Instructor, Medical Office Administration
Pitt Community College - Greenville, NC

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An Opportunity that makes the grade.
Combining a broad array of academic and community programs, together with a lovely campus of abundant greenery and a city that is now the hub of Eastern North Carolina. Pitt Community College is a great choice for your career. Join us in Greenville, where the pleasures of small-town living are matched by the advantages of big city life. The following position is available:

Instructor, Medical Office Administration

(9 Months)

Instructor in Medical Office Administration curriculum to perform the following duties:

Teach various courses as required; to include day, evening, weekend, and Internet classes. Assisting with evaluation of medical office administration curriculum; preparing course syllabi, teaching plans, new courses, and course descriptions; visiting health-related businesses to establish resources for field-experience placements; to attend advisory committee meetings; to assist with program reviews and audits; to remain active in professional organizations and activities; and to keep abreast of the newest research and technological advances relative to teaching in the medical office administration curriculum by reading professional journals, attending seminars/workshops and professional meeting. Other duties as assigned by the Instructional Coordinator, Medical Office Administration.

BS degree in health information management or health service management or health related field; Master's degree preferred; RHIA credentials required; CPC or CCS-P preferred.

A minimum of two years' teaching experience at the community college level preferred; and/or work experience in a health-related environment with general knowledge of routine medical office management.

In-depth knowledge of medical terminology, medical law and ethics, medical insurance, ICD-9-CM coding, CPT coding (ICD-10 coding), medical procedures, medical transcription techniques; good working knowledge of microcomputers and other related technology; ability to work with diverse student populations (nontraditional, traditional and global community); ability to teach online courses; familiarity with the use of Moodle as a learning management system a plus. Ability to work as a team player.

Candidate must have clear understanding of the community college mission and philosophy; prior experience in working productively with people of diverse backgrounds; and participation in community activities and/or professional organizations.

Full-Time position available immediately *PCC application, resume, Copy of transcripts required
Salary commensurate with experience and education background within college's pay range
Open until filled.

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