Bay Area Medical Academy is a community based, woman-owned healthcare training school that is committed to assisting individuals with their career aspirations. We offer programs in Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, and Certified Nursing Assistant in addition to Continuing Education courses with Phlebotomy & EKG.
Dedicated to the career success of our graduates, our faculty and staff supports students first steps towards a healthcare path with unlimited opportunities.We want to empower our graduates to be prepared not only clinically as medical professionals but to continue challenging themselves in an evolving healthcare environment. Many of our graduates thrive as patient focused and committed individuals who collaborate with their community in culturally diverse healthcare settings. We welcome everyone to experience this journey!
The Medical Assistant Instructor will prepare students with the clinical knowledge, skills, and work ethic required for healthcare professions. This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity for an individual who has a desire to enrich the career goals of students from Bay Area Medical Academy.
-Provide clinical lab instruction in accordance with current curriculum
-Communicate effectively with students on expectations, evaluations, and activities
-Ensure that the quality and quantity of clinical instructions provided in the classroom is consistent with the stated objectives of the school and industry
-Plan clinical lab activities based on approved syllabus/course outline provided to ensure course content and learning objectives are met
-Assign, grade assignments, and provide helpful feedback to students for each module; coordinate laboratory sessions for students knowledge enhancement
-Maintain a daily record of student attendance and grades in accordance with school policy
-Provide quality career technical training that leads to students success in the medical field
-Ensure classroom is well organized and adequately stocked with supplies conducive to learning and retention of students
-Maintain appropriate personal attendance, accountability, and work productivity standards
-Identify problems and suggest appropriate solutions that will impact students' learning environment
-Utilize a variety of teaching techniques to accommodate the learning styles of a diverse student enrollment
-Minimum of five years experience as a Medical Assistant at a clinical setting
-Medical Assistant Certification required; teaching experience preferred.
-Expertise in the following areas: medical terminology, medical office procedures, examinations & treatments, EKG procedure, medical laboratory, CPR, phlebotomy (a plus), injections, urinalysis, anatomy & physiology
-Exceptional presentation skills and confidence to deliver material to students in a comprehensive manner
-Ability to help students succeed with their career goals and deliver Bay Area Medical Academy's mission
-Team oriented individual that collaborates well with students, staff, and visitors
-Excellent communication skills with strong customer service, organizational, and motivational skills
Please send your resume for consideration with 'Medical Assistant Instructor-SJ' on the subject line.
***Bay Area Medical Academy is an equal opportunity employer
***Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, we are unable to respond to you on the status of your candidacy
Bay Area Medical Academy Transforms Lives
Simonida Cvejic launched Bay Area Medical Academy (BAMA) in 2004 to both fill the need for the increasing demand for healthcare training, and also to run a business with principles that reflected her own work ethic and values. Simonida had experienced the challenges of working in the high-powered world of finance and could see that when businesses focused solely on the bottom line, people suffered. This cycle had to stop, so she created BAMA to give students a leg up in life, and everyone that works with her carries with them the mantra: How can I help?
Always persistent and and confident in her vision, Simonida incubated BAMA at the Renaissance Center, a local entrepreneurship center funded by the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development. Then, through a series of loans from Opportunity Fund, a microfinance organization, Simonida and her dedicated team were able to grow the school from a single, shared classroom space to two campuses with well-appointed classrooms and the latest medical equipment.