Equal Employment Opportunities
The National College of Midwifery recruits, hires, admits, appoints and promotes without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ability, religion, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, economic status, formal education, language, citizenship status, veteran status, genetic and/or ancestry information, political affiliation or other identities, including those characteristics protected under applicable federal or state law. NCM prohibits any such discrimination or harassment.
The National College of Midwifery is a non-profit “college without walls” that provides accessible and equitable midwifery education to aspiring midwives all over the country and abroad. By preparing students to work as direct-entry midwives and offer culturally attuned care in their own communities, NCM strives to bridge health disparities and reduce maternal and infant risk.
Chief Financial Officer
20 hours/week, Salary commensurate with experience
NCM is looking for a CFO to join our team and manage all financial aspects of our nonprofit organization, including the financial management of a midwifery practice/ clinical site. Ultimately, the CFO will ensure that NCM manages its resources in the most beneficial way and maximizes funding. The CFO will work closely with NCM’s Chief Operations Officer, who will help carry out many of the responsibilities listed below.
Professors for Online Resource Development
Our hiring process for these professor positions is temporarily on hold. You are welcome to submit your application now for future consideration and we will contact you once we resume our process. Thank you!
NCM is hiring professors to help develop this online resource on a contract basis. Professors will be responsible for updating basic course framework, adding knowledge and technology updates, developing enrichment activities, creating discussions, updating credit evaluation worksheets, updating learning objectives to ensure inclusive language, reviewing resources, and creating NARM-like exam questions within the online platform.
Professors may work from anywhere in the world where they have internet access.
We especially encourage you to apply for this contracted position if you have interest in eventually applying to proctor courses as an employee of NCM, as professors who are selected to create these resources will be given preference when applying to proctor the courses once the online program is ready to be launched.
For qualifications and a job description, see the two PDFs below. To apply for the position, send a cover letter, your resume and contact information for three references to email@example.com.
Professor Job Description
La Plaza Program Developer
NCM is seeking to contract a Program Developer for La Plaza Online Learning Hub. This is a new program of NCM's, designed to bring together instructors in various fields of study that directly or indirectly relate to midwifery education. The courses will not be a required part of the curriculum but rather will be available to the public for continuing education credits. This will be a never-ending, community led, online conference, with all proceeds of the program directly benefiting NCM's scholarship program which will then be matched dollar for dollar by an anonymous donor!
Responsibilities of the La Plaza Program Developer will include:
seeking instructors with expertise in midwifery related topics
marketing the program to potential students
providing guidance and support in CEU applications and course setup. (As the program develops, this may involve oversight of student volunteer course developers who will work in exchange to access to the courses)
invoicing instructors for instructor and student access to the online platform
In exchange for services, La Plaza Program Developer will receive:
Stipend of 10% of NCM's total income for each course offered
free access to all courses as an observer (value depends on cost of each course which is set by the instructor)
the satisfaction of knowing they are helping NCM to develop its scholarship fund, increase access to midwifery education and create income streams for instructors
The ideal candidate has skills in program development and marketing (including through social media), has experience with online education, and is committed to increasing access to midwifery education. This position is ideal for someone who has a flexible schedule, has many connections within the midwifery community, and is looking to broaden their knowledge of midwifery related topics through free access to the learning hub. To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.