SUPERVISOR Associate Vice President Membership and Leadership Development
Leads the development and implementation of the grant-funded TMA Leadership College. This includes grant tracking and reporting, development of marketing materials, design, research, continuous evaluation and improvement of leadership programs. Responsible for cost-effectiveness of program, logistics, management of all meetings, and delivering on follow up. Demonstration of performance will require regular reporting including reviewing the trend of expenses, number of participants, and providing leadership and service positions via TMA Boards, Councils, and Committees and other opportunities.
Additionally, this position includes serving as staff to one or more of TMA’s representative sections; e.g., TMA’s Resident Fellow (RFS) and Young Physician (YPS) Sections. This position assists in the development and implementation of all recruitment and retention marketing activities and programs for the Association.
1. Develop and facilitate physician leadership development activities, meeting needs along their career continuum and addressing unique needs of various audiences.
2. Use available information to develop and implement leadership and section program activities, projects and meetings, pursue new business, and ensure return on investment of strategy. These may be in the areas of:
a. meeting preparation and staffing
b. membership recruitment and retention
c. budget review and management
d. data queries, analysis and follow up
e. measurement, tracking and reporting on membership and programs
f. data updates and clean up
g. visibility and outreach
h. marketing, correspondence, and collateral development and deployment
3. Work across the association to ensure the value of membership is represented, member service opportunities are timely and relevant, and current issues are appropriately leveraged for marketing efforts.
4. Maintain national, state and local market relationships and presence, including travel to county medical societies, academic health centers, and physician groups.
5. Perform other related duties as directed or required.
No current supervisory responsibility.
Duties are performed independently to achieve assigned objectives; however, methods and procedures may not be specifically defined. Instead, assignments are usually defined in terms of broad objectives and functions rather than specific tasks. Employee may be required to develop or research appropriate strategies to be used to achieve assigned objectives and work with others to implement.
GENERAL QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Knowledge and Experience: Bachelor’s degree required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Association and/or Leadership program experience a plus. Knowledge of the medical field and profession helpful.
Skills and Abilities:
Must meet deadlines, be self-motivated, skilled at multi-tasking, well organized and able to plan work which requires evaluating facts to determine courses of action. Strong oral, written and electronic communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Cross-divisional coordination and effective communication with other professionals required and essential to success. Ability to adapt quickly to changing environment and demonstrate both independent and collaborative judgment needed. Must be skilled in customer relations, marketing and messaging development and implementation.
The position requires occasional travel and flexibility for occasional work before and after normal business hours.
About Texas Medical Association
Who Is TMA?
The Texas Medical Association was organized by 35 physicians in 1853 to serve the people of Texas in matters of medical care, prevention and cure of disease, and the improvement of public health. Today, with more than 43,000 physician and medical student members, TMA's vision is still to "improve the health of all Texans." TMA supports Texas physicians by providing distinctive solutions to the challenges they encounter in the care of patients.