Phlebotomy Instructor, Part-Time

Department: Adult Workforce Program

Position Summary:

The Phlebotomy Instructor will teach a BPSS-approved phlebotomy curriculum as part of a 20-week (120 hour) course to young adults. Classes will be held at BCAT’s facility, online, or in a hybrid format. Class sessions are 3 hours each night, meeting two days a week. Instructors will be compensated for instructional hours and an agreed upon number of prep hours.

Job Responsibilities:

● Provide classroom instruction for those interested in employment in the Phlebotomy field
● Facilitate certification prep classes
● Monitor student course progress, grades and attendance
● Uphold the highest levels of professionalism and ethical conduct
● Assist with administrative duties as needed and related to the class

Job Requirements:

● National certification in field (CPT and CET) is required.
● Associate’s Degree preferred
● 1-3 years Phlebotomy in-field work experience
● Teaching experience in an adult education/training environment preferred
● Ability to form strong relationships with students and staff
● Excellent organizational and motivational skills
● Excellent verbal and written communications skills
● Must pass a background check

Shared Values and Expectations

● Serve as an ambassador of BCAT, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional
manner and acting as a role model for our students
● Show a strong commitment to building a community whose values are to “respect, listen, embrace, shape,
learn, influence.”
● Be committed to delivering high-quality, professional teaching and curriculum standards
● Demonstrate professionalism and accountability
● Take initiative to analyze and solve problems
● Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality

How to apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter and the names of three references to . Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

About Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology (BCAT) is a not-for-profit whose mission is to inspire, motivate and prepare youth and adults for educational and career advancement through year-round arts programming and job training. BCAT is based on Bill Strickland’s Manchester Bidwell Guild and is a results-driven organization focused on ensuring that high school students graduate from high school and adult students in the workforce development training programs secure careers with family sustaining wages. BCAT is located at 1221 Main Street in Buffalo NY.