Medical Coding Instructor

The Medical Coding Instructor provides career training for students in the Adult Career Training Program studying medical coding and medical administration through academic instruction, exam preparation, experiential learning, and externship experience coordination. An integral member of the Workforce Development team, the instructor curates a culture of trust and encouragement in the classroom and is part of the students’ team of support.

The ideal candidate is committed to providing quality, student-centered experiences; is able to work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders both internally and externally, building positive relationships with staff, students, and partners; and is energized by leveraging career training to build income security with students.

Reports To
Director of Workforce Development

Salary, Part-Time (See schedule below*)

Hiring Range
$30,000 – $32,000 (Based on an average of 24 hours/week annually; see schedule below*)

Position will remain open until filled.

*Classes in the Health Information pathway of the Adult Career Training Program run from September through June each year. Administrative duties and alumni support are expected throughout the whole year. The Medical Coding Instructor schedule and compensation are based upon the following approximate annual schedule:

August – January: 23 weeks at 28 hours/week (Health Information instruction)
February – May: 15 weeks at 32 hours/week (medical coding instruction)
May – June: 4 weeks at 8 hours/week (externship + employment support)
June – August: 10 weeks at 2 hours/week (admin + student follow-up)

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