|DEPARTMENT||Emergency Medicine Practice|
Leads physician wellbeing, diversity and inclusion programming and communications including the planning, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of projects, activities, resources, and marketing campaigns. Serves as the primary staff liaison to the physician community Wellbeing Committee and Wellness and Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity Sections. Works closely with the membership, education and member communications and marketing departments to design and deliver wellness and diversity/inclusion/health equity programming and initiatives to improve the lives of emergency physicians and the patients they serve. Leads cultivation of internal and external partnerships, and close collaboration with stakeholders.
Develop and execute creative strategies and promote practical and realistic solutions to reduce emergency physician burnout and physician suicide rates and build resilience among physicians and the team who work with them.
Manage and lead ACEP’s Peer Support Project.
Develop and execute creative strategies to address diversity, inclusion, and health equity within the emergency medicine community.
Develop educational programs on physician wellbeing and the many facets of cultural competency, diversity, inclusion, unconscious bias, and promote health equity within emergency medicine.
Serve as a resource to ACEP members and staff on issues relating to wellbeing, diversity, inclusion, and health equity within emergency medicine.
Manage and lead ACEP’s Diversity Mentoring Initiative.
Manage ACEP’s Diversity Focus Group Research Project.
Work to produce and support an ongoing D&I Webinar Series.
Identify topics, speakers and online education to identify and reduce burnout and depression among emergency physicians and the emergency medicine care team
Develop strategies to improve well-being and resilience among the organization’s staff.
Collect and analyze statistical data to evaluate the organization’s population in accordance with diversity standards and goals.
Develop and manage implementation plan and day-to-day activities for D&I and wellness projects/grants.
Responsible for managing fiscal tasks, reporting and all other related correspondence.
Manage stakeholder communications and activities:
· Provide subject matter support to the Diversity section
· Provide subject matter support to the Wellness section
· Provide subject matter support to the Wellbeing committee
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Associate Executive Director Clinical Affairs
ACEP members, emergency department staff, staff from other associations and organizations working in the wellness and diversity field.
Bachelor's degree with major in public health, community health sciences, health policy and management, or other social sciences preferred
Five years of comparable experience in a project management role
Experience coordinating workplace or employee wellness programs
Organized, attention to detail, highly self-motivated, with the ability to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills
Ability to critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources to assess project strengths and weaknesses and to recommend creative and innovative solutions to address problem areas
Ability to conduct cost/benefit analysis of approaches and tools to make appropriate recommendations
Ability to identify and assess trends in the overall environment related to physician well-being
Ability to perform a landscape analysis using multiple inputs and provide recommendations from findings to support desired outputs
Resourcefulness-ability to find existing programs/materials through research and other methods
Experience managing federal, corporate or foundation grant project
Excellent PC skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience in the health care field
Experience in diversity, health equity and inclusion field
We offer competitive salary, excellent benefits package, retirement plan and more.
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