Position Title: Adjunct Faculty – Lactation Education Instructor
Hiring Company/Organization: OHSU-PSU School of Public Health Certificate in Human Lactation
Job Location: Portland, OR
Job Type: Part-time
Salary Range: $10,000 per year
This is a part-time adjunct faculty position beginning Fall 2021.
Lactation education courses are offered both hybrid (in-person and on-line) and distance (fully on-line).
We are looking for experienced lactation consultants with strong teaching and mentoring skills.
- Design and instruct Lactation Education courses utilizing current and evidence based information, as outlined in the IBLCE Clinical Competencies, the LEAARC and CAAHEP Accreditation Standards, the IBLCE Detailed Content Outline, and the Core Curriculum for Interdisciplinary Lactation Care.
- Will collaborate with the current Lactation faculty team on course text, course design and will team teach for at least a one year orientation period.
- Instruct weekly distance learning course and evaluate student work
- Facilitate one in-person/live stream weekend series of classes each term to provide students with in-depth content instruction and skill development
- Regularly communicate with students and invested community members regarding class updates and opportunities in the lactation field
- Participates in selection process of Pathway 2 Lactation students including application review and interviews
- Participate on the Lactation Advisory Board
- Advise prospective students via in-person, virtual or phone advising appointments and through the lactation program email
- Provide an information session twice a year (via live webinar) for prospective students
- Follow the ILCA Standards of Practice, the IBLCE Code of Professional Conduct and the IBCLC Scope of Practice
- Will report to the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs
- IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) re-certified at least one time
- Teaching and/or precepting experience in lactation
- BSN/RN or Masters degree
- Demonstrated experience in course design and assessment
- Experience aligning accreditation requirements with curriculum
- Able to travel to Portland OR quarterly for in-person course components
- Extensive lactation support experience working in diverse settings (community and clinical)
- Familiarity with distance learning teaching formats and designing virtual learning experiences
For general information about our program visit our website.
Applicants may reply to our Program Director, Michelle Bressler, email@example.com with any questions or to submit cover letter, resume and references.