The Program Manager is responsible for the programmatic development of the Convention, postgraduate courses, and headquarter courses. Duties will vary from abstract management, meeting logistics, invitations, writing marketing content, and developing timelines for the Annual Convention Committee.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Serve as the primary staff liaison for site development with CadmiumCD
Support the Director of Professional Development in maintaining regular communication with the Communities of Practice Leadership
Serve as on-site management at Convention
Seek opportunities for new offerings at Convention
Organize multi-department team to develop the Proceedings post-convention
Coordinates the Invited Speaker process for the Association's Convention
Responsible for the sending and follow up of invited speaker invitations
Gathers and coordinate all relevant information from speakers
Manages convention presentations within Cadmium
Corresponds with speakers including A/V requests, faculty disclosures, profile information, etc.
Serve as the primary lead on the Convention mobile application with Cadmium
Manage Association's communications with approximately 300 presenters
Coordinates the Abstract Submission process for the Association's Convention
Coordinate with CoP leaders to update descriptors and reviewers
Ensure reviewers understand and adhere to responsibilities
Responsible for the solicitation, collection and review of abstracts.
Ensures the effective use of the 3rd party online abstract system (Cadmium)
Coordinates review process in Cadmium system
Works with the Communications and Member Services Department to publicize the Call for Abstracts during May-Aug.
Responsible for the review and execution of New Investigator review, session, and award(s)
Collaborate with Director on site selection for future conventions
Postgraduate and Hands-on Headquarter Courses (30%)
Work closely with the Professional Development Assistant on logistics for postgraduate and headquarter courses
Develop timelines, work with faculty volunteers, and ensure deadlines are being met
Provide content to marketing time for courses
Work with the Director of Professional Development in development of new event opportunities, topics, and markets
Other Duties (10%)
Attends the Annual Convention
Assists with all other convention duties as needed
Attend annual CadCon Conference
Attend postgraduate and headquarter courses as needed
Facilitate in-office meetings and events as needed
Other duties, consistent with this position, as assigned
Association experience a plus but not required
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong computer skills (particularly working with databases)
Bachelor's degree a plus
Required to work weekends and evenings, as needed
Travel required as needed
Strong customer service skills, detail oriented, organized, and able to work efficiently and independently
Application Requirements: Applicants who do not include cover letter, resume and salary requirements when applying will not be considered.
About American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine is a multidisciplinary medical association of more than 9000 physicians, sonographers, scientists, students, and other health care providers. Established more than 50 years ago, the AIUM is dedicated to advancing the safe and effective use of ultrasound in medicine through professional and public education, research, development of guidelines, and accreditation.