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Reporting to the Senior Director of Education, this position will play a key role in managing and delivering the organization’s growing online educational portfolio. The primary focus of this position will be to work with staff, subject matter experts, faculty, and volunteers to design, implement and maximize the impact of AUGS’ online programming - virtual content for in-person meetings, live virtual courses, enduring on-demand content and live online webinars.
AUGS promotes a positive work/life balance with flexible scheduling, 100% remote work environment, excellent benefits, and a generous PTO policy.
Work in conjunction with the Senior Director of Education to develop a strategy for digital products and content delivery that advances and strengthens AUGS’ eLearning platform and member experience.
Direct, streamline and implement AUGS’ digital/virtual programs to increase member value and direct future programming.
Serve as the staff lead for technology vendors to deliver user-friendly and high-performing platforms for our educational offerings.
Support the digital/virtual elements of the Annual Meeting and other in-person meetings throughout the planning process and delivery.
Manage the scientific program for the annual meeting to include the online abstract and session proposal processes, to and including system builds, testing, submission, review, and scheduling.
Work with program planning committees to develop educational content, learning objectives and identify faculty for continuing education courses.
Serve as staff liaison to select committees which includes overall committee management, scheduling meetings, developing, and distributing meeting materials, participating in committee meetings, and documenting minutes and action items.
Work with the staff to support marketing and communications of educational programming (e.g., review email blasts and online and print programs).
Minimum of five years of experience in supporting the development of educational programming (live, virtual, synchronous, and asynchronous) preferably for scientific, medical, or health care professional societies.
Experience with ACCME accreditation requirements and guidelines for educational programming.
Strong communication, writing, proof-reading, and organizational skills.
Ability to work independently in a changing environment, manage and prioritize multiple projects and competing requests and deadlines.
Strong technical aptitude, including a high-level of comfort and familiarity with Web-based technologies in general and, ideally, with specific online education technologies (e.g., virtual meeting platforms, Zoom/webinar management, learning management systems, abstract management tools).
Advanced proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and other business tools such as Zoom and SharePoint.
Ability for occasional evening conference calls (2-4 times per month) and weekend travel (2-4 times annually).
As the leader in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, AUGS promotes the highest quality patient care through excellence in education, research and advocacy. AUGS' vision is to restore quality of life for all women with pelvic floor disorders. For members and constituents, AUGS is the primary source of clinical and scientific information and education to advance the subspecialty.