What we're looking for: We are seeking a talented individual responsible for managing and administering services and programs for the Association of Program Directors in Radiology (APDR) and the Society of Chairs of Academic Radiology Departments (SCARD). ADPR activities include an annual meeting, awards program, an annual grant, and membership survey. SCARD activities include a fall meeting, the LEAD program, and a consulting service.
Please submit a cover letter with your application.
This job might be for you if you're interested in:
A welcoming environment that gives you an opportunity to impact patient care and help save lives
Excellent work-life balance through flexible time off and workplace flexibility
Continued professional growth through support of online training, tuition reimbursement, and conferences
A competitive compensation package that includes generous retirement and health benefits
What you'll do:
Implement operational activities of assigned societies and participate in department-wide initiatives
Manage development and implementation of assigned society programs in conjunction with volunteer leadership. Facilitate required documentation for CME compliance from volunteers and sponsors
Maintain and monitor SCARD and APDR timelines
Serve as primary staff liaison for SCARD and select APDR committees. Prepare agendas and supporting materials in cooperation with volunteer leaders; staff conference call and face-to-face meetings as assigned; and prepare minutes
Assist in preparation for SCARD and APDR Board of Directors meetings by developing agenda items and supporting materials. Attend meeting and prepare minutes
Coordinate committee appointment process for assigned societies
Prepare e-blast messages for affinity groups
Provide updates for ADPR and SCARD websites to ensure they are current
Staff assigned functions at the RSNA Annual Meeting, the AUR Annual Meeting and SCARD Fall meeting
What you'll need:
Bachelor's Degree or commensurate experience
Two or more years of experience with a nonprofit organization, preferably with a medical related society
Experience staffing volunteer committees and preparing minutes
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills; interacts effectively, professionally, and diplomatically with individuals at all levels, including volunteers and staff.
Ability to balance multiple projects, prioritize work and problem solve
Organized, self-directed and flexible
Ability to travel 3-4 times per year
Ability to work well with minimal supervision
Ability to successfully manage timelines and projects from start to finish
The Radiological Society of North America is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. RSNA is committed to hiring and employing qualified people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information, sexual orientation, unfavorable military discharge, ancestry, order of protection status, pregnancy, or any other legally protected characteristic. All employment decisions at RSNA are based on business needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications.
About Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is headquartered in Oak Brook Illinois and is a 50,000+ member medical specialty society with a staff of 200 and a budget of $40 million. RSNA holds the largest medical meeting in the world, with around 55,000 - 60,000 attendees, in Chicago each November following Thanksgiving.