Director, Clinical Guideline Development & Dissemination
American Gastroenterological Association
Location: Bethesda, MD or/ Remote
Type: Full Time
Salary: $100,000 - $115,000
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
POSITION TITLE: Director, Clinical Guideline Development and Dissemination
REPORTS TO: Vice President, Practice and Quality
SUMMARY: Support the work of the AGA Institute by overseeing the development of clinical guidelines, tools, programs for implementation, and special initiatives. The position serves as staff liaison to the Clinical Guidelines Committee to identify current and upcoming clinical issues and trends and assist AGA staff in the formulation, coordination, and implementation of relevant organizational policies, programs, services, and products.
WHY WORK AT AGA?
We care about our core values: innovative, engaged, collaborative, open, inclusive.
We value work-life balance and provide generous time off.
Market competitive compensation plus 7% employer contribution to retirement plan.
Remote or hybrid work environment. Staff in the DMV report to the Bethesda, Maryland office once per week.
Comprehensive health care benefits at a reasonable cost.
Duties and Responsibilities
Organize and implement the development of the AGA Institute’s practice-related programs and products, including guidelines, care pathways, clinical programs and initiatives, point-of-care decision-making tools, and other related products.
Serve as content expert for the development of new educational programs and products for clinicians and patients related to AGA guidelines in collaboration with Communications, Corporate Relations, and Education staff.
Serve as project manager for all projects that fall under the purview of clinical guidelines.
Manage all contractor related work.
Establish, monitor, and achieve financial and programmatic goals in tandem with Vice President of Practice and Quality.
Work closely with the committee chairs for strategic planning, new dissemination projects, cross-committee collaborations, and growth planning.
Lead and organize quarterly Clinical Guideline Committee meetings.
Develop agenda, minutes, prepare requested reports, and draft slides for committee meetings with direction from the Vice President, Practice and Quality and committee chairs.
Provide regular management updates to the Vice President, Practice and Quality, CGC committee chairs, AGA staff, the editor(s) of?Gastroenterology?and?Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology,?and Governing Board members on the progress of AGA guidelines and related educational programs.
Fulfill other duties as assigned commensurate with the scope and responsibility of this position.
Master’s degree or Bachelor’s degree in a health related field preferred.
2-3 years’ experience in healthcare research and/or guideline process development required.
2-3 years’ supervisory experience required.
Advanced proficiency with computers and MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
Project management experience preferred.
Interest in health care policy/administration preferred.
Evidence-based research and/or guideline background strongly preferred.
Experience working with volunteer leaders, particularly physicians.
The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) is the trusted voice of the GI community. Founded in 1897, AGA has grown to include more than 16,000 members from around the globe who are involved in all aspects of the science, practice and advancement of gastroenterology.