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Careers at the NAM

The NAM is looking to hire talented and passionate individuals to help us further our mission. These positions and others placed throughout the National Academies can be found on Workday.

Open positions:

NAM Fellowship Program Manager

Responsible for developing and managing three highly complex Fellowship programs, including the NAM Fellows, Distinguished Nurse Scholar in Residence, and International Fellows. Develops Fellowship program strategy and budget, staffing requirements and ensures the program/project meets its stated objectives. Serves as liaison between funders, sponsoring organizations, the National Academies, and other applicable parties. Independently supervises staff. Develops prospectuses and projects and negotiates funding with sponsors.

Senior Program Officer- NAM Leadership Consortium for a Value & Science-Driven Health System

Responsible for developing and managing highly complex programs or projects. Develops program or project strategy and budget, staffing requirements and ensures the program/project meets its stated objectives. Serves as liaison between the Consortium and Collaborative project participants, the National Academies, and other applicable parties. Independently supervises staff. Develops prospectuses and projects and negotiates funding with sponsors.

Financial Assistant

Works with either close supervision or under clearly defined procedures. Performs a variety of accounting and financial tasks requiring experience and judgment. Receives guidance/supervision on new assignments but normally works independently on mastered tasks. Follows established procedures and guidelines to perform clerical accounting and financial procedures accurately and on time. Uses pre-determined guidelines to assist in decision-making.

Senior Program Assistant- NAM Leadership Consortium for a Value & Science-Driven Health System

Performs complex clerical and administrative duties for assigned program(s) or project(s) under minimal supervision. Coordinates logistical and administrative aspects of meetings. Writes, edits, and formats routine correspondence. Uses pre-determined guidelines to assist in decision-making. Interfaces with committee members and performs duties involving committee activities. Plans administrative aspects of unit and committee, forum, and other types of meeting. Participates in research efforts including collection, assembly, and tabulation of data, as well as researching and summarizing literature. May guide work of program assistants and temporary staff.

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