The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) is the leading membership organization advancing kidney health. Since 1966, ASN has educated health professionals and scientists, advanced research and innovation, shared new knowledge, and advocated for the highest quality care for persons with kidney diseases. More than 21,000 physicians, scientists, and other professionals are members of ASN, working to achieve ASN’s vision of a world without kidney diseases.
ASN’s annual meeting, Kidney Week, is the world’s premier nephrology meeting and the society’s signature event, providing the kidney community and beyond with exciting and challenging opportunities to exchange knowledge, learn the latest scientific and medical advances, and listen to engaging and provocative discussions with leading experts in the field.
The Kidney Week Program Coordinator plans, implements, and supports educational activities (in-person, virtual, hybrid, etc.) to close the knowledge and/or performance-in-practice gaps of ASN learners regarding patient-centered health care.
Serve as the primary staff contact for Kidney Week Early Programs (courses preceding ASN’s annual meeting); responsibilities include: supporting the program chairs, meeting deadlines, communicating regularly with faculty, preparing syllabi and other materials, serving as the contact for appropriate vendors such as ARS and hands-on equipment, and coordinating with other staff on other activity-related needs including marketing, sponsorship, logistics, and enduring content.
Serve as the primary staff contact for Kidney Week abstracts; responsibilities include: preparing the call for abstracts, communicating with and supporting abstract experts, providing customer support for abstract authors and their representatives, and managing abstract content in the Kidney Week database.
Serve as the primary staff contact for Kidney Week poster presenters.
Develop and maintain standard operating procedures for all assigned activities.
Present recommendations and provide solutions to improve processes and experience for all assigned activities.
Ensure Joint Accreditation (CME, CNE, CPE) and ABIM MOC compliance; and maintain continuing education activity files for all assigned activities.
Provide support for other Kidney Week activities as needed.
Address external inquiries regarding all assigned activities in a timely manner.
Assume other duties and responsibilities that are appropriate to the position and area.
At least three years of project management experience with the ability to set priorities, take initiative, and manage multiple projects on time and with minimal supervision.
Proficiency using technology to organize and execute projects, including MS Office Suite and learning management systems.
Strong organizational skills, time management, and attention to detail.
Strong communication skills, written and oral.
Ability to build effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including learners, staff, and vendors.
Experience working with volunteer leaders, particularly health care professionals.
ASN offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive fringe benefits package.
ASN requires all full-time, temporary, and contract employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If selected, you will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination prior to the start of employment.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements (with the subject line: Kidney Week Program Coordinator) to ASN at email@example.com. Please note the society can only accept online applications for this position.
The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) was founded in 1966 as a nonprofit corporation to enhance and assist the study and practice of nephrology, to provide a forum for the promulgation of research, and to meet the professional and continuing education needs of its members.