Senior Manager, Committees & Task Forces (Program Manager/Meeting Planner)Posted on: December 2, 2013
Posted by: American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is a not-for-profit membership organization supporting over 57,000 members/physicians across the country. As the experts in women's health we provide a wide range of services for the nation's leading group of professionals. Located in S.W. Washington, DC, we provide a positive, supportive work environment, excellent benefits and so much more! To learn more about our organization, please visit our Website at www.acog.org!
We are looking for a Senior Manager, Committees & Task Forces (Program Manager/Meeting Planner) to serve as primary staff to committees, presidential task forces, work groups and initiatives that address gynecologic and well-woman topics.
- Support the Director on issues related to the College's gynecologic guidance and initiatives, including issues related to adolescent health.
- Guide documents through peer review and publication process as needed.
- Coordinate meetings including developing meeting agendas and compiling necessary materials.
- Carry out the work of assigned presidential task forces, work groups, and initiatives.
- Develop and coordinate relevant activities at the College's Annual Clinical Meeting.
- Develop grant proposals and manage grant-funded activities.
- Assist with evaluation of the medical literature and advise the president, task force, and work group chairs.
- Develop and maintain related websites and collaborate other departments to promote departmental projects and initiatives through venues such as social media, web posting, and e-mail blasts.
- Survey the field of gynecologic practice and advise the Director.
- Develop and maintain budget.
- Oversee the preparation of related correspondence and reports.
- Assist with special projects (eg, white papers, fact sheets, meeting presentations, smart phone apps, dissemination tools) as assigned.
- Provide content oversight for departmental assistants, including assigning and reviewing work, providing feedback and direction as necessary.
- Bachelor's or Master's Degree with a minimum of 5 years of experience in related work;
- Medical association experience preferred;
- Must be computer literate, including strong knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite;
- Grant writing skills and project management experience are preferred;
- The position requires superior communication and editing skills;
- Must be able to assimilate technical issues into accurate reports and responses;
- Must possess a proper balance of assertiveness, diplomacy and discretion;
- Ability to interact with a variety of people and institutions;
- Skills in managing a diverse and heavy work load; self-direction.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your cover letter and resume directly to our recruiter through the following site:
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