The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), a leading medical specialty society located in Bethesda, Maryland, is seeking a Meetings Coordinator to help the College further its mission.
The Meetings Coordinator will work with the Meetings Manager, and Vice President of Meetings and Exhibits to support the execution of educational conferences for the society. They will be responsible for various aspects of ACG’s Regional Courses and Annual Meeting, including but not limited to:
Assist with the creation and management of web-based registration pages
Manage incoming registrations and reconciliation for assigned Regional Courses
Responsible for multiple aspects of the registration process for the Annual Meeting
Works closely ACG Auxiliary Board to organize activities and tours during the Annual Meeting
Communicate and interact with association members, conference attendees and leadership on a regular basis via phone and e-mail correspondence
Facilitate exhibitor registration and communication for all Regional Courses
Coordinate creation of name badges, and shipment of all necessary materials for Regional Courses
Provide administrative support to the Executive Director for Board of Trustees meetings, conference calls, travel logistics and materials
Additional duties as assigned
Skills and Qualifications:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; knowledge of Microsoft Access or database management is a plus
Strong attention to detail, organization and time management skills
Some travel required
Competitive salary, benefits package including health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, and retirement plan. Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than 14,000 physicians from 82 countries are members of the ACG. Through annual scientific meetings, the American Journal of Gastroenterology, regional postgraduate training courses, on-line education, quality improvement initiatives and research grants, the ACG provides its members with the most accurate and up-to-date scientific information on digestive health and the etiology, symptomatolo...gy and treatment of GI disorders. ACG's advocacy in the public policy arenas, and the work of the ACG's 22 committees have made tremendous strides with many premiere accomplishments to improve the future of clinical gastroenterology and the quality of care available to patients with GI conditions and diseases, today. The information exchange and training acquired through College membership provide physicians with the knowledge necessary to offer the most effective patient care and to meet the challenges of today's changing health care system.