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- Part-time, non-tenure track, for placement in Spring, Summer and/or Fall lecturer pool, assignments as needed, contingent on availability of funds and actual staffing requirements for East and West Hawai`i campuses. This appointment is with the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Round IV grant project.
- Under general supervision, conduct lecture and as appropriate, laboratory courses in the discipline.
- Teach Community Health Worker Certificate training courses in collaboration with other lecturer classes in a team-teaching model for course delivery.
- May include instructional assignment involving distance education.
- Maintain at least one office hour per week for each class taught.
- Possible evening, weekend and off-campus assignments.
- Conduct student evaluations of teaching effectiveness.
- Participate in assessment of course learning outcomes.
- Adhere to all due dates, including the online submission of grades.
- 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.
- Willingness to work with Running Start and Early College programs.
- Trina Nahm-Mijo, Social Science Division Chair
- Hawai`i Community College
- 1175 Manono Street
- Hilo, HI 96720
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