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American Academy of Neurology
Minneapolis, MN, United States
11 days ago
American Academy of Neurology
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
11 days ago

Description

Great People. Great Mission. Great Benefits.

Surround yourself with fun, energetic, and hard-working professionals who are dedicated to helping neurologists worldwide provide the best possible care for their patients. The AAN’s headquarters, built in 2012, is a beautiful, energy-efficient office in downtown Minneapolis’s vibrant Mill District, just steps from the light rail, major bus lines, great parking options, walking/biking paths, and countless dining and entertainment options.

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Academic Neurology Program Manager supports and manages member initiatives and activities in relation to academic neurology. Collaborates and consults directly with physician subcommittees and workgroups.  Drives timelines on multifaceted projects and related activities. Implements new innovative programs and leads the project oversight. Collaborates with internal marketing, legal, and digital as well as outside vendors as needed.

ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Neurology Department Chair Initiatives

    Manages Neurology Chair Department Initiatives.  This includes coordination of programs and activities at Annual Meeting and throughout the year, analyzing and recommending programs, conducting environmental scans of external offerings and trends, developing and monitoring of budgets. 

    Advises the Neurology Department Chair Subcommittee chairs, vice-chair, and members, evaluating offerings, recommending future initiatives, implementing initiatives, creating agendas, minutes, internal/external communications, and handling logistics

    Collaborates with staff throughout the Academy on Neurology Department Chair initiatives as needed

    Manages the associated subcommittee and workgroups by scheduling calls, creating agendas, taking minutes, tracking action items and liaising to other AAN staff as necessary.

    Staff liaison for the Neurology Department Chair Subcommittee collaborating on agenda development, project oversight, conference calls, meeting logistics and communications.


Advancing Women in Academics Initiatives

    Manages Advancing Women in Academics Initiatives.  This includes coordination of programs and activities at Annual Meeting and throughout the year, analyzing and recommending programs, conducting environmental scans of external offerings and trends, developing and monitoring of budgets. 

    Advises the Advancing Women in Academics Subcommittee chairs, vice-chair, and members, evaluating offerings, recommending future initiatives, implementing initiatives, creating agendas, minutes, internal/external communications, and handling logistics

    Responsible for managing the Advancing Women in Academics Subcommittee and related work groups 

    Collaborates with staff throughout the Academy on Academic Women in Academics initiatives as needed

    Manages the associated subcommittee and workgroups by scheduling calls, creating agendas, taking minutes, tracking action items and liaising to other AAN staff as necessary.

    Staff liaison for the Advancing Women in Academics Subcommittee collaborating on agenda development, project oversight, conference calls, meeting logistics and communications.


Academic Learner Engagement Center (LEC)

    Provides direction and management for Academic Learner Engagement Center, ongoing programming targeted for all roles in academic neurology departments.

    Lead curriculum planning for teachers and volunteers, implementation and evaluation of these programs and tools with educators and physicians

    Consults with partners and staff on curriculum design for each program


Neurology Chair Summit

    Assists in planning and implementing the Neurology Department Chair Summit, specifically integrating the key initiatives, physician involvement, registration, and onsite logistics. Coordinate with AAN staff on implementation. 

This job description may not cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, activities, and responsibilities may change at any time with or without notice.



Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

    Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Management, Communication, or related area of study is required

Experience:

    Minimum of 3 years of experience in academic medicine or related field is required.

    Experience in medical education programming is preferred

Equivalent combination of education and experience beyond the minimum requirement may be substituted for qualification requirements. 


Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

    Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and ability to manage multiple priorities is required

    Demonstrated ability to independently develop and analyze alternative solutions and make recommendations is required

    Strong communication skills. Ability to interface and engage diverse groups of cross-functional department employees, members, community and clients is required

    Strategic and conceptual thinker with ability to translate to operational objectives is preferred

    Ability to exercise authority to meet goals within budget is preferred

ADDITIONAL POSITION INFORMATION:

FLSA Classification:  Exempt

Travel Requirements:  Some travel required – approximately 10%.  Ability to legally travel outside of the United States, particularly but not limited to Canada.

Location:  Minneapolis, MN and is identified as hybrid (required to work in the office with the ability to work remotely part of the week)

Schedule:  Some evenings and weekends required

Physical Requirements:  Standard office setting, with ability to sit for long periods of time, occasional use of stairs; regular use of computer and office equipment, lifting up to 10 lbs.  The physical demands 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.

Vaccination Requirements: COVID vaccine is required due to essential functions of this role. Requests for reasonable accommodations for disability related or religious reasons can be discussed post offer of employment.


Great Benefits

If our great people, great mission, and great location weren’t enough, we offer great benefits that work as hard for you as you do for us.

•Twenty-two days of paid personal time off (PTO) in the first year

•Twelve paid holidays per year in addition to PTO

•Company contribution equal to 10.5 percent of salary to AAN employee 401K retirement savings account

•Medical insurance (Both Traditional PPO and HDHP with HSA contribution)

•Dental insurance (free employee coverage)

•Vision insurance

•Life and AD&D insurance—premiums covered 100 percent by the AAN

•Long-term disability insurance fully funded—covered 100 percent by the AAN

•Short-term disability insurance fully funded—covered 100 percent by the AAN

•ID theft protection

•Travel insurance

•Flexible spending plan

•Computer loan purchase plan

•Parking subsidy

•Dry cleaning (free pickup and delivery)

•Wellness offerings (mindfulness courses, yoga classes, walking/running club)

•On-site workout facility

The American Academy of Neurology is an equal opportunity employer.

American Academy of Neurology
201 Chicago Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55415

www.aan.com

Job Information

  • Job ID: 64917244
  • Location:
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
  • Position Title: Academic Neurology Program Manager
  • Company Name For Job: American Academy of Neurology
  • Job Function: Adminstrative
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • Min Experience: 3-5 Years
  • Required Travel: 0-10%
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