The American Association of Dental Boards (AADB). AADB is the sole professional association for all American state dental boards (50 states, DC, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands). Membership includes the state agencies, individuals who sit on the dental boards, and other individuals who work for/with the state dental boards (lawyers, administrators, investigators, and testing/licensing agencies). Membership is nearly 600. AADB’s headquarters is located in Chicago at 211 East Chicago Avenue, one block east of Michigan Avenue and the historic Chicago Water Tower.
Director. Reporting directly to the Executive Director. Three or four staff members reporting to the Director. No other Director-level individuals at AADB. This position is the #2 person in the organization and will be considered for the Executive Director position when the current ED retires or otherwise departs.
General Job Responsibilities
Oversee all aspects of the organization’s operation. General areas include event planning, membership relations, membership services, finance, and human resources.
Specific Job Responsibilities
--- Planning two large membership meetings per year
--- Collecting membership dues
--- Coordinating banking relationships
--- Assisting in the development/monitoring of the operating budget
--- Website management with outside webmaster
--- Writing or editing membership publications
--- Providing range of services to members
--- Responding to member requests
--- Maintaining various membership reference databases
--- Maintaining Continuing Education certifications
--- Supervising compensation, benefits, and insurance
Primarily base salary. Range of $60,000 to $70,000, depending upon experience. Bonus range of 0-10% of base salary, based on performance. Annual salary reviews.
401(k) with company contribution and immediate vesting. Health insurance with employee contribution. Three weeks of paid vacation. Personal and sick days.
Hours of Work
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. One hour lunch. Some flexibility. Virtually no evening or weekend work. Less than 10 days of travel per year. No tele-commuting.