TONGUE POINT JOB CORPS CENTER
Make a Social Impact teaching!
Would you like a change from working in a clinic setting?
Would you love to teach what you know?
Posting Dates: July 10 – 16, 2018 Requisition: 22109 (JV)
Position Title: Medical Assisting Instructor Status: FT/Exempt
Salary Range: Starting Salary: $645 - $730/week DOE
Brief Job Description:
As an instructor in our Medical Assisting vocational program you will be providing young adults with instruction, direction, and the assistance needed to prepare them for careers working as a Certificated Medical Assistant.
· Maintain a training environment which is conducive to learning.
· Maintain documentation on student progress, and participate on evaluation panels.
· Assist in developing sites for work-based learning or job placement.
· Maintain an organized and clean environment conducive to learning.
· Provide excellent customer service, and consistently model employability skills and intervene when inappropriate behaviors are observed.@
Education & Experience Requirements:
Requires current Medical Assisting certification, and the ability and desire to teach, motivate, and inspire students. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, computer proficiency, and a valid driver’s license in the state of residence with an acceptable driving record. Teaching or training experience desirable.
To Apply: Go to www.mtc.jobs, enter Astoria under the Where tab, then select the position you are interested in. Once the position opens, select the Apply Now tab. Internal candidates need to log into Jobvite. Please remember to submit a signed Job Bid Form. Questions call 503-338-4961.
Benefits: MTC offers an excellent benefits package with both company paid and optional benefits. Eligible for fully vested 401(k) after one year. We offer 11 paid holidays, three weeks’ vacation, and two weeks sick time. Enjoy free use of our fitness facility, racquetball courts and low-cost meals in our dining hall.
Join a team of professionals at Tongue Point Job Corps Center, operated by MTC for the U.S. Department of Labor, making a social impact by providing young adults quality education and career training. We teach 473 students, ages 16-24, the academic, technical training, employability, and social skills needed to become successful. A Job Corps campus is like a mini-city. It has dormitories, classrooms, a dining hall, recreational and medical facilities. Training is open entry, open exit and can last up to two years.