Medical Assistant Instructor
Institute for Business & Technology4.2
Santa Clara, CA
Job description

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Help Students Prepare for a Career in Healthcare!

Medical Assistant Instructor Duties:

Uses various instructional methodologies, media, and practical activities to facilitate student learning and assist students in development of vocational skills required within the area of training.

Provides customer friendly service to all students.

Other duties as assigned by the College Director and/or Director of Education.

Participates in professional development activities to enhance teaching abilities.

Participates in required faculty meetings and in service workshops.

Plans, prepares, and implements activities for delivery of instruction and appropriate sequences.

Promotes and enforces school policies.

Promotes development of written and verbal communication in appropriate areas of the curriculum.

Operates as a cooperative team member within and between school departments.

Promotes retention improvement, by contacting absentee students by telephone, mail and or e-mail and following up with the Adhere to company policies.

Maintains accurate student records.

Keeps the physical environment and classroom clean and neat

Establishes and maintains effective student/instructor relationships at a professional level.

Employs materials, methodology, media, and practical activities which meet needs of different learning styles.

Develops a method of evaluating student knowledge and performance of skills.

Promotes tolerance and sensitivity of cultural diversity within the student body, personnel, and community.

Counsels and advises students with coursework performance problems or behavioral problems.

Continuously improves and enhances curriculum and delivery of instruction.

Monitors student progress.

Education: Degrees, certificates, and endorsements and coursework specific to the program or instructional content.

Experience: Minimum of three years of job-related experience. Five years of job-related experience is preferred.

Skills: Technical knowledge and expertise in the area of instruction. Ability to accurately communicate technical information in a structured manner.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $24.00 - $30.00 per hour

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Santa Clara, CA 95051 (Preferred)

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Experience:

  • Field: 3 years (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • One location

This Job Is:

  • A good fit for applicants with gaps in their resume, or who have been out of the workforce for the past 6 months or more
  • Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma

Company's website:

  • IBT.edu

Work Remotely:

  • Yes

Work Location: One location

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Company details

Headquarters

2400 Walsh Ave Santa Clara, CA 95051

Employee

51 to 200

Industry

Education and Schools

Company Description
In 1965, the California Academy of Drafting opened to provide vocational training in drafting and design technology. Today, with a new name denoting our commitment to high-tech training, the Institute for Business & Technology is also recognized as a local leader in vocational training. The Institute for Business &Technology also contracts with various local, county, state and federal agencies to train their personnel. In 1981, the Institute for Business &Technology (sometimes referred to as “IBT” or “Institute” or “School”) expanded its training program to include computer programming. State-of-the-industry equipment was purchased to introduce students to the most modern equipment available. In1982, the first Secretarial Science program was added emphasizing the "Office-of- the-Future." In 1988, IBT expanded further by adding new programs, which included Travel & Airlines, Optical Technician and Commercial Refrigeration, Heating, and Air Conditioning. Included in the new programs was state-of- the-industry equipment in each of these areas to give the students the best possible introduction to these fields. In1989 IBT moved to a new, larger location in Santa Clara, at 2550 Scott Blvd. New programs were introduced to include Electronics Technology. National Career Education opened as an affiliated campus of IBT in1989 located in Citrus Heights, California. In1989 and a few years thereafter, National Career Education identified the need for quality education in the medical field by adding programs in healthcare at its campus in Citrus Heights as well as at the main campus in Santa Clara. In the years that followed, IBT continued to offer quality education in the medical and technical fields. In February 2004 IBT moved to a new, larger location in Santa Clara located at 2400 Walsh Avenue. Also in 2007 another affiliated campus, Lamson Institute, was opened in San Antonio, Texas and began its first classes in August 2007.
Company ratings
  • Overall
    4.2
  • Company & Benefits
    3.5 / 5
  • Culture & Values
    3.3 / 5
  • Career Opportunities
    3.6 / 5
  • Work/Life Balance
    4.1 / 5
  • Senior Management
    3.7 / 5
Company reviews
"Great place to work"
Former EmployeeInstructor
Great people friendly staff and a team of people dedicated to spreading knowledge and improving the lives of the students and staff. The environment is relaxed and as an instructor I was responsible for building the syllabus for my class. Truly a rewarding experience

"I was outraged manager for a crew of six training them to properly qualify potential candidates for the trade school ."
Former EmployeeOutreach Manager
Our day begins by setting up in front of the Department of Health and Human Services in the morning we'd qualified individuals by asking them what is their goals Etc taking their information inviting them to come to and take a tour of our School an take an evaluation to see if they qualify for our trade school.

"No raise and no reviews"
Former EmployeeHVAC Technician
(about 4 years ago) The management is very nice and are great people especial the owner, but they have no idea how to run that school, No reviews and no raise for 2 years and unappreciative, I was underplayed for my position, that's why I quit, They obviously don't know how to run a business if you don't give raises and underpay employees, I was a teacher for a while and some office workers thought i was a student, unorganized school.

"Great company to work for!"
Current EmployeeCampus Director
If you get joy from changing the lives of young adults, this is the place to be at! HVAC, Electrician, Allied health programs, massage therapy.... we train students for rewarding careers.
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