AMERICAN GASTROENTEROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION POSITION DESCRIPTION
TITLE: EDUCATION & GRANTS MANAGER
REPORTS TO: SENIOR Director of education
SUMMARY: Responsible for planning and implementing various educational activities; primarily industry sponsored programming.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages and coordinates all aspects of educational activities funded by industry support. Program management work includes:
Writing needs assessment
Working with internal corporate relations team on proposal reviews and responding to RFPs
Program execution including faculty management
Post-activity outcomes reporting for grant reconciliation
Manages external vendors and medical education partners related to educational programs. Management includes:
Selecting vendors appropriate for each educational program
Reviewing vendor proposals
Maintaining regular check-ins with vendor to ensure timeline adherence
Providing vendor guidance and feedback on program production
Advises and writes procedures for staff and faculty regarding planning steps, timelines and expectations.
Works closely with physician course directors and AGA Institute staff regarding content development, marketing, faculty correspondence, educational grants, syllabus and/or web-based production, evaluation, enduring products and any other logistics.
Executes additional projects commensurate with position and qualifications.
Experience in writing grants, needs assessments, and outcomes reports strongly preferred.
Experience in healthcare, education or non-profit industries preferred.
Excellent writing skills.
Some travel required, 2-3 times per year.
The American Gastroenterological Association seeks candidates whose behaviors are in line with AGA’s Core Values: Innovative, Engaged, Collaborative, and Open.
About American Gastroenterological Association
The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) is a society of physicians, surgeons, scientists and other individuals within the healthcare community who have a demonstrated and continued interest in the functions and disorders of the digestive system. Founded in 1897, the AGA is the oldest non-profit specialty medical society in the country. With more than 13,000 domestic and international members, the AGA is the largest GI society in the United States and among the largest GI societies in the world. AGA membership encompasses a rich and diverse constituency representing every facet of gastroenterology practice, research and education.