Support the work of the AGA Institute by facilitating member writing groups developing clinical guidelines as well as leading the efforts to disseminate the guidance and related clinical tools, education, and resources.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Serve as liaison to the Clinical Guideline Committee (CGC), author workgroups, and initiative-specific workgroups.
Facilitate regular meetings with CGC Chair to ensure oversight of guideline and committee initiatives to maintain project timelines
Distribute invitations, collect, and review author Conflict of Interest (COI) forms, onboard, and maintain guideline workgroups, and project plans and timelines and related documentation from guideline inception to publication.
Implementation of Guideline Checklist to ensure compliance with standard template language, document formatting, and submission requirements
Develop agenda, minutes, prepare requested reports, and draft slides for committee meetings with direction from the Director of Clinical Practice and committee chairs
Provide regular management updates to the Director of Clinical Practice, CGC committee chairs, AGA staff, the editor(s) of Gastroenterology and Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and Governing Board members on the progress of AGA guidelines and related educational programs
Schedule and facilitate regular member virtual and in-person meetings
Communicate with the AGA Governing Board and journal leadership throughout the guideline process for organization review and approval
Coordinate the development of new educational programs and products for clinicians and patients related to AGA clinical resources in collaboration with Communications, Corporate Relations, and Education staff (i.e., podcasts, Clinical Decision Support Tool, Spotlight/infographic, etc.) to increase dissemination efforts.
Manage contracts, honoraria, and adhere to budgets associated with each
Facilitate integration of guidelines into additional dissemination content.
Oversee patient-related content development.
Master’s degree or Bachelor’s degree with related experience.
A minimum of three years of administrative and project management experience with the ability to set priorities, take initiative, and manage multiple projects on time.
Superb organizational skills, communication skills (written and oral), and attention to detail.
Proficiency using technology to organize and execute projects (particularly Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook as well as databases).
Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
Experience working with volunteer leaders, particularly physicians.
The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) is a society of physicians, surgeons, scientists and other individuals within the healthcare community who have a demonstrated and continued interest in the functions and disorders of the digestive system. Founded in 1897, the AGA is the oldest non-profit specialty medical society in the country. With more than 13,000 domestic and international members, the AGA is the largest GI society in the United States and among the largest GI societies in the world. AGA membership encompasses a rich and diverse constituency representing every facet of gastroenterology practice, research and education.