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The vision of the Adolescent Health Initiative (AHI) is to transform the health care landscape to optimize adolescent health and well-being. AHI is searching for a Marketing & Events Assistant to support the planning of events that work to share adolescent-centered research and best practices with a national audience of health care professionals.
A primary goal of AHI’s events is preparing health professionals to better support adolescents across and within their identities. The AHI team works to ensure that their events promote evidence-based practice and prioritize care for youth across a wide spectrum of identities. This includes, but is not limited to, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transgender and non-binary youth, youth across intersecting racial identities and experiences, migrant youth, young people across socioeconomic statuses, system-involved youth, young people from all religious backgrounds, expectant or parenting teens, adolescents that have disabilities or identify as disabled, and any identity marker that impacts a young person’s experience as it relates to health. Qualified candidates for this position should be committed to supporting this type of work.
The Marketing & Events Assistant supports the coordination and execution of the Annual Conference on Adolescent Health, and the Connection Session by coordinating stakeholder communication, event registration, data collection, and deliverable tracking. It is important that the Marketing & Events Assistant prioritizes inclusion and accessibility in their planning processes.
Qualified candidates should possess strong organization and communication skills. Applicants should enjoy working as part of a dynamic, interdisciplinary team, and share the AHI values of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Collaboration, Expertise, Innovation, Quality, and Responsiveness. For this role, it is important that a candidate is committed to working intentionally to equitably represent and center diverse communities in their work.
The Marketing & Events Assistant also serves as an important member of AHI’s Marketing Team that works closely together to advance the vision of AHI through strategic practices. This group values active collaboration, feedback, and support.
Creates and coordinates event registration pages using Cvent, the event management platform
Coordinates and tracks speaker, youth, and volunteer communication for events using email and Microsoft Excel
Coordinates the award submission and tracking process for the Annual Conference on Adolescent Health using Qualtrics survey platform and email
Supports coordination of the Call for Proposal submission and tracking process using Qualtrics, email, and Microsoft Excel
Supports the coordination of event planning timelines, and tracking deliverables using Asana, the project management software
Supports the coordination of staff, volunteer, and professional advisory committee schedules for events using Microsoft Excel and AsanaBuilds surveys to support data collection for events using Qualtrics
Other duties as assigned in support of AHI’s larger vision and marketing goals
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
Experience working with diverse communities
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively as part of a team
Excellent communication, customer service, and organization skills
Values accessibility as an important part of their work
Experience with Qualtrics, or an equivalent survey creation platform
Experience with event management platforms
Experience with event promotion
Experience with health care or youth-serving organizations
Microsoft Office Suite experience, particularly Excel
Demonstrated event planning experience
Demonstrated commitment to advancing racial equity (either in work, volunteer, or personal experiences)
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