Primary purpose: This position provides management, oversight, and support for development through publication of SCCM evidence-based clinical and administrative guidelines and practice statements. Works with subject matter experts, the ACCM Board of Regents, SCCM leadership and staff to design and produce the highest quality guidance thereby promoting clinical excellence.
Serves as primary staff support to coordinate processes for guidelines development and publication.
Maintains compliance with all SCCM policies including those related to the development and execution of memorandum(s) of understanding.
Investigates and coordinates guidelines development with external organizations.
Supports the work of the ACCM Board of Regents to assure standard operating procedures and budgets are established, approved, and followed.
Collaborates with volunteers and the SCCM internal team to build out tools for guidelines implementation.
Maintains guidelines dashboard and updates project timelines.
Maintains a positive attitude and professional approach to guidelines leadership, panels and internal team.
Communicates barriers to guidelines leadership, the ACCM Board of Regents and Director for timely action and intervention.
Shows commitment to and interest in continuous learning and process improvement related to guidelines development processes.
Bachelor’s degree (BA or BS) with proficiency in editing manuscripts preferred
Advanced computer skills, including MS office applications
3-5 years’ experience in guidelines lifecycle development
Strong organizational and time management skills with ability to multitask
Ability to provide leadership for large group meetings (in person and virtually)
Ability to relate professionally to SCCM members
About Society of Critical Care Medicine
The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is the largest multi-professional organization dedicated to ensuring excellence and consistency in the practice of critical care medicine. With 16,000 members in 80 countries, SCCM is the only organization that represents all professional components of the critical care team. The Society offers a variety of activities that promote excellence in patient care, education, research, and advocacy. SCCM has a staff of 75 people based in Mt Prospect,IL and maintains a budget of $20M.