Associate Director Compliance CME


$60 - $65
Contract - W2
Contract - 6 Month(s)


continuing medical education
medical education

Job Details

The Associate Director of Compliance is responsible for reviewing and collaboratively developing CME/CE/CPD educational content within deadlines and with the highest quality. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to:

Coordinate with content development staff, including Medical Education Directors & Program Managers, throughout program development to ensure adherence to Joint Accreditation criteria (ACCME, ANCC, ACPE, AAPA) including ACCME Standards for Commercial Support

Provide compliance review of activities and materials prior to posting to ensure independence, fair balance, scientific rigor, appropriateness for target audience, and compliance with accreditation criteria and standards

Collaborate to create accredited CME/CE activities that are self-funded, including review, light edit, and/or write brief overviews of clinical relevance of the article and posttest questions as needed

Remain current on accreditation criteria and standards

Provide training, insight and guidance to other team members on accreditation compliance, department policies, and best practices

Maintain friendly and productive relationships through clear articulation and an effective communication style with internal and external stakeholders

Continuously identify opportunities for process improvement

Complete other responsibilities, as assigned

Required Skills


A self-directed clinician with broad therapeutic experience who has excellent time management skills

A leader who exhibits confidence in self and others; inspires and motivates others to perform well; accepts feedback from others; gives appropriate recognition to others

A smart communicator and good negotiator who excels at developing and fostering positive team dynamics

Thrives in a role that relies on accuracy, attention to detail and consistency of work

A true team player who jumps in and tackles new assignments and constantly looks for ways to help the department

Someone who is comfortable in a highly deadline-driven environment, and able to pivot quickly between tasks and adapt to rapidly shifting priorities

Enjoys leveraging technology to make your job easier


Clinical degree (MD, PA, PharmD, RN, or NP)

Minimum of 3 years experience developing content in accordance with ACCME, ANCC ACPE, and/or Joint Accreditation requirements

Minimum of 8 years experience working as a clinician and/or in a medical education company, medical communications company, professional medical publisher, academic institution, and/or medical society or pharmaceutical company; online publishing preferred

Strong background in adult learning principles and curriculum design (alignment of practice gap, educational need, objectives, content, and assessment)

Skilled in applying PhARMA, AdvaMed, FDA and OIG guidance on use of commercial support in continuing education

Effective written and verbal communication

Excellent computer skills that includes working remotely on shared networks and cloud- based systems, and proficiency using G-Suite (Gmail, Goggle Drive) and Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel); and web-based data and document sharing sites (SharePoint, Accent Library)

Experience with web-based project management tools (such as Workfront, MS Project)

Ability to work effectively and efficiently on shared networks/corporate applications (Workfront, MS Project)

Strong focus on accuracy and attention to detail

Excellent time management and organizational skills, with the ability to efficiently work on multiple tasks simultaneously in a highly deadline-driven environment, while taking into consideration stakeholders based across multiple time zones

Ability to work in cross-functional internal teams

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