Bastyr University, a private regionally accredited institution, is accepting applications for a faculty position in the Maternal Child Health Systems (MCHS) program of the Department of Midwifery in the School of Natural Health Arts & Sciences at its in Kenmore campus, 15 miles north of Seattle, Washington. The majority of the IP course series occurs online from any location convenient to the instructor.
The Department of Midwifery is presently seeking an experienced instructor to mentor graduate students and facilitate students’ progression in the Independent Project (IP) course series over 4 consecutive quarters. Students conceptualize and follow-through on either a master’s level thesis (original research), capstone (non-research project), or internship (with deliverables) and achieve their goals with the assistance of an Advisory Committee.
The course instructor serves as the Committee Chair for the majority or all of the IPs, depending on the cohort size. The Chair is not expected to be a content expert on students’ topics, but will assist students to find Committee member(s) for that expertise. In addition, the course instructor prepares the syllabus for each quarter, manages the online learning platform, facilitates one or two synchronous classes per quarter, and coordinates the evaluations and grading with other Advisory Committee Chairs (who must be Bastyr University faculty).
Work schedule: 12 credits over 4 sequential academic quarters with a defined cohort of 6 to 12 students.
Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Summer quarter begins in early July 2019, but preparation for Summer Quarter will begin in May 2019. Interested persons should refer to job #19-029 when submitting a letter of interest, curriculum vita, description of teaching philosophy and experience plus three references with contact information to email@example.com. Please, no phone calls or mailed application packages. For more information, please visit http://www.bastyr.edu/about/jobs/opportunities. EEO.
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