A medical assistant instructor trains and guides students in schools and colleges to prepare them for a career in medical assisting. As a medical assisting instructor, you'll likely teach subjects and courses related to medical care and health care. Your duties will include molding, building, and tutoring students on how to perform the various tasks that medical assistants are supposed to handle. It is also your job to supervise student activities to ensure they are doing well academically.
To become a medical assistant instructor, you need to have an associate's degree in medical assisting or nursing. Some colleges and high schools require a master's degree in medical, though. Whichever one you have, you must also have a license and years of experience. A medical assistant instructor earns $38,771 to $67,668 per year. However, the exact amount you earn as an assistant medical instructor depends on factors like years of experience, level of education, etc.