CMA is always looking to attract, hire and retain high-performing employees who have a personal stake in the association’s success. CMA employees enjoy competitive salaries, exceptional benefits, and a rewarding work environment.
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The California Medical Association is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
The Associate Director is responsible for policy development, analysis and regulatory advocacy with state and local agencies. The Associate Director manages these issues within the policy-making bodies of the association, which includes an annual congress of physician delegates, a Board of Trustees, an Executive Committee, standing councils, technical advisory committees and delegations.
Download full CMA job description here. Added 11/21/16
The Director of Human Resources is the link between CMA management, employees and our external Professional Employment Organization (PEO) partner. The Director has primary responsibility for the implementation and administration of policies, procedures and programs related to all areas of Human Resources. General responsibilities include: managing and advising on payroll and compensation, employment recruitment, benefits, employee relations, conflict resolution and staff development.
Download full CMA job description here. Added 11/15/16
The Legislative Assistant is the staff coordinator for the Council on Legislation, managing identification and tracking of legislation for the Association. The Assistant also provides administrative and research support to four lobbyists within the Center for Government Relations and the Center for Federal Government Relations.
Download full CMA job description here. Added 11/8/16
CMA’s Center for Legal Affairs defends the rights of physicians and their patients in the courts and works closely with other CMA advocacy centers to influence health policy created by the legislature, regulatory agencies and the private sector. CMA’s legal advocacy in the courts generally takes one of two forms: filing amicus curiae briefs or acting directly through litigation. CMA Legal helps member physicians comply with laws and regulations that impact the practice of medicine by providing legal information and resources, as well as educational seminars and presentations. The Center for Legal Affairs also serves as CMA’s in-house corporate counsel, providing legal advice to CMA’s Board of Trustees, Executive Committee, House of Delegates and executive management. Law clerks will work with CMA legal counsel in performing these important functions and help to carry out CMA’s mission to promote the science and art of medicine, the care and well-being of patients, the protection of the public health and the betterment of the medical profession. Read job description for complete application instructions.
CMA offers opportunities to undergraduate, graduate, law, and medical students seeking to increase their involvement and education in state health policy and in the legislative activities of organized medicine. CMA welcomes the enthusiasm and unique perspective that students bring to discussions about issues that require medicine's point of view.
CMA interns pursue issues in depth, and in many cases, become experts on a specific topic. Interns participate in meetings with senior CMA staff and other health organizations, as well as regulatory and legislative hearings. These opportunities are designed to enhance internship experience, promote camaraderie among students working in health policy, and facilitate continuing education on important policy issues. Upon completion of the program, interns have an opportunity to make a presentation on their project and engage in discussions with staff from CMA and other interested parties. Read job description for complete application instructions.