Primary purpose: Develops and manages the online LearnICU program for use by individuals and institutions/hospitals.
I. Develops and manages LearnICU
Builds and maintains LearnICU, a robust and effective online resource for use by individuals and institutions/hospitals to support their critical care education and training needs.
Bundles existing SCCM content with additional resources to aid ICU clinician orientation, education, training, and just-in-time knowledge needs.
Works collaboratively with senior leadership to develop and implement effective strategies to market, sell, and deliver licensed content for bulk use by institutions/ hospitals to reduce their training burden and improve ICU clinician access to SCCM resources.
Works collaboratively with the cross-departmental clinical team to evaluate the LearnICU resource library to ensure that items remain appropriately tagged, relevant, and timely.
Works with marketing to solicit and manage the content submission process for materials created by the greater critical care community (non-SCCM-generated content).
Works with key member volunteers to provide peer evaluation of content, both SCCM and community generated, to determine appropriateness.
II. Collaborates with the senior education manager, education and grants, on the development of continuing education grants
Works with the senior education manager and marketing staff to identify medical education companies for possible collaboration on projects.
Works with marketing staff to engage with representatives from pharmaceutical, device, and biotech companies that have an interest in collaborating with SCCM on various projects.
Assists with every level of the grant application process.
Bachelor’s degree in nursing or other healthcare-related field or a degree in library and information science, ideally with medical librarian background
Experience in a clinical healthcare setting, ideally in a hospital setting, managing online orientation/training resources for clinicians
Five years’ experience in development of continuing education for healthcare professionals preferred
Experience in new business project development helpful
Supervisory experience needed
Strong understanding of learning management systems
Experience with advanced technology platforms
Process-oriented approach and ability to troubleshoot difficult projects
Excellent time management skills with ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience in a technology-oriented, remote work environment
Strong organization and critical thinking abilities
SCCM's office is currently being renovated. It will re-open this summer, and while employees may continue to work virtually, they may be asked to come into the office on occasion at the discretion of the department director. Candidates must reside in or plan to move to the Chicagoland area.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is the largest multi-professional organization dedicated to ensuring excellence and consistency in the practice of critical care medicine. With 16,000 members in 80 countries, SCCM is the only organization that represents all professional components of the critical care team. The Society offers a variety of activities that promote excellence in patient care, education, research, and advocacy. SCCM has a staff of 80 people based in Mt. Prospect, IL and maintains a budget of $20M.