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Our dedicated staff and volunteers are integral to what we do here at the Australian Dental Foundation.

There are ample opportunities available for passionate advocates who want to make a positive difference – whether that be volunteering or working with us to help support access to oral health care across Australia.

Contact us to enquire about our current volunteer and/or job opportunities.

Positions Available

Dentist
Job Type: Permanent – Full Time/Part Time
Location: SA
Job Category: Dentist

The Australian Dental Foundation is an independent, national award-winning health promotion charity that has been proactive in delivering on-ground programs and support to help to improve Australia’s oral health outcomes and well-being, one smile at a time.

We address the inequalities which exist in oral health to enable the provision of quality and professional oral care to those who need it most. Since inception, we have supported and improved over 41,500 Australians’ oral health, changing their lives for the better.
Whilst our work has had a significant impact so far, our work isn’t done yet. There is still a considerable need to address the inequalities across Australia and we won’t stop until oral disease harm is dramatically minimised.

We are looking for permanent, full-time/part-time Dentist(s) who will be responsible for providing oral health care and education. The position will primarily work within a mobile setting with opportunities to work within locally based fixed clinics, in conjunction with our dental partners.

Job Description

If successful, you will be responsible for:

  • Diagnose and provide appropriate dental treatment to patients, including dental check-ups, cleanings, fissure seals, x-rays, fillings and simple extractions
  • Educate patients and legal guardians on maintaining good oral health, including oral hygiene instruction and dietary advice
  • Carefully document all medications, diagnoses, treatments and consultations
  • Report to State Operations Manager

Desired Skills & Experience

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Polished dentistry skills and at a high industry standard
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Committed to providing an outstanding patient-led service
  • Passionate about oral health and helping disadvantaged, dependant Australians
  • Current AHPRA registration and professional indemnity
  • Working with children clearance
  • Valid Australian driver’s license and own a reliable car

Experience is not necessary and new graduate dentists are encouraged to apply.

ICT Support & Administration Officer
Job Type: Permanent  Full Time
Location: North Adelaide, SA
Job Category: Support

The Australian Dental Foundation is an independent, national award-winning health promotion charity that has been proactive in delivering on-ground programs and support to help to improve Australia’s oral health outcomes and well-being, one smile at a time.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Main duties:

  • Assist the ICT Manager in providing technical assistance of system and network problems, diagnosing and solving hardware or software faults (Level 1 Support).
  • Liaise with internal staff, our dental practice network and affiliated suppliers, either face-to-face or over the phone, to help set up systems or resolve issues.
  • Assist with creating ICT training resources for staff.
  • Maintain an accurate asset pool of ICT equipment across the group.
  • Install and configure computer hardware, operating systems and applications.
  • Issue/fault logging and tracking with external ICT service providers as required.
  • Support the roll-out of new hardware, operating systems and applications.
  • Inspect and perform minor repairs as directed by the ICT Manager, and work with external vendors for the repairs to ICT equipment as required.
  • Perform day-to-day hardware and software maintenance as assigned by the ICT Manager.
  • Experience troubleshooting basic network, desktop software, email and printer problems.
  • Work independently and continuously on a task until completion (or referral to ICT Manager or third parties, if appropriate).

Desirable Skills:

  • Knowledge of Windows 10 Professional & 11
  • Knowledge of TeamViewer Remote Management Software
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2016, Office 365, OneDrive and SharePoint.
  • Knowledge of WordPress and other online Content Management Systems
  • Knowledge of Windows Server 2016 and above
  • Experience in creating training resources

The ideal candidate:

  • At least 18 months’ experience with IT help desk and technical support duties.
  • Tertiary Qualification in IT related sub stream (ideally Certificate 4 or higher).
  • Experience of working in an IT support environment where a combination of face to face and remote resolution management was required is desirable.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and collaboration skills.

Why work for us:

  • Excellent working environment with fantastic team culture.
  • Competitive remunerative package, with further training and development opportunities.
  • Centralised role based in North Adelaide, with regular working hours (Mon – Fri) and opportunities for occasional regional travel.
  • Supportive team

To be considered for this position please submit your resume and supporting cover letter.