The American Hospital Association (AHA) is a national organization that represents and serves all types of hospitals, health care networks, and their patients and communities. We are currently seeking a Director of Education for our Chicago office.
This position is a hybrid role (three days in the office, two days working remote). Starting base salary = $98 - $122k (commensurate with related experience).
The Director of Education is responsible for leading staff and volunteers in the development and implementation of ASHE's educational strategies. Leads in development, execution and evaluation of educational programs and services, ensuring that educational goals of adult learners are met through various educational modalities and that financial goals are met. The Director provides oversight for the Annual Conference including budgetary responsibility and accountability. The Director of Education works with volunteers, staff, consultants, and vendors to set and implement the educational agenda in alignment with the strategic plan. Delivers educational programs, oversees the worker certification and front line programs:
Serves as a key member of the ASHE leadership team in providing strategic and operational management for the ASHE educational department. Manages and oversees all related business activities related to educational programming in support of the overall strategic and financial goals of ASHE, including the management of resources, contracts and personnel. Develop and manage budgets with accountability to insure revenues and expenses align with strategic plan. Provides accurate forecast as requested.
Education: Bachelors or better in Education or related field.
Experience: 7-10 years: Minimum 7 years of experience in developing education programs. Supervisory experience is required.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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