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Call for Applicants: AAO-HNSF Coordinator for International Affairs

The Foundation Board of Directors is seeking applicants to serve as Board Coordinator for International Affairs. The Coordinator for International Affairs oversees implementation of the high-profile, important portfolio of AAO-HNSF’s global outreach and programs and ensures alignment with the strategic plan.

The successful candidate will:

  • Coordinate and implement the AAO-HNSF strategic plan to promote AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience attendance, products, membership, and activities to non-U.S. otolaryngologists.
  • Represent the AAO-HNSF at select international meetings and coordinate AAO-HNSF participation in Joint Meetings with International Corresponding Societies.
  • Serve as a liaison and advocate for non-U.S. stakeholders to the Board, members, and staff.
  • Serve as a member of the Executive Committee of the AAO-HNSF International Advisory Board, the Foundation’s global governance body.
  • Coordinate global initiatives at the Annual Meeting & OTO Experience, including the submissions review process and program development for the AAO-HNSF International Symposium.
  • Supervise selection and administration of international awards and honors, e.g., Nikhil J. Bhatt, MD International Awards and the International Visiting Scholarships.
  • Develop and grow relationships with global otolaryngology societies and thought leaders in other countries and territories.
  • Present regular progress reports to the Foundation Board and attend Board of Directors meetings.

The appointment is for a four-year term. Candidates must be an otolaryngologist and full U.S. Fellow member of the AAO-HNS. If selected to this esteemed position by the Foundation Board, the Coordinator will shadow the current Coordinator before taking office.

Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter summarizing their qualifications, a curriculum vitae, and letters of recommendation to Rebecca Dobbins, AAO-HNSF Director, Global Affairs, at rdobbins@entnet.org no later than 11:59 pm (ET), March 1.