Director, CME Partnership Development

Job ID 2021-3054

Other United States


WebMD's Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM), a Jointly Accredited provider located in Englewood, Colorado, is seeking an experienced, dedicated, and self-motivated continuing healthcare education business development professional to join our team as a full time Director of Partnership Development. 

General Description

The Director of Partnership Development is responsible for establishing new education partners through business development efforts.  In addition to expanding current revenue streams, one of this position’s goal is to diversify revenue streams by providing services to organizations that develop continuing education courses without commercial support, such as societies, foundations, Federal and state agencies, hospitals, and healthcare providers.


Job Responsibilities


  • Drive business development efforts consistent with a culture that emphasizes relationship/partnership building
  • Develop new revenue streams through providing services to organizations that develop continuing education courses without commercial support
  • Generate new business opportunities with existing clients/customers
  • Proactively source potential new partners and establish new partnerships to drive revenue
  • Maintain existing accounts, providing high quality, timely, complete, and accurate support
  • Maintain Postgraduate Institute for Medicine’s position as a respected and trusted collaborator in the continuing healthcare education community
  • Remain current on ACCME Standards for Commercial Support, as well other applicable rules and regulations (ACCME, ANCC, FDA, etc.)
  • Meet or exceed revenue goals as defined annually
  • Other duties as assigned




  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required
  • 3-5 years minimum in healthcare communication business development; 2 years in CME specialty
  • Respected member of the continuing healthcare education community with considerable industry contacts
  • Knowledge and experience in developing continuing education activities for healthcare professionals
  • Prefer candidate who is well versed in the complex regulatory issues and operational guidelines of commercially supported continuing education for medical professionals, including ACCME, ACPE, and ANCC accreditation criteria; CHCP preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communication and competency interacting on all levels with healthcare professionals, staff, and clients
  • Possess a background in the healthcare field
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
  • Team oriented


Some travel required