The Director of Professional Development is a key member of the Professional Development team, which is charged with providing relevant quality continuing medical education to the ASNC community. The Director ensures the successful design, delivery, management and evaluation of ASNC’s professional development programs and products and ACCME accreditation. The Director reports to the CEO, and works closely with other ASNC staff, contractors, volunteers, vendors and service providers.
Supports the CEO with strategic direction and hands-on planning, implementation, and management of ASNC’s professional development programs and products, including current and future conferences workshops, courses, and products in delivered via ‘multiple modalities (e.g., face-to-face, digital/virtual, blended, synchronous, asynchronous, etc.).
Supports the ongoing design, delivery, maintenance and evaluation of ASNC’s learning pathway that provides professional development opportunities to members and constituents at every stage of their career and across imaging modalities.
Drives synergies and integration with other current and future strategic professional development priorities in a strategic manner.
Leverages the knowledge, expertise, and contributions of ASNC staff, volunteers, subject matter experts, instructional designers, partners, contractors, vendors, and others as appropriate in developing and maintaining professional development programs and products and the learning pathway.
Manages relevant ASNC volunteer committees and task forces.
In conjunction with the CEO develops and manages budgets related to professional development programs and products, and ensures financial accountability and stewardship. Analyzes expenses and makes recommendations for changes to vendors and service providers, as appropriate.
Contributes to decisions around technology infrastructure that supports and integrates with ASNC’s professional development programs and products. Manages selected platforms, in particular those related to the delivery and management of professional development programs and products.
Works with ASNC marketing/communications and membership teams and other committees and stakeholders to develop effective sales and marketing strategies, tactics, copy, creative, and other collateral to promote ASNC’s professional development programs and products as appropriate. Helps to ensure the professional development-related content on the ASNC website is updated and presented in accordance with industry standards.
Collaborates with ASNC business development and Industry Relations staff to identify and grow external funding and sponsorship opportunities in support of ASNC’s professional development programs and products.
Supervises, guides, and mentors ASNC staff, contractors and vendors as assigned. Provides regular feedback and conducts performance appraisals, as appropriate.
Stays abreast of current trends, best practices, and technologies related to professional development, education and training, and adult learning. Ensures that knowledge and insights inform continuous improvement of ASNC professional development programs and products with the goal of delivering innovative learning solutions, tools, and processes and to support member’s success in practice.
Oversee and manage the ACCME, ARRT, and other related accreditation processed and compliance.
Other duties and special projects as assigned.
May require occasional travel and weekend work. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of concepts and principles related to program management, adult learning, and instructional design.
Strong oral and written communications skills.
Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to create and manage a team of contributors.
Strong project management skills. Detail and deadline-oriented.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Self-starter with ability to prioritize and multitask many priorities simultaneously.
Strong business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit.
Creative and innovative.
Working knowledge of MS Office, databases, registration systems, and ACCME PARS system, etc.
Working knowledge of learning management systems and e-course platforms.
Comfort with complexity, change and ambiguity.
Fiscal responsibility for keeping programs on budget.
Works collaboratively as team player.
Possesses supervisory skills.
Additional Salary Information: Please submit salary requirements with resume.
About American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
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