Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #247

The Society of Family Planning (SFP) and the SFP Research Fund (SFPRF) strive for just and equitable
Nonprofit Remote Digest
Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #247
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The Society of Family Planning (SFP) and the SFP Research Fund (SFPRF) strive for just and equitable abortion and contraception, which is informed by science.

Professional Services
Clinical Resources Coordinator
We seek an experienced and dedicated project coordinator to implement strategies to support the adoption of evidence-based clinical practice and to provide ongoing continuing medical education opportunities to our members. This is a remote position and open to candidates living in the US that are within one hour of a major airport. It is anticipated that the person in this position will travel approximately 25% of the time. This position reports to the Senior Clinical Affairs Manager.
Specific responsibilities
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
1)   Clinical practice improvement implementation— 40%
Activities include, but are not limited to:
  • With the Clinical Affairs team, implementing programs to respond to the clinical practice challenges identified by our members and partner organizations,
  • Creating resources to support clinicians in translating evidence and clinical practice guidance into clinical care, and
  • Identifying and connecting members to trainings on best clinical and medical education practices in abortion and contraception care.
2)   Continuing medical education program coordination— 50%
Activities include, but are not limited to:
  • Coordinating the ACCME Application process for accreditation of the Society as a CME provider,
  • Developing systems for awarding CME, including compliance with regulatory and reporting standards,
  • Serving as primary contact for CME inquiries from members, partner organizations, and with ACCME accrediting bodies,
  • Creating system for tracking CME awarded,
  • Working directly with Events and Membership teams in program development and compliance with CME requirements, and
  • Identifying opportunities for the Society to offer CME outside of the Annual Meeting.
3)   Support clinical affairs program— 10%
Activities include, but are not limited to:
  • Supporting data collection efforts by the Clinical Affairs team about clinical practice needs of members and partners and generate recommendations for clinical affairs program development,
  • Working with the Senior Clinical Affairs manager to create synergy between clinical affairs programs, including the Abortion Clinical Research Network, clinical practice guidelines, and continuing medical education, with an eye toward supporting delivery of evidence-based care, and
  • Supporting the implementation of new projects across the clinical affairs division.
  • Two to five years of experience with family planning clinical practice and project coordination
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with clinicians and researchers
  • Exceptional eye for detail, including strong skills in copy editing, collating information from multiple sources, and identifying errors
  • High level of computer literacy, including confidence using Google Apps, Dropbox, Zoom, Slack, Word, Excel, and Adobe PDF software tools
  • Flexibility and ability to nimbly adapt to emergent evaluation learnings or organizational priorities
  • Highly developed judgment, decision-making, and problem recognition and resolution skills
  • Exemplary interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and with remote teams; must live within an hour of a major airport
  • Willingness to pitch in as needed; we are a small nonprofit and everyone contributes
  • Commitment to our organizational vision, missions, and programs
How to Apply
Interested candidates should submit a resume and one page-response answering both of the following questions within that page: 1) What do you consider to be the greatest challenges clinicians face when implementing evidence-based reproductive health care? What are examples of specific things a successful continuing medical education program could provide to equip clinicians to meet the challenges of providing evidence based reproductive health care? 2) Describe a time you worked to support the success of a colleague or a partner organization and two key lessons you learned in the process. There is no need to also include a traditional cover letter. Application materials should be submitted by email to Dr. Mary Tschann at [email protected] with the subject line “Clinical Resources Coordinator” by December 13, 2019. No phone calls please.
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