The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) is a thriving professional medical society dedicated to optimizing patient care and improving lives through minimally invasive, image-guided treatments. Located in Fairfax, Virginia, SIR represents one of the most innovative, exciting and competitive specialties in medicine today.
SIR is a 501(c)(6) professional association that supports more than 8,100 interventional radiology physicians, trainees, medical students, scientists and clinical professionals. SIR is also comprised of SIR's 501(c)(3) Foundation, which focuses on research and fundraising to advance the future of interventional radiology. Together SIR and SIR Foundation have nearly 50 staff, combined annual revenues of $12.6 million, and assets of nearly $17 million.
SIR is looking for an experienced and detail-oriented coordinator to facilitate the work within our Guidelines and Statements department. In this role, you will support the team by assisting in the day to day work of the department by undertaking a variety of administrative and project management tasks, including scheduling and managing meeting logistics, handling communications with our members, and collecting and organizing important department documents. You will be an integral part in ensuring that our department operations run smoothly.
The ideal candidate for this role is great with details, deadlines and documentation. Most importantly, you are organized and have excellent oral and written communication skills. You are comfortable working within a small team, but also collaborating with large groups. You are curious and always looking for ways to bring creative solutions to improve departmental workflows.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Department Coordinator supports the Guidelines and Statements department as needed and directed by the Director of Clinical Guidelines and Standards.
SECONDARY FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements
Small, fast paced open office environment with moderate noise levels. Use of phones and computers for extended periods of time. Utilize office equipment and communication technologies for conference calls and teleconference meetings/webinars. Requires general mobility to move through the facility. Ability to lift up to 25 pounds. Frequent interaction with internal staff and physician members/board via phone, in person, email and other mediums. Normal sitting and standing activities for an office environment. Some travel primarily for Annual Membership.
Special note regarding COVID-19 : Candidates for the Department Coordinator position are expected to work from home during the next few months and may have flexibility to continue to work from home as we transition back to the office.
SIR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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