Job Posting: Director, Women in Medicine, Association of American Medical Colleges
Director – Women in Medicine and Science
Location: N Street – Washington D.C.
Job Code: 422
# of Openings: 1
Job Family: Program Management
The Association of American Medical Colleges is seeking a Director – Women in Medicine and Science
· Support the Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS) as Group Program Leader
o Serves as AAMC point person on issues related to gender equity and advancement of women in academic medicine
o Organizes and manages services and is accountable for the day-to-day operations of GWIMS
o Sets strategy for GWIMS and acts as a project management tasks leader
o Presents and represents GWIMS to medical schools, teaching hospitals, professional societies, federal agencies, and other education and policy groups.
o Frequently responds to inquiries for assistance with data and education and policy development.
o Supports GWIMS Steering Committee, including supporting communications and face-to-face meetings
o Collaborates with AAMC research and programs staff including the preparation of professional reports and/or research study reports.
o Facilitates and collaborates on development of programming for AAMC’s Annual Meeting
· Serve as GWIMS Liaison to Member Organizations
· Direct and serve as faculty member for professional development programs, specifically Early Women in Medicine and Science (EWIMS) and Mid-career Women in Medicine and Science (MidWIMS)
o Reviews and updates curricula
o Develops and analyzes meeting evaluations; applies findings to improve offerings
o Maintains faculty/speaker pool
- Collaborates with AAMC meetings staff on logistics, CME, etc.
- Collaborate on activities across AAMC, including participation in team meetings; participate in activities and projects of AAP&E as required for team effectiveness; participate in collaborative activities across the AAMC
· Graduate degree – Master degree or equivalent preferred and may be considered in lieu of experience
- At least 8 years of experience. May include experience as a faculty or staff member within the academic enterprise; experience in faculty affairs in higher education; member association experience; other relevant experience.
· Knowledge of and credibility in scholarship in women’s studies; issues of gender equity; professional advancement of women in higher education, especially in medicine, science, or other health professions
· Experience in professional development, educational consultation, talent management and leadership in higher education
· Experience with association constituent engagement
· Knowledge of the academic health enterprise
· Strong organizational and writing skills
· Demonstrated success in program and project development and management
· Ability to create and monitor work plans that result in quality products completed on time and on budget
· Ability to prioritize and balance several projects simultaneously with high-quality results
· Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills
· Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Word