Do you enjoy working with member volunteers and seeing your projects come to life? LUGPA is seeking a Member Programs Specialist to help manage operations, activities and work processes of several LUGPA committees in overall team effort to carry out the Association’s mission to ‘preserve and advance the independent practice of urology.’
Responsibilities include the following:
Act as staff liaison for a number of LUGPA committees. Organize standing committee and task force meetings, create agendas, write minutes and do follow up on action items. Some travel required for off-site meetings.
Serve as project manager for committee activities to keep work moving on schedule and prioritizing projects within the framework of the organization’s goals and procedures. Ensure completion of strategic plan assignments and budgets.
Provide assistance as needed for LUGPA programs, meetings and events.
A suitable candidate must be capable of maintaining a highly professional working relationship with volunteer committee members, LUGPA staff and external association resources. The position is responsible for working closely with committee leaders to provide guidance on the LUGPA work process and support the management of committee meetings and work items. Demonstrated writing ability is preferred. This position reports to the Member Programs Manager.
Mature outlook with strong ability to work with and motivate volunteers as well as ability to work independently.
Excellent writer and editor.
Proven capability to analyze problems, develop a recommended path forward and manage implementation of resolution.
Ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to changing deadlines and priorities.
Capacity to make decisions and communicate the results with professionalism, diplomacy and tact.
Superior interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
Exceptional organizational, time management and prioritization skills.
Ability to quickly learn and master new technologies/systems including databases, email software, web-based tools, etc.
Strong administrative and word processing skills, with solid knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office Suite and data entry into relational databases. MemberClicks experience is a plus.
About Large Urology Group Practice Association
During the early 2000’s physician leaders of integrated urology practices began to recognize the need for a formal association to help prepare them for the challenges of the future. In 2008, the Large Urology Group Practice Association (LUGPA) was established with the purpose of enhancing communication among large groups, allowing for the benchmarking of operations, enhancing communication among large groups, allowing for the benchmarking of operations, promoting quality clinical outcomes, developing growth opportunities, and improving advocacy in the legislative and regulatory arenas.