Hamilton Technical College has an exciting new opportunity for a Medical Billing and Coding Instructor.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Teaches college-level courses.
- Prepares standardized course syllabus, outline and daily lesson plans
- Ensures consistency between the course objectives and the daily lesson plans. Provides and discusses syllabus modifications with students throughout the term.
- Maintains accurate records of attendance, grades, and progress of students,
- Prepares and administers examinations, student projects, and other teaching aids needed to fulfill objectives of program.
- Sets up classroom, lab equipment, projects, assignments, etc in preparation for each new phase or class start.
- Ensures classroom management and enforcement of school regulations according to the Academic Catalog
- Participates in graduation ceremonies and other school events as required.
- Completes administrative duties and other projects as assigned.
- Consents to faculty classroom observations to be conducted by the Director of Education
This position requires
- A minimum Diploma in Medical/Insurance Coding or related program.
- Three or more years of Medical Billing and Coding experience.
- Personal computer skills (Microsoft Office, inclusive of Word, Excel, and Outlook).
- Excellent spelling and grammar skills with the ability to communicate in a courteous, professional, tactful and concise manner, is essential.
Job Type: Part-time
- 3 years related work experience
Required license or certification:
- CPC desired but not required at hire.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Brian Beert at email@example.com
ADJUNCT ELECTRONICS FACULTY
Hamilton Technical College in Davenport, Iowa, has openings for adjunct faculty in our Basic and Advanced Electronics Engineering Technology degree program. Basic Electronics semesters include basic electricity, semiconductors, circuits, soldering, digital and analog millimeters & components, basic integrated circuits, analog and digital circuitry, AM/FM radio receivers and transmitters, oscilloscopes and signal generators. Advanced Electronics semesters include: digital devices, breadboarding and testing of digital circuits, interfacing input/output devices to the microprocessor and microcontrollers as well as trouble shooting procedures. Advanced classes also include: process control systems, industrial robots, AC/DC motors, industrial control system integration, advanced PLC programming, graphics and robotic programming.
For additional information please call Brian Beert at 563-386-3570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org