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- Community Health Worker Lecturers, part-time, for placement into lecturer pool, subject to availability of funds and actual staffing requirements. This position is with the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Round IV grant project, located at Kapi‘olani Community College.
- Work under the direct supervision of the co-principal investigator (Co-PI) at Kapi‘olani Community College.
- Teach Community Health Worker Certificate training courses in collaboration with other lecturers and guest lecturers in a team-teaching model for course delivery. Includes evening and weekend classes, distance education classes, and teaching at off-campus sites.
- Master’s Degree in any field plus two years of experience in developing and delivering community health education programs; or
- Master’s Degree in a health-related field, of which 15 credits are in community health; or
- Bachelor’s Degree in any field plus five years of experience in developing and delivering community health education programs; or
- Bachelor’s Degree in a health-related field, of which 15 credits are in community health, plus three years of experience in developing and delivering community health education programs.
- A minimum of three (3) years working with communities on adult health education programs/courses, projects and related health issues.
- Strong knowledge of the Social Determinants of Health and/or Public Health.
- Strong working knowledge of healthcare and social service agencies in Hawai‘i communities and emerging needs and trends.
- Ability to work within a team approach to health education training, health promotion, illness prevention and community advocacy.
- Knowledge of cultural competence in health care delivery to diverse populations, including Native Hawaiians.
- Knowledge of pedagogical theory and practice.
- Ability to provide guidance and feedback to help participants strengthen their knowledge, skills and abilities for success in chosen career paths.
- Ability to convey information clearly and concisely to a diverse range of groups or individuals both verbally and in writing to ensure that they understand the information and the message.
- Ability to listen and respond appropriately to others.
- Ability to utilize standard office equipment and relevant technology (software and systems).
- Ability to lead and guide students to develop new skills or knowledge that will enhance their work.
- Ability to teach using best pedagogical practices.
- Must be able to work evening and weekend hours.
- Knowledge of standard office suite and presentational tools.
- A valid driver’s license.
- Patricia O'Hagan, Dean of Health Academic Programs
- Kapi‘olani Community College
- 4303 Diamond Head Road, Ilima 206
- Honolulu, HI 96816
- Patricia O'Hagan, Dean of Health Academic Programs; 808-734-9569; firstname.lastname@example.org
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