AAMI (the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation), a dynamic nonprofit in the health technology field, is seeking candidates for Director of Health Technology Management (HTM). This highly visible position is responsible for leading implementation of AAMI’s strategic goals as they relate to developing and growing HTM membership. Specifically, this person is charged with promoting the field, expanding educational offerings and career resources, creating pathways for entry into the field for Millennials and mid-career professionals; and, developing unique partnerships with healthcare delivery organizations, independent service organizations, industry, government agencies and other stakeholders to raise awareness of and elevate the HTM profession. The candidate should be passionate about HTM, have experience in the field and want to make a difference on a national scale.
Communicate and engage current members who are HTM, cultivate new members, and identify and implement ways in which the broader AAMI membership can participate in HTM projects.
Serve as the main point of contact on the AAMI staff for all things HTM including, not limited to generating ideas on webinars, Annual Conference programming, membership, articles, etc.
Develop and implement projects including, but not limited to, education efforts, career-related task force efforts, employment surveys, leadership training, a fellowship program, “bright idea” contests, and promotion of the field.
Assist in growing and improving the retention of AAMI’s student, new professional, individual and institutional memberships by working on specific membership and communications-related projects.
Update and implement the annual HTM Business Plan and lead a variety of other new business projects related to the HTM community.
Manage and coordinate the projects, activities, and meetings of AAMI’s Technology Management Council (TMC) and its task forces.
Manage and coordinate the projects, activities, and meetings of AAMI’s Healthcare Technology Leadership Council (HTLC).
Working with the VP of Membership, serve as the main point of contact with the Independent Service Organizations (ISOs) and lead efforts to increase their engagement in AAMI activities.
Working with the VP of Membership, develop and implement a plan to generate revenue from HTM projects, survey members, attract new members, and increase membership retention efforts to quantify the success and value of efforts.
Serve as the main point of contact in the development and implementation of projects created through AAMI’s collaboration agreement with other national organizations. Coordinate steering committee meetings; serve as project manager of new benefits; and/or new initiatives.
Coordinate AAMI Connect online discussion groups for the HTM segment of the AAMI membership, including the development and implementation of groups within AAMI Connect, updating content, and marketing the HTM resources on the platform.
Serve as AAMI’s main point of contact for local, state, and regional biomedical associations/societies. Maintain strong relations with these groups by developing and implementing a plan to ensure regular communications; recruiting societies to join and retain their membership; and coordinating publicity for these groups in AAMI publications.
Working with consultants and members, develop and implement a PR campaign to expand the visibility of HTM professionals to prospective students, others in healthcare, and the C-suite.
Serve as the main point of contact for AAMI efforts on HTM-oriented benchmarking programs.
Undergraduate degree in communications, marketing, or related field.
Minimum of 8 years of experience in business development, association benefit management, membership development for non-profit organizations, or the HTM field preferred.
Strong project management skills and previous association experience essential, preferably in the area of membership services, communications, and/or new business initiatives.
Strong communications and writing skills and ability to collaborate/partner with other staff, members and vendors on numerous and diverse business relationships.
Knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook required.
Experience writing articles and press releases; and marketing products or initiatives important.
Success in establishing new businesses and products helpful.
About Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation
The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1967. It is a unique alliance of nearly 7,000 members from around the world united by one critical mission: increasing the understanding and beneficial use of medical technology. AAMI members improve medical device safety through the development and use of AAMI standards, professional certi...fication, education, summits, and other technical resources. Industry, government agencies, healthcare organizations, and others rely on AAMI to disseminate high quality, objective information that helps make technology use in the patient care environment safer and more effective.