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.
System Support Specialist, Information Technology
This position assists staff (in person, by telephone, or via email) with technical support of desktop computers, applications, and related technology in a timely and accurate manner. Support includes installing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining and upgrading of all PC/laptop hardware and peripheral equipment to ensure optimal workstation performance. Applies proven communication, analytical and problem-solving skills to help identify, communicate and resolve any technical issues within the organization. Work is performed both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment and requires initiative and judgment.
Download full CMA job description here. Added 11/16/15
Works closely with the Associate Director for Governance to coordinate supporting or ancillary tasks related to Association governance. Maintains policy compendium and coordinates policy review as appropriate. Creates rosters, tracks terms, processes reimbursements and travel requests, coordinates meeting logistics, posts items to the website and tracks events and involvement in ClearVantage, and provides both behind the scenes and direct customer support to the Western Health Care Leadership Academy.
Download full CMA job description here. Added 9/9/15
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.