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  • 14 Sep 2021 1:00 PM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    General Description/Blurb

    The person in this position takes a strategic role in identifying, developing, managing, and submitting grant funding proposals, with input from faculty, staff, and medical writers, which align with potential funding from pharmaceutical companies and BUSM's CME/CNE educational focus/strategy. With the overall goal of maximizing the BUSM CME potential for grant awards, the person in this position will identify funding opportunities by scanning pharmaceutical CME/CNE grant portals and other websites with grant opportunities and speaking with faculty and CME/CNE staff. The Senior Program Manager will develop proposals through the management of resources including faculty advisors, medical writers, CME staff input into educational design and budgets, and staff assistance with submission and tracking. The Senior Program Manager will remain abreast of accreditation trends and industry regulations. The person in this role will coordinate transition of funded projects to program managers, in support of compliant, on-budget, and high quality execution of the projects. The Senior Program Manager will also work with faculty and BUSM grant offices to explore federal and foundation grant opportunities.

    50% Source, manage, and schedule resources as needed to meet proposal funding deadlines - resources to include medical writers, faculty advisors, target audience representatives, distribution partners, potential educational partners, and CME staff to assist with educational design, budgeting, and proposal submission. Submit multiple grants (ideally 4 – 5 separate initiatives) per month depending upon funding opportunities. Respond to requests for additional information from pharmaceutical companies during grant review and execution process.

    30% Write components of the proposals to include executive summary, educational objectives, target audience, educational design, distribution plan, BUSM experience - ie. the CME/CNE framework. Research and build budget.

    10% Identify pharmaceutical grants, federal grants, foundation interests, or state grant opportunities that match BUSM core competencies and strategic goals through environmental scanning, discussion with faculty and CME/CNE Office team, and networking with educational partners and potential collaborators.

    10% Coordinate transition of funded projects to program managers as mutually determined with the CME Director, in support of compliant, on-budget, on-time, and high quality program execution. Transition activities conducted in partnership with program managers include faculty recruitment; vendor contracting; establishing budgets, timelines, and outcomes processes and reporting schedules.

    Experience – The successful candidate will have three to five years successful grant development experience within the continuing medical education or related field. This position requires the ability to identify, facilitate, and guide the development and strategy of large interdisciplinary funding proposals.

    The Grant Funding Manager must have excellent oral and written communication skills, project management expertise, and thorough understanding of adult education and educational design principles. Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred.

    Applicants should email Julie White at

  • 13 Sep 2021 8:48 AM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)
    Position Vice President, Continuing Professional Education
    Company American Academy of Dermatology
    Location Rosemont, IL

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  • 10 Sep 2021 12:29 PM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    Director, Medical Education (CME Sales)

    Location: Field USA

    Medscape, a division of WebMD, develops and hosts physician portals and related mobile applications that make it easier for physicians and healthcare professionals to access clinical reference sources, stay abreast of the latest clinical information, learn about new treatment options, earn continuing medical education credits and communicate with peers.

    WebMD is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, medical condition, disability, veterans status, or any other basis protected by law.


    ·         Develops and grows business relationships with current and prospective pharmaceutical and medical device clients (supporters) in the assigned territory in order to generate new medical education funding opportunities for the organization.

    ·         Conducts ongoing outreach including conference calls and in-person presentations to existing and prospective supporters.

    ·         Continually assesses revenue potential of territory through analysis of the overall market, supporters’ corporate goals, pipeline outlook and general industry intelligence in order to provide accurate sales forecast.

    ·         Collaborates with internal stakeholders to develop effective medical educational grant proposals for current and prospective supporters.

    ·         Provides management with regular updates on sales-focused activities including lead generation, competitive intelligence, forecast adjustments, challenges and needs.

    ·         Keeps abreast of supporter news, market conditions, competitive activities, educational and technological trends through ongoing research and engagement at industry and medical conferences, literature reviews and other sources.


    ·         Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent directly relevant experience required.

    ·         Minimum 6 years overall experience with at least 3 years sales experience selling medical education solutions (preferably CME certified activities) to pharmaceutical and medical device companies with an established track record of securing significant industry funding from medical education teams at pharmaceutical/med device companies.

    ·         Demonstrated ability to grow existing accounts, as well as identify and build new accounts

    ·         Knowledge of web-based CME programming and ACCME guidelines is preferred.

    ·         Previous experience in CME focus areas, including Oncology, Hematology, Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Respiratory, Infectious Disease, Immunology and/or Diabetes is a plus.

    ·         Strong project management and organizational skills a must. Excellent oral communication skills required, including ability to work well in a team environment.

    ·         Candidate must be self-starter with the ability to create daily routine, stay organized and travel to supporters when necessary.

    ·         Additional capabilities include demonstrated experience in:customer service, sales goal attainment, closing skills, territory management, prospecting skills, negotiation, presentation skills, and building client relationships


  • 10 Sep 2021 12:28 PM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    Medical Writer - CME Grants

    Location: Field USA

    Medscape, a division of WebMD, develops and hosts physician portals and related mobile applications that make it easier for physicians and healthcare professionals to access clinical reference sources, stay abreast of the latest clinical information, learn about new treatment options, earn continuing medical education credits and communicate with peers.

    WebMD is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, medical condition, disability, veterans status, or any other basis protected by law.

    Medscape Education is seeking an experienced grant writer to play a primary role in the development of proposals seeking funds to develop continuing medical education (CME) programs, which are published on the leading healthcare professional education site, This is a field-based position (i.e., work from home).


    Working within the cardiovascular and metabolic therapeutic areas (CV-Mets vertical), the writer is responsible for all steps and interactions required to write and prepare proposals for submission within agreed focus, budget and time scale to the highest quality and with minimal supervision. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to:

    ·         Ensure proposals are clinically appropriate and instructionally sound and adhere to ACCME standards

    ·         Lead proposal initiation calls with internal stakeholders to obtain details and direction for proposal development, confirming timelines, clinical focus, and educational tactics, and outcomes assessment plans

    ·         Write clear and succinct needs assessments that provide evidence for identified clinical practice gaps, that follow recognized standards, and are supported by internal and external data

    ·         Use internal templates and tools to write proposals that tell a compelling story on the rationale, instructional intent, and value of the proposed educational solution

    ·         Incorporate revisions based on input from cross-functional internal and external proposal reviewers, including account managers, clinical strategists, medical education directors, and copyeditors, to ensure high-quality grant submissions and improve likelihood of external grant awards


    ·         Bachelor's degree in life sciences, public health, clinical sciences, journalism, technical writing, or English may also be considered or equivalent years of experience; advanced degree in a medical or science-related specialty is a differentiator

    ·         2 years’ experience in writing and editing within the medical education field, including work at a medical education/communications company, professional medical publisher, academic institution/hospital/university center, or medical society; previous grant writing for a medical education or scientific organization is a differentiator.

    ·         Background in the fields of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity, and other metabolic disorders a differentiator

    ·         Excellent editorial (editing and writing) skills, preferably in the area of grant/proposal and needs assessment development

    ·         A flexible mindset and excellent time management and organizational skills to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously in a highly deadline-driven environment, while taking into consideration stakeholders based across multiple time zones

    ·         Ability to deliver results with minimum supervision by suggesting plausible solutions and creatively using existing resources in a productive and/or innovative way to quickly deal with unforeseen issues and to ensure that timelines are consistently met

    ·         Superior communication and interpersonal skills (encompasses verbal, written, listening)

    ·         Excellent computer skills, which include working remotely on shared networks and cloud-based systems

    ·         Attention to detail with high level of accuracy

    ·         Positive attitude, very high energy, and willingness to accept varied assignments

    ·         Availability for a limited amount of travel (~10%)

    ·         Ability to maintain friendly and productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders through clear articulation and an effective communication style

    ·         Process oriented, able to find new ways to improve existing processes and to learn and adapt to evolving processes

    Preferred Skills:

    ·         At least 2 years’ experience working with cross-functional teams and external partners toward common objectives

    ·         Superior ability to describe medical/public health issues, clinical scenarios, and complex scientific data to a non-technical audience

    ·         Superior ability to incorporate data, visuals, and narrative into a compelling written story

    ·         High degree of proficiency using Microsoft Word; at least basic skill level in Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat

    ·         Experience using Salesforce, SharePoint Online, Workfront, and Tableau


  • 09 Sep 2021 11:18 AM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    RMEI Medical Education, LLC is a dynamic, independently-owned, accredited provider of CME/CE and is seeking a full-time Director of Educational Strategy who will manage key stakeholder relationships and grow company revenue from IME grant funding. This individual should be adept at basic research methods, designing unique educational initiatives, and communicating effectively with biopharma grantors as well as foundations and patient advocacy groups. The position requires collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of creative, medical, and operations experts to produce groundbreaking education that ultimately impacts patient care delivery.

    RMEI’s corporate office is located in Voorhees, NJ (outside of Philadelphia), and this role is Remote/Work from Home.


    • Design compelling CME/CE initiatives aligned with RMEI’s core therapeutic areas and leverage your business insights and relationships to secure independent educational grant funding to bring those initiatives to fruition.
    • Collaborate with the VP of Educational Strategy to assess and develop relationships with biopharma companies, medical associations/societies, health technology companies, institutions/health systems and other partners who are aligned with RMEI’s mission.
    • Provide strategic insight regarding potential changes in biopharma funding support (ie mergers or acquisitions, data readouts/pipeline developments, FDA decisions, key personnel moves).
    • Collaborate with the Director of Outcomes/Analytics on developing educational outcomes impact reports for funded grants, as well as scientific poster development relative to funded grants.
    • Maintain active communication with grantors on submitted and funded requests, providing status updates and reports in collaboration with the program management department, and overseeing all communications with assigned grantors to ensure consistency.
    • Collaborate with the VP of Educational Strategy, CEO, and other internal stakeholders to develop and execute annual and quarterly strategic development plans to increase revenue related to grant funding. Diversify and expand RMEI’s grantor relationships.
    • Guide the grants administration and accounting teams on grant proposal development; includes review and preparation of grant proposals, as well as budgets.
    • Provide continuous market analysis on all key competitors: their services; acquisitions, and pricing.
    • Review RMEI’s funded activities/curricula prior to launch, to ensure promised deliverables are met and on budget.
    • Understand relevant industry regulations (ACCME, OIG, etc) and compliance requirements affecting RMEI’s business activities.


    • Five (5+) or more years of experience in strategic development role for Continuing Medical Education provider or other relevant healthcare media organization.
    • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in a Science or Business/Marketing field is preferred. An advanced degree is a strong plus.
    • Existing relationships with educational grants decision-makers that directly impact new business opportunities is desired and beneficial.
    • Knowledge of rules, regulations and professional norms pertaining to the continuing education of healthcare professionals and industry-supported grants.
    • High degree of comfort with initiating new relationships, and expertise at relationship management strategies and tactics.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication and relationship building skills
    • Exceptional research, organizational and planning skills.
    • Knowledge, understanding and creativity to develop, discuss and explain strategic marketing and educational programs.
    • Microsoft Office product proficiency.

    We offer our employees the following benefits:

    • Medical & Dental Insurance- 100% paid in full for full-time employees
    • Life & AD&D insurance- 100% paid in full for full-time employees
    • Short and Long-term Disability Insurance- 100% paid in full for full-time employees
    • Voluntary insurance plans
    • 401(k) retirement plan
    • Cash Balance plan
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Reduced summer hours; Memorial Day to Labor Day
    • Paid time off and paid holidays
    • Company provided coffee and fresh fruit
    • Open communication encouraged
    • Professional work environment encouraging personal development & team growth
    • Discounted ticket service (shows, sporting events, movies, etc.)

    Apply Now

    RMEI Medical Education, LLC, is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

  • 09 Sep 2021 11:16 AM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    RMEI Medical Education, LLC is seeking a full-time Medical/Scientific Director who is excited by outcomes-based innovative educational design and delivery and wants to make a difference. We are a growing, independently owned continuing medical education (CME) provider.

    The corporate office is located in Voorhees, New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia. Due to COVID-19, the company is currently working in a remote environment. This role can be 100% remote.


    • Design, implement, direct, and manage scientific/medical content in a variety of formats including needs assessments, proposals, and medical education programs/curricula in association with the medical education team and freelance/contract writers 

    • Develop and supervise content for medical/scientific accuracy, and compliance 

    • Provide mentoring, training, direction, and peer review for internal and external medical writers 

    • Accurately interpret and apply data including medical and scientific data and educational outcomes data  

    • Provide insight regarding evidence-based medical information, emerging therapies, practice-related issues, and medical education and pharmaceutical industry trends for strategic business planning

    • Establish clear communication and effective relationships with supporters, contributing faculty, and educational partners 

    • Develop successful working interactions with editorial, graphics, business development services, and project management teams 

    • Analyze outcomes and survey data to generate capabilities presentations, supporter reports and presentations, needs data, abstracts and presentations for industry meetings and publications 

    • Attend national and international programs developed and/or managed by RMEI 

    • Attend national CE conferences 

    • Ensure corporate adherence to all external and internal compliance policies and guidelines 

    • Up to 20% travel required in this position (including nights and weekends) 


    • Hold one or more of the following degrees; MD, DO, NP, PhD, PharmD and have 5-7 years+ experience in content development for a continuing medical education (CME) company 
    • Therapeutic expertise, background/experience in respiratory, Rheumatoid Arthritis, GI, dermatology, oncology, cardiology, diabetes are a plus 
    • Understand and have vast experience in writing and directing scientific content for medical education activities in a medical education environment 
    • Knowledge of industry compliance/guidelines (ie; OIG, HIPAA, PhRMA, ACCME)
    • Perform all essential job functions under the constraint of tight timelines 
    • Able to prioritize multiple tasks and willing to accommodate to the changing demands of each project 
    • Contribute to overall project as well as strategic goals 
    • Excellent organizational, oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills 
    • Proficiency in advanced computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook 

    We offer our employees the following benefits:

    • Medical & Dental Insurance- 100% paid in full for full-time employees
    • Life & AD&D insurance- 100% paid in full for full-time employees
    • Short and Long-term Disability Insurance- 100% paid in full for full-time employees
    • Voluntary insurance plans
    • 401(k) retirement plan
    • Cash Balance plan
    • Casual dress code, jeans every day!
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Reduced summer hours; Memorial Day to Labor Day
    • Paid time off and paid holidays
    • Company provided coffee and fresh fruit
    • Open communication encouraged
    • Professional work environment encouraging personal development & team growth
    • Discounted ticket service (shows, sporting events, movies, etc.

    Apply Now

    RMEI Medical Education, LLC, is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

  • 22 Jul 2021 1:44 PM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    Medical Editor, Continuing Education Assessment

    Cancer strikes more than 10 million people worldwide each year. As the leading medical society representing doctors who care for people with cancer, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is committed to conquering cancer through research, education, and promotion of the highest quality patient care.

    Who we are:
    ASCO is a stable, forward-thinking membership organization that operates in a results-oriented work environment in which employees’ evaluation emphasizes performance outcomes over presence or time. This is an Alexandria, VA position that offers an excellent benefits package and opportunities to participate in professional development programs. To learn what it’s like to work at ASCO, click here.

    Who we are looking for:

    ASCO is in search of a Medical Editor, Continuing Education Assessment to join our Education, Science and Professional Development (ESPD) department. The selected candidate will provide programmatic development of ASCO’s medical knowledge assessment products.

    What you will do:

    • Utilize scientific background to review and edit digital education products for a professional oncology audience
    • Apply best practices in test development for activities in the self-evaluation portfolio
    • Manage the setup, author training, and continued maintenance of a Test Administration platform for the efficient and quality production of digital self-evaluation products
    • Manage the identification, curation, and maintenance of digital education content that can be utilized as recommended learning activities that are linked to assessment-driven identification of knowledge gaps
    • Review recent FDA oncology approvals and ensure ASCO’s educational content is current
    • Exercise independent judgment in the management, planning, design, and development of digital self-evaluation activities and related tools according to established timelines
    • Utilize a technology platforms for assessment development for the efficient and quality production of digital education content
    • Review FDA updates related to new drugs and screenings and reference updates in ASCO’s assessment programs
    • Effectively operate within a team environment to enlist the support of others and achieve programmatic goals and share content expertise with others to support content strategy and development
    • Manage assessment work groups of volunteer subject matter experts

    What you will need to bring:

    • Bachelor's degree in English, Life Sciences, or related field
    • 4 –5 years of experience in medical or scientific editing at a hospital, academic medical center, healthcare organization, digital agency, or in health/science media
    • Proficient experience with Microsoft Office Suite
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Ability to fact-check and research medical and/or scientific data
    • Ability to learn new technologies and work within new platforms
    • Computer skills in electronic publishing software, graphics, and web design software
    • Ability to provide clear editorial instructions to authors and peer reviewers
    • Ability to ensure appropriate use of item writing structural and style requirements (e.g., units in test questions, one correct answer choice)
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Knowledge of medical terminology
    • Ability to exercise sound judgement in making editorial decisions
    • Ability to identify situations in which the knowledge required exceeds their level of competency and seek help from appropriate colleagues
    • Ability to maintain current knowledge related to test development and item writing best practices
    • Ability to demonstrate skill, tact, and professionalism in interactions with authors, peer reviewers and staff
    • Ability to monitor the timeliness in the processing of scientific manuscripts and items/questions

    What ideal candidates will contribute:

    • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in science, journalism, English
    • Board certification in medical editing a plus
    • Familiarity with AMA style and knowledgeable of FDA rules and regulations
    • Experience in medical education preferred, or relevant experience in pharmaceutical advertising, medical publishing, or medical communication
    • Proficient experience with SharePoint, Adobe Acrobat, working with a Learning Management System (LMS), Content Management System, (CMS), or mobile app
    • Item/question writing and test development experience
    • Project management experience

    ASCO is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

    Here is the application link:

  • 19 Jul 2021 9:19 AM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    Executive Director for GAME; The Global Alliance for Medical Education (GAME) was founded in 1995 as not for profit member organization.

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  • 07 Jul 2021 7:52 AM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    Spire Learning, an award-winning healthcare education group located in northern New Jersey, currently has an exceptional opportunity for an Educational Grants Manager. This is a fully remote position. The successful candidate must have working hours that are consistent with eastern or central time zones.

    The Grants Manager is responsible for collaborating with the Business Development team in the creation of educational grants, determination of associated budgets, alignment with accreditors, data tracking, grant submission and overall project management of the granting and business development process. This position provides the opportunity for career growth into positions of greater responsibility within the company.

    At Spire, we believe that healthcare education has the power to transform lives. Our passion and empathy drive our enduring commitment. If you are passionate about making a difference through healthcare education, find out how to join our team.

    Primary responsibilities of the Educational Grants Manager include:

    • Participating in weekly grant development meetings
    • Preparing, submitting and monitoring all grant proposals for CME/CE programs in collaboration with the Senior Grants Manager, Clinical Directors, business development leads, and Spire management
    • Tracking all data related to grant submissions and approvals, including monthly report creation
    • Regular research of grantors and business opportunities in industry
    • Preparing budget information for grants, download of approved grant information to Program Management Team
    • Collaborating with Program Management Team and accounting on final budget reconciliation
    • Upon receiveing funding of a grant, performing detailed follow up such as submitting LOA, coordination of joint-sponsorship agreements and creation of internal budgets
    • Management and organization of grant files
    • Assisting Project Teams as needed


    • Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Education, Life Science or Communications/Journalism a plus)
    • Minimum of 1+ year in a grant administration/management role
    • Ability to explain and understand concepts clearly and concisely
    • Excellent computer skills with experience in Word, PowerPoint and Excel required
    • Experience with Google docs, databases, Photoshop, and Adobe Acrobat a plus
    • High attention to detail and accuracy
    • Strong internet research skills
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to prioritize multiple time sensitive tasks and meet deadlines
    • Ability to think critically
    • Ability to work under deadline pressure, both independently and as part of a team

    We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

    If you are looking for an outstanding career opportunity with room for accelerated career growth, please submit your resume to

  • 11 Jun 2021 10:40 AM | NAMEC Staff (Administrator)

    Accreditation Director (Cranbury, NJ) - MJH Life Sciences™

    The Accreditation Director has a critical service-focused role within the Accredited Education Division.  Reporting into the SVP of MJH Operations, the Accreditation Director is tasked with maintaining accreditations with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the American Dental Association (ADA), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN) including preparing and defending re-accreditation self-study reports and related activity files.  In this role, you’ll collaborate with other internal stakeholders to obtain the information needed to prepare and submit applications for additional provider- and/or activity-level accreditations as directed (eg, eye care physician assistant, nurse practitioner, and EACCME). The Accreditation Director oversees and adjusts (as needed), the overarching framework for maintaining compliance with the regulatory guidelines and other guidance that govern accredited continuing healthcare education (CE).  You’ll oversee the maintenance of certification (MOC) process including registering activities in ACCME’s PARS system and managing the related administrative functions.  You’ll collaborate with internal Digital and Information Technology associates to ensure that each physician learner’s MOC points are accurately recorded and transferred.  You’ll also prepare related annual reports to accreditation agencies (eg, ACCME PARS reporting), coordinate peer reviews for Oncology Nursing News CE articles and Psychiatric Times CME that are accredited by PER®.

    As Accreditation Director, you’ll stay abreast of the accredited CE landscape by attending key industry meetings (eg, ACCME’s Annual Spring Conference, Alliance Industry Summit, the Alliance Annual Conference, CME Palooza, and CBI CME Grants Conference) and engaging in self-directed continuing professional development (CPD).  You will also provide staff training to newly hired associates who work within the Accredited Education Division and develop/update an online staff training curriculum.  The Accreditation Director is also involved in special research projects, abstract development, writing articles, and developing oral and written presentations to the continuing education (CE) industry. This position (preferably in our Cranbury, NJ campus), requires flexibility, integrity, creativity, organization, and strong interpersonal skills.

    What a typical day is like for an Accreditation Director:

    • Participating in project team kick-off meetings, where the background information of activities is provided along with their educational design, types of accreditation, and potential educational partners (joint- or co-providers);
    • Using strict attention to detail, review incoming marketing- and activity-related materials (workbooks/syllabi, online activity front matter) against approved copy for accuracy and compliance.
    • Leveraging strong organizational skills and a keen attention to detail to use activity grant proposals to prepare required ACCME structured abstract forms and other accreditation files with accreditation-related information (needs assessment, gap analysis, learning objectives, etc.) and maintain this documentation on the company server in the related project folders;
    • Preparing accreditation applications including those for AANP, AAPA, and EACCME using pertinent information contained in grant proposals and with consultation from internal departments (eg, Medical Affairs and Independent Medical Education) as needed.
    • Coordinating MOC efforts (including routing applicable documentation to them, and managing the invoicing process); and
    • Creating and submit related post-activity reports to accreditation agencies (AANP, EACCME, and others as required).

    What skills does an Accreditation Director need?

    • A positive attitude, passion for winning, and willingness to be part of a high-functioning accredited education division unit that juggles multiple responsibilities (maintaining activity files, reviewing related activity materials for compliance, and post-activity evaluation reporting) on a consistent basis.
    • Proven experience with preparing, submitting, and defending CE accreditation/re-accreditation applications (eg, self-study reports and activity files).
    • A minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in positions of increasing responsibility within an ACCME or other healthcare-related accredited organization (eg, ACPE, ANCC, ADA, or COPE).
    • Expert knowledge of accredited CE and federal regulatory guidelines and other guidance that governs accredited CE.
    • The ability to analyze, interpret, and report learner evaluation data collected during educational activities.
    • A demonstrated ability to think independently, be proactive, and operate as an analytic problem solver who requires minimal supervision.
    • Clear (verbal and written) communication style that is adaptable to a wide variety of audiences (eg, regulators, key executives, faculty thought leaders, staff, and external clients.
    • An intermediate to advanced competency with MS Excel (formulas, pivot tables, charts/graphs), MS Word (style guides, formatting, templates), PowerPoint (audio/video embedding, master slides), and Adobe Acrobat Writer (add/delete pages, edit content).

    Goals for First Year:

    1. Independently manage the ACCME annual reporting process (from assembly to, finalization, approval, and submission in PARS).

    2. Lead the preparation and submission of PER’s reaccreditation with ACCME and ACPE.

    3. Independently manage activity-related American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) MOC (from registration to data collection and reporting).

    4. Refine interdepartmental strategies for working effectively in both joint- and co-providerships with educational partners.

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