Portland Community College’s Interpersonal Neurobiology Program provides students and working professionals with career training and professional development courses focused on health and well-being. We are currently seeking part-time faculty members who have current content knowledge, who can balance academics with practical application, and are committed to equitable student success.
To be considered for a part-time faculty position, your application must demonstrate the Instructor Qualifications outlined below.
Portland Community College’s non-credit Foundations of Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) Certificate Program provides students and working professionals career training and professional development courses in Interpersonal Neurobiology. This 7 month program is offered as a hybrid mix of online and remote instruction.
Minimum Instructor Qualifications for all IPNB Courses:
● 2 years experience or study in Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB)
● 2 years experience or application of IPNB concepts in the relevant course(s) for which you are applying
● Experience teaching or facilitating groups or adults.
Additional Qualifications for the Science of IPNB Course
● To teach the Science of IPNB course, applicants must have training and working knowledge of neuroscience, brain anatomy, polyvagal theory, relational neuroscience and related principles covered in the course.
● Ability to support learning for students with various educational backgrounds (some with little science knowledge to some who are trained therapists or medical doctors), thus able to address relevant high level questions, as well as help those with little science background to understand the science and integrate complex concepts.
For program or compensation questions, please contact the Coordinator:
Amy Evans - firstname.lastname@example.org