Specific responsibilities include:
Overseeing communications tactics that include:
social medical community management,
AAFP online community management,
execution of the student choice marketing campaign,
primary responsibility for 200+ web pages of AAFP.org content targeted toward medical students and faculty,
developing and maintaining handouts, brochures, and other promotional pieces,
and serving as media buyer for student interest advertising;
Managing and providing staff support to AAFP member work groups including medical students, residents, and family medicine faculty, some involving AAFP governance work;
Planning, project managing, and executing workshops and meetings;
Serving as a representative and voice of the AAFP and family medicine at conferences and exhibits;
Developing a deep knowledge of family medicine and the intricacies of medical education to address questions and concerns and inspire career interest and choice of family medicine;
Developing, tracking, evaluating, and improving comprehensive project plans for all AAFP student interest work.
This position requires autonomy and initiative, while collaborating with a core team that includes the student interest strategist and student interest administrative coordinator.
Other duties as assigned.
Applicants must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or through equivalent work experience, plus at least four years related experience. Required skills include project management, marketing and communications, very strong written and verbal communication skills, and demonstrated ability to successfully operationalize projects and programs with minimum oversight. Computer skills required include Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Adobe Acrobat Reader and Writer; familiarity with content management systems for websites, and familiarity with social media communication vehicles (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, RSS Feeds). Familiarity with medical education, medical students, or medical school setting helpful.