AMDA promotes and enhance the development of competent, compassionate, and committed medical practitioners and leaders to provide goal-centered care across all post-acute and long-term care settings.
Dedicated to defining and improving quality, we advance our mission through timely professional development, evidence-based clinical guidance, and tireless advocacy on behalf of members, patients, families, and staff.
The Project Manager works closely with the Clinical Affairs Director providing high-quality comprehensive and strategic operational support to accomplish department objectives.
Primary responsibilities include:
Assist in developing and executing project plans identifying areas of concerns and conducting follow up to ensure projects move smoothly
Proactively supporting work-groups and committees, including developing meeting schedules, creating agendas, taking minutes, collaborating with and supporting internal and external groups and volunteers.
Maintaining all project timelines, budgets and evaluations, tracking important key financial information
Addressing unexpected events and problem-solving
Preparing, managing, and moderating in-person meetings
Support the team with administrative tasks and project management related to committees, vendors and travel arrangements for grant and non-grant activities
Manage project logistics on- and off-site;
Understand and respond to customer inquiries regarding clinical products
Excellent project management skills; can manage complex timelines and multiple projects
Detail oriented, strong administrative and organizational skills with the ability to carry out tasks with minimal supervision
Manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment
Excellent interpersonal skills; communicate effectively and efficiently with co-workers and members
Commitment to professionalism with the ability to work effectively under pressure
Proficient in Microsoft office applications
Additional Salary Information: competitive salary and benefits including 1 day/week telecommuting
About AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine
AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine is the only medical specialty society representing the community of over 50,000 medical directors, physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other practitioners working in the various post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) settings. The Society’s 5,500 members work in skilled nursing facilities, long-term care and assisted living communities, CCRCs, home care, hospice, PACE programs, and other settings.
Vision - A world in which all post-acute and long-term care patients and residents receive the highest-quality, compassionate care for optimum health, function, and quality of life.