Our Vision: “All women and girls with blood disorders are correctly diagnosed and optimally managed at every life stage.”
Manager of Education-Teleworking Opportunity
The Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders (FWGBD) has an immediate opening for a Manager of Education (Manager) to ensure educational excellence through on-line and in-person channels of the FWGBD. This is a teleworking opportunity requiring travel to conferences at least four time per year.
The Manager is responsible for: development of on-line and on-site provider education courses; management of the CME process; coordinating and supporting expert faculty for all education programs; creating a promotional/marketing schedule for all educational events, (including webinars, symposia/lectures at National Conferences, and other FWGBD events). The Manager assists in the development of educational content, evaluation and grant proposals in collaboration with the Executive Director (ED), and in carrying out additional tasks.
The Manager reports to the ED and serves as a member of the Management Team. The Manager may have supervisory responsibilities for other Education staff. The position contributes to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices. This position will also interact with the Education Committee Chair of the Board, with the Board of Directors and with the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC).
Manage the development of on-line and on-site provider education courses—webinars and medical, nursing and other healthcare provider Society Meeting sessions and symposia that help achieve the FWGBD’s vision.
On-line Education includes the development of live Webinars, working with faculty, reviewing presentations, rehearsing for live Webcast; and repurposing those webinars for archiving on the Website
On-site Education includes the development, with expert faculty, of the symposia, workshops and presentations for medical, nursing and other healthcare provider national meetings. Reviewing faculty presentations, enlisting outside expert review where needed; adequately, thoroughly rehearsing the faculty to ensure there is no redundancy, and that there is educational excellence
Evaluation of all Education Programs: working with the ED, develop metrics, evaluation methodologies and instruments for each on-line and each on-site Education Program. Prepare evaluation reports on results, outcomes
Education Planning—all Programs: assist the ED and the Board’s medical members in the development of topics and content to be addressed in the on-line and on-site education programs
Educational Event Management: works closely with Program/Event Coordinator on the development of the program and exhibition displays, handouts, AV requirements, food and beverage needs, etc.
Education Funding Proposals: contribute to development of key proposals for funding of Education programs and projects, including drafting narratives and program budgets
Develop and manage the accreditation program, ensuring that all webinars and symposia, workshops and sessions have the highest quality (ACCME standards) medical (CME) and nursing (CNE or CEU) credits for continuing medical and professional education.
Working with the ED, preparing and developing the proposals and syllabi required by the accrediting institution
Serving as liaison with the accrediting institution
Developing all necessary on-line and/or on-site education program materials
Ensure the excellence of the FWGBD’s Website as a core Education tool, which is state-of-the-art, of the highest quality and current.
Work with the Digital Communications Manager and other staff as necessary to prepare and update content
Manage the technology company or consultant engaged to assist in developing functions or different components of the site
Develop, in concert with Education Committee, staff and the technology company, the next wave of functionality for the Website for the FWGBD
Oversee the FWGBD’s program marketing and program publicity for its educational offerings
Ensure the currency of FWGBD Website content related to educational program offerings
Ensure the currency of FWGBD social media content as related to educational offering and promotional/marketing plans
Work with Digital Communications Manager and/or marketing team on program publicity, development of printed and online education materials, including brochures, guides, flyers, etc.
Collaborates on programming that relates to FWGBD’s mission, vision, goals and budget
Represents FWGBD to the public, members, and other stakeholders at conferences, meetings, and other related events
Strategic Direction—In collaboration with the ED and the Board set the strategic direction of Education for FWGBD
Organizes and maintains, as back-up, files of all Education Programs—on-line and on-site offerings
Assists in improvement of the operational systems, processes and policies in support of organization’s mission
Working with Membership Services and Database Manager, who manages the database, ensure quality and currency of the user/registration database
Contribute to the team effort; perform other duties as assigned and requested
This job description indicates in general the nature and levels of work, knowledge, skills, abilities and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act) expected of an incumbent. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. An incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.
This job primarily operates in a home or remote office environment. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Ability to perform work utilizing a laptop or other standard office computer, printer/copier/scanner, telephone/VoIP and web camera.
This is largely a sedentary role. However, this role requires the ability to receive, inventory, sort and package organizational materials. This would require the ability to lift up to 25 pounds on an occasional basis, and bend or stand as necessary.
Requires ability to learn new software applications as necessary.
Work involves travel to meetings and conferences, which may require long periods of walking and standing.
To succeed you will need:
Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Education, Sciences or related field preferred
3-5 years experience in health/non-profit sector
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel); Basic HTML, Adobe Photoshop a plus
Strong project management experience
Marketing and promotion experience
Experience in developing, writing successful proposals – foundation and federal
Experience with program development and program evaluation
Excellent data analysis skills and experience
Excellent written, oral communication and e-communication skills
Experience with writing professional reports
Exceptional organizational and time management skills and time management
Ability to synthesize information
Ability to work remotely, in a telecommute environment
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Able to travel: Requires a minimum of 4 times per year, within the US, to medical/nursing society meetings
Telecommuting is allowed.
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About Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders
Undiagnosed, untreated blood disorders in women and young girls have medical consequences and unique issues at every life stage, creating the need for a foundation dedicated to education and awareness.
We work to achieve this goal through raising awareness and educating the key healthcare providers for each particular life stage, and translating and disseminating provider information and research.
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