Continuing Education Planner

Mountain Area Health Education Center Asheville , NC 28804

Posted 3 weeks ago

MAHEC's Division of Continuing Professional Development seeks to hire a Continuing Education Planner position. This position will develop and oversee continuing education programs that meet the training needs of physicians, nurses, mental health providers and other healthcare providers. Responsibilities include needs assessment, planning, implementation, & evaluation of continuing education programs in the MAHEC region; developing & evaluating marketing strategies; and working collaboratively with MAHEC staff and providers, AHEC staff in other regions, and other continuing education partners.

Any combination of education and experience Masters in Nursing, Curriculum Development, Public Health, Social Work, Counseling, or related field and minimum of three to five years of professional experience in practice and education required. North Carolina state licensure/certification in professional discipline preferred (RN, LCSW, LPC, CCAS, etc.). Valid driver's license required.

MAHEC Human Resources is located 121 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, NC 28803. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and Spanish/English bilingual persons are strongly encouraged to apply.

MAHEC is a certified Living Wage employer through Just Economics of Western North Carolina.

Position Open Until Filled.


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