Medical Back Office Technician Instructor & Program Coordinator
Location and Schedule: This position is expected to work on an as needed basis totaling up to 29 hours per week. Work hours may be flexed to accommodate class training schedules and program demands. This is a part time position and is not eligible for benefits. The position will be located on the Floyd County Campus with travel to other assigned college locations and additional locations as needed. Job Summary: Georgia Northwestern Technical College is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Medical Back Office Technician Instructor & Program Coordinator. This position is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of procedural manuals and training programs, and other economic development programs as assigned. This position will specifically oversee the Medical Back Office Technician Program, and will maintain program requirements and attend/complete all professional development training. The position is responsible for completing all reports, records and invoices in a timely manner, while maintaining accurate inventory of all assigned properties. In addition, maintain qualifications for employment as described by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Policy Manual, Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) policies and procedures, and accreditation standards. Job Responsibilities: Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Implements a program of study that, as closely as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students; • Guides the learning process toward the curriculum goals and establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects, and communicates these objectives to all students; • Organizes daily classes such that demonstrations, instructions, laboratory activities and clean-up can be accomplished within the allotted time; • Employs a variety of instructional techniques and media consistent with the physical limitations of the location and the needs and capabilities of the students involved; • Meets and instructs assigned classes in the locations at the times designated; • Teaches occupational skills and knowledge to provide students with the competence to be an economic asset to an employer; • Instructs students in appropriate safety precautions and establishes standards of conduct to provide an orderly, safe, and productive environment in a laboratory situation with many potential hazards; • Evaluates each student’s performance, knowledge and skill in subject/course being taught on a regular basis; • Controls the storage, maintenance and use of materials and property to prevent loss and abuse; • Prepares progress reports regarding student’s skill and knowledge in each subject/course on a regular basis; • Maintains an auditable record of student attendance; • Maintains accurate records as required by administrative regulations; • Assists the administration in implementing all policies, which govern the institution, and; • Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by administration. Job Competencies: • Enhances the mission of the institution by demonstrating willingness to work as a team player; • Demonstrates professionalism in contacts with students, co-workers and the public; • Displays cooperative, supportive and professional behavior toward colleagues and the administration; • Recognizes role in organization and performs within the scope of the role; • Recognizes and respects the line between professionalism and personal relationships with students; • Understands and exhibits conduct, which builds team, unit, institutional spirit and creditability; • Exhibits conduct, which enhances the image of the institution; • Recognizes and actively promotes a positive image of the institution and its programs which contributes to the public information and public relations and marketing efforts of the institution; • Demonstrates willingness to be of service and exhibits pleasant and courteous behavior toward customers (students, parents, employers, media), organizational co-workers and other public contacts; • Demonstrates a sense of pride serves as a role model for behavior of students, and sets an example for others, and; • Demonstrates innovation, problem solving, and conflict resolution. Minimum Qualifications: Diploma in Medical Assisting. Preferred Qualifications: In addition to minimum qualifications, graduate of an Accredited Medical Assisting Program preferred. Hourly Rate: An hourly gross wage of $25 – 30 per hour based on experience. Part-time positions do not imply or suggest a continuance of employment, or a promise of future full-time employment. This is a part time position and is not eligible for benefits. Application Process: All application packets MUST be completed via the GNTC Online Job Center at www.gntc.edu/about/employment/prospective-employees/. We do not accept resumes, transcripts, etc. in any other format except through the Online Job Center. As a part of the application process, interested candidates will also be required to upload documents such as a resume, work reference contact information, and transcripts if applicable. Pursuant to college policy, a thorough background investigation, including a criminal history records check, shall be conducted on all candidates prior to being hired for any position with our college. No phone calls or emails please. A Unit of the Technical College System of Georgia Equal Opportunity Employer Georgia Northwestern Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). Any violation or questions should be directed to Peggy Cordell, Director of Human Resources, Office I101a, One Maurice Culberson Drive, Rome, GA 30161, at 706-295-6959; Sonya Briscoe, Special Populations Director and Title IV & Title IX Coordinator, Office A120a, One Maurice Culberson Drive, Rome, GA 30161 at 706-295-6932; Kevan Watkins, Director, Accessibility Services, Office B115, One Maurice Culberson Drive, Rome, GA 30161 at 706-295-6517. Telephone numbers are accessible to persons who are deaf or hard of hearing through the Georgia Relay by dialing 711 or 1-800-255-0056 from a TTY/TDD.