If you're a talented individual interested in working with caring physicians within a growing member association, the AOA may be the place for you.
Select a position below to submit an online application or send your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to: Department of Human Resources, American Osteopathic Association, 142 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611-2864; or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualified applicants will be considered; no telephone calls or search firms, please. The AOA is proud to be an EEOC employer.
Thank you for your interest in joining our AOA team! “We’re building a great future, and we’d love to build it with you,” says the AOA’s new CEO Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, in a welcome message to those applying for jobs at the AOA.
The AOA Logistics Manager is responsible for managing the mail room, mail and package delivery, and all mail room logistics. This position will oversee room set-up for large meetings and logistical needs for the organization.
Serves as coordinator/service representative in the Member Resources Center (MRC) to deliver service excellence to DOs and members of the osteopathic family in the areas of policy and processes for continuing medical education credits, membership policies and dues payments processing and troubleshooting internet access issues. Makes recommendations for process improvement and enhancements that better serve AOA’s customers. Must demonstrate teamwork, integrity, initiative, adaptability and a willingness to gain new knowledge.
Under the direction of the Certification Director and/or Manager – Certifying Board Services (CBS), the certification specialist assists in providing certifying services to the CBS. This position requires the ability to interact tactfully with professionals on all levels within the association and with the board members, the ability to handle confidential material, deal with sensitive situations, and possess a high degree of attention to detail. The successful candidate will need the ability to understand a complex system of inter-related activities, and to draw independent conclusions based on information provided by candidates/board members and to interact meaningfully with the Certification Manager based on those assessments. The successful candidate will demonstrate willingness to support the Certifying Board Services team.
This position is responsible for providing strategic direction, relationship building and professional management services/support for American Osteopathic Association (AOA) state and specialty college affiliates. This role provides input to the Secretaries of Bureaus, Councils and Committees. Increase the health and effectiveness of affiliate organizations by providing key association management resources. Provides operational direction to AOA staff in the support of key AOA affiliates in order to work collaboratively with affiliate leaders. Develops, manages and implements tools, programs and resources. Oversees a management services program for contracted AOA affiliates.
As a member of the AOA’s senior leadership team, the role requires an innovative approach to support and implement programs and strategic plan priority objectives. The role requires exceptional communication and the ability to execute key initiatives across multiple organizations.
This individual is responsible for coordinating and organizing data received from proposed Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (COMs) applying for accreditation status or existing COMs in order to maintain their continuing accreditation status. This role serves as a resource for the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) by using data to inform and drive decision-making and meet COCA standards. This position will focus on streamlining existing data collection and reporting processes and help develop new processes when needed. Candidates must possess the ability to adapt rapidly to evolving priorities while meeting multiple deadlines. This role requires maintaining confidentiality of COM data.
Working with the Vice President, Communications and other department leaders, the Director of Executive and Internal Communications develops key messages, talking points, presentations and reports to drive awareness and understanding of the AOA and its strategic priorities. The Director gathers and disseminates news from departments including Certifying Board Services, Education, Membership and Affiliates for organizational stakeholders through various AOA channels. This role also provides presentations, talking points, speeches and thought leadership assistance to the CEO, President and President-elect and AOA Trustees.
The Manager, Brand Marketing serves as a marketing consultant to business units within the organization, to help develop and execute marketing plans that increase awareness and usage of AOA products and services. He/she will collaborate with Department of Communications colleagues to execute integrated, multi-channel campaigns that promote AOA membership, board certification and events to key audiences, and will track and evaluate campaign effectiveness. This role reports to the Director of Brand Marketing.
The Graphic Design Manager is the driving force behind the visual brand identity of the American Osteopathic Association, and is responsible for concept development and design execution of integrated marketing campaigns to promote AOA products and services. Requirements include applying brand guidelines across the organization to ensure visual consistency across channels and collaborating with departments to create effective/impactful visuals for print and digital channels (email, web, social, video) that support the brand. Experience working in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment is a requirement.
The Vice President of Accreditation serves as the secretary to the AOA’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA), an independent body, which serves the public by establishing, maintaining and applying accreditation standards and procedures to ensure that academic quality and continuous quality improvement delivered by the colleges of osteopathic medicine (COMs) reflect the evolving practice of osteopathic medicine. The scope of the COCA encompasses the accreditation of the COMs. The Vice President directs the operations and administration of the Department of Accreditation, which is responsible for providing staff support to the AOA’s accreditation program for COMs.