Develop and maintain the Institute for Organization Management (IOM) curriculum and professional development program and manage the Curriculum Committee.
Develop and maintain IOMâ€™s curriculum and professional development programs.
Oversee the Curriculum Committee and its curriculum.
Ensure that the two bodies of knowledge of the two professional certifications in the industry, CCE and CAE, are represented in the curriculum.
Direct logistics for the 100+ faculty including identifying and securing speakers, conducting interviews, handling reimbursements, and managing faculty contracts and budget.
Handle inquiries from current and potential IOM participants.
Develop communications materials.
Manage the blog and on-site app.
Coordinate the Curriculum Committee including managing volunteers, serving as an advisor to IOM participants, and ensuring adherence to governance guidelines, developing meeting materials, and performing research.
Bachelorâ€™s degree and 2-3 yearsâ€™ related experience.
Excellent verbal and written communications.
Strong time management and organization.
Ability to work well with others in a fast-paced team environment.
Flexibility to travel five weeks per year.
Proficiency in various social media platforms including MS Office. Experience with CVENT a plus.
Experience in adult education programs.
Familiarity with and an interest in chamber, association, or nonprofit organizations.
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