Education and Training, Meetings/Expositions/Events, Membership
4 Year Degree
SIR has a unique and exciting position available, Program Manager, Graduate Medical Affairs. This position supports both the IR residency program directors at medical schools as well as the SIR Residents, Fellows and Students Section to promote the growing opportunities of Interventional Radiology education. This role will require project management, superior communication, relationship building and attention to detail and will provide a wonderful opportunity to contribute to preparing Interventional Radiology physicians to succeed in this ever-growing specialty!
Position Functions and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, each essential duty and responsibility must be performed satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Serve as primary liaison for the APDIR and work with members to manage all committee projects.
Management and accountability for APDIR’s annual membership renewals, ongoing membership recruitment and internal reporting.
Manage the planning and implementation of the APDIR Business Meeting and APDIR Annual Education Meeting.
Serve as main point of contact for all IR program directors and coordinators, RFS and Medical Student Councils, and fellow, resident and medical student members.
Coordinate needed activities and communications for the implementation of the IR Residency
Organize, maintain and create content for SIRweb.org related to this position.
Plan, coordinate, and market all aspects of all Graduate Medical Affairs Division meetings and activities.
Inform IR training programs of the APDIR compliance regulations of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), Residency Review Committee (RRC), and the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and Maintain current knowledge of ACGME and RRC rules and regulations.
Maintain IR program data and relationship accuracy in Personify database.
Secondary Functions and Responsibilities
Manage the Medical Student Travel Scholarship program
Participate in the International Division staff team, supporting Graduate Medical Education activities related to affiliated meetings and educational and certification pilots
Coordinate IR awareness, training, and education initiatives for current and prospective medical students, residents, and IR fellows, such as the Annual AMA Medical Student Showcase exhibit. Attendance may be requested.
Create and distribute surveys as requested by Graduate Medical Education leadership and maintains knowledge of data for future Graduate Medical Affairs projects
Assist with annual meeting team marketing
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, databases and web applications
Capacity to identify, implement, monitor, and execute work plans to all assigned activities: goals and objectives
Requires high level of oral and written communication skills
Requires the ability to work under pressure and carry out responsibilities with proficiency and finesse
Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, track details, and ensure timely and accurate results
Must be willing and able to travel to SIR Annual Scientific Meetings and other meetings and activities related to the position
Ability to work outside regular scheduled office hours
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent business experience required.
Experience in working with associations, graduate medical education programs and governance.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
Small, fast paced open office environment with moderate noise levels. Use of phones and computers for extended periods of time. Utilize office equipment and communication technologies for conference calls and teleconference meetings/webinars. Requires general mobility to move through the facility. Ability to lift up to 25 pounds. Frequent interaction with internal staff and physician members/board via phone, in person, email and other mediums. Normal sitting and standing activities for an office environment. Some travel required.
About Society of Interventional Radiology
The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) is a thriving professional medical society dedicated to optimizing patient care and improving lives through minimally invasive, image-guided treatments. Located in Fairfax, Virginia, SIR represents one of the most innovative, exciting and competitive specialties in medicine today.
SIR is a 501(c)(6) professional association that supports more than 8,100 interventional radiology physicians, trainees, medical students, scientists and clinical professionals. SIR is also comprised of SIR’s 501(c)(3) Foundation, which focuses on research and fundraising to advance the future of interventional radiology. Together SIR and SIR Foundation have nearly 50 staff, combined annual revenues of $12.6 million, and assets of nearly $17 million.