Customer Service and Support, Meetings/Expositions/Events, Membership
4 Year Degree
Manages SIR volunteer activities by implementing strategies to improve volunteer project management. Supports all aspects of SIR sections and Service Lines, including recruitment, meeting management, appointments, evaluation and recognition. Promotes cross divisional volunteer collaboration to meet the needs of the Society and support volunteer workplans. Will leverage member data to continually assess member needs through section management, ensure that the society is appropriately inclusive and that the accomplishments of individuals and groups are recognized. Will ensure efficient and effective allocation of section volunteer and staff resources and facilitate communication among these groups and other divisions of the Society. Will have oversight for sections and service line related projects and activities for SIR and will support the Director of Governance and Engagement.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Develop and implement tools and resources to manage volunteer projects and activities.
Train staff liaisons on effective volunteer management.
Foster collaboration among the section chairs, other member leaders, staff liaisons, and other key influencers and stakeholders.
Enable strong lines of communication among member leaders and staff to ensure maximum reach, efficiency, understanding and impact of the Sections’ work.
Serves as the expert on SIR Sections’ model functioning, develop and needs.
Nurture a strong leadership pipeline of engaged members, including a comprehensive orientation program for section leaders. And serve as a resource for best practice, resource identification, and innovative ideas.
Develop and oversee recognition programs that acknowledge the outstanding achievements of the section activities.
Support cross departmental collaborate with staff in areas of the society to include: Advocacy, Education, Performance and Quality Improvement, Standards and, Communications and Marketing to support section and service line initiatives.
Serve as the primary staff liaison for the Women in IR, URM and ACIR Sections.
Serve as a staff liaison and coordinate all Service Line activities and tasks (including but not limited to regular conference calls, in-face meetings, online collaboration, etc.)
Secondary Functions and Responsibilities
Direct and maintain SIR Sections which may require additional and separate fees, member benefits and structure.
Maintains the governance and administrative policies and procedures documents for SIR Sections.
Manage and update SIR Section webpages, microsites and online communities.
Manage and promote the SIR Speakers’ Bureau.
Develop a mechanism to recognize volunteer contributions through engagement scoring
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Proficiency in Association Management database systems.
Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate with employees at all levels in the
Proven track record of building strong relationships and partnerships.
Experience managing volunteer lead projects
Ability to work on multiple projects, meeting tight deadlines.
Ability to critically analyze data and to identify trends.
An exceptionally strong service?driven approach, with the ability to see the big picture and
manage the details with leadership and diplomacy.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills to deliver presentations and facilitate focus
Proven experience in program implementation and evaluation.
Ability to detect small issues and problem solve before they become larger challenges.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
Advanced degree and/or certification in professional field preferred
Five years of professional experience in association management or similar field. Experience with membership and/or component relations preferred.
Experience in project management.
Proven ability to work in collaborations leading committees or other volunteer groups
Strategic project work including problem solving and decision making.
Experience being accountable for revenue and expenses.
About Society of Interventional Radiology
The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) is located in Fairfax, Virginia, SIR is a national organization (approx. 40 staff members) of physicians, scientists, and allied health professionals dedicated to improving public health through disease management and minimally invasive, image-guided therapeutic interventions. Today, SIR continues to maintain steady membership growth with more than 6,000 physician and allied health care members.