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Medical Assistant Jobs

Medical Office Assistant

Beacon Health

$16 - $19 / Per Hour


4 days ago
Medical Screener

Pharma Medica Research Inc.


30+ days ago
Full-Time Medical Office Assistant

Think Research

Toronto, ON

30 days ago
Clinical Trials Assistant

LMC Diabetes & Endocrinology

Vaughan, ON

30+ days ago
Registered Practical Nurse - 14 East

Humber River Hospital

Greater Toronto Area, ON

13 days ago
Clinic Assistant

Pharma Medica Research Inc.


30+ days ago
Part-Time Medical Office Assistant

Think Research

Toronto, ON

30 days ago

Medical Assistant Jobs Overview

Medical assistants are the glue that hold a hospital floor or physician's office together. Medical assistants juggle their dual responsibilities of making patients feel comfortable and keeping doctors organized. You can start medical assistant jobs right out of high school and enjoy a rewarding career with education and advancement opportunities.

If you're highly organized and like working with people, you'll be the ideal candidate for medical assistant jobs. You'll be the first face a patient sees, checking them in, taking their blood pressure and other vitals, and making sure their medical history is complete before the physician comes in. Behind the scenes, you'll work with medical records, schedule appointments and procedures, and keep supplies stocked. And your skills will be in high demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects the medical assisting field will grow by 19% over the next 10 years.

If this kind of healthcare support job is appealing to you, you may also want to consider broadening your search to include these similar positions:

Medical Assistant Training and Skills

Before becoming a medical assistant, it's a good idea to hone your organizational and communication skills. You can complete a one-year certificate course or pursue an associate degree to expand your job opportunities. Continuing your education can lead to increased responsibility and higher pay as you take classes and become credentialed as an RMA (Registered Medical Assistant) or a CCMA (Certified Clinical Medical Assistant).

Get more insight into what it takes to become a medical assistant. Then, take a look at this Monster job description to see what employers are looking for in candidates.

Update Your Medical Assistant Resume

Highlighting your education, experience, and skills in an organized resume and cover letter will grab employers' attention. We've put together a sample medical assistant resume and cover letter to inspire you and give you simple writing instructions that will help you put your best foot forward.

Interviewing for a Medical Assistant Job

Wouldn't you love to know what potential employers will ask when they interview you? We've got some ideas. Check out this list of potential questions for a typical medical assistant job interview that include:

  • Tell me about your previous work experience as a medical assistant.
  • What steps did you take to protect patients' rights and confidentiality?
  • Tell me about a challenging situation with a patient and how you handled it.
  • What makes you a great fit for this position?

How Much Do Medical Assistant Jobs Pay?

Go into that interview with a good idea of what a medical assistant position pays. According to Monster, the median pay for a medical assistant is $15.63 per hour. Salaries may vary in different parts of the country. Find out what you can expect to earn in your area with our Monster Salary Tool. You'll also learn about potential next steps in your medical assisting career.

Ready to Find Your Medical Assistant Job? Monster Is Here to Help

Are you ready to start your search? Take a look at the medical assistant jobs on this page. And be sure to create a profile on Monster—you'll get custom job alerts, career advice sent right to your inbox, and much more.