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Instructor, Naturopathic Clinical Arts and Sciences (CCNM - Boucher Campus)

The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) Boucher Campus is seeking an Instructor for Naturopathic Clinical Arts and Sciences I for Fall 2022 term.
Naturopathic Clinical Arts and Sciences Program Description
The goal of this series of six courses is to bring the clinic to the classroom. It is largely delivered in a case-based collaborative learning environment addressing, patient research, case analysis, therapeutic interventions, patient management, and other topics to help sew the educational experience together. It is designed to prepare future naturopathic physicians to apply the knowledge acquired in school to the problems and issues they will confront in clinical practice. This course begins with clinical entrance in the third year, and continues to the end of the naturopathic medicine program and serves as an educational core uniting the curriculum with clinical practice. This provides for the integration of knowledge of current and historical principles presented in every other component of the program. Each course has a different emphasis depending on the specialty of the physician facilitating it.
Available: September 2022 – December 2022 (Fall 2022)
Instructor Naturopathic Clinic Arts and Sciences I:
Phlebotomy, B12 Injections, GI Functional Disorders, Naturopathic Endocrinology, Naturopathic Dermatology, Introduction to Autoimmunity
Available:
  • September 2022 – December 2022
  • Tuesdays 1 - 4 p.m., onsite
As a condition of employment, successful candidates are required to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Qualifications
Education
  • The ideal candidate will possess a Masters or PhD in the related disciplines and/or will be a Board licensed ND, DOM, RN, DC, MD, etc.
  • Training in teaching methodology, curriculum design, and evaluation at a post -secondary level is an asset
Experience
  • Previous teaching experience preferred
  • Strong background in injection therapies, phlebotomy, as well as GI disorders, autoimmune disorders and their naturopathic treatments
Skills
  • Ability to motivate and engage students
  • Excellent, demonstrable communication skills
  • Established research publication record is desirable
  • Positive, demonstrated commitment to student success
The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM), is Canada’s premier, pan-Canadian academic institution for education and research in naturopathic medicine. Our graduates are eligible to write the licensing examinations for all regulated jurisdictions in Canada and the United States to become naturopathic doctors. The College is a registered charity dependent upon tuition, research grants and donations for the fulfillment of its mission. CCNM has two campuses, one in Toronto and another in the Metro Vancouver area known as the Boucher Campus. The College provides an attractive work environment for those who value good health and who enjoy working in a positive creative atmosphere.
CCNM welcomes individuals who have demonstrated commitment to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion and will partner with us in expanding our EDI capacity. We encourage applications from equity-deserving groups, including Indigenous Peoples, Black-identified persons, other racialized persons, persons with disabilities and those who identify as women and/or LGBTQ2SIA+.
CCNM is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. Please advise the Human Resources department if you require accommodation at any stage of the recruitment process. This document can be made available in an alternate format upon request.
Submit your resume with a covering letter to:
Submit your application package including your portfolio to:
Email: BoucherHR@ccnm.edu
Website: ccnm.edu
On the covering letter, please indicate the title of the position that you are applying for. We thank all applicants in advance and advise that only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.