Medical Assisting - Adjunct Faculty

Bryant & Stratton College
Elsmere, NY
Closing date
Jun 30, 2022

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Bryant & Stratton College faculty support the college mission by facilitating a Blended Learning Model through engaging classroom activities supplemented by comprehensive course content that are consistent with the Community of Inquiry framework, Seven Principles of Good Practice and Bloom's Taxonomy while adhering to the college's Rigor Standards Framework. Faculty are subject matter experts in their respective fields grounded in a high level of skill and ability which are the catalyst to managing their classroom responsibilities. Faculty are offered extensive training and development in teaching strategies and are expected to participate in departmental and campus wide activities to support the needs of the students in meeting their learning outcomes.

Adjunct Medical Assistant Faculty


Degree Requirements: Master's degree in an allied health field and a current nationally recognized certification or valid license. Example fields: OT, PT, Medical lab technologists, Clinical Lab tech, medical records, respiratory therapists, and speech language pathologists, licensed M.D., nursing and a license and heath care administration with a clinical background and a current nationally recognized certification or valid license.

  • Healthcare Reimbursement/Billing Emphasis: Faculty must possess a billing or coding certification to teach this course. Faculty possessing a CMRS, CCS, CCS-P, CPC, or CPC-H, RHIT, or RHIA certification may teach this course

Work Experience Requirements: Experience working in Medical Assistant or allied health field required.


  • Provide instruction with the focus on teaching and learning to help assure students I each class successfully meet all course outcomes and classroom objectives.

Participate in professional development activities that develop and enhance teaching and facilitation skills.
Participate in campus wide initiatives in support of recruitment, retention and graduation goal attainment including but not limited to, monitoring, adjusting (when needed), and assessing classroom program retention/graduation and meeting with program advisors on a regular basis to discuss student performance and academic concerns.
Fulfill all administrative duties related to instructional responsibilities

Interested in teaching but are not sure it's for you? Observe a class and meet one-on-one with a faculty member to learn more about this amazing, life-changing opportunity. Apply today!

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