Education and Training, Health, Project Management/Program Development
4 Year Degree
The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM), a consortium of five academically focused specialty organizations representing departments of internal medicine at US and Canadian medical schools and teaching hospitals, seeks a Committee Project Manager for the Education and Scholarship team. Representing over 11,000 members, AAIM is the largest association of faculty and administrative staff serving in departments of medicine.
AAIM is located just outside Washington, DC in Old Town Alexandria, VA and provides a supportive work environment, excellent benefits, competitive pay, and so much more! AAIM is convenient to the Blue and Yellow Metro lines. To learn more about our organization, please visit us at www.im.org
The Committee Project Manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Education and Scholarship team which addresses issues in internal medicine undergraduate medical education (UME) and graduate medical education (GME), and surveys. The manager supervises staff that facilitate AAIM committees, task forces, advisory boards, and working groups.
Supervise two staff members whose primary tasks involve facilitating the work of assigned volunteer groups to develop products and services (e.g., tools, position papers, summits, professional development courses) through committee work.
Serve as staff liaison to assigned committees by functioning as project manager, preparing materials, action items, minutes, agendas and reports. Keeps work moving on schedule and prioritizes projects within the AAIM framework.
Collaborates with other staff, committee leaders, councils, AAIM Board of Directors, and external stakeholders.
Team supports six committees, several task forces, collaborative learning communities, and an advisory board.
Project management and tracking related to team committee work.
Manages projects related to annual conferences, research, and writing.
At least six years of experience managing multiple committees simultaneously in a professional or trade association or higher learning environment.
College degree required. Master’s degree in a related field (e.g., education or project management) a plus but not required.
Supervisory experience required.
Proven capability to analyze problems, develop a recommended path forward, and manage implementation of resolution.
Capable of maintaining a highly professional working relationship with volunteer committee members and AAIM staff.
Able to build relationships and work with volunteers remotely. Works closely with the committee chairs to provide guidance on the AAIM work process.
Outstanding interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Exceptional organizational and time management skills. Self-directed, self-motivated, and detail oriented.
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple work activities in a fast-paced environment. Able to adapt to changing deadlines and priorities.
Strong verbal and written communications skills
Ability to travel up to 10 days per year in order to attend meetings
Proficiency using MS Office required.
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Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) is a non-profit consortium of five academically focused organizations representing departments of internal medicine at medical schools and teaching hospitals in the United States and Canada. AAIM consists of the Association of Professors of Medicine, the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, the A...ssociation of Specialty Professors, the Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine, and the Administrators of Internal Medicine. The alliance has more than 11,000 members across the United States and Canada.
AAIM has a 25-person staff that serves the needs of these organizations. The staff is organized around teams focused on academic affairs, educational programs, meetings, membership, and finance and administration. The staff works extensively with volunteer leaders to implement projects and programs aligned with the goals and objectives of the alliance and the associations.