The Medical Society of Delaware is a non-profit organization and an association. The Society was established in 1789 and is dedicated to service to the medical community within the State of Delaware. The Executive Director functions as the Society’s Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the Society and several subsidiary corporations. While overall responsibility and accountability for results remains with the Executive Director, an appropriate amount of the duties are delegated to a staff of approximately 20 individuals.
Successful Candidates will possess the following qualifications:
Minimum of a Bachelor's degree with a preference for advanced degree.
8 to 10 years of management experience, preferably in the field of association management.
Meaningful health care experience required with working knowledge of the medical profession.
Understanding of legislative and governmental processes.
Strong written and verbal communication skills essential.
The Medical Society of Delaware is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in the United States and rich in history. Founded in 1776 and incorporated on February 3, 1789, The Medical Society of Delaware continues its support of physicians in their vigor and spirit to advance the profession, which was the basis for its creation. Our Mission is “To guide, serve and support Delaware Physicians, promoting the practice and profession of medicine to enhance the health of our communities.”