Responsible for the logistical management of all online webinars.
Coordinates with program Moderators to collect faculty materials, licensing agreements and presentation files.
Create title slides, script, evaluation and CME documentation to upload to PRC and Go-to-Webinar.
Complete test run of the platform prior to the broadcast with all faculty.
Run webinar the night of the broadcast – including staff introductions and closing remarks.
Coordinate follow up with faculty and prepare any evaluation notes for future.
Prepare editing notes for video editing.
Upload all webinars to PRC post event.
Oversee creation of enduring materials from completed webinars.
Complete regular content reviews with PRC Committee to ensure webinar content is appropriate for Enduring Material Modules
Annual Meeting and Course Registration & Logistics
Oversee attendee registration process for all courses, meetings, and webinars.
Assist Education Manager in overseeing on-site registration for the Annual Meeting.
Setup Annual Meeting and course registration portals for attendee and staff use.
Maintain appropriate records tracking registrations, registration rates, and other analytic data.
Coordinate with Exhibitor Consultant to process all exhibitor representative registrations and manage all lead retrieval companies (if appropriate).
Work with appropriate staff to order signage, badges, lanyards and other conference related items.
Prepare CME claim forms, enter credits into attendee records, prepare CME certificates and respond to transcript requests
Serve as main contact for customer service and support for the Education Department
Backup support for main telephone line
Other duties as assigned to support the Director of Meetings and Education
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree preferred
2-3 years' work experience, preferably in medical or association setting
Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, including proofreading
Must be detail-oriented
Must have strong customer service orientation
Must be team orientation, working interdependently with colleagues and volunteers
Must show good time management and organizational skills
Knowledge of and experience with learning management systems preferred.
Must enjoy a small office environment.
Must be able to develop and meet goals and on a timely basis
Must be able to travel 1-2 times per year.
Must be able to participate in evening conference calls, webinars and other programs 1-2 times per month
About American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society
The American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS), founded in 1969, is a medical specialty society comprised of more than 2,400 American and international orthopaedic surgeons (MD/DO), allied health professionals and researchers who specialize in the surgical and medical care of the foot and ankle. The AOFAS mission is improving lives through exceptional orthopedic foot and ankle care, and its vision is to be the world leader for foot and ankle education, research, innovation and advocacy.
The Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Foundation is a separate 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to support humanitarian service programs and AOFAS education and research activities.
AOFAS has a budget of $6 million and a staff of 17 FTE; the Foundation has a budget of $1.2 million. The society headquarters is located in Rosemont, Illinois along the CTA Blue