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The senior manager of guidelines and standards manages SIR’s standards document development and methods with supervision by Quality and Performance Improvement (QPI) director. This position is responsible for developing and refining SIR methodological practices used in developing guidelines, practice parameters, and other standards documents according to IOM criteria. This position also manages the annual prioritization of standards topics, leads in the recruiting of writing group members and ensures the timely completion and publication of documents. This position will build the knowledge-base and expertise in standards for the specialty of interventional radiology by keeping up-to-date with organizations engaged in guideline development and applying that knowledge in order to guide and train the QPI program manager, standards volunteers and writing group members.
SIR is seeking an individual with the breadth of skills and experience to successfully manage two critical functions: 1) network administration duties and the relationship with SIR’s network service provider; and 2) web-development activities, technical enhancements and third-party integrations (hosting, servers, etc.) and SIR’s relationship with our website vendor. See the full job description and apply.
The Meetings coordinator will work for the director of meetings operations and with the meetings team to support the execution of meetings for the association. They will be assisting with the organizing, planning and preparation and the on-site execution of all conferences and events. Learn more and apply.
Working at the Society of Interventional Radiology
SIR is a dynamic and balanced workplace. Our supportive culture values inclusiveness, team work and collaboration.
SIR offers a competitive benefits package that includes:
We work hard but we have fun, too. One of our employee committees is the STAR team, which promotes staff recognition, organizes staff celebrations and coordinates community service projects.
Interventional radiology (also known as IR) is the minimally invasive, image-guided treatment of medical conditions that once required open surgery. By harnessing the power of advanced imaging (ultrasound, X-rays, CAT scans, MRI scans and other innovative methods), interventional radiologists can see inside your body and treat complex conditions--even cardiovascular disease and cancer--less invasively and with unprecedented precision. The result? IR can reduce the length of hospital stays, minimize potential complications, and save lives.Learn more
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