AAOE has experienced strong growth in programs and services the past few years, allowing the addition of staff in strategic areas and providing other staff with internal mobility to develop new areas of interest and expertise. Now, as we’re planning future opportunities, we recognize the need for additional staff to help support, manage, direct, and grow with us.
In a comparison of those needs to current staffing, we have identified key responsibilities in the foundational areas of educational programming and membership development that require focused attention. We know that one person might not have the skills and experience to do it all. Or maybe you do. The door is open for you.
If you are interested in an opportunity to create your ideal position, tell us what you can do. Which key responsibilities could you fulfill? Where would your skills and experience apply? Where could you take AAOE?
Tell us in your cover letter what you could, would, and should do. Explain your experience, relevant projects, goals, and even dreams. Let’s create your position together!
To help you get started, these are some of things we’ve thought of related to education:
Work with volunteers and staff to develop a core education curriculum for orthopaedic practice executives. Our members run the business side of orthopaedics. Note that very few are physicians.
Develop and apply a working knowledge of the educational needs to selection of appropriate and effective programming. The ability to synthesize session information into a cohesive educational program is critical.
Manage the implementation of the education curriculum for the AAOE Annual Conference and the webinar program.
Integrate new and innovate learning strategies and educational formats.
Manage the continuing education program through a variety of credentialing organizations.
Develop and oversee distribution of communications to announce and promote educational programs throughout the year. You would work closely with our communication specialist on this.
And these are some things related to membership:
Develop, implement, and oversee membership strategy and engagement. This would include member recruitment, member onboarding, and annual renewal planning.
Develop and oversee distribution of communications to announce and promote member programs throughout the year. You would work closely with our communication specialist.
Promote and directly manage membership benefits, including things like the career center, online marketplace, mentoring program, volunteer program, etc.
Serve as direct point of contact for prospective and current member inquiries.
Represent AAOE at small and large events to evangelize about the association.
Some places talk about passion and drive, but we actually live it each day. We are a small team of professionals who share a passion for building the AAOE by providing the best industry resources and support possible for our members. We are driven by the tremendous opportunities for growth of the organization and for all team members willing to help us get there.
Our team culture thrives with big doses of interaction. If you have experience working remotely, be sure you tell us about that, too. The option to telecommute will be considered for the right candidate.
Are you a motivated team player looking to grow yourself? Would you thrive in an environment where your strengths are leveraged and your weaknesses are opportunities for development? If so, we might be a good fit for each other. We have high expectations of ourselves and of each other. We are goal-oriented, work hard to ensure our own success and that of the team, and we don’t forget to take time to celebrate and reward our wins.
AAOE is the only orthopaedic-management specific association developed exclusively for orthopaedic practice executives and is dedicated to providing education and resources to orthopaedic practice executives and their staff members.