The Continuing Education Coordinator serves as the main contact for all state bars and other accrediting organizations and is responsible for administering continuing education credits for the Association’s in-person educational programs and serves as back up for processing distance learning continuing education.
Maintain record of each state continuing legal education credit rules and regulations, professional responsibility (legal ethics), speaking/presenter requirements, and reporting for in-person programs. In addition, track any new types of credits states may offer and assess the Associations need to offer them.
Maintain the Associations provider status and track required yearly fees for in-person and distance learning.
Administer state applications and fees for continuing legal education (CLE) credits to 41 states, and compliance (CCB) and accounting credits (CPE) at least 30 days prior to all in-person programs.
Track credit approvals and codes for CLE, CCB, and CPE for each in-person program. Enter approvals in CRM for every state prior to program.
Enter program agendas in CRM for preparation of online continuing education request form for all in-person programs.
Prepare materials needed by attendees at the programs – continuing education request form and CPE/CLE sign-in sheets.
Manage state licensing information in CRM for each individual requesting credit.
Calculate attendees’ credits and prepare import credit totals for posting certificates for attendees in their ‘myAHLA’ accounts.
Oversee attendee certificate notifications within 30 days of each program.
Administer credit reporting to various state bars and other accrediting organizations as required, within 30 days of each program.
Respond to individual inquiries related to continuing education from attendees at in-person programs and serve as back up for distance learning attendees.
Assist in preparation of materials needed on-site such as the compiling/formatting the attendee list and assembling name badges.
Travel to in-person programs if needed.
Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Three to four years of comprehensive administrative experience or related experience.
Detail oriented, with strong organizational skills.
Experience in working with volunteer leaders and members preferred.
Effective time management skills and ability to prioritize while working on multiple projects.
Must work well under pressure.
Strong written and oral communication skills and strong interpersonal communication, customer service and teaming/cooperative skills for continual interaction with staff, supervisors and contact with volunteers and members.
Knowledge of and experience with membership databases, word processing, Excel.
Some travel may be required.
Simply email your resume and cover letter including salary expectations to email@example.com with “Continuing Education Coordinator” as the subject of the email.
Additional Salary Information: We offer an excellent compensation package including health, dental, and life insurance; long-term and short-term disability; retirement and 401(k) plans; 10 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; telecommuting and more.
About American Health Lawyers Association
Major changes are sweeping throughout the United States healthcare system. With the importance of complying with the law’s many regulations, the need for quality education for lawyers in the field of health law has never been higher.
The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) is the nation's largest nonprofit educational organization devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field. AHLA addresses the issues facing our nearly 14,000 members by providing resources to those who practice in law firms, government, in-house settings, and academia, as well as educating the entire spectrum of the health industry: physicians, hospitals and health systems, health maintenance organizations, health insurers, life sciences professionals, managed care companies, nursing facilities, home care providers, and consumers.
With such a wide range of complex and often confusing information regarding health law, everyone needs trustworthy information. AHLA serves as a public resource on health law issues, electing not to advocate for or against any particular policy proposals, but to produce the highest quality nonpartisan educational programs, products, and services concerning health law issues.