SCCM Careers

SCCM is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving care for the critically ill and injured through education, research and advocacy. Located in Mount Prospect, Illinois, we offer a professional, friendly, business casual work environment, with a competitive compensation and benefits package.

 

For consideration, send cover letters and resumes to humanresources@sccm.org.

SCCM offers a stimulating work environment and excellent benefits:
  • Generous paid vacation time
  • 12 paid holidays per year
  • Summer hours program
  • Medical, dental, short/long-term disability and life insurance
  • Matching 401(K)
  • Educational assistance
  • Performance-based incentive plan
  • Business casual office​

Associate Director of Education
February 2019

Primary Purpose
To ensure the development of SCCM's high-quality continuing education program that ultimately improves patient outcomes in compliance with Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and other regulatory bodies.

Responsibilities

  • Work with accreditation organizations and SCCM staff to develop educational program strategies and policies in compliance with regulations
  • Develop, implement, and document procedures to ensure the Society's compliance with regulatory bodies
  • Work closely with SCCM education managers to assist in resolving conflicts of interest
  • Work collaboratively with industry relations staff to ensure industry compliance with regulations for industry sponsorship activities
  • Responsible for development and distribution of content on the learning management system
  • Provide strategic recommendations, direction, and support to the development, coordination, and implementation of all continuing education/continuing medical education activities
  • Maintain current knowledge of research in critical care and adult education methodologies
  • Lead SCCM staff and volunteer member groups in development and implementation of benchmarking methodologies to determine the effectiveness of education programs
  • Support and coach 2-3 direct reports

Background

  • Master’s degree in education (preferred)
  • Certification in medical continuing education (preferred)
  • 5-7 years’ experience developing programs in the education field
  • Strong organization skills and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Previous supervisory experience required
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be able to embrace new technologies

Director of Marketing
February 2019

Primary Purpose

Develop, direct and manage the implementation of effective and comprehensive marketing, sales, and communications strategies.

Responsibilities

  1. Supervise and develop department staff (12 people, 6 direct reports) to enhance, expand, and coordinate marketing, sales and communications activities
  2. Develop a data-driven marketing, sales, and communication strategy for SCCM overall and for individual lines of business
  3. Responsible for revenue metrics for marketing, sales, and communications
  4. Analyze and develop effective marketing strategies based on thorough data analysis
  5. Design and implement sales strategies to meet all targets for SCCM licensed courses
  6. Insure a robust sales funnel for licensed courses
  7. Prepare and present sales performance reports and realistic forecasts for volunteer leaders and staff
  8. Develop and maintain industry relationships, host key industry sponsor activities, and secure major funding to support SCCM initiatives

Background

  1. Master's Degree in Marketing (preferred)
  2. 5-7 years’ experience in the leading Marketing in a mid-size organization
  3. Strong organization skills and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  4. Previous supervisory experience required, including coaching and developing staff
  5. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  6. Must be able to embrace new technologies
  7. Significant experience in data analysis and able to recommend and implement new strategies

Guidelines Manager
March 2019

Primary Purpose

Provides management, oversight, and support for development through publication of SCCM evidence-based clinical and administrative guidelines and practice statements. Works with subject matter experts, the ACCM Board of Regents, SCCM leadership and staff to design and produce the highest quality guidance thereby promoting clinical excellence.

Responsibilities

  1. Serves as primary staff support to coordinate processes for guidelines development and publication.
  2. Maintains compliance with all SCCM policies including those related to the development and execution of memorandum(s) of understanding.
  3. Investigates and coordinates guidelines development with external organizations.
  4. Supports the work of the ACCM Board of Regents to assure standard operating procedures and budgets are established, approved, and followed.
  5. Collaborates with volunteers and the SCCM internal team to build out tools for guidelines implementation.
  6. Maintains guidelines dashboard and updates project timelines.
  7. Maintains a positive attitude and professional approach to guidelines leadership, panels and internal team.
  8. Communicates barriers to guidelines leadership, the ACCM Board of Regents and Director for timely action and intervention.
  9. Shows commitment to and interest in continuous learning and process improvement related to guidelines development processes.

Background

  1. Bachelor's degree (BA or BS) with proficiency in editing manuscripts preferred
  2. Strong project management skills - certification preferred
  3. Advanced computer skills, including MS office applications
  4. 3-5 years' experience in guidelines lifecycle development
  5. Strong organizational and time management skills with ability to multitask
  6. Ability to provide leadership for large group meetings (in person and virtually)
  7. Ability to relate professionally to SCCM members