Director and Lead Instructor- Medical Assistant Program
Briya Public Charter School
About the organization
Briya’s two-generation approach to education recognizes that parents are children’s first and most influential teachers. As parents’ literacy and educational levels increase, so does their children’s academic success. Briya is committed to strengthening families and communities through a learner-centered environment of trust, respect, and collaboration. Briya’s mission is to strengthen families through culturally responsive two-generation education.
Weekly work schedule:
Monday- Thursday 1pm-9pm
The MA Lead Instructor’s teaching schedule: 12:30-3:30 (Monday- Friday)
and two evenings from 6pm-9pm (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday).
Coordination Responsibilities (50%):
Collaborate with Early Childhood and Adult Education instructors at Briya to integrate two-generation programming into medical assistant (MA) coursework.
Identify and select key program instructors/guest speakers. Provide support and supervision to Medical Assistant Instructors and guest speakers.
Collaborate with Registration team to enroll students for the program.
Ensure student retention through academic counseling and collaboration with supportive resources as needed.
Ensure classroom materials and equipment are provided. Ensure safety and sanitation of all labs, equipment and supplies.
Organize master competency skills review sessions.
Collect student evaluation data.
Ensure curriculum follows AMT and CAAHEP guidelines and continue to enhance based on practice guidelines and needs, inclusive of feedback from Employer Advisory Board.
Develop module syllabi, daily lesson plans, Smartboard presentations, materials, and homework assignments for medical assistant modules.
Module topics include communications, community health, medical business practices, anatomy & physiology, health promotion & disease prevention, basic math, medications, lab medicine, and medical law and ethics.
Education and/or Experience:
Medical professional (examples: LPN, RN, NP, MD, or DO).
3-5 years of related practical work/clinical experience, preferably in a community health care center.
Demonstrated ability to teach in ways that are interactive, project-based, and promote self-discovery and critical thinking.
Contact email: [email protected]
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