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 Career Opportunities

AMCHP Seeking Meetings & Membership Associate
The Membership and Meetings Associate is a member of the Communications and Membership Team performing a range of responsibilities related to AMCHP's membership services and annual conference. Responsibilities include the execution of all membership operations, including ensuring efficient, responsive and cost-effective processes and procedures.  More specifically, the Membership and Meetings Associate is responsible for helping to promote a "member-centric" culture among AMCHP staff; assisting the Associate Director of Communications and Membership with all recruitment, retention, and marketing campaigns; helping to ensure consistent and integrated messaging, branding and promotion of AMCHP's products and services; overseeing the dues invoicing and data entry process; helping to ensure the integrity and upkeep of the membership and customer AMS and the membership and annual conference areas of the website; acting as the junior editor of the bi-weekly electronic member newsletter Member Briefs; serving as the primary staff liaison for all annual conference activities; overseeing the annual committee volunteer recruitment and appointment process; assisting with the coordination of AMCHP's election processes; coordinating external exhibit/promotional activities and other duties as agreed. A bachelor's degree in business, communications, or relevant professional field with a minimum of two to five years of related experience or advanced technical training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, including relevant certification, is required. To apply, click here.

AMCHP Searching for Communications Associate
The Communications Associate is a member of the Communications and Membership Team and performs a range of responsibilities related to publications development, print and online content, and media. General responsibilities include substantive editing, copyediting and proofreading publications intended for broad distribution to state public health professionals; providing desktop publishing and graphic design expertise; developing and maintaining AMCHP web pages; development and oversight of social and other media campaigns; and implementing and enforcing quality-control processes for colleagues. A bachelor's degree in communications, English or a relevant professional field with a minimum of two to five years of related experience or advanced technical training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, including relevant certification, is required. To apply, click here.

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