Medical Assisting Instructor - Remote
American National University2.8
Job description

Medical Assisting Global Learn Videoconference Instructor – Remote - Adjunct

American National University is seeking instructors to teach various medical assisting courses via the University’s Global Learn Videoconference modality.

Qualifications and Requirements:

1. The successful candidate for this position must have a bachelor’s degree in a healthcare related field with CMA, RMA, NCMA, or CCMA certification with at least three years of field experience.

2. Bachelor’s degree with an associate’s degree in medical assisting with three years of field experience.

Instructors are required to hold a live, one-hour synchronous class session with his/her class each week for the duration of the 10 week term. Classes with lab components may require up to 2 hours of live lecture each week.

Canvas and Zoom experience preferred.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: Up to $1,000.00 per month


  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability


  • Bachelor's (Required)


  • Teaching: 1 year (Preferred)


  • CMA/RMA certification (Required)
  • CPR Certification (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • Fully Remote

Work Location: Remote

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201 to 500


$25M to $100M (USD)


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The fundamental purpose of American National University is to educate men and women for the duties and responsibilities of business life and to help place them in positions where there is opportunity for advancement.
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    3.3 / 5
  • Senior Management
    2.5 / 5
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Former EmployeeStudent Coordinator
Very high turnover student population and not enough time to get everything done. After 90 days and all the training you still feel like a lot duck with no help. If you miss work you better have an excused note or you will be getting fired. Reentry studenta should be worked by admissions not student services.

"Not a good place to work"
Former EmployeeLibrarian
The company does not pay well. It also preys on people that are not that smart and have no hope of getting employed in their field. They also lay people off at the drop of a hat and don’t care if it denies students the services they need. Students and employees beware.

"Great Leadership and Dedication to Students"
Current EmployeeAdmission Representative
ANU has tremendous leadership and is a University on the rise. The Tuition is very reasonable and it includes books. I can work remotely and still work with students to help them achieve their goals. Enjoyable atmosphere, full of learning and training. I've enjoyed everything about this position and really love my job!

"Another predatory school"
Former EmployeeManager
Admission Reps must meet enrollment goals or they are fired. Upper management only cares about the money. High turnover and tuition is very expensive.