Administrative, Clerical, Support, Education and Training, Project Management/Program Development
4 Year Degree
The Education Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, implementing and administering assigned client projects and activities. The coordinator will work closely with all members of the core team, especially the education team to provide continuing education opportunities for association members.
As an Education Coordinator you will:
Serve as project manager for all continuing education projects and provide updates and status reports to Senior Education Manager.
Under the direction of an Education Manager you will have responsibility for various distance learning types of education product development.
Support committee and continuing education faculty. (Schedule calls, distribute agendas, draft minutes)
Coordinate speaker contracts, A/V forms, speaker reimbursements, and other materials as needed.
Assist with internal CPE review of speaker handouts/session slides and other materials as needed.
Coordinate the abstract submission and review processes for the annual conference.
Coordinate speaker and abstract information for conference program guides.
Coordinate conference poster sessions.
Make updates to course materials as needed.
Provide support for other online and distance education offerings. (i.e., webinars)
Create activity summaries for all CE activities for compliance with accreditation providers.
File CE, conference, and other paperwork in accordance with accreditation provider guidelines.
Respond to telephone and written inquiries.
Compose letters and routine correspondence and generates reports as needed.
Travel to annual client conferences and courses.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications and demonstrated experience:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent job experience.
Ability to travel out of state and overnight.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Strong customer orientation.
Ability to organize and manage multiple projects/priorities.
Ability to think ahead and plan.
Professionalism: Good judgment, ability to interact with all levels of staff and vendors, appropriate demeanor and appearance, confidence.
Team player attitude, commitment, patience, enthusiasm, creativity, listening, comprehension, initiative, cooperation, attention to detail, resourcefulness.
Association Management Center (AMC) is committed to helping associations. This commitment is realized through collaboration, strategic leadership, and providing the tools needed to foster growth.
AMC, owned and operated by the Engle family since 1974, and has built a reputation for providing high-quality strategic association leadership with the utmost integrity and for helping client partners... Achieve What You Believe. AMC has been voted one of the best places to work in Illinois for several years. AMC, located a short walk from the Cumberland Blue Line stop, includes a staff of more than 225 professionals working with 32 national and international organizations.