Location: Kenmore, WA
Date Posted: 03/15/2017
Bastyr University has an opportunity for a Teaching Fellow in our School of Naturopathic Medicine, to develop an understanding of the curriculum and to develop skills as a teacher. This person will explore a variety of teaching methodologies and perform specific projects as assigned by the Associate Dean. Candidates must be eligible and able to obtain a license to practice naturopathic medicine in Washington State. Graduation from an accredited Naturopathic College or University is required. 60% position; 24 hours/week, 22 credits/year. Salary based on 1st year Resident range. Comprehensive benefit package.
Final candidates will be asked to present a 20-minute teaching demonstration.
This position begins September 1, 2017 for one year. Please refer to job #17-017 and position title when applying. Please send a cover letter, resume addressing qualifications and experience, two professional reference letters, educational transcripts, copy of professional Licenses, employment application (may be downloaded from our website) and a one-page summary of specific ways the candidate would work with the naturopathic medicine program. Send all application materials to: email@example.com
Application deadline: May 31, 2017. Visit our website at www.bastyr.edu for an application.
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