CLIENT ASSOCIATION: Certification Board of Infection Control & Epidemiology
POSITION REPORTS TO: Executive Director, CBIC
POSITION(S) THAT REPORT TO YOU: Senior Program Manager
Communications and Marketing Manager
EXEMPT/NON-EXEMPT EMPLOYEE STATUS: Exempt (minimum of 37.5 hours/week)
GENERAL SUMMARY: This position works closely with the Executive Director of CBIC in managing client projects and programs and implementing activities that further the CBIC objectives. Liaise with various committees as assigned to provide assistance and support. Provides assistance to and works the Executive Director in all areas of client activities. Manage specific committee and administrative projects as assigned. Oversee certification and recertification programs. Some evening or weekend work may be necessary during busy times but will accommodate for religious purposes.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
With the direction of the Executive Director, oversee both the certification and recertification programs;
Attend in-person Board meetings, Test Committee meetings, and Strategic Planning meetings, as necessary;
Attend APIC Annual Conference and assist with exhibit booth;
Coordinate specific projects as directed by the Board, Executive Committee, and the Executive Director including, but not limited to, development of entry-level certification, recertification CEU program; and conducting a study on the correlation between CIC® certification and patient outcomes;
Assist Executive Director with annual Board nomination process;
Oversee NCCA re-accreditation (every five years) and preparation of materials based on NCCA Standards and guidelines for completing the re-accreditation as well as annual report;
Oversee Practice Analysis process (every five years);
Serve as staff liaison to partner societies (APIC and IPAC Canada);
Coordinate and staff Board and Executive Committee meetings and conference calls including drafting and circulating agendas;
Assist Executive Director, Board, and committees in achieving objectives outlined on the strategic plan;
Monitor budget and assist Executive Director and accounting department with annual audit;
Other duties as assigned.
AMOUNT OF TRAVEL REQUIRED: Approximately 4-6 weeks per year.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree; experienced meeting planner; excellent organizational and communication skills; team player; ability to prioritize varied assignments and handle multiple projects; proficiency in Word and PowerPoint; knowledge of Excel, iMIS and Outlook.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: (lifting, packaging, etc.) Minimal lifting required – usually at meetings or while exhibiting. Ability to move quickly within meeting facilities.
About Executive Director, Inc. (EDI)
EDI is one of the top five association management firms in the U.S., providing professional services for national and international medical, trade and scientific associations. Our 50 years of experience are a key asset to the associations we serve, with client relationships exceeding 30 years.
SUMMARY OF EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
- One of the top 5 largest association management companies worldwide employing 150 professionals. EDI manages 30 clients with national and international membership bases with events held globally.
- Competitive salaries in the association management industry.
- Flexible, fun, challenging work environment with advanced computer and support systems.
- Team work environment.
- Opportunities for skill development and career advancement.
- Commitment to professional development.
- Updated, contemporary office space.