Join a group of high-achieving professionals and become part of the driving force behind continuing medical education opportunities for PAs! The CME Grant Development Manager will be responsible for independent medical education grant development to support a variety of educational programming that contribute to the strategies and objectives of AAPA.
You will have the opportunity to:
Author grants, track results, and see first-hand the impact of your work
Collaborate with a close-knit team while owning and managing independent projects
Streamline processes, maintain records, and cultivate grantor relationships
Interface with the greater AAPA community and cooperate across departments
This will be a rewarding environment for someone with superb attention to detail and follow-through. The successful candidate will be passionate about achieving results and identifying opportunities for AAPA and our members.
Someone who sustains long-term success in this role, and establishes the desire and capacity to grow at AAPA, will have the opportunity to develop into an orchestrator of the full suite of grants at AAPA. This would involve coordinating all grant efforts across the organization, identifying and managing larger initiative grants, and ultimately becoming the leader of the grant strategy team.
If you feel you have the experience and enthusiasm to make an impact for PAs and the team members who support them, please apply!
Bachelor's degree required
3 years of experience in grant writing
CME experience preferred
Experience working as part of a team to achieve shared goals
High comfort level and extensive experience navigating dynamic online grant submission systems
Extensive working knowledge of CME standards, practices, and procedures
Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP), ASAE, and/or AFP membership is helpful
Comprehensive understanding of legal and regulatory issues impacting CME
Must possess a strong working knowledge of all MS Office applications, internet use
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Medical specialty society background helpful
Additional Salary Information: The range for this position begins at $60,000 annually
Established in April 1968, AAPA is the national voice for physician assistants (PAs) in all medical and surgical specialties. Today there are over 115,000 certified PAs in the United States. Approximately 54,000 PAs are members of AAPA; included in this membership number are 15,000 PA students.
As an individual membership organization, we are a leader in providing support and advocacy for PAs. ...We ensure the professional growth, personal excellence and recognition of PAs, and support their efforts to improve the quality, accessibility and cost-effectiveness of patient-centered healthcare.
AAPA is a fast-paced nonprofit membership organization. Our staff combines skill and passion to advocate for the interests of PAs and their patients, and serve as an educational resource. Our office is located in the Carlisle area of Alexandria, VA., only two blocks from the Eisenhower Metro stop.