MJH Associates

  • CME Content Development Coordinator

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/2/2018 2:40 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1452
    Category
    Project Management
    Job Location
    US-NJ-Cranbury
  • Responsibilities

    We are looking for an Continuing Medical Education (CME) Content Development Coordinator to join our team! The ideal candidate thrives in a highly collaborative and rapidly changing environment, is exceptionally great at multi-tasking, and is impeccably organized and skilled in detail management.

    This CME Content Development Coordinator supports the day-to-day operations of accredited continuing medical education development, execution, and related functions of Physicans’ Education Resource (PER). This role supports education production and traffic coordination for all medical science content for PER live meetings and online programming.

    The proactive CME Development Content Traffic Coordinator works with the medical science team and creates content production schedules to ensure education activities meet their deadlines. Coordinators review, implement and adjust the medical science production schedule as necessary, follow up to ensure production targets are met, track stages of the project, troubleshoot problems, assist in communication with medical science leads to ensure quality and prepare production reports. They also set goals, support team members, monitor overall progress and manage alterations to the scope of projects.

    This role requires proven experience of developing strong collaborative working relationships, overseeing multiple active projects, and application of online collaboration tools. A strong desire to take initiative in a fast-paced, high-energy environment and the ability to demonstrate strict organizational skills and attention to detail are what’s required for success. Leadership style must be strong in project coordination, collaboration, and excellence in execution.

    This position coordinates multiple projects simultaneously, collaborating within a dynamic, team-oriented environment, ensuring that PER’s CME programming is innovative, collaborative, effective, and meets the high standards of our learners, partners and supporters. The CME Development Coordinator will keep current with standards for accreditation policies and educational frameworks.

    Qualifications

    Responsibilities:

    Optimize internal medical science content traffic flow
    Develop and maintain grant charts for all internal and external scientific leads 
    Manage PER invoicing workflow process
    Assist PER Medical Affairs in monitoring scope and deadlines for assigned projects & work streams, prepare weekly progress update
    Facilitate process improvement initiatives to establish and maintain quality control, uniformity and consistency
    Assist with developing an PER Editorial Style Guide and uniform PER Editorial Process
    Curate a set of “Best Practices”
    Develop and maintain a PER glossary/lexicon
    Establish a PER central repository of scientific/medical journal and abstracts references purchased or acquired
    Leverage access to internal database for medical affairs
    Coordinate journal permissions and acquisitions
    Maintain PER server including all document and file management
    Create project reports using database queries and spreadsheet applications to track data relevant to the medical science CME projects for medical affairs
    Establish a Medical Science Lead deliverables online database
    Assist with defining and developing consistent guidelines for the development of PER’s proprietary medical education activity formats and components; track to ensure benchmarks are met
    Maintain and provide all medical science leads with access to all online materials (E-Syllabus, Live-meeting Videos)
    Oversee the PER learning team email account to collect, organize and assign all CME learning inquiries
    Support PER Medical Affairs with calendar management, managing correspondence and other special projects as assigned
    Develop and distribute a contact sheet of all personnel when a program kicks-off

     

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree and at least two years of professional experience (project coordination experience a plus)
    Excellent Communication Skills
    Strong attention to detail, organization and project coordination skills
    Effective stakeholder coordination and ability to work well through others
    Strong critical thinking skills, as well as dedication to excellence in execution
    Excellent writing, editing and communication skills
    Strong analytical skills, and comfort and interest in new software and database programs
    Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines while working on multiple, parallel projects and working within established editorial processes
    Ability to work well in a team-oriented, fast-paced environment
    Strong proficiency in Google Docs and Microsoft Office: Windows, Word, PowerPoint and Excel (Illustrator a plus)

    Overview

    MJH Associates, Inc., provides health care professionals with information and resources they need to stay competitive in their practice and optimize the quality of care for their patients. We are the preferred source of health care daily news and information and are committed to launching innovative platforms and video programming. If you strive to be an expert in your field and thrive when taking risks, then our entrepreneurial, growing company is the place to be. We focus on achieving goals through teamwork and creativity in a fast-paced environment. The ever-changing health care communications industry requires us to stay ahead of the curve to create new ways of improving quality of life through health care communications, live events, and medical education. Our state-of-the-art corporate headquarters, located in Cranbury, New Jersey, promotes collaboration among employees to develop new ideas to keep MJH Associates, Inc. as the industry leader in health care communications. We offer our employees countless opportunities for on-the-job training and professional development, and the ability to make a difference in the health care industry. We strive to create a culture that values dedication, hard work, collaborative events and community involvement.

     

    MJH Associates, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. All employees of MJH Associates, Inc. are employed “At Will.” This means that either the employee or the Company is free to end the employment relationship at any time, for any reason, with or without cause and with or without notice.

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