The Department of Midwifery is accepting applications for a full-time Clinical Education Supervisor to join our team. Our mission is to educate and inspire leaders in midwifery and maternal child health systems.
Department of Midwifery Mission and Equity Statement
Bastyr University believes that inclusive diversity is essential for achieving academic excellence and creating a profoundly enriching university experience. Our faculty and staff are committed to achieving our mission by educating students to be future leaders that bring the natural health arts and sciences to people from all backgrounds. Promoting an educational environment that allows students, faculty and staff to develop their talents while experiencing a sense of community, we expect campus members to engage in respectful communication, behaviors and thoughtful self-reflection, increase their understanding of cultures and empower people who are disenfranchised, marginalized or oppressed. In so doing, the University pledges to prepare our students (and support faculty and staff) to recognize and appropriately respond to health inequities that affect multiple communities. This involves infusing DEI knowledge, skills, and practices in all academic programs, clinical training and patient services. In all, Bastyr University is dedicated to the welfare of our students and patients as well as to promoting equal opportunity and access in education and health care.
In alignment with Bastyr’s DEI commitment, applications from members of underrepresented groups are encouraged.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: All new employees must provide proof of fully vaccinated status on or before their first workday. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a two-dose series or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine.
The Clinical Education Supervisor works to promote excellence in midwifery clinical education by overseeing the clinical education aspects of the Master of Science in Midwifery program.
Job responsibilities include:
The Clinical Education Supervisor is essentially a bridge from student to preceptor. They are responsible for facilitating student placements, with a particular focus on site pairings that support student safety and that support student and preceptor trust to facilitate timely and effective learning.
The Clinical Education Supervisor is a teacher: they support the preceptors in learning how to teach or improving their teaching techniques and strategies, and they support the students in integrating preceptor feedback and learning what for many is an entirely new skill set.
They are also a teacher of professionalism, assisting students and preceptors in excelling in their professional communication and interactions, both together and in the context of the larger midwifery community. To this end, the Clinical Education Supervisor must model strong communication skills, both verbal and written, including grammar, proofreading, writing and editing abilities.
The Clinical Education Supervisor is above all a facilitator of human relationships, particularly in challenging and exhausting moments, and understands that their role is to help individuals strategize how they navigate conflict and communication rather than fixing it for them. They must be able to maintain calm and organization in the midst of rapidly expanding and changing needs, be collaborative, proactive and a strong problem solver.
This person must have a vehicle and be able to travel and network with current and prospective preceptors. This position requires strong administrative as well as computer and internet skills. We use Microsoft Office products in general, and Typhon for clinical education tracking. This is a full time, very demanding position and would not be a good match for a currently practicing midwife.
The ideal candidate will have:
A budget for job-related travel expenses including mileage and meals is provided by the University.
How to Apply:
Please refer to job #22-008 and position title when applying. Please send your cover letter, resume, and diversity statement to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bastyr University offers a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, vision and prescription coverage; generous paid time off; access to Bastyr’s Centers for Natural Health; and a competitive 403(b) retirement plan.
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