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Data Analytics Manager

The American Urological Association is the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care. We are actively recruiting for a Data Analytics Manager/Statistician.

This Data Analytics Manager/Statistician position will be expanding utilization and analysis of existing data resources, transitioning existing AUA data resources into marketable and/or high-impact products and services, and generating knowledge for broad dissemination. Provides expertise and experience in data analysis and statistical modeling to support clinical research and health outcomes research; Responsible for analyzing data to identify patterns and trends and assists with identification of evidence-based products; Assists in the analysis of primary and secondary data utilizing existing databases from the AUA quality (AQUA) registry, AUA annual census, federal government agencies and other health organizations.

The successful candidate will have:

  • PhD or Master's Degree in statistics, biostatistics, economics, or other related discipline with a strong quantitative research focus
  • Two years (with a PhD) or five years (with Master's Degree) of post-graduate, full-time work experience in statistical analysis and/or statistical consulting required
  • Theoretical fluency and a working proficiency in the application of a broad array of statistical methods such as description and inferential statistics, multivariate regression, clustering, predictive modeling, forecasting, and data mining
  • Experience in using large, complex health related datasets such as clinical data, health insurance claims, electronic health records, health administrative databases, and national health surveys desired
  • High-quality and detail-oriented self-motivator with a good working attitude and the ability to accomplish multiple tasks while effectively managing time constraints. Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines in a collaborative and fast-paced work environment
  • Skillful in analyzing and drawing conclusions from imperfect data sources while clearly articulating assumptions
  • Ability to interpret and summarize results of various analyses in a timely and meaningful way
  • Proficient in one or more statistical analysis programs such as SPSS, SAS, R or other data mining tools
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Demonstrates a consistent and high degree of professionalism, enthusiasm, autonomy and initiative
  • Outstanding written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.
  • May be required to work some evenings and weekends and to travel occasionally.

AUA offers a rich total compensation package including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, both defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, flexible work schedules, an on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association - fax a resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Randi Cremmins, Human Resources Manager, 410-689-3830, or by email to hr@AUAnet.org.

Statistical Analyst

The American Urological Association is the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care. We are actively recruiting for a Statistical Analyst.

The Statistical Analyst is responsible for analyzing clinical, health outcome and health workforce data in order to support practice and the profession of urology and improve patient outcomes and public health.The incumbent will analyze primary and secondary data utilizing existing databases from the AUA Quality (AQUA) Registry, AUA annual census, federal government agencies and other health organizations. This work will produce a variety of documents (technical reports, abstracts and manuscripts, position papers, slide sets, talking points, and summaries of data) for knowledge dissemination on key issues of interest to urology. Duties also include the development of AUA data infrastructure and data registry.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in statistics, math, economics or other disciplines with strong quantitative training required
  • One year (with a Master's degree) or two years (with a Bachelor's degree) of full-time work experience in statistical analysis and/or statistical consulting required
  • Experience in using large, complex health related databases such as clinical data, health insurance claims, electronic health records, health administrative databases, and national health surveys desired
  • Familiarity with one or more statistical programs such as SPSS, R, SAS or other data mining tools
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
  • High-quality and detail-oriented self-motivator with a good working attitude and the ability to accomplish multiple tasks while effectively managing time constraints. Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines in a collaborative and fast-paced work environment
  • May be required to work some evenings and weekends and to travel occasionally

AUA offers a rich total compensation package including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, both defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, flexible work schedules, an on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association - fax a resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Randi Cremmins, Human Resources Manager, 410-689-3830, or by email to hr@AUAnet.org.

Education Specialist (Governance & Accreditation)

The American Urological Association (AUA), the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care, is seeking a professional Administrative Assistant, in our Governance & Accreditation department, to join our dedicated Office of Education team in producing top-quality educational opportunities for physicians.

This exciting, full-time position is responsible for assisting the manager in adhering to the ACCME policies that are relevant to the AUA, as well as to the Accreditation with Commendation Criteria and the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support by reviewing documentation including, programs, agendas, and disclosures. Assists with the content review process and the Content Review Workgroup meetings by maintaining an accurate list of active content reviewers and content review schedules. Assists the manager to collect and report metrics from needs assessments and other outcomes measurement tools for Office of Education (OE) education initiatives. Supports the manager with the Education Committees and Workgroups meetings and special projects.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Associate degree required. Bachelor's degree preferred;
  • Minimum of 1 year in medical education preferred;
  • Working knowledge of ACCME accreditation;
  • Proficient level of Microsoft Office Suite including Word and Excel;
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment, ensuring deadlines are met;
  • Ability to organize and track documentations for multiple projects;
  • Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills (written and oral), including attention to detail;
  • Takes initiative and has willingness to take ownership for assigned work;
  • Must be flexible and customer focused, with excellent telephone etiquette;
  • Professional attitude and appearance required;
  • Familiarity with non-profits/medical associations/medical terminology a plus;
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of AUA/OE team;
  • Must be available for occasional weekend and/or extended hours as required.

AUA offers a rich total compensation package including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, both defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, flexible work schedules, an on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association - fax a resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Tonia Taylor, Human Resources Generalist, 410-689-3842, or by email to hr@AUAnet.org.

Data Development & Services Manager

The American Urological Association is the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care. We are actively recruiting a Data Development & Services Manager in our Information Services Department.

The Data Development & Services Manager will be responsible for managing all data processing activities and system integrations of the organization within the context of the AUA association management system (AMS) and enterprise business applications. Coordinates and facilitates the ongoing development of all AMS integrations, customization, and application development deliverables; Performs database performance tuning, database mirroring, backup & recovery, and monitors security; Performs logical and physical database design; Designs and implements business applications; Manages all new product development, including the customizations to existing modules in AMS; Responds to staff requests to explore and review new systems applications or to pursue new developments that will improve existing operating systems.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • Working knowledge of object-orientated methodology, SQL, XML, web and data services, and ETL processes required
  • Experience with Crystals Reports 8.5 or Higher required, Crystal Reports 11 considered a plus
  • A minimum of 2 years' experience developing in Visual Studio .NET C# required
  • Requires 2 - 5 years' experience programming in Microsoft development environment (VB, C++)
  • Knowledge of full life cycle development required
  • Business experience with CRM, financial, broadcast messaging, eCommerce applications, or Association Management software solutions preferred
  • Demonstrated skills in technical documentation
  • Experience with Personify a plus
  • Well-organized with ability to document procedures and keep clear, thorough records
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • Ability to travel occasionally

AUA offers a rich total compensation package including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, both defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, flexible work schedules, an on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association - fax a resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Randi Cremmins, Human Resources Manager, 410-689-3830, or by email to hr@AUAnet.org.

Executive Coordinator – Education and Meetings

The American Urological Association is the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care. We are actively recruiting an experienced Executive Coordinator – Education and Meetings.

Responsibilities include providing executive level administrative support for Executive Vice President (EVP), Education & Meetings as well as project management across the three departments (Conventions & Meetings, Education and International Programs). Coordinates and/or manages selected projects such as live OE courses, annual meeting programs and international activities. Provides administrative support to the Chair of Education and interacts regularly with the Director of Education and Senior Managers of Conventions & Meetings and International Programs. Works on special projects related to the Annual Meeting such as the mobile app, Portuguese Urology Program, competitive show research, other medical specialty society research, ROI, etc. Serves as main contact when EVP is not in the office.

The successful candidate will possess an Associates degree, preferably a Bachelor’s degree and four to five years proven senior level administrative experience. Candidate must also be advanced in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and email. Strong typing skills (45 - 50 wpm). Must have excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Project management skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills including editing and proofing skills. Availability to travel to the Annual Meeting.

AUA offers a rich total compensation package including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, both defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, flexible work schedules, an on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.

Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association – fax a resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Tonia Taylor, Human Resources Generalist, 410-689-3842, or by email to hr@AUAnet.org.

Director of Human Resources

The American Urological Association (AUA) is the premier association for the advancement of urologic patient care. We are actively recruiting a Director of Human Resources. This position will work in the Linthicum, MD headquarters office.

The Director of Human Resources reports to the Chief Executive Officer. The Director develops and implements human resource strategy, develops, researches and writes policies and programs; provides strategic thinking and direction to the organization; oversees HR staff and coordinates human resource activities, such as employment, compensation, employee relations, benefits, recruiting, training, and employee services for a not for profit with over $200 million in assets and 160+ FTE's; complies with regulatory requirements and studies new and existing legislation.

The successful candidate:

  • Master's degree in HR, business administration or equivalent (ten years) related experience.
  • Ten years in an executive management role.
  • Effective leadership communication skills from staff level to board of directors.
  • Proficient computer, organization and presentation skills.
  • Ability to develop strategy, implement changes and advise management.
  • Analytical skills to perform research, implement solutions, manage special projects, problem solve, anticipate and plan for change.
  • Expertise in regulatory HR issues, policy development and training and enforcement of internal policies.
  • Ability to mentor and supervise staff, to serve as an organization role model and to develop professional relationships.
  • HRCI, SPHR or PHR certification desired.

The Director should also be/have:

  • A proven strategic thinker who can develop, research and execute AUA's policies and procedures.
  • A strong commitment to the services provided by HR.
  • A proven track record of being able to work and collaborate with individuals from entry level staff to Leadership.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and a proven aptitude for HR programs that will promote AUA's culture and mission.
  • Mastery of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other office suite programs.
  • Experience in managing and overseeing an HR department.

We seek a self-starter of the highest integrity who has the proven ability to demonstrate effective leadership in HR.

AUA offers a rich total compensation package including competitive salary, medical dental and prescription plans, two-defined contribution retirement plans, flexible work schedules, an on-site fitness center and many more exciting benefits.

Make a decision to join our outstanding team at the American Urological Association – fax resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Human Resources, fax 410-689-3830 or submit via email to hr@AUAnet.org.

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