The Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) is launching an e-Learning initiative, the “SNO Academy”, to deliver education to our physician membership. SNO has created a new staff position, “Academy Manager,” who will be responsible for the successful development, implementation, promotion, and ongoing operation of SNO’s Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver on-line Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses and non-CME webinars for the SNO Academy. The Academy Manager will work closely with physician course directors, course planning committees, faculty, administrative leadership and other members of the SNO team. The Academy Manager will also be responsible for data tracking, reporting, evaluations and following CME guidelines as appropriate.
The Academy Manager will serve as the SNO staff lead to launch and then manage the day-to-day operations of the SNO Academy, which includes working with program planning committees and developing content. Specific responsibilities include:
Work with SNO staff and SNO leadership to build the Academy on the EthosCE LMS platform.
Actively participate in and coordinate all aspects of a launch plan for the Academy.
Serve as the staff lead in the development of marketing and promotional efforts to announce the Academy to SNO members.
Manage the transition of existing electronic content from the SNO website into the Academy.
Work with the SNO Registrar to establish a fee structure, subscription/module pricing and single sign on.
Work with educational leadership to design and implement CME courses and non-CME webinars.
Manage faculty recruitment and training.
Evaluate course outcomes with the goal of improving patient care.
Serve as the interface and communications link between the educational leadership and SNO members.
Develop promotional and marketing materials for Academy products.
Assist in the development of grant and/or collaboration deliverables.
Respond to the member queries pertaining to the Academy.
Ensure adherence to ACCME guidelines for courses with CME.
Other duties as assigned by the SNO leadership
Skills and Abilities
Excellent writing skills with expertise in proofreading and attention to detail
Excellent organizational skills, including setting priorities in work assignments, managing projects, and following up on assignments with minimal direction
Ability to efficiently handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail
Proven record of successful project and budget management
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively, efficiently, and professionally with individuals at all levels of the organization
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Resourcefulness, initiative and creativity valued
Team player with a positive attitude, enthusiastic energy and ability to have fun with team members
Bachelor’s degree or above required
Masters level degree a plus
Association experience, particularly in a medical society, preferred
Experience in LMS project management required
Experience with EthosCD a plus
Experience with webinar software platforms a plus
Experience in continuing medical education (CME) and curriculum design a plus
Additional Salary Information: SNO offers competitive compensation (commensurate with experience) and benefits that include paid vacation and sick leave, medical insurance stipend, and a retirement savings matching plan.
SNO is an equal opportunity employer. No person shall be discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, physical handicaps, marital status, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, political affiliation, or any other category that is legally protected. Professionals from groups that are Underrepresented in Medicine (URM) are strongly encouraged to apply.
About Society for Neuro-Oncology
Established in 1995, the Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) is a professional organization of physicians and allied health professionals dedicated to promoting advances in neuro-oncology (brain tumors) through research and education. There are 2500 active members of SNO, hailing from over 40 countries around the globe. Held each year in November, the SNO Annual Meeting is the world’s leading conference dedicated to brain tumor research. SNO also organizes smaller conferences on specialized topics throughout the year. In addition to conferences and events, SNO publishes the three leading peer-reviewed journals on the subject of neuro-oncology.