DENTAL ASSISTANT - INSTRUCTOR - UP TO 32 HOURS A WEEK
Dental Assistant Instructors use their training and practical experience in 4-handed dentistry to teach Ross Dental Assistant students what they need to succeed.
What are the main activities of this job?
Primary Instructors teach in the Dental Assisting classroom with 10-20 students, covering clinical and administrative skills. This is considered a Full-Time academic position, up to 32 hours per week as follows:
Class sessions are 4.5 hours. You will teach 4 days per week (9am to 1:30 pm) and 2 evenings per week (5:30 pm 10:00 pm), with up to 5 additional lead faculty hours per week. The pay for this position is up to $20/hour.
You learn the material and deliver lectures and demonstrations, working from the Ross lesson plans and curriculum.
As a full-time academic employee with Ross Education, you will be part of an established and growing educational organization with a supportive family atmosphere and a dedication to providing our students with the best career training available. Your experience is a vital part of our success, and we will provide you with the training and resources you need. You may also qualify for advancement to other positions depending on your credentials. Your hard work and professional dedication will be rewarded with competitive compensation, including benefits:
Accrued time off
Verizon Wireless Discount
Dell Employee Purchase Program
Employee Referral Bonus Program
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Classroom Instruction, Outside of Class Preparation, Meetings and Continuing Education
Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Dentist, 4-Handed Dentistry, Chairside, Radiography, CDA, RDA, Registered Dental Assistant, Certified Dental Assistant, dental office
We offer clean, bright classrooms with desks and clinical areas, including dental chair and Radiography. Interact with other instructors and campus staff to assist students.
Why is Dental Assistant Instructor a good job?
Most teachers like the feeling of helping others to a Dental Assisting career, and working with the students and campus staff.
3+ years of experience in the field and a national certification as a Registered Dental Assistant (RDA from AMT) or Certified Dental Assistant (CDA from DANB) and formal training in a dental assisting program like Ross. If you do not have the formal education, you can also qualify with 5+ years of experience in the field and a national certification. additional requirements or exceptions may be applicable based on the state, program, and accreditation requirements.
Knowledge of materials (subjects) that will be taught to students and ability to use and communicate Ross curriculum
Interest in teaching or prior experience
Full job description provided at the interview
Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Type: Part-time