Careers at AMIA
The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) is the center of action for more than 4,000 healthcare professionals, informatics researchers and thought leaders in biomedicine, health care and science. AMIA is an unbiased, authoritative source within the informatics community and the healthcare industry. AMIA and its members are transforming health care through trusted science, education and practice in biomedical and health informatics.
AMIA is seeking a project coordinator to oversee the day-to-day operations of various assigned projects. This is an excellent opportunity to support both new and existing AMIA projects and contracts, assist with business development efforts, and advance AMIA’s policy initiatives. Working under the direction of the Vice President of Policy and Development, the project coordinator ensures that deliverables, work plans, meetings, filings, etc. are handled accurately, on time and within budget. S/he oversees activities for assigned projects such as maintaining schedules, managing tracking systems and processes, and developing and supporting the work of AMIA staff, subject matter experts, and committees. Regular interaction with staff, collaborative project teams and outside organizations is expected.
- Coordinates and documents project meetings
- Provides support for designated projects, contracts, grants, or cooperative agreements including development and dissemination of all project and/or resource materials
- Manages project and task scheduling and resource allocation
- Analyzes project-related data and information and prepares clearly-written and understandable reports that meet the needs of AMIA and fulfill reporting requirements
- Assists with planning and implementation of annual Hill Day, AMIA’s invitational health policy meeting and with public policy-related sessions at designated AMIA conferences
- Assists with the planning and implementation of business development and AMIA Industry Advisory Council events and teleconferences
- Participates in the crafting and submission of proposals, grant applications, contractor agreements and related documents
- Monitors project budgets, resources and timelines to ensure that expenditures and resource utilization are consistently aligned with forecasts
Required Experience and Skills:
- College degree required (work toward or completion of a PMP credential a plus)
- 2-3 years progressive project coordination work required; association experience a plus
- An understanding of project management principals
- Resourcefulness with excellent analytical, problem-solving and writing skills
- Ability to solve problems in a collaborative mode with an inclination to advance complex issues as needed
- Excellent MS Office skills
- Ability to work with all levels of staff including executive management
- Knowledge of non-profit/mission-driven organizations; an interest in healthcare, health information technology and informatics desired
AMIA is pleased to offer benefits that include fully paid medical, dental, long term disability, and life insurance in addition to a retirement program and an attractive paid leave plan. To be considered, candidates should respond with a resume and salary requirements to Phyllis Burchman at email@example.com. Please insert the job title in the subject line. Qualified candidates who are local to the Washington DC metro area will be contacted for interviews. No telephone calls will be accepted.
Web Design Internship
AMIA (the American Medical Informatics Association) is the center of action for more than 4,000 health care professionals, informatics researchers, and thought-leaders in biomedicine, health care and science. AMIA is an unbiased, authoritative source within the informatics community and the health care industry. AMIA and its members are transforming healthcare through trusted science, education, and practice in biomedical and health informatics.
AMIA is offering a web design internship for a student or young professional to gain experience (a) improving web graphics and HTML/CSS technique on Drupal CMS and Wordpress CMS, (b) redesigning AMIA's social networking sites, and (c) organizing and creating online communication materials such as email templates and online advertisements. The web design intern will improve his or her skills in Drupal website and graphic design while learning about the inner workings of a professional nonprofit organization. The intern will be supervised by the web/online developer.
- Coordinate workflow operations with the web/online developer to create new web pages with graphics on Drupal CMS
- Work closely with the marketing team to create clean and creative email templates for online communications
- Learn site analytics and help track and monitor social media presence
- Other duties as assigned
Requirements & Skills:
- College degree or some college completed
- Knowledge of Drupal and Wordpress, or other comparable web design platforms
- Capability to communicate status and problems clearly and be able to effectively communicate and work within a team environment
- Strong critical thinking skills
- Intuitive research abilities and familiarity with a variety of web-based research tools and resources
The ideal candidate would be an undergraduate with the ability to spend 4-5 days (20 hours a week) in our Bethesda, MD office, which is a short walk from the Bethesda metro stop. Duration is 3 months (13 weeks) with the potential to extend once for an additional 13 weeks.
- Small monthly stipend
- Academic credit can be arranged
- Hours: 20 hours/week
Submit a resume and web-based portfolio of design samples via e-mail to Miyoung@amia.org along with a list of online portfolio. In the subject line, please write "WEB DESIGN INTERN."