Schaumburg Business Association

Quality Communications Specialist

American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.
Job Description
With its offices in the Chicagoland area and in the nation’s capital, ASA’s goals are far-reaching: We aim to be the best medical society in the world by offering superior educational opportunities and resources for its members. After more than 110 years of existence, ASA still constantly looks to redefine itself.  And, we can only do this with the help of skilled, motivated people. We’re looking for highly talented, member-centric people to join our team…and grow with us!
Position Summary:

The Quality Communications Specialist is responsible for identifying and developing ongoing Quality-related communication and educational resources to help practices/groups navigate AQI’s product and service offerings.
Position Responsibilities:
  • Assess and organize complex technical information related to Quality reporting, MACRA, and CMS.
  • Conduct research and work with subject matter experts to fill in gaps in material and rework technical information.
  • Identify needs and develop coherent content used to create various Quality-related information including: education and training, presentations, website/social media information, marketing materials, podcasts, and listserv communication.
  • Increase publicity for AQI through ASA Newsletters, ASAP, component society websites/newsletters, and meetings including COPM, and ASA Annual Meeting.
  • Assist in the production and distribution of news releases, announcements, educational and other public and media materials as needed.
  • Develop, manage, and maintain AQI website content utilizing the content management system. This includes public and Members Only pages.
  • Develop and edit all content for electronic communications.
  • Manage, maintain, enhance, and monitor AQI social media presence.
  • Track AQI in the media and report on monthly.
Position Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • Minimum 3 years of related experience required. Experience in the areas of Communications, Health Policy, and/or Research preferred.
  • Previous association experience preferred.
  • Computer proficiency with MS Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
  • Strong writing background required. Must be able to write, edit and proof scientific text.
  • Knowledge of medical/scientific-related terms and literature is critical.
  • Able to organize, prioritize and coordinate tasks; monitor the progress of tasks and projects, and provide follow-up to supervisor.
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