Administrative, Clerical, Support, Education and Training, Health
The Education Coordinator enables the volunteers of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses to focus on substantive matters that advance their purpose by contributing to smooth and effective administrative operations at the national office. Areas of responsibility include supporting the education program committees; assisting with aspects of the annual conference, including speaker management and the annual Call for Abstracts, supporting the NANN Research Summit and being the go-to resource for product inventory management.
Support the smooth functioning of NANN’s education program committees and research committees by assisting with scheduling, logistics coordination, materials distribution, communications, meeting minutes, surveys and record keeping.
Coordinate speaker agreements and the implementation of the online speakers’ portal and annual Call for Abstracts.
Support compliance, quality control, and consistency of continuing education documentation for all CE activities.
Assist with preparation of required regulatory agency reporting, activity file maintenance, and reaccreditation surveys.
Act as liaison to client team and other departments regarding education programs and initiatives, timelines, scheduling, and reporting.
Help ensure the overall execution of administrative activities and events by maintaining a thorough and accurate education programming calendar.
Support the virtual annual conference with logistics, internal team communication, and process management.
Provide administrative support and coordination for NANN online and print products.
Assist with the development of an education procedures manual.
Help promote NANN’s image through accurate and quality communications with members, volunteers, and other constituents.
Contribute to a productive annual conference providing on-site support to the Education Manager.
Other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following requirements and demonstrated experience:
Bachelor’s degree required.
Preferred 1-2 years work experience in an office environment in an administrative or related capacity.
Previous work experience with boards or committees and/or for a volunteer-based organization (e.g. healthcare, specialty society, fraternity/sorority) is a plus.
Strong customer orientation and attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to organize and manage multiple projects/priorities.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Professionalism: Good judgment, ability to interact with all levels of staff and vendors, appropriate demeanor and appearance, confidence.
Customer service attitude and skills: Team player attitude, commitment, patience, enthusiasm, creativity, listening, comprehension, initiative, cooperation, attention to detail, resourcefulness.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, project management software, database management, website and social media management and e-survey tools.
Ability to travel out of state and overnight.
Qualified candidates interested in a part-time opportunity can send resumes and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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