ISPOR is recognized as the global leader in the field of HEOR. Do you want to work for a world-class organization where meeting content plays a vital role in advancing ISPOR’s mission to promote health economics and outcomes research excellence to improve decision making for health globally?
It is an exciting time at ISPOR as we usher in a new era of digital transformation initiatives to promote ISPOR’s digital products in an everchanging business environment.
- Do you have experience developing eLearning and virtual training products?
- Have you managed a short course and training portfolio on an LMS?
- Are you an expert in instructional design, adult learning, distance training, and content strategies?
If so, read on for more information!
We are actively seeking an Associate Director, Education, who will be responsible for designing, developing and the operational delivery of ISPOR’s Education products. Responsibilities include the design and delivery of the attendee, instructor and volunteer experience and ensuring that ISPOR Education products create content in innovative ways in multiple formats. The Associate Director works collaboratively with internal cross functional teams and volunteer groups to achieve Education objectives, ISPOR’s strategic goals, attendee expectations, and financial targets.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
Short Course & Training Programs
Working with the Director, Global Events, contribute to the development, design, and delivery for ISPOR Short Course and Training programs.
Develop and select Short Course and Training portfolio, working with both internal scientific staff and external Short Course and Education Committees. Establish clear and transparent criteria for the selection process working with both internal and external stakeholders.
Working with the Director, Global Events, identify optimal delivery methods to maximize content impact and user engagement, including traditional and non-traditional learning formats, through in-person, virtual and hybrid learning models.
In conjunction with the Exhibits & Partnerships team, develop training programs to meet sponsors’ learning requirements. Investigate new markets for HEOR training.
Working with Director, Global events to develop, implement and administer a new online e-Learning program.
Works with faculty members to apply instructional design technologies/techniques to the organization and development of new course/learning materials.
Build, maintain, and track all courses, materials, and events within the learning management system (LMS).
Create and administer learning plans, curriculum, programs, and courses within the LMS.
Define and develop progress reports for training market penetration and impact.
Work with stakeholders to determine and define enhancements to the LMS environment and work with vendors to implement potential improvements.
Working with Director, Global Events and others to develop, implement and administer ISPOR’s new e-Library product. The e-Library will be a content repository for all ISPOR content.
In conjunction with ISPOR event content creators, work to ensure that all recorded content is delivered and available on e-Library within established timelines.
Develop Education products with collaboration from key stakeholders, with the optimal mix of content and delivery formats.
Develop and lead execution of content development and delivery timelines that incorporate internal timelines (e.g., marketing requirements) and external deadlines (e.g., to secure subject matter expert participation and vendor deadlines).
Continually assess, adjust, and redesign the overall learner experience to ensure that ISPOR is delivering innovative and effective ways to learn and interact, including management and development of content evaluation and user analytics.
Maintains an up-to-date knowledge of trends and good practices particularly related to instructional design, adult learning, distance training, and content strategies. Serves as an in-house expert on instructional design methodologies.
Works with Education staff and volunteer leadership to ensure the highest level of professional development for learners.
Working with the Marketing/Communications staff develop effective campaigns to reach current and prospective registrants.
Contribute to the development and alignment of ISPOR education and meeting content and overall program strategy, and business plans including development of budgets.
Manage and mentor a professional staff in accordance with all employment policies and laws.
Monitors the competition for educational programs and products in HEOR.
7+ years’ progressive work experience in similar role (instructional design, distance learning, training development, working with volunteers, attention to detail).
Involvement and experience with scientific/association content preferred.
Knowledge of healthcare, education and content delivery methods and knowledge of HEOR preferred.
Experience in association short courses, training, and e-learning development strongly preferred. Familiarity with online content delivery platforms/learning management systems preferred.
Budget management experience required.
Prior experience managing staff preferred.
Strategic and operational approach, strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
Highly motivated, proactive, and problem solver.
Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines, results oriented.
Ability to manage data, and analysis data trends and statistics.
Strong attention to detail.
Nestled half-way between Philadelphia and New York City, ISPOR’s headquarters is in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Our staff is currently remote during the pandemic, however once safe, staff may begin returning to the office. Preference for local candidates though fully remote work arrangements will be considered for the right candidate.
ISPOR provides an excellent total compensation package including:
Robust benefits plan
Generous PTO – 20 days the first year
Extraordinary holiday schedule including the week between Christmas Eve and New Years’ Day
ISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), is an international, multistakeholder, nonprofit dedicated to advancing HEOR excellence to improve decision making for health globally. The Society is the leading source for scientific conferences, peer-reviewed and MEDLINE-indexed publications, good practices guidance, education, collaboration, and resources in the field.
ISPOR’s community of 20,000 individual and chapter members from 110+ countries include a wide variety of healthcare stakeholders, including researchers and academicians, assessors and regulators, payers and policy makers, the life sciences industry, healthcare providers, and patient engagement organizations. The Society’s leadership has served as an unbiased resource and catalyst for innovation in the field for more than 20 years.
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ISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), is an international, multistakeholder, nonprofit dedicated to advancing HEOR excellence to improve decision making for health globally. The Society is the leading source for scientific conferences, peer-reviewed and MEDLINE-indexed publications, good practices guidance, education, collaboration, and tools/resources in the field. ISPOR’s community of more than 20,000 individual and chapter members from 120 countries includes a wide variety of health care stakeholders, including researchers, academicians, regulators and assessors, public and private payers, health care providers, industry, and patient representatives. The Society’s leadership has served as an unbiased resource and catalyst for innovation in the field for more than 20 years.