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Employment Opportunities

The AAN is the world’s largest association of neurologists and the largest trade association in Minnesota. The Academy was established in 1948 as a medical specialty society serving neurologists and the neuroscience community. Today, the AAN employs a staff of approximately 150 employees committed to advancing the art and science of neurology and promoting the best possible care for patients with neurologic disorders.

The AAN offers positions in Accounting, Marketing, Communications, Digital Development, Research, Health Policy, Information Systems, Project Management, Administration, Human Resources, and more. The AAN is an equal-opportunity employer.

Employment Openings

Position: Chief Health Policy Officer

Research Analyst
Provides insights on members. ...
Front End Developer/Graphic Designer
This position will perform as a member of the Membership, Communications and Pubilications (MCP) division to conceptualize and produce a wide variety of print and interactive design deliverables based on AAN styles and standards. Collaboration with other creative resources is essential for the success of this position...
Executive Assistant, CESC
Provides administrative support for the Deputy Executive Director...
Program Manager, CESC Publications/Marketing
Assists in the development of promotions for Education, Science, and Conferences programs and events...
Executive Director, United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties
The Executive Director is responsible for working with the UCNS Board of Directors to build and maintain business structure and performance management capacity. This includes building and maintaining a Board-Executive Director partnership that leads with innovation in operational planning and management. The Executive Director oversees all operational aspects of the organization and works with the board, councils, committees and staff to ensure that initiatives and programs are efficiently and effectively administered. ...

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