the development of standards.   We have an exciting opportunity for a Manager, Elder Care Resources and Strategies.   

Position Responsibilities:

The Manager, Elder Care Resources & Strategies develops, implements, manages, coordinates and evaluates Association programs focused on access to oral health care for aging and special needs populations. This position will coordinate the acquisition of subject matter expertise, access and analyze information in content areas to determine reliability, draft reports that require cross-divisional vetting and maintain a working knowledge of new content areas.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience with oral health policy

  • Understanding of epidemiology literature

  • Must have knowledge of association governance

  • Ability to use independent judgment

  • Ability to work effectively with associations/society staff, volunteers and external agencies

  • Ability to plan and manage multiple projects simultaneously, independently initiate and complete projects, work in teams with multiple internal and external collaborators

  • Excellent organizational, oral & written communication, and public speaking skills

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office

  • Must be available to travel for Committee related activities; work on weekends and outside normal business hours for committee/council meetings

Highly Desirable Skills

  • Master's degree in health-related field with some training in gerontology, epidemiology and/or community needs assessment

  • Familiarity with dental practice (possible experience as a dental team member)

  • Previous staff or volunteer experience in a professional association and/or peer assistance program

  • Experience in meeting planning and project management

  • Experience with adult education

Apply online at:


Equal Employment Opportunity

EOE of Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

Posted on 11/27/2018