Sterile Processing Instructor

Virtual Req #153
Monday, March 25, 2024

Position Summary:

The Sterile Processing Instructor is responsible for providing instructional support to ensure students meet the established learning objectives and supporting the growth and development of the courses to comply with industry standards.  Assessment and grading of graded assignments will be performed.  Answer emails and contact students to offer support via phone and scheduled appointments.  This is a remote position.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Objectively and accurately evaluate subjective exams against established grading keys and rubrics
  • Provide clear and effective feedback to students
  • Meet with students through appointments, chat, phone as well as assist students using email
  • Complete the necessary steps to ensure that grades are properly recorded with the school
  • Correspond with students as may be required by the exam evaluation
  • Graders may provide input to instructional staff regarding areas of student difficulty
  • Graders may be asked to develop grading rubrics as directed by the instructional staff
  • Participate in special grading projects which may be required by the instructional staff

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

At least five years’ experience working as a sterile processor.  Current certification.  Prior online teaching experience is preferred.

 

Other Requirements:

Must have excellent computer skills and must have reliable internet (no hot spots).  Ability to work independently, think critically, communicate effectively and efficiently, multitask, and enjoy being part of a team.

About Us: At Penn Foster Group, we are transforming online learning to help learners by bringing together Penn Foster, CareerStep, Ashworth College, James Madison High School, the New York Institute of Photography, the New York Institute of Art and Design, and other education platforms. Together, we create an accelerated path to greater economic mobility through real-world skills and knowledge that enable learners to achieve long-term success in the workplaces of the future.  Our history dates back to 1890 when our founder, Thomas Foster, pioneered distance education by offering training by mail for coal miners to get the necessary skills for safer jobs. Today, with the partners who use our education and training programs, we continue that mission of providing accessible training and education for in-demand skills and are building a workforce that’s prepared for the future job market.

Equal Employment Opportunity: We strive toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Penn Foster Group by intentionally building teams that are diverse – in identities, lived experiences, and ideas to create a culture where people feel connected to each other and have a sense of belonging. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion because it is the foundation that enables us to achieve what we set out to do as an organization – from maximizing the number of learners who can reach their goals while giving them the kinds of experiences we want them to have, to becoming the type of company we want to work in.  

What We Offer: We offer a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, generous paid time off, sponsored volunteer opportunities, a 401K with a company match, plus free access to all of our online programs.

Other details

  • Pay Type Hourly