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Careers At HCCA

Community Engagement Manager

This position is responsible for the management, execution and strategy of the Association Networking Tools. Managing and building relationships with compliance community members, supporting the mission of the Association.  Responsible for executing activities to engage members and the compliance community in an ongoing dialog, primarily through social media.  SCCE & HCCA communities include the overall global compliance community as well as specific segment communities.

Conference Technology Specialist

This position is responsible planning, coordinating, and utilizing various technology systems used to deliver virtual, in-person, and hybrid conferences. This person will work closely with the conference planning team to understand the technology requirements for each event. Those requirements will then be used to provision the appropriate technology either through vendors or internal systems. Other activities include maintaining a mobile app (no programming), troubleshooting various conference technologies, assisting with integrations between related systems, coordination of video recording acquisitions and post-processing. In addition to ensuring a successful member experience from a technology perspective, this role will also function as a backup to the technology coordinator by maintaining events in the backend registration systems.

Marketing Specialist

The Marketing Specialist is responsible for the successful research, development, and execution of marketing strategies for SCCE, HCCA, and CCB programs. Programs include but are not limited to association membership, conferences, certification, and publications.  Marketing strategies will be designed to support association initiatives, that include creating awareness, driving new and returning association members, conference attendees, product purchases and engagement with SCCE, HCCA, CCB and COSMOS programs. Key initiative areas include direct marketing, print collateral, PPC/digital campaigns, e-mail marketing, social media and more.

Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator responsibilities include working closely with the publishing director to prepare comprehensive action plans, including resources, timeframes and budgets for projects. You will perform various coordinating tasks, like schedule and risk management, along with administrative duties, like maintaining project documentation and handling financial queries. To succeed in this role, you should have excellent time management and communication skills, as you’ll collaborate with project sponsors and internal teams to deliver results on deadlines. The Project Coordinator’s duties are to ensure that all projects are completed on time, within budget and meet high quality standards.