Reports to: Associate Director of Accredited Continuing Education
Primary purpose: Leads the development of high-quality continuing education programs that improve patient outcomes in compliance with regulatory bodies. Develops and manages SCCM’s continuing education grant program.
Development and management of SCCM’s accredited continuing education (ACE) grant process and outcomes reporting 60%
Works collaboratively with marketing and sales staff to determine relevant grantor opportunities. Writes and submits all ACE grants for SCCM.
Reviews all Congress joint provider grants for satellite symposia. Submits all jointly provided grants.
Manages the ACE granting process per SCCM granting guidelines.
Creates all ACE outcome reports and budget reconciliations and submits to the various grantor portals.
Develops and manages the needs assessment process for grants.
Development of high-quality content and programs25%
Provides strategic recommendations, direction, and oversight related to the development, coordination, and implementation of grant-funded SCCM educational activities.
Stays abreast of current research in the field of multi-professional critical care, along with the latest in adult education methodologies.
Works collaboratively with the director, staff, and volunteers to develop and implement benchmarking methodologies to determine the ability of education programs to obtain grant funding. Provides analysis and develops strategies based on the data.
Works with program managers to assist in the development of education program content.
Submits periodic reports to SCCM leadership that generate internal discussions to improve overall continuing education activities.
Manages the LearnICU manager and helps with guidance for the SCCM Resource Library.
Works collaboratively with key SCCM staff to ensure that appropriate key wording and tagging complies with SCCM policies.
Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals15%
Bachelor’s degree preferred
Clinical background helpful
Strong understanding of adaptive learning methodologies
Understanding of ACE guidelines
Significant experience in writing ACE grants
Working knowledge of learning management systems
Knowledge of outcomes reporting and granting portals
Demonstrated budgeting experience
High-level project and timeline management skills
Excellent and proven skills in both developing staff and working closely with volunteer medical professionals
This search is being conducted by Tuft & Associates, Inc. Interested parties, please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to:
Tuft & Associates, ATTN: Karen Dunn Caspers, MSNM, CAE, firstname.lastname@example.org