Education and Training, Information Technology and Web, Other
The American Urological Association (AUA) is the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care. We are actively recruiting an Education Web Developer within our Office of Education Department.
Assists in the development and operation of AUA’s eLearning opportunities using cutting edge, web-based and mobile technologies. Build the AUA’s reputation in these areas by assisting in the development of professional, relevant and accessible on-line products and services to members (both domestic and international). Collaborate on a team to take new technologies and apply them to innovative solutions for our membership and be part of the future of mobile learning for the AUA.
AUA offers a rich total compensation including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, two defined contribution plans, flexible work schedules, on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.
Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association visit our Career Center website.
Experience/knowledge with some or all: JQuery, HTML5, CSS3, NodeJS, AWS Lambda Ionic 2, Angular, Cordova, Oauth2, MSSQL.
Knowledge of Web and Mobile UI/UX required
Knowledge of ColdFusion or .Net a plus
Takes initiative and has willingness to take ownership for assigned work;
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team;
Must be available for weekend and/or extended hours as required.
Some travel required.
About American Urological Association
ABOUT THE AMERICAN UROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
Baltimore has long been recognized as a leading site for world-renowned medical research, education and care. But few know that Baltimore is also home to one of the world’s leading medical organizations, the American Urological Association (AUA). With a long history in Baltimore, the AUA offers a wealth of resources for practitioners around the world, and for the community at large.
The AUA was originally founded in 1902, and moved to Baltimore in 1952. Over the years, AUA has grown to more than 18,000 members worldwide. To accommodate that growth, the AUA staff has expanded as well, and its offices grew to encompass three buildings on a historic block of North Charles St. before moving to Linthicum, Md. in October 2003.
The association’s evolution over the century has been fueled by its mission: to promote the highest standards of urological clinical care through education, research and the formulation of health care policy. To that end, AUA provides for physician education through publications, seminars and an annual convention that attracts more than 15,000 attendees from around the world. The AUA is also responsible for the pu...blication of The Journal of Urology, which is produced from the AUA headquarters office, and serves subscribers around the globe.
To ensure urology’s interests are effectively represented before policymakers, members of the AUA Government Relations & Advocacy Department frequently meet with Congressional members and staff as well as key government agencies to promote the highest standards of patient care through the formulation of health care policy. The AUA, as a leading advocate for the specialty of urology, operates in both regional and national arenas, working on Capitol Hill to advocate key issues affecting urologists. UROPAC is the bi-partisan political action committee (PAC) for members of the AUA and the American Association of Clinical Urologists.
The AUA headquarters also houses the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History, an intriguing collection of medical instruments and illustrations dating back to the 17th century. Since its establishment in 1972, the center has benefited from many generous donations, and today the museum’s collection includes drawings, memorabilia, and urologic instruments and texts donated by physicians around the world, as well as a library and archives. Some of the most remarkable items include cystoscopes dating back to 1890, a silver catheter designed by Benjamin Franklin for his brother, and an international collection of postage stamps featuring prominent physicians and medical themes.