INSTRUCTOR - MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME)
Medical Insurance, Billing and Office Administration (MIBOA) Instructors use their training and practical experience in administrative, billing and coding and basic clinical duties to teach Ross Medical Billing and Coding students what they need to succeed in the medical field. If you are are interested in passing your expertise to the next generation, join the Ross Education team!
Primary Instructors teach in the Medical Billing and Coding classroom a maximum of 20 students, covering either anatomy/physiology/medical terminology and/or administrative skills. Class sessions are 4 or 6 hours, week days only. Training and support provided in delivering standardized curriculum.
This is a part-time position, typically 8-24 hours per week, day and evening schedules may be available and you don't need to have teaching experience in order to qualify - only your experience as a Medical Billing and Coding professional! We will provide you with complete training in our curriculum and standards to ensure that you will be fully prepared for your new teaching role.
We may also have Teaching Assistant and Substitute Secondary Instructor positions for those who don't want to commit to a regular schedule.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Classroom Instruction, Outside of Class Preparation, Meetings and Continuing Education
Transferable skills: Medical Coding, Medical Billing, Medical Records - Coding, Insurance Billing, Medical Accounts, CPC, CBCS, AAPC, Certified Biller/Coder, Certified Professional Coder, Medical Assistant or Nurse.
Work Environment: Clean and bright classrooms with computer/desk and clinical areas, including "doctor's office". Interact with other instructors and campus staff to assist students.
Why is Medical Billing and Coding Instructor a good job? Most teachers like the feeling of helping others to a Medical Insurance, Billing and Office Administration career, and working with the students and campus staff. Also, you can make some extra, part-time income and gain additional training for yourself.
3+ years' experience in the medical field and formal training from an accredited institution. Must be able to obtain a national certification as medical assistant. Individuals without a formal education, must have with a minimum of 5+ years experience working in the medical field and a national certification. Additional requirements or exceptions may be applicable based on the state, program, and accreditation requirements. No prior teaching experience required.
As an Instructor with Ross Education, you will be part of an established and growing educational organization with a supportive family atmosphere and a dedication to providing our students with the best career training available. Your experience is a vital part of our success. We will also help you to get certified and will also provide you with plenty of opportunities to get your required annual Continued Education Units.
Your benefits as an Instructor will include:
Limited Medical Insurance package, dental and vision discount may be offered (requires minimum 8 scheduled hours per week)
Tuition reimbursement (requires minimum 8 scheduled hours per week)
Accrued time off (requires minimum 8 scheduled hours per week)
Training completion bonus for learning and teaching the curriculum for all sections
Verizon Wireless Discount
Dell Employee Purchase Program
Employee Referral Bonus Program
Monthly pay and direct deposit
Performs related work as required
Click here for all of our job openings.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Ross Education, LLC