Personal health coverage for the employee.
Generous vacation, personal and sick time.
Generous paid holidays and office closure between Christmas and New Year.
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
The Executive Director of the New York County Medical Society:
— is fully responsible to and executes the policies of the Board of Directors, to whom the Executive Director reports;
— is staff leader of the New York County Medical Society’s three employees;
— manages and directs all activities of the Society as prescribed by the Board of Directors;
— designs and implements plans to fulfill he Society’s mission as linked to the budget;
— serves as Executive Director of Society subsidiary organizations and two other specialty societies administered y the Society.
— providing leadership for a membership organization of 1,000 physicians who live or work in Manhattan;
— developing and managing all aspects of an organization with an annual budget of $571,000;
— developing membership;
— overseeing the physical office and its administration;
— overseeing the Society’s communication operations, including website, e–newsletters, social media and other messages to the membership;
— working with endorsed Society vendors to provide marketing opportunities to the membership.
The Society is looking for someone who is able to manage and work with leadership with divergent points of view. The candidate should be organized and capable of focusing on strategic goals. The ideal candidate is a good communicator, organized, and pays attention to detail. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience in healthcare or working with physicians is a plus. CAE is a plus.
The New York County Medical Society
Since its inception in 1806, the New York County Medical Society has been representing
physicians who live or work in Manhattan. The mission of the New York County Medical Society is to proactively identify and respond to the evolving needs of its members; to strive for the achievement of the highest standards of medical practice and quality of care by providing extended medical education and supporting advances in medical science; to champion the integrity of the patient–physician relationship; to improve public health through education initiatives and targeted community service efforts; and to serve as a strong advocate for both members and patients by working aggressively for enactment of supportive and enabling medical legislation.