This is a sponsored job posting.
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is seeking dynamic adjunct faculty for the Master of Science (Health and Human Performance) for Interpersonal skills coaching.
In addition to specialized subject matter expertise, knowledge of its application to coaching is a positive.
Health and human performance coaching: Interpersonal skills (3 units)
Students hone their coach-client communication and interpersonal skills. Integral to these, students research personality types and traits, and consider the role of empathy, intuition, compassion, body language, and more. Students learn to teach clients methods by which they can be more effective in their personal and professional communication.
- International Coaching Federation (ICF) Certification
- Master’s degree and/or preeminent scholarship in the subject
- Passionate about teaching at the graduate level
- Classroom-based teaching experience at the graduate level
- Availability to teach late afternoon, evenings and or weekends
- MCC or PCC ICF certification
- Online teaching experience at the graduate level
- Familiarity with Moodle, PowerPoint and APA writing style
Application deadline: January 24, 2020. To apply, please send a cover letter describing course of interest, experience and qualifications with resume/CV to email@example.com
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is one of the oldest and largest accredited institutions training practitioners of Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and massage. It now also offers degrees in health and human performance coaching, and nursing. Founded in 1986, Pacific College has campuses in New York, San Diego, and Chicago, and features an esteemed faculty of professors from around the globe that conduct ongoing research and educate approximately 1500 students every year.
We offer the opportunity to work with a dynamic team of professionals. We are committed to creating a diverse community of faculty, staff, and students.
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants are considered on the basis of their qualifications for the position without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age, marital status, disability, veteran's status or any other personal trait protected by federal, state or local law.