American Society of Hematology

Careers at ASH

Open positions at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) are listed below. If you are searching for a hematology job, please visit the ASH Job Center.

Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Practice Guidelines)

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks an energetic and highly professional Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Practice Guidelines). This position will support the development of ASH clinical practice guidelines, clinical guidance resources, and other ASH quality improvement products, including clinical performance measures. This role will manage the development of specific ASH clinical practice guidelines and performance measures. The Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Practice Guidelines) will establish and track project timelines; act as a liaison with stakeholder organizations, manage the identification, vetting, and appointment of individuals to guideline development panels and advisory panels; prepare meeting agendas, materials, and minutes; provide orientation on the Standard Operating Procedure to panel members; manage the execution of systematic evidence reviews by external consultants; and coordinate stakeholder review of draft guidelines. This role will also support the development and publication of other clinical guidance resources, such as pocket guides, expert opinion articles, and other clinical statements.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of project management experience. A master’s degree or advanced coursework in a field relevant to guideline development or health care quality improvement, such as public health, clinical epidemiology, or health sciences, and experience in clinical practice guideline or clinical performance measure development is preferred. Knowledge of healthcare quality improvement and work experience in a nonprofit environment is desired. Excellent organizational and follow-through skills, and strong communication skills, both oral and written, are required for the position. Qualified candidates must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, including professionalism and the ability to work well with staff and leadership. Proficiency with Microsoft Office is required. Some flexibility in work hours is required.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in its effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line “ASH JOBS: Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Practice Guidelines).”

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Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Quality Improvement)

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks an energetic and highly professional Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Quality Improvement). This position will support the development of ASH clinical practice guidelines, clinical guidance resources, and other ASH quality improvement products, including clinical performance measures. This role will manage the development of specific ASH clinical practice guidelines and performance measures. The Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Quality Improvement) will establish and track project timelines; act as a liaison with stakeholder organizations; manage the identification, vetting, and appointment of individuals to measure development panels; prepare meeting agendas, materials, and minutes; provide orientation on the measure development process to panel members; work with physician experts to develop and document measure logic and specifications; coordinate stakeholder review of draft measures; and manage measure testing and validation. This role will also support the development and publication of other clinical guidance resources, such as pocket guides, expert opinion articles, and other clinical statements.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of project management experience. A master’s degree or advanced coursework desired in a field relevant to guideline development or healthcare quality improvement, such as public health, clinical epidemiology, or health sciences and experience in clinical practice guideline or clinical performance measure development is preferred. Knowledge of health care quality improvement and work experience in a nonprofit environment is desired. Excellent organizational and follow-through skills, and strong communication skills, both oral and written, are required for the position. Qualified candidates must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, including professionalism and the ability to work well with staff and leadership. Proficiency with Microsoft Office is required. Some flexibility in work hours is required.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in its effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line “ASH JOBS: Manager, Clinical Quality Projects (Practice Guidelines).”

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Manager of Business Services

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks a Manager of Business Services to lead the day-to-day facilities operations of the Society, including the effective and proactive support of administrative operations pertaining to space planning and management, insurance administration, procurement, contract management, business continuity planning, security and coordination of support services and resources to meet organizational needs, and management/monitoring of the related budgets. This position works collaboratively with the building management team in ensuring the effective coordination of support services and resources to meet organizational needs.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of experience in project management, business planning, and integration of technology on both the strategic and tactical levels; association experience is highly preferred. Applicants must have proven abilities in managing multiple high-quality projects simultaneously and delivering results on time and within budget. Budgetary, interpersonal, and people management skills are critical. Excellent communication and problem-solving skills are also required.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line "ASH JOBS: Manager of Business Services."

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Community Engagement Manager

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks an energetic and highly professional Community Engagement Manager to lead the development and execution of a broad-based program for engaging the various communities served by ASH. This position is responsible for supporting ASH leadership in its desire to turn a “one size fits all” engagement approach into a highly customized experience designed to improve opportunities for hematologists to engage with the Society regardless of their membership status.

The Community Engagement Manager is responsible for analyzing member and engagement trends, providing business analysis related to membership and customer behavior, ensuring preferential benefits and value for members, and identifying new or additional opportunities for hematologists to become involved with ASH. The position will collaborate with internal departments to increase engagement among those who already participate in ASH programs such as the Fundamentals for Hematology Fellows program, ASH Scholar Awards, Bridge Grant Awards, MMSAP Awards, and others.

The Community Engagement Manager will oversee ASH’s customer service function and lead direct reports. The individual in this role will develop and implement procedures and quality assurance mechanisms to ensure that the highest quality of customer service is provided to members and customers at all times. The Community Engagement Manager will also be responsible for selecting and developing ongoing training for the customer service staff.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least five years experience working with membership, communities, chapters, and constituent engagement at a medical society (preferred) or professional membership organization. Qualified candidates must have prior supervisory experience and the ability and willingness to work in an evolving arena while contributing to the development of a strategic vision. The ability to organize and execute multiple high-quality programs simultaneously while meeting budgetary and timeline parameters, strong organizational skills, data analysis, and attention to detail are required for this role. Exceptional communication skills (oral and written) are also essential. Candidates must have familiarity with MS Office products, contact management and association management software.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in its effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line “ASH JOBS: Community Engagement Manager.”

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Controller

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks an energetic and highly professional Controller. The Controller is responsible for oversight of the day-to-day finance and accounting activities, ensuring all activities are managed in compliance with regulations, policies, procedures, financial strategy, generally accepted accounting principles, and the requirements of ASH funders and sponsors. The Controller manages the allocation of shared budget items among ASH departments and programs in conjunction with the organizational operating budget. Specific duties include cash flow management, working closely with the IT department to develop tools and/or recommend technology that provides critical financial information to executives and committees, and managing the Senior Accountant, Accounting Associate, and Accounting Assistant positions.

The ideal candidate must be a self-starter who thrives and is able to work independently in a fast-paced, creative environment. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and seven to 10 years of experience as a senior-level accountant or other senior finance professional with public accounting experience at a membership organization or other non-profit organization. A CPA license and substantial experience managing and mentoring staff are required. Qualified candidates must be hands-on strategic thinkers who will own, in partnership with the Director of Finance, the responsibility for the finance function. The ability to supervise and review the work of others, to prioritize competing deadlines, and effectively communicate and present financial information to others is required. Strong leadership and management skills, with the ability to develop and manage collaborative business relationships both internally and externally, are necessary for the role. Experience with Solomon and association management software preferred.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line "ASH JOBS: Controller.”

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Awards Coordinator

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks an energetic and highly professional Awards Coordinator to provide principal support for all phases of the Society’s awards activities. This position will manage the online awards application system, review processes, serve as a liaison to stakeholders, monitor award recipient outcomes, and process financial information. The Awards Coordinator will also represent the Awards team on cross-departmental initiatives and assist when needed with administrative functions of the department.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least three years of relevant work experience. A background in awards, scholarship, or grant programs is required. Qualified candidates must have excellent organizational and time management skills, strong attention to detail, and a high level of customer service. Candidates must have proficiency in Microsoft Office and database reporting.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in its effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line “ASH JOBS: Awards Coordinator.”

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Quality Improvement Programs Coordinator

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks an energetic and highly professional Quality Improvement Programs Coordinator to provide administrative support for the Society’s quality portfolio, consisting of development and implementation of clinical practice guidelines and derivative products, clinical performance measures, and facilitation of clinical consultation. This position will assist with organizing departmental meetings, respond to member inquiries, maintain information on departmental databases, coordinate department content on the ASH website, and complete department financial tasks. The Quality Improvement Programs Coordinator will also support administrative aspects of committees, working groups, and panels, and will support the Quality Improvement Specialist in the Society’s Consult-a-Colleague program.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least two years of experience in programmatic administrative support. Qualified candidates must have excellent organizational and time management skills, strong attention to detail, and a high level of customer service. Candidates must have proficiency in Microsoft Office and database reporting, and knowledge of TIMSS/Personify is preferred. Candidates with prior experience working in an association environment are preferred.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in its effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line “ASH JOBS: Quality Improvement Programs Coordinator.”

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Customer Relations Representative

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks a dynamic, motivated, and detail-oriented Customer Relations Representative. This position is responsible for ensuring members’ and customers’ expectations are met or exceeded through the effective communication of information, timely order processing, and prompt resolution of issues. This role serves as the first point of contact for inbound customer service-related calls, voicemails, and emails in a fast-paced environment where service excellence is a top priority. The customer relations representative is also responsible for placing outbound calls to respond to inquiries and coordinates feedback to other departments for improved operations.

The ideal candidate must be a self-starter who thrives and is able to work independently in a fast-paced, creative environment. Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma with a minimum of one year of work experience; a bachelor’s degree is preferred. Qualified candidates must be detail-oriented with excellent oral and written communication skills and exceptional organizational and customer service skills. This position requires effective problem-solving and interpersonal skills. Proficiency with computers as well as with the Microsoft Windows operating system is required; proficiency with the use of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and association software knowledge (i.e., TIMSS) is preferred.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in effective time and resource management. We highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line "ASH JOBS: Customer Relations Representative."

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Editorial Assistant

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) seeks a motivated, detail-oriented Editorial Assistant to work in its Communications Department. The Editorial Assistant will assist with day-to-day administrative tasks related to the Society’s print and e-newsletters, including a bi-monthly member newsletter and a soon-to-be-launched monthly clinical news magazine. Specific responsibilities include communicating with editors and contributors about article assignments and deadlines, fact checking, proofreading, researching and drafting articles, posting content to the website, maintaining files, preparing meeting agendas, and drafting minutes.

This job is perfect for someone eager to gain editorial experience while working for a good cause. The ideal candidate is one who thrives on keeping busy with a variety of tasks in a creative environment. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, preferably in English, Journalism, or Communications, and outstanding writing, proofreading, interpersonal, and organizational skills; at least one year of work experience is preferred. Qualified candidates must have the ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Experience with graphic design software and HTML coding is a plus.

ASH has a collegial, high-energy, and results-driven work environment. Society staff take pride in effective time and resource management and highly value collaboration, education, innovation, and excellence. ASH is looking for candidates who have demonstrated these values in their day-to-day work experience.

The Society’s headquarters is within walking distance of several Metro stations on the Blue/Orange and Red lines.

To apply, send a resume, writing sample, salary requirement, and cover letter that speaks to how you have demonstrated alignment with our stated values to jobs@hematology.org with the subject line “ASH JOBS: Editorial Assistant - Communications.”

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