Position Title: Certification Program Development Expert
Reports To: Technical Director
Compensation: $70,000 - $85,000, depending on experience
Location: Negotiable: All Alliances Management team members work virtually
Dedication: Expected 40 hours/week
Travel: 10%, domestic and international
Qualified candidates should send a resume and a customized introductory letter (which we really do read) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications should be received no later than 30 October 2017.
Alliances Management is an association management and consulting company with professionals located throughout the United States and satellite offices in Europe and Asia. We fulfill high-profile functions for international clients, including EMVCo and GlobalPlatform in the association space and eBay and Visa in the private sector. We have grown tenfold since our inception in 2006 because of our unwavering commitment to excellence. Our services include development of international programs, management of global events, financial management, and implementation of certification programs.
We are interested in hiring only candidates with extremely high standards and who believe that client satisfaction is essential not only in its own right, but also because it will bring long-term success to Alliances Management.
To learn more, visit www.alliancesmanagement.com.
Candidate will support Alliances Management clients by working with internal and external teams to create high-quality policy and procedure documentation for certification programs in development, create applications and forms to support operational needs, and maintain active program documentation.
For new certification programs, this role supports all aspects of the development, including initial brainstorming with SMEs, defining project timelines and deliverables, creating documentation, and coordinating all required approvals for launch. For existing programs, this role maintains the programs by updating the documentation and procedures as necessary.
Requirements & Skills: