We are looking for teachers who have real-life knowledge from doctor's and dentist's offices that they would like to share with the next generation of Allied Health Professionals. Teaching schedules can be day or evening, are part-time, and can fit with your "regular" job.
1.) Have an open "can do" spirit. Use your energy to embrace taking on the job or your life.
2.) Be prepared when the phone rings. Whether a phone or in-person interview, make sure you take a moment before to clear your head, minimalize interruptions and zone in on the interview at hand.
3.) Have a few questions ready that you'd like to ask. "What makes a person in this role successful?" "Why do you like working at Ross?" The answers may surprise you.
At Ross Education, we provide high quality allied healthcare training programs that allow graduates to begin rewarding careers in the healthcare industry.
From our beginning in 1969, through our transformation in the mid-1970s into vocational and career training centers, to where we are today as a leader in allied health education programs, one thing has permeated everything we do—quality.
Ross Medical Education Center is named for our founder, J.M. Ross, who evolved the school from its initial location in Flint, Michigan, to include six other campuses throughout the state. In 1973, Ross ushered in a new leader, Howard J. Hulsman, who expanded the institution even further and clarified its focus on career training centers. In 2004, Mr. Hulsman handed the leadership of Ross off to a new team—Christine Ossenmacher and Richard Lockman—who grew Ross to additional locations in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.
Today, Ross is an established leader in the delivery of allied health certificate programs, with 33+ locations in communities throughout Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia. Each of our campuses operates independently, and is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools. – less