As the Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) Relationship Manager, you’ll have a deep understanding of the technical and business challenges that stakeholders in the Nuclear Medicine Technology field face. You’ll work to improve ARRT’s relationships with both partner organizations and stakeholders, including
Nuclear medicine technology professional societies,
Medical and technology organizations,
Education programs and students.
In this role, you’ll also identify opportunities to increase the reputation and awareness of the value of the ARRT’s certification and registration.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Set and execute a stakeholder relationship strategy consistent with ARRT's overall strategy and policies that defines which issues to focus on, which opportunities to pursue, and which individuals to invest time in.
Set bold goals for the development of mutually beneficial relationships among ARRT and other stakeholders in the Nuclear Medicine community.
Build strong relationships with Nuclear Medicine leaders and influencers.
Mobilize the right people, resources, and ideas into each stakeholder relationship from across ARRT.
Engage in regular traffic-building activities that reinforce ARRT's business.
Consistently generate new opportunities with existing and/or new stakeholders.
Evolve contacts into advocates for ARRT.
Partner with senior ARRT executives, technical staff, finance staff, and other stakeholders.
Strengthen ARRT's reputation as a gold standard nuclear medicine certification and registration organization.
Identify existing human resources on ARRT Board and staff relevant to Nuclear Medicine relationship, coordinates, and leads the team, providing appropriate coaching and mentoring along the way.
Put together a team with the right mix of skills, experience, and background for each particular stakeholder and delivery challenge.
Develop an ARRT community of nuclear medicine technology volunteers.
Work with team to craft tailored, innovative solutions that truly work for stakeholders; gain buy-in and think beyond conventional wisdom.
Contribute to the enhancement of current Nuclear Medicine service offerings and/or the development of new ones.
Create knowledge that becomes part of the ARRT's intellectual capital.
Increase ARRT's market share and industry presence within the Nuclear Medicine Technologist certification and registration space.
Track and analyze data for trends, handle problems and analyzes communications to refine ARRT relationships.
Monitor competitor activities, assess threats and implement plans and resources to grow marketplace share.
Participate in industry events, research, authorships, and committees to increase ARRT's presence and participation in the nuclear medicine technology profession along with ARRT certifications and registrations.
Improve program director, educator, and student perception of ARRT's Nuclear Medicine Technology certification and registration programs.
Ability to travel frequently, up to 40% based on business needs.
A degree in education, nuclear medicine, radiologic technology, or related field
Five years minimum as an ARRT Certified and Registered Radiologic Technologist in Nuclear Medicine Technology. R.T.(N)(ARRT)
Two years of experience as a nuclear medicine or radiologic technology educator
This position is onsite in our St. Paul, MN office. Relocation assistance may be available.
The Twin Cities (Minneapolis and St. Paul) is a vibrant and lively metropolitan area. It consistently appears on national lists of best places to live in the U.S., and we couldn't agree more. We're home to six professional sports teams, an impressive arts and theater scene, and numerous restaurants with James Beard-winning and -nominated chefs. We also have an abundance of lakes, trails, and outdoor activities, as well as dozens of higher education institutions within the metro area.
MSP Airport is a hub for Delta airlines and has numerous non-stop flights to major cities in the U.S. and abroad.
Download a PDF of the full job description, which also includes information on required competencies, skills, and abilities, and a list physical demands. Position closes May 31, 2017. For more information visit www.arrt.org
About The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) is the world’s largest organization offering credentials in medical imaging, interventional procedures, and radiation therapy. We certify and register technologists in 15 disciplines by overseeing and administering education, ethics, and examination requirements.