Join the AAOHN Team as Director of Education

Position: The American Association of Occupational Health Nursing (AAOHN) is seeking a dynamic and experienced nurse to join our team as the Director of Education. A successful candidate will be responsible for oversight and management of the Nursing Continuing Education Approver and Provider Units. They will work closely with AAOHN staff and volunteers to maintain the high quality of AAOHN’s educational offerings and to assure compliance with American Nurses’ Credentialing Center (ANCC) requirements. The ideal candidate for this position is a registered nurse who also holds a master’s degree, has previous experience in education and program development, a track record for innovation and creativity, a strong ability to work with a team, and in-depth knowledge of the occupational and environmental health industry and practice.

Additional Information: This is an independent contractor position. The position will also require limited travel. Familiarity with ANCC requirements is desirable. AAOHN’s headquarters office is located in Chicago – the Director of Education position may work remotely from any location in the Continental United States.  

For the complete job description, please click the link below.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit the following:

  • Resume/CV
  • Cover Letter with requested salary range, salary is negotiable
  • A minimum of two examples of educational products or programs that have been developed by the applicant in the past three to five years

Applications that do not contain all three of the above requirements will not be considered.

Applications and questions about this position should be directed to AAOHN’s Executive Director, Kaye Englebrecht at The application period for this position will close on January 18, 2019.

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