As the leader for the specialty of preventive medicine and physicians dedicated to prevention, ACPM improves the health of individuals and populations through evidence-based health promotion, disease prevention, and systems-based approaches to improving health and health care.
Vision Statement – Public health and health systems value the leadership role of preventive medicine to promote healthy lifestyles and population health.
Mission Statement – The mission of ACPM is to represent and support preventive medicine physicians in their role as public health and health systems leaders.
The Director, Membership, reporting directly to an ACPM Vice President, will be the primary source of knowledge, intelligence and decision making as it relates to membership and meetings related functions. The director will be responsible for governance by ensuring the proper volunteer alignment, training, onboarding and infrastructure to engage members and cultivate leaders in the College. Working closely with the relevant committees of the College and of the Board, the director will be responsible for leading organizational strategic priorities related to these areas, and developing, refining and executing the work plans for these areas. The director assures effective planning and delivery of all ACPM’s membership recruitment, engagement and volunteer onboarding and delivers towards the strategic direction and performance of the College.
Position Functions and Responsibilities
Supervise the staff in membership and meetings department.
Explore potential membership markets, design cutting-edge strategies for recruitment, and expand ACPM membership among physicians and other aligned associations.
Improve membership retention and renewal by identifying and implementing strategies to engage members and cultivate volunteer leadership.
Develop opportunities for membership acquisition and retention through collaboration with ACPM staff, member volunteers and collegial organizations.
Develop and utilize analytics and tools to measure member touch points with association events, products and services and design / deliver new member value initiatives working in collaboration on unique or innovative products and services.
Work with Governance Committee to prepare yearly slate of candidates for officers and Board elections; conduct and monitor election/results; and identify, select, and honor ACPM awardees.
Supervise Fellowship application and review process, including candidate requirements and facilitating Membership Committee review. Design and launch an enhanced and revised Fellowship program generating new interest and revenues.
Leverage ACPM’s Association Management System to segment members and design programs based on data analyses.
Evaluate and implement robust data mining and tracking tools to analyze member demographics and engagement trends and provide reports for performance dashboard tracking.
Develop and execute member surveys to assure data-driven needs assessments, recruitment and retention strategies.
Direct and manage the association’s meetings and events, from planning to implementation with a strategic vendor, including supporting the association’s planning committees in developing an engaging experience.
Manage staff implementation of speaker communications, including conference invitations, travel arrangements for Government officials, and approval of expense reimbursements.
Prepare meeting specifications and RFP as needed with vendor for site selection, and hotel contract negotiations in coordination with ACPM’s partner/vendor.
Oversee all conference logistics through vendor, including preparatory logistics such as speaker management, session assignments, food and beverage, rooming list, etc. and onsite logistics such as management and supervision of hotel staff, AV vendor, temporary registration staff, volunteers and Exhibits.
Secure conference partners and supporting organizations by leading and/or assisting in the preparation of online educational/conference grant applications.
Understand and implement financial metrics as they relate to member acquisition, lifetime value, renewal, retention, the cost of membership benefits, cost-per-attendee, and conference revenue and expenses.
Oversee governance for ACPM by managing Governance Committee, monitoring by-laws, nominations, Board of Regents, and Committee members and charters.
Prepare annual budget projections for membership and meeting department’s activities. Ensure budgets adherence and management to achieve projected margins.
Contribute to the overall success of ACPM by performing all other essential duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Contracted support vendor
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Membership recruitment and management expertise including association management tools including best practices for pricing and forecasting.
Knowledge of meetings industry, forecasting, scheduling, engaging, production, contract negotiations, business projections and design to ensure profits.
Professional demeanor and experience leading and working on a high-performing team.
Ability to establish and maintain positive, collaborative relationships with staff, consultants, association members, volunteers and medical and public health colleagues.
Expertise in association governance, bylaws and committee support and structures.
Experience with work plans, budget monitoring, management, and flexibility.
Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s degree a plus.
Minimum of 8-10 years of applicable experience; 5+ years of supervisory experience.
Experience in working in non-profit/association.
About American College of Preventive Medicine
The American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) is the national medical specialty society of physicians dedicated to disease prevention, health promotion and systems-based health care improvement. Established in 1954, ACPM is the leading U.S.-based physician organization focused on practice, research, publication, and teaching of evidence-based preventive medicine. ACPM’s 2,700 members are leaders in a variety of health settings, including state and local health departments, federal agencies, hospitals, health plans, community and migrant health centers, industrial sites, occupational health centers, academic centers, private practice, and the military. They have the skills needed to understand and reduce the risks of disease, disability and death in individuals and in population groups.