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The Bilingual Health Educator is responsible for providing lupus information to inquiries received by telephone, letter, and email in both English and Spanish. Responsibilities also include recording inquiries into an online data management system, assisting in developing lupus-related health education/information materials, providing specialized information searches, supporting the chapters in training and development, and identifying emerging needs and trends.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is a national, Bethesda, MD-based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting a cure for hydrocephalus and improving the lives of those affected by this condition. Widely respected, HA is the leading provider of information and private research funding for hydrocephalus, a chronic condition affecting over a million people in the U.S. and characterized by an abnormal accumulation of fluid within the brain.
The Junior Accountant will, as a direct report to the Senior Accounting Manager, provide support to department activities with specific responsibility for the processing , recording, and reconciling of information with established policies; providing instructions, recommendations and/or accounting support to other personnel. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: prepare, record, and process accounts payable and cash disbursements. Prepare, record, and process accounts receivable, cash receipts, and invoicing. Collect and review monthly credit card reconciliation to ensure compliance with LFA corporate policy. Prepare monthly bank reconciliations, recurring journal entries, accounting schedules such as travel advance, other receivable accounts, and balance sheet accounts. Assist with the year-end financial audit, review of 1099 verifications, year-end preparation work, and maintain vendor W-9 file.
AcademyHealth, the professional home for health services and policy research, is currently seeking a Conferences Manager to join the conferences department. The department is a key part of a forward looking organization that takes pride in excellence and innovation. The Conferences Program Manager will work as part of a 6-person team in the planning and execution of programmatic aspects for AcademyHealth’s meetings and events. The organization convenes approximately 8 small to large conferences, meetings, and workshops, including our Annual Research Meeting (ARM), National Health Policy Conference (NHPC), and Health Policy Orientation. The incumbent will work collaboratively within and across all departments and will report to the Director of Conferences.
AcademyHealth, a leading national organization serving the fields of health services and policy research and the professionals who produce and use this important work, is currently seeking a Director of Membership. The director will be responsible for the recruitment, retention and engagement of members and affiliate organizations and will oversee the development of AcademyHealth’s Interest Groups and Student Chapters. This position reports to the Vice President of Learning and Membership Engagement.
The position is responsible for strategic oversight and implementation of digital media activities, including social media and the planning and content of the association’s website, as well as contributing to overall integrated communications strategy and activities for key segments of the association.
Under the direction of the Senior Vice President, Office of Health Policy, this position serves as primary liaison between Capitol Hill and the NHPCO leadership and membership; manages the day-to-day operations of the NHPCO Hospice Action Network (HAN) and strategic planning and leadership for advocacy activities; and works collaboratively within the leadership of the Office of Health Policy and across the organization to advance the policy agenda of NHPCO.
The Association for Vascular Access (AVA) is seeking a highly skilled individual to provide leadership in this newly created position for communications, new media strategies and IT infrastructure. The successful candidate will work remotely from a home office anywhere in the United States and will receive tremendous support from AVA staff at other locations. This individual will provide leadership in updating and maintaining the IT infrastructure. The Director will design and lead the social media/marketing, communications and messaging efforts. They will work with the Board and staff to ensure that all communications and messaging efforts are consistent, contemporary and professional. The Director will also maximize the effectiveness of current and future projects such as the recently launched AVA TV.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is seeking a Government Relations Manager in its Washington, D.C. office. The position will be responsible for public policy and legislative research and analysis to determine, assess and manage the Society’s federal, state and local policy priorities. The position will also represent the needs of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and their families on Capitol Hill through direct lobbying of members of Congress and administration officials, as well as attending and reporting on congressional briefings and hearings. Other duties include drafting of advocacy-related materials including testimony and policy support letters, cultivating relationships with activists and supporting advocacy action days. BA/BS Degree or equivalent and 5 years related experience required; Masters or law degree, experience in a legislative office (Congressional or state) and/or experience in healthcare and/or disability policy preferred.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is seeking an Office Administrator in its Washington, D.C. office. The Office Administrator manages the day to day operations of the D.C. based Public Policy Office. This includes support of all advocacy team members, both remote and in office employees; acting as a liaison with the building management; acting as liaison with key functional areas with other teams; supporting the Public Policy Conference and playing an increasing role in information support and management of advocacy related information. Associated Degree or equivalent and 3 years related experience required.