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SCCM Careers

SCCM is hiring. Learn about employment opportunities and what it's like to work at the Society.

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SCCM is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to improving care for critically ill and injured patients through education, research, and advocacy. Located in Mount Prospect, Illinois, SCCM offers a professional, friendly, business-casual work environment, with a competitive compensation and benefits package.

For consideration, send cover letters and resumes to humanresources@sccm.org.

SCCM offers a stimulating work environment and excellent benefits:

  • Generous paid vacation time
  • 12 paid holidays per year
  • Summer hours program
  • Medical, dental, short- and long-term disability and life insurance
  • Matching 401(K)
  • Educational assistance
  • Performance-based incentive plan
  • Business-casual office​

Available Positions 

SCCM has no open positions at this time. 

 
Title: Education Manager
Reports to: Associate Director of Accredited Continuing Education
Primary purpose: Working closely with SCCM members, develops and implements high-quality educational activities to ultimately improve patient outcomes.

Responsibilities

I. Collaborates with staff and volunteer leadership to develop and improve educational program content and educational delivery methods
  • Stays abreast of current research in the field of multiprofessional critical care, along with the latest in adult education methodologies.
  • Works collaboratively with the Associate Director and related committees to identify member educational needs and develops educational program strategies and implementation plans.
  • Works collaboratively with continuing education/continuing medical education staff to ensure that educational activities comply with Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, and other regulatory agency policies, procedures, and practices.
  • Works collaboratively with testing and assessment staff to ensure close integration of the testing and assessment functions into educational programs.
  • Works collaboratively with the Associate Director, other staff, and volunteers to develop and implement benchmarking methodologies. Provides analysis and develops strategies based on this data.
  • Collaborates with the Associate Director, SCCM volunteer leadership, and other staff to revise and improve program content to include the latest research, ideas, delivery modalities, trends, and techniques.
  • Works closely with the Associate Director to develop and deploy effective learning strategies, techniques, and methodologies to ensure knowledge transfer and behavior changes to positively impact patient outcomes.
  • Researches and writes copy to assist volunteers and staff in the development of publications, brochures, and tools for critical care professionals, healthcare administrators, and the general public.

II. Collaborates with the Associate Director and other staff to implement work plans to carry out the educational program strategy
  • Coordinates program implementation activities with marketing, communications, meeting planning, finance, and other areas within SCCM to ensure the successful development and delivery of educational events and programs.
  • Works with staff and volunteer leadership, develops work plans and budgets, and ensures that financial targets are achieved.
  • Informs marketing and communications staff of SCCM activities to ensure that membership is aware of these activities. Establishes collaborative relationships with other organizations to assist in the development of joint educational opportunities of benefit to SCCM, its members, and the members of related professions.
  • Embraces and engages in the team concept, discussing team goals, problem-solving, and maximizing team participation and communication in an effort to enhance programs and successfully reach team goals.

III. Performs other functions as required to carry out the SCCM mission and goals

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Experience in medical education development position
  • Experience in medical association setting desired
  • Working knowledge of learning management systems
  • Certifications in adult professional medical education preferred
  • Project and timeline management skills
  • Excellent and proven skills in working closely with volunteer medical professionals
  • Excellent written and verbal communication abilities
  • Experience in a technology-oriented, remote work environment
Title: Manager, Clinical Research Data and Analytics
Reports to: Director of Research and Quality
Primary purpose: Designs, implements, and manages healthcare-related research and quality study databases. Supports data quality assessment and basic analysis of SCCM’s research and quality datasets.

Responsibilities

I. Clinical research data management
  • Develops conceptual designs for planned clinical research and quality database projects in conjunction with principal investigators and SCCM staff.
  • Creates project-related clinical research forms, provides clinical insights for edits, updates, and maintains project databases.
  • Assists principal investigators and institutions with training, set-up, testing, and implementation of data collection and with creating and maintaining standard operating procedures. Resolves database technical and clinical research form issues encountered by users.
  • Prepares and distributes clinical data reports to principal investigators and authorized staff while maintaining appropriate data security.
  • Supports development and maintains data standards and consistency across all projects, including adherence to all related laws and regulations, and ensures data fields are clearly and precisely defined.
  • Securely closes projects at their completion and maintains data for historical and future research purposes.
  • Supports SCCM Data Science Campaign activities such as development of the clinical data hub and support of volunteer workgroups for activities related to development of common data elements, data harmonization, and standardization.
  • Helps with planning and implementing research publication needs for the campaign.
  • Supports grant writing and the proposal development process as needed.

II. Clinical data operations and analytics
  • Supports Discovery Data Coordinating Center activities such as maintaining SCCM data standards and regulatory documentation.
  • Supports the institutional review board submission process, including protocol development activities for observational research and quality improvement studies and project-related standard operating procedures, FAQs, and other documentation as needed.
  • Ensures that SCCM’s health data standards and policies are embedded into each project design.
  • Supports the statistical and analytics team for clinical research data cleaning and aggregation processes.
  • Identifies the needs of users, controls access permissions and privileges, and monitors user activity and overall security. Monitors performance and manages parameters to ensure system responsiveness. Coordinates system upgrades, corrects system issues, and ensures data protection/recovery with the database management system vendor.
  • Develops designs that facilitate both back-end data organization and user-facing accessibility and usability. Develops project-specific procedures to implement and enforce the collection of accurate and usable data.
  • Determines SCCM legacy dataset conversion needs and supports data access needs for studies.
  • Works closely with Technology Department project managers, database programmers, and other staff to ensure integration and adherence to SCCM’s overall technology system standards as needed for research and quality purposes.

III. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals

Requirements
  • Expands job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, maintaining personal networks, and participating in professional organizations.
  • Represents SCCM to relevant professional organizations.
  • Assists with other tasks as assigned.
Title: CRM Business Analyst
Reports to: Technical Project Manager
Primary purpose: Responsible for both technical, project-based, process improvement and administrative support related to the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System.

Responsibilities:

I. CRM support
  • Designs, configures, tests, and deploys changes to CRM database entities, fields, screens, views, forms, workflows, reports, and dashboards and documents changes made to system.
  • Manages, configures, and supports the CRM application.
  • Contributes to the analysis and design of enhancements.
  • Monitors the entire CRM application, adheres to best practices in maintaining quality data, and trains and supports SCCM staff.
  • Troubleshoots and resolves user issues in a daily support capacity.
  • Develops training plans and materials and leads training sessions for key and end users.

II. Process improvement and project management
  • Supports and helps drive project execution, deliverables, and adoption of SCCM’s CRM platform and related systems.
  • Works closely with the technical project manager to gather project requirements, including research and data.
  • Makes recommendations for operational changes, both technologic and process flow, to improve usage and system performance.
  • Creates user documentation for new and existing solutions.
  • Performs follow-up with end users to ensure that solutions are successful and remain relevant.
  • Works with staff to improve processes and functionality related to the CRM system.

III. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals 

Requirements
  • Minimum four years’ professional experience in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales and Marketing, CRM
  • Experience with nonprofit IT/IS department strongly desired
  • Experience working on enterprise-wide solution implementations
  • Strong willingness to take on new challenges, learn, and grow
  • Ability to work independently in a remote/hybrid environment
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment
  • Exceptional time management skills, organizational skills, and ability to manage multiple deadlines simultaneously
  • High level of computer literacy
  • Ability to trouble-shoot issues and provide support as needed
  • Excellent communication skills (listening, written, and verbal), including the ability to explain complex technical concepts to nontechnical staff
  • Highly analytical, proactive, organized, and having a demonstrated ability to achieve results by working in both a team environment and independently
Title: Marketing Specialist
Reports to: Manager, Marketing and Communications
Primary purpose: Participates in the development and implementation of various marketing communications strategies that contribute to the achievement of SCCM’s objectives.

Responsibilities:

I. Creative development
  • Writes compelling copy and develops effective messaging, design, and content delivery strategies while ensuring scientific and medical accuracy, cost effectiveness, and appropriateness for SCCM audiences.
  • Consults with business line leaders and cross-departmental teams on goals and helps develop and execute strategic marketing communication initiatives for events, products, grants, and membership to achieve SCCM’s overall objectives.
  • Coordinates the production and placement of SCCM resources, events, and products in communication channels (e.g., eNewsletters, emails, print journals, brochures, magazines, apps, social media, and website).
  • Helps develop and implement SCCM’s visual identity and brand, ensuring their accurate, consistent, and positive portrayal in all marketing materials in support of business lines.

II. Metrics and analysis
  • Identifies optimal target audiences, using member management software to segment internal contact lists and securing external mailing lists.
  • Understands and uses key metrics, including response rates, sales figures, and demographics of campaign responders to inform adjustments in ongoing marketing communications strategies.
 
III. Marketing project management
  • Works closely with the manager, marketing and communications, to develop schedules for creative development, proofing, production, and delivery.
  • Manages individual project timelines and implementation of marketing communications tactics within an assigned budget.
  • Coordinates a team of creative services vendors, including designers, printers, mail houses, post office, telemarketers, and mailing list brokers, to meet overall objectives.
  • Coordinates interdepartmental staff in proofing review cycles for promotional pieces, ensuring that all promotions meet SCCM’s standards for accuracy, style, quality, and effectiveness.

IV. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals
  • Participates on various staff teams to support and further the team’s and SCCM's mission and goals.

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field
  • Two to four years of experience in marketing and branding
  • Preferred proficiency in Canva, Informz, and Microsoft Suite
  • In-house corporate communications experience preferred
  • Knowledge of search engine optimization best practices
  • Solid understanding of effective marketing strategies, materials, and channels
  • Excellent communication, writing, editing, and project management skills
  • Proven storyteller capable of creating a strong narrative
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities
  • Understanding of creative workflow process, including project initiation and kickoff, execution, approvals, production, proofing, tracking, and archiving
Job title: Managing Editor, Licensing and Publications
Reports to: Associate Director of Licensing and Publications
Primary purpose: Manages development and delivery of SCCM non-periodical publications program and hosted course materials for SCCM’s hosted training programs. Works with contributors, editors, reviewers, staff, and vendors to meet the knowledge needs of the critical care community. Ensures that high-quality content is produced in a timely manner.

Responsibilities

I. Non-periodical publications
  • Works with contributors, editors, and reviewers to develop high-quality content for delivery across multiple formats
  • Establishes development and production timelines, ensuring that content is completed in a timely manner
  • Manages production and post-production activities for print and electronic non-periodical publications
  • Develops and maintains relationships with freelancers and vendors for the purpose of production and delivery
  • Ensures copyright compliance, style, and content consistency for content across all platforms
  • Collaborates with staff to ensure successful launch of materials upon completion

II. Hosted course materials
  • Ensures that all hosted course materials for assigned programs are completed in accordance with established timelines
  • Manages production of educational modules and other course materials across multiple formats, ensuring style and content consistency
  • Collaborates with editors, staff, and vendors to prepare course materials for delivery in a way that promotes interactive, engaging, and effective online education
  • Ensures copyright compliance, style, and content consistency for content across all platforms
  • Collaborates with staff to ensure that accredited continuing education requirements are met and materials are successfully launched upon completion

III. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals
  • Serves as staff liaison on assigned committees and task forces
  • Represents department on teams and task forces as assigned
  • Completes other projects as assigned

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • At least five years of experience in medical or professional publishing
  • Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Organized and motivated self-starter capable of working both independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to manage volunteer and vendor relationships in tactful and professional manner
  • Familiarity with online educational products through learning management systems preferred
  • Association experience preferred
Title: Facilities Coordinator
Reports to: Facilities Manager
Primary purpose: Maintains and staffs the company cafe. Assists with meeting setup and logistics for activities held at SCCM headquarters. Serves as the primary backup for the facilities manager.

Responsibilities

I. Cafe management
  • Manages all operational aspects of Max’s Cafe.
  • Serves as barista, including assisting guests with food and drink selections, taking orders, and making custom coffee drinks.
  • Delivers consistent, friendly, personal service and thoughtful recommendations based on guests’ dietary needs.
  • Ensures a professional presentation and maintains the highest levels of cleanliness.
  • Manages cafe inventory levels based on anticipated demand from the SCCM activity planning system.
  • Ensures that food and beverage items are diverse, healthy, and suitable for a wide variety of guests with variable dietary needs.
  • Discards items past their use-by dates, analyzes consumption and waste, and works to stock popular items while reducing food waste.
  • Ensures compliance with food service and environmental safety regulations.
  • Coordinates with third-party vendors to maintain cafe stock and purchases stock from local suppliers as needed.

II. Facilities coordination
  • Maintains all food and beverage equipment throughout the building, making sure that equipment is cleaned and maintained according to the equipment manuals.
  • Coordinates with third-party vendors to maintain and repair all food service equipment throughout the building.
  • Maintains beverage services throughout the building.
  • Ensures that tableware is properly distributed to all food and beverage areas throughout the building.
  • Serves as the primary backup for shipping and receiving activities and assists with high-volume receiving and shipping as requested.
  • Drives the company vehicle when necessary, providing transportation for employees and members.
  • Serves as backup receptionist as needed.

III. On-site meetings
  • Using the SCCM activity planner, coordinates with staff partners to hold successful meetings at SCCM headquarters.
  • Responsible for conference room configuration and setup.
  • Updates PowerPoint communication system, which displays meetings and other information on screens throughout the building.
  • Checks audiovisual systems and lighting before meetings and seeks technical support from information technology staff when necessary.
  • Assists external catering vendors with event-day needs.
  • Removes dishes and cups at breaks. Loads and unloads dishwashers promptly and organizes and cleans food service areas after meals are served.
  • Restocks and refreshes beverages as necessary.
  • In receptionist’s absence, prepares temporary security badges for guests and vendors.
  • Assists meeting planners and other key leaders on site during meetings as needed.

IV. Performs other functions as required

Requirements
  • Valid driver’s license and clean driving record for the past three years
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Basic skill in Microsoft Outlook and PowerPoint preferred
  • Customer service experience preferred
  • Barista experience preferred
  • Food service experience helpful
  • Professional demeanor and demonstration of personal integrity
  • Exceptional interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
Title: Marketing/Communications Specialist, Editorial
Reports to: Manager, Marketing and Communications
Primary purpose: Participates in the development and implementation of various marketing and communications strategies that contribute to the achievement of SCCM’s objectives.

Responsibilities

I. Project management
  • Oversees the SCCM marketing/communications calendar
  • Works closely with the manager, marketing and communications, to develop schedules for creative development, proofing, production, and delivery.
  • Manages individual project timelines and implementation of marketing communications tactics within an assigned budget.
  • Coordinates a team of creative services vendors, including designers, printers, mail houses, post office, telemarketers, and mailing list brokers, to meet overall objectives.
  • Coordinates interdepartmental staff in proofing review cycles for promotional pieces, ensuring that all promotions meet SCCM’s standards for accuracy, style, quality, and effectiveness.

II. Creative development
  • Manages the SCCM quarterly print newsletter and various eNewsletters, including soliciting content from various stakeholders
  • Writes compelling copy and develops effective messaging, design, and content delivery strategies while ensuring scientific and medical accuracy, cost effectiveness, and appropriateness for SCCM audiences.
  • Consults with business line leaders and cross-departmental teams on goals and helps develop and execute strategic marketing communication initiatives for events, products, grants, and membership to achieve SCCM’s overall objectives.
  • Coordinates the production and placement of SCCM resources, events, and products in communication channels (e.g., eNewsletters, emails, print journals, brochures, magazines, apps, social media, and website).
  • Helps develop and implement SCCM’s visual identity and brand, ensuring their accurate, consistent, and positive portrayal in all marketing materials in support of business lines.

III. Metrics and analysis
  • Identifies optimal target audiences, using member management software to segment internal contact lists and securing external mailing lists.
  • Understands and uses key metrics, including response rates, sales figures, and demographics of campaign responders to inform adjustments in ongoing marketing communications strategies.

IV. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, English, or a related field
  • Two to four years of experience in marketing, branding, or editorial/publications
  • Preferred proficiency in Canva, Informz, and Microsoft Office suite
  • Website CMS experience, preferably using Kentico
  • In-house corporate communications experience preferred
  • Knowledge of search engine optimization best practices
  • Solid understanding of effective marketing strategies, materials, and channels
  • Excellent communication, writing, editing, and project management skills
  • Proven storyteller capable of creating a strong narrative
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities
  • Understanding of creative workflow process, including project initiation and kickoff, execution, approvals, production, proofing, tracking, and archiving
Title: LearnICU Program Development Manager
Reports to: Senior Education Manager
Primary purpose: Develops and manages the online LearnICU program for use by individuals and institutions/hospitals.

Responsibilities 

 I. Develops and manages LearnICU
  • Builds and maintains LearnICU, a robust and effective online resource for use by individuals and institutions/hospitals to support their critical care education and training needs.
  • Bundles existing SCCM content with additional resources to aid ICU clinician orientation, education, training, and just-in-time knowledge needs.
  • Works collaboratively with senior leadership to develop and implement effective strategies to market, sell, and deliver licensed content for bulk use by institutions/ hospitals to reduce their training burden and improve ICU clinician access to SCCM resources.
  • Works collaboratively with the cross-departmental clinical team to evaluate the LearnICU resource library to ensure that items remain appropriately tagged, relevant, and timely.
  • Works with marketing to solicit and manage the content submission process for materials created by the greater critical care community (non-SCCM-generated content).
  • Works with key member volunteers to provide peer evaluation of content, both SCCM and community generated, to determine appropriateness.
II. Collaborates with the senior education manager, education and grants, on the development of continuing education grants
  • Works with the senior education manager and marketing staff to identify medical education companies for possible collaboration on projects.
  • Works with marketing staff to engage with representatives from pharmaceutical, device, and biotech companies that have an interest in collaborating with SCCM on various projects.
  • Assists with every level of the grant application process.
Requirements 
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing or other healthcare-related field or a degree in library and information science, ideally with medical librarian background
  • Experience in a clinical healthcare setting, ideally in a hospital setting, managing online orientation/training resources for clinicians
  • Five years’ experience in development of continuing education for healthcare professionals preferred
  • Experience in new business project development helpful
  • Supervisory experience needed
  • Strong understanding of learning management systems
  • Experience with advanced technology platforms
  • Process-oriented approach and ability to troubleshoot difficult projects
  • Excellent time management skills with ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience in a technology-oriented, remote work environment
  • Strong organization and critical thinking abilities

SCCM's office is currently being renovated. It will reopen in the summer of 2022. While employees may continue to work virtually, they may be asked to come in to the office on occasion at the discretion of the department director. Candidates must reside in or plan to move to the Chicagoland area.
Title: Data Sciences Program Manager
Reports to: Senior Manager, Research and Quality
Primary purpose: Manages and coordinates research programs across SCCM’s Discovery, the Critical Care Research Network, and its Discovery Data Science Campaign.

Responsibilities 

 I. Program management
  • Assists with program strategy, program management and implementation, and support for SCCM research programs.
  • Engages with SCCM technical communities and technical groups in product development and implementation as per approved business plan.
  • Serves as staff liaison to volunteer committees, subcommittees, and task forces that may be assigned.
  • Plans, develops, and maintains documentation that has an impact on all facets of research and that aligns with SCCM policies and strategic plan.
  • Coordinates meetings, phone conferences, minutes, and presentations for multiple projects and studies simultaneously.
  • Coordinates project documentation, including conflict of interest, data use agreements, and required forms for research studies and manuscript submissions.
  • Collaborates with SCCM business lines to share knowledge and capitalize on opportunities.
  • Supports healthcare data interpretation and presentations.
  • Assists in managing and tracking budgets and resources to ensure that efforts comply with projects and assist in preparing reports.
II. Research operations
  • Provides support to the online learning portfolio as necessary.
  • Assists research and quality staff on special projects or initiatives as needed.
  • Interfaces with funding agencies (foundation, industry, and government) for research and clinical quality improvement proposals.
  • Interfaces with multiple levels of SCCM leadership and staff, as well as external entities regarding grant-funded projects.
  • Provides support in preparation of grant proposals development.
Requirements 
  • Bachelor’s degree in healthcare-related field required. Master’s degree or higher preferred.
  • Five years of clinical research or project management experience required.
  • Association management experience preferred.
  • Program or project management certification preferred.
  • Excellent communication, analytic, and organizational skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and familiarity with database applications such as REDCap.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary setting.
Title: Senior Education Manager
Reports to: Director of Education
Primary purpose: Leads the development of high-quality eLearning continuing education programs that improve patient outcomes in compliance with regulatory bodies. Develops and manages SCCM’s continuing education grant program.

Responsibilities 

 I. Development of high-quality eLearning content and programs
  • Provides strategic recommendations, direction, and oversight related to the development, coordination, and implementation of SCCM educational activities.
  • Stays abreast of current research in the field of multiprofessional critical care, along with the latest in adult education methodologies.
  • Works collaboratively with the director, staff, and volunteers to develop and implement benchmarking methodologies to determine effectiveness of education programs. Provides analysis and develops strategies based on the data.
  • Works with program managers to assist in the development of education program content.
  • Submits periodic reports to SCCM leadership that generate internal discussions to improve overall continuing education activities.
  • Manages key learning management system (LMS) staffing, including instructional designers and content managers.
  • Works collaboratively with key SCCM staff to ensure that the LMS functions properly and that appropriate key wording and tagging is in compliance with SCCM policies.
II. Development and management of SCCM’s accredited continuing education (ACE) grant process and outcomes reporting
  • Works collaboratively with marketing and sales staff to determine relevant grantor opportunities. Writes and submits all ACE grants for SCCM.
  • Reviews all Congress joint provider grants for satellite symposia. Submits all jointly provided grants.
  • Manages the ACE granting process per SCCM granting guidelines.
  • Creates all ACE outcome reports and budget reconciliations and submits to the various grantor portals.
  • Develops and manages the needs assessment process.
III. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals

Requirements 
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Clinical background helpful
  • Strong understanding of adaptive learning methodologies
  • Understanding of ACE guidelines
  • Significant experience in writing ACE grants
  • Working knowledge of learning management systems
  • Knowledge of outcomes reporting and granting portals
Title: Software Developer
Reports to: Associate Director of Technology
Primary purpose: Enhance existing software and create new software as needed by translating specifications into computer code

Responsibilities 

 I. Enhancement and Maintenance of Existing Software
  • Develops a program plan by studying user specifications related to software changes and updates.
  • Arranges specifications by developing logical sequences, preparing flowcharts, and researching possible software solutions.
  • Encodes specifications by converting logical sequences and workflow into programming language.
  • Verifies that coded software performs to specifications by performing trial testing before deployment for user testing.
  • Creates and maintains documentation of changes and customizations made to existing software solutions.
  • Works with technology staff to improve existing website offerings and create new applications and solutions as required.
  • Participates in troubleshooting software issues and integrates solutions into existing software.
II. Development of New Software
  • Develops new software solutions as required, following the development process described above to enhance SCCM’s technology offerings to members and staff.
  • Participates in the complete lifecycle of projects, including design, development, and testing through final production deployment.
  • Assists in the evaluation and implementation of contemporary and emerging technologies, techniques, and best practices.
  • Advances technical knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, and taking courses as necessary to develop skills of the latest technologies and techniques in the field.
III. Other Tasks as Required to Carry Out SCCM’s Mission and Goals

Requirements 
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Previous association experience helpful
  • Minimum 3 years .NET development experience
  • Experience building and calling REST APIs
  • Experience working with Kentico CMS
  • Experience managing source code using Azure DevOps
  • Intermediate knowledge of SQL and SQL Server Management Studio
  • Experience working with Azure-based servers
Title: Marketing Specialist 
Company:  Society of Critical Care Medicine 
Location:  Mt. Prospect, IL 
Full Time 

Description:  Under the direction of the Manager, Marketing and Communications, participates in the development of and implementation of various marketing communications strategies that contribute to the achievement of SCCM objectives.  

Pimary Responsibilities
  • Writes compelling copy and develops effective messaging, design, and content delivery strategies, while ensuring scientific/medical accuracy, cost effectiveness, and appropriateness for SCCM audiences. 
  • Consults with business line leaders and cross-departmental teams on goals and helps develop and execute strategic marketing communication initiatives for events, products, grants, and membership to achieve the Society's overall objectives. 
  • Coordinates the production and placement of SCCM resources, events, and products in communication channels (e.g. eNewsletters; emails; print journals, brochures, and magazines; apps; social media; search; and website).  
  • Helps develop and implement SCCM’s visual identity and brand, ensuring their accurate, consistent, and positive portrayal in all marketing materials in support of business lines. 
  • Identifies optimal target audiences, utilizing member management software to segment internal contact lists and securing external mailing lists.  
  • Understands and utilizes key metrics, including response rates, sales figures, and demographics of campaign responders to inform adjustments in ongoing marketing communications strategies.  
  • Works closely with the Manager, Marketing and Communications to develop schedules for creative development, proofing, production, and delivery.  
  • Manages individual project timelines and implementation of marketing communications tactics within an assigned budget.  
  • Coordinates a team of creative services vendors, including designers, printers, mail houses, post office, telemarketers, and mailing list brokers, to meet overall objectives.  
  • Coordinates interdepartmental staff in proofing review cycles for promotional pieces, ensuring that all promotions meet the Society's standards for accuracy, style, quality, and effectiveness.  
Background: 
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field  
  • Two to four years of experience in marketing and branding  
  • Preferred proficiency in Canva, Informz, Microsoft Suite  
  • In-house corporate communications experience preferred  
  • Knowledge of search engine optimization best practices  
  • Solid understanding of effective marketing strategies, materials, and channels  
  • Excellent communication, writing, editing, and project management skills  
  • Proven storyteller capable of creating a strong narrative  
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities  
  • Understanding of creative workflow process, including project initiation and kickoff, execution, approvals, production, proofing, tracking, and archiving  
Title: Marketing Specialist 
Company:  Society of Critical Care Medicine 
Location:  Mt. Prospect, IL 
Full Time 

Description:  Under the direction of the Manager, Marketing and Communications, participates in the development of and implementation of various marketing communications strategies that contribute to the achievement of SCCM objectives.  

Pimary Responsibilities
  • Writes compelling copy and develops effective messaging, design, and content delivery strategies, while ensuring scientific/medical accuracy, cost effectiveness, and appropriateness for SCCM audiences. 
  • Consults with business line leaders and cross-departmental teams on goals and helps develop and execute strategic marketing communication initiatives for events, products, grants, and membership to achieve the Society's overall objectives. 
  • Coordinates the production and placement of SCCM resources, events, and products in communication channels (e.g. eNewsletters; emails; print journals, brochures, and magazines; apps; social media; search; and website).  
  • Helps develop and implement SCCM’s visual identity and brand, ensuring their accurate, consistent, and positive portrayal in all marketing materials in support of business lines. 
  • Identifies optimal target audiences, utilizing member management software to segment internal contact lists and securing external mailing lists.  
  • Understands and utilizes key metrics, including response rates, sales figures, and demographics of campaign responders to inform adjustments in ongoing marketing communications strategies.  
  • Works closely with the Manager, Marketing and Communications to develop schedules for creative development, proofing, production, and delivery.  
  • Manages individual project timelines and implementation of marketing communications tactics within an assigned budget.  
  • Coordinates a team of creative services vendors, including designers, printers, mail houses, post office, telemarketers, and mailing list brokers, to meet overall objectives.  
  • Coordinates interdepartmental staff in proofing review cycles for promotional pieces, ensuring that all promotions meet the Society's standards for accuracy, style, quality, and effectiveness.  
Background: 
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field  
  • Two to four years of experience in marketing and branding  
  • Preferred proficiency in Canva, Informz, Microsoft Suite  
  • In-house corporate communications experience preferred  
  • Knowledge of search engine optimization best practices  
  • Solid understanding of effective marketing strategies, materials, and channels  
  • Excellent communication, writing, editing, and project management skills  
  • Proven storyteller capable of creating a strong narrative  
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities  
  • Understanding of creative workflow process, including project initiation and kickoff, execution, approvals, production, proofing, tracking, and archiving  
Title: Marketing Specialist 
Company:  Society of Critical Care Medicine 
Location:  Mt. Prospect, IL 
Full Time 

Description:  Under the direction of the Manager, Marketing and Communications, participates in the development of and implementation of various marketing communications strategies that contribute to the achievement of SCCM objectives.  

Pimary Responsibilities
  • Writes compelling copy and develops effective messaging, design, and content delivery strategies, while ensuring scientific/medical accuracy, cost effectiveness, and appropriateness for SCCM audiences. 
  • Consults with business line leaders and cross-departmental teams on goals and helps develop and execute strategic marketing communication initiatives for events, products, grants, and membership to achieve the Society's overall objectives. 
  • Coordinates the production and placement of SCCM resources, events, and products in communication channels (e.g. eNewsletters; emails; print journals, brochures, and magazines; apps; social media; search; and website).  
  • Helps develop and implement SCCM’s visual identity and brand, ensuring their accurate, consistent, and positive portrayal in all marketing materials in support of business lines. 
  • Identifies optimal target audiences, utilizing member management software to segment internal contact lists and securing external mailing lists.  
  • Understands and utilizes key metrics, including response rates, sales figures, and demographics of campaign responders to inform adjustments in ongoing marketing communications strategies.  
  • Works closely with the Manager, Marketing and Communications to develop schedules for creative development, proofing, production, and delivery.  
  • Manages individual project timelines and implementation of marketing communications tactics within an assigned budget.  
  • Coordinates a team of creative services vendors, including designers, printers, mail houses, post office, telemarketers, and mailing list brokers, to meet overall objectives.  
  • Coordinates interdepartmental staff in proofing review cycles for promotional pieces, ensuring that all promotions meet the Society's standards for accuracy, style, quality, and effectiveness.  
Background: 
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field  
  • Two to four years of experience in marketing and branding  
  • Preferred proficiency in Canva, Informz, Microsoft Suite  
  • In-house corporate communications experience preferred  
  • Knowledge of search engine optimization best practices  
  • Solid understanding of effective marketing strategies, materials, and channels  
  • Excellent communication, writing, editing, and project management skills  
  • Proven storyteller capable of creating a strong narrative  
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities  
  • Understanding of creative workflow process, including project initiation and kickoff, execution, approvals, production, proofing, tracking, and archiving  
Title: Marketing Specialist 
Company:  Society of Critical Care Medicine 
Location:  Mt. Prospect, IL 
Full Time 

Description:  Under the direction of the Manager, Marketing and Communications, participates in the development of and implementation of various marketing communications strategies that contribute to the achievement of SCCM objectives.  

Pimary Responsibilities
  • Writes compelling copy and develops effective messaging, design, and content delivery strategies, while ensuring scientific/medical accuracy, cost effectiveness, and appropriateness for SCCM audiences. 
  • Consults with business line leaders and cross-departmental teams on goals and helps develop and execute strategic marketing communication initiatives for events, products, grants, and membership to achieve the Society's overall objectives. 
  • Coordinates the production and placement of SCCM resources, events, and products in communication channels (e.g. eNewsletters; emails; print journals, brochures, and magazines; apps; social media; search; and website).  
  • Helps develop and implement SCCM’s visual identity and brand, ensuring their accurate, consistent, and positive portrayal in all marketing materials in support of business lines. 
  • Identifies optimal target audiences, utilizing member management software to segment internal contact lists and securing external mailing lists.  
  • Understands and utilizes key metrics, including response rates, sales figures, and demographics of campaign responders to inform adjustments in ongoing marketing communications strategies.  
  • Works closely with the Manager, Marketing and Communications to develop schedules for creative development, proofing, production, and delivery.  
  • Manages individual project timelines and implementation of marketing communications tactics within an assigned budget.  
  • Coordinates a team of creative services vendors, including designers, printers, mail houses, post office, telemarketers, and mailing list brokers, to meet overall objectives.  
  • Coordinates interdepartmental staff in proofing review cycles for promotional pieces, ensuring that all promotions meet the Society's standards for accuracy, style, quality, and effectiveness.  
Background: 
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field  
  • Two to four years of experience in marketing and branding  
  • Preferred proficiency in Canva, Informz, Microsoft Suite  
  • In-house corporate communications experience preferred  
  • Knowledge of search engine optimization best practices  
  • Solid understanding of effective marketing strategies, materials, and channels  
  • Excellent communication, writing, editing, and project management skills  
  • Proven storyteller capable of creating a strong narrative  
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously with great attention to detail and sensitivity to deadlines and priorities  
  • Understanding of creative workflow process, including project initiation and kickoff, execution, approvals, production, proofing, tracking, and archiving  
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