The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) is looking for an editor/project manager to help us continue to develop successful programs and online education for our members.
The Editor/Project Manager is responsible to assist in planning, coordinating, and implementing educational programs at STFM for medical educators and learners. This includes reviewing and copy-editing content for the creation of new online education materials as well as working with faculty and program participants to coordinate programs, track engagement, and evaluate success. You will report to the Director of Education and Special Projects and work with a team while reviewing, coordinating, and implementing projects, programs, and educational content.
The Society’s headquarters is located in Leawood, Kansas and offers an outstanding work environment, competitive nonprofit salary, and a great benefit package. The office has recently shifted to 60% remote work.
Think you’re a great fit? Apply on Indeed.com with your resumé and cover letter, explaining why you would be an asset to the team. The main responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:
Duties and Responsibilities
- Assist with planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating specific STFM programs, committees, and initiatives, including scholarship programs, workshops, a fellowship program, and an internship program
- Research elements of new programs and initiatives
- Write and edit copy for projects
- Draft project, committee, and task force minutes
- Coordinate components of projects and events, ensuring deadlines are met
- Evaluate programs to ensure they provide a high-quality learning experiences for users
- Track engagement of program participants
Online Education Editor
- Support the creation and execution of effective educational programs via online channels,
i.e., online modules, video, podcasts, etc.
- Works with subject matter experts to edit content and scripts for online resources
- Create and update training videos and webinars as needed to educate faculty and learners
on STFM programs and activities
- Support the development of e-learning courses in Articulate
- Assist with testing the functionality and quality control of courses in a Learning Management
- Support the maintenance of online courses and content
Job Skills and Requirements
- A bachelor's degree and 2-3 years of education, writing, communications, or design
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Highly organized with strong prioritization abilities
- Analytical, creative, customer-service oriented, and collaborative
- Able to identify and independently resolve problems in a timely manner
- High level of proficiency in technology, particularly for the Microsoft Suite and Adobe
- Experience with instructional design tools such as Articulate Storyline; Captivate
software valued but not required
- High level of efficiency and accuracy
- Desire for personal continuous professional development
- Ability to travel (~2-5 times a year) and occasional evening and weekend work as