Reports To: Associate Director, Professional Development
ASAM is a medical professional society of over 5,000 members with a total staff of 35 and a $6.1M annual operating budget. It is an energetic, fast-paced organization with multi-faceted opportunities in addiction medicine.
The Manager, Professional Development is a full-time position that will report to the Associate Director, Professional Development. The Manager will work across the education department on the development of CME created and designed curriculum and online courses in the ASAM e-Learning Center. This position will manage course curriculum design and development, manage new and current products in the e-Learning Center. The person will work with education staff team members and faculty experts in the development and review of content. Candidate must quickly develop a broad understanding of the ASAM education programs.
Provide overall management for quality online national education programs which involves: working with Associate Director, Chief Learning Officer, other staff team members and faculty experts on content.
Produce online and other products utilizing curriculum design and adult learning techniques and other education software and systems to keep current and provide a variety of learning formats to engage online learners.
Monitor budget, coordination and planning of the production of online products based on needs and priorities.
Prepare, gather support documentation, and submit required CME activity report for all courses that offer continuing medical education certificates.
Create, compile and distill evaluation and usage data for online content.
Assist education team as needed to prepare grant applications and reports for grants.
Handle special projects as assigned such as summarizing evaluations, follow-up with faculty, prepare tracking reports for the project grant, etc.
Provide phone support to members on specific programs for Education and other ASAM activities as needed. Interacts with members and customers regarding courses, programs and products.
Adherence to ACCME and CME guidelines.
Manage and assist with other programs and projects as necessary as determine by the Chief Learning Officer and Associate, Professional Development to work with other department staff as needed on other education programs.
Small to moderate amount of travel (1 - 3 trips a year) if needed to education planning meetings and/or courses to provide on-site assistance and management required for successful operation of courses.
Open to new ideas and other duties as they arise and are assigned.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree required
Master’s Degree in Adult Education, Curriculum Design or related field preferred
Two to four years of experience in continuing medical education (CME) and curriculum design
Association experience, particularly in a medical society preferred
Experience with learning management system (LMS) preferred
Experience with education learning software such as articulate and others preferred
Experience in budget and grant management
Skills and Abilities:
Excellent organizational skills including setting priorities in work assignments, managing projects, and following up on assignments with minimal direction
Ability to efficiently handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail
Proven record of successful education program planning and budget management
Good interpersonal skills with ability to interact effectively, efficiently, and professionally with individuals at all levels of the organization
Excellent written, organizational and communication skills are required
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Good customer / member service skills
Resourcefulness and creativity valued
Team player with positive attitude, enthusiastic energy and ability to have fun with team members
Works closely with:
Associate Director, Chief Learning Officer and other members of the professional development department
Faculty member experts
CME consultant(s) for adherence to ACCME education guidelines and instructional design guidance
Other ASAM staff and departments as needed
Addiction medicine related agencies
Recruiting salary range: $52,000 to $55,000 (with a robust benefits package)
Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the position and how your skills match the position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASAM provides equal opportunity to all staff. No person shall be discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, physical handicaps, marital status, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, political affiliation, or any other category that is protected by federal law or the laws of the Maryland.
ASAM is proud to be honored with the Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility for its use of flexibility and other aspects of workplace effectiveness as a workplace strategy to increase business and employee success. ASAM was one of eight organizations and the only association to be recognized in the state of Maryland.
ASAM Staff Values: As an organization, our work has national and generational impact. We are an energetic, scrappy, and resilient team who are passionately dedicated to providing hope and redemption in the addiction field. Our safe, positive and professional work environment allows us to celebrate both our successes and shortcomings. We help and support each other as a family of compassionate individuals. We work with pride and an insatiable hunger to change the addiction field and to leave our mark.
ASAM is a medical professional society of over 4,300 members with a total staff of 30 and a $6.1M annual operating budget. It is an energetic, fast-paced organization with multi-faceted opportunities in addiction medicine.