PRIMARY FUNCTION/PURPOSE: Reporting to the Executive Director, Programs Manager on a part-time basis will perform a wide range of activities that help raise awareness of LCSD in the community. The Programs Manager will support operations, educational programs, and special events for the organization by performing administrative and support work. We are a virtual office so telecommuting is a necessity. Access to the internet and your own computer with updated memory and operational system is a requirement. Flexible schedule.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
- Support educational activities through collateral materials, such as brochures, fundraising materials, invitations etc., speaking solicitation; phone calls; and mailings for programs
- Assist with the planning and logistics for Webinars for patients, care givers and allied professions in both English and Spanish, Liver Debate programs, and any other out-reach educational events
- Secure presenters, review presenter materials, coordinate with moderators and/or CE issuance agencies to ensure appropriate compliance
- Contribute to the public relations and marketing strategies and implementation that support educational activities, including web-based and live programs when appropriate and including all communications
- Ensure all speakers at programs are adequately vetted for expertise through Medical Advisory Council (MAC) members or other recognized liver specialist
- Interact with Board and Committee members as assigned including support staff for the Affiliated Medical Advisory Council (AMAC)
- Manage all planning timelines for programs and maintain current and accurate budgetary records and databases
- Provide input to the Executive Director and Operations Manager during annual budget planning process
- Adhere to special program goals, meeting participation and sponsorship targets
- Organize and attend community events and opportunities as requested occasionally on nights and weekends
- Perform administrative tasks necessary by assisting with logistics, planning, communications, and database building and updates for the organization
- Research and gather information and build databases as requested
- General office operations: keep track of all acknowledgements and written memorials to program participants and attendees; updating and manage databases
- Performs other duties as required to meet the needs of the Liver Coalition of San Diego
EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and experience required.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum two years of office-related experience preferred. Interest in patient advocacy, community service, education, development, and public relations a plus. Experience with eTapestry or other-online database preferred.