Working At AMDA

AMDA offers a full range of family-friendly benefits and a supportive staff. Our office in Columbia, MD, is convenient to both the Washington, DC, and Baltimore, MD, metropolitan areas.

Open Positions:

Title: Project Manager, Clinical Affairs 

FLSA Status: Exempt

Department: Clinical Affairs

Supervisor: Director, Clinical Affairs

Date: November 2019

Summary:

The Project Manager/Grant Administrator works with the Clinical Affairs Director to accomplish department objectives. This position is responsible for assisting in the planning, executing, managing and closing of assigned projects by providing support to the Director as well as to members of multidisciplinary project teams, internally and externally. This position reports to the Director of Clinical Affairs. Primary responsibilities include:

• Support the team with administrative tasks and projects related to committees, vendors and travel arrangements for grant and non-grant activities;

• Maintaining the project timelines, budget, and evaluations;

• Manage project logistics on- and off-site;

• Facilitate all committee workgroups by producing meeting agendas, and taking minutes;

• Understand and respond to customer inquiries regarding clinical products 

Education: 
College Degree
• 4-year college degree required or equivalent experience. 

Additional Credentials
• Project Management certification (PMP/CPM) 

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Project Manager, Clinical Affairs Job Description

AMDA is an equal opportunity employer. AMDA's success depends on the full and effective utilization of qualified persons, regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, familial or marital status, national origin, sexual preference or orientation, physical or mental handicap.

 


 

Title: Industry Relations Manager  

FLSA Status: Exempt

Department: Professional Development/Meetings 

Supervisor: Director, Professional Development/Meetings 

Date: February 2020 

Summary:

The Industry Relations Manager will be responsible for advocating on behalf of the mission, values, and brand of the association to identify, secure, and grow strategic partnerships that will generate non-dues revenue exceeding $1M annually.  
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Identifying and securing sales, exhibit, advertising, and sponsorship opportunities to support the association’s existing and future programs and products.

• Develop and execute exhibit and sponsorship program operations for all live meetings, including selling exhibit booths and sponsorships, developing accurate budget projections, tracking, analyzing and reporting on exhibit and sponsorship sales, developing marketing collateral, and coordinating on-site logistics for exhibitors and sponsors.

• Cultivate and grow existing and new industry partnership and exhibit and sponsorship participation and accounts; develop prospects, engage in market research,  and work with internal and external stakeholders to develop new and innovative industry partnership opportunities throughout the AMDA organization, including corporate membership and product development initiatives.

Education: 
College Degree
• 4-year college degree required. 

Additional Credentials:
• CEM certification preferred 

Responsibilities: 

  •  Develop budget, strategic plan and implement sales tactics and analysis on all live AMDA meetings
  • Provide marketing support for the exhibits and sponsorship program, including the exhibitor prospectus, website and communication outlets.
  • Serve as primary point of contact for all exhibit and sponsorship vendors, confirming and organizing exhibit and sponsorship agreements, developing floor plans and booth assignments.
  • Engage in program improvement by managing exhibit and sponsorship advisory committee and testing and implementing improvements based on feedback from attendees, exhibitors and sponsors.

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Industry Relations Manager Job Description

AMDA is an equal opportunity employer. AMDA's success depends on the full and effective utilization of qualified persons, regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, familial or marital status, national origin, sexual preference or orientation, physical or mental handicap.