Careers at the AAMC
The AAMC’s strong sense of community and professionalism fosters an environment that supports the career and personal goals of its staff.
The AAMC is a mission-oriented organization, rooted in our efforts to serve and lead the academic medicine community. We encourage collaboration, communication, and the professional development of our employees. At the AAMC you’ll have the chance to build upon your current skill set, learn from others in the organization, and develop your career while working to improve the health of all.
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Internships at the AAMC
The AAMC is excited to offer internship opportunities that help students transition from academic life into a career. Apply to intern at our Washington, D.C. offices in divisions as diverse as member services, governmental relations, health sciences research, and Information Technology.
The AAMC recognizes the influence benefits have on your economic and personal welfare and strives to provide options that are diverse and meet the needs of a multigenerational workforce.
The AAMC will assist you with the cost of your medical care by providing helpful contributions towards your medical and dental premium for you and your dependents.
Your choices include:
- Kaiser Permanente EPO
- CareFirst BlueChoice Open Access HMO
- PPO Plan with CareFirst network of providers
- Network-only PPO Plan with CareFirst's network of providers
- High Deductible Health Plan with HSA (employer subsidy offered)
- MetLife Dental Plan
- UnitedHealthcare Vision Care Plan
- MetLife Accident Plan
- MetLife Critical Illness
Flexible Spending Accounts
FSAs allow you to set aside money on a pre-tax basis to pay for medical expenses and dependent care expenses.
Annual Leave and Personal Days
AAMC values your contribution and recognizes your need to recharge. As an eligible AAMC employee, you will accrue between 15 to 22 days of annual leave per year with a generous rollover.
Additionally, you will receive two personal days each calendar year or on your first day of hire.
When life happens and you need to care for your health, or the health of someone else in your household, you can rest assured knowing you are accruing up to 12 days per year of sick leave. As an added benefit, if you can provide documentation of accumulated sick leave from your previous employer, AAMC will credit your sick leave balance up to 20 days.
Sick Leave Trust
AAMC’s Sick Leave Trust program allows you and other staff members to donate sick leave hours to a general fund. Those hours can then be accessed by participating staff members who have exhausted their sick and annual leave balances when managing their own serious health condition, or that of a family member.
AAMC currently recognizes the following as paid holidays:
- New Year's Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- President's Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Friday following Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
Life and Disability Insurance
AAMC provides multiple options to help protect you and your beneficiaries in the event of loss of life or disability. Your options include:
- Group Term Life
- Accidental Death or Dismemberment
- Short-term Disability
- Long-term Disability
As an association supporting the medical education community, the AAMC is committed to fostering ongoing employee learning. In support of this commitment, AAMC offers tuition reimbursement to eligible employees in pursuit of receiving college credits up to $5,250 per calendar year. Tuition reimbursement is prorated for part-time employees.
AAMC takes pride in providing staff with the necessary tools and essential resources in building financial education and developing financial security that leads to retirement readiness. AAMC contributes up to 10% of your salary once you are fully enrolled in the plan and have met the service waiting period. AAMC will waive the service waiting period for new employees that come directly from a qualifying employer. You can speak with one of our retirement specialists to determine eligibility.
AAMC provides a subsidy up to $120 per month if you use local public transportation systems, commuter rails, or private commercial van pools.
If you choose to drive, AAMC provides onsite parking for a discounted fee through payroll deductions. Those who participate in a carpool are eligible for free parking.
Alternative Work Schedules
In support of a culture that values work-life balance while maintaining the AAMC commitment to excellent service, the organization supports alternative work schedule options. An alternative work schedule is intended to support your need to address personal issues while still fulfilling your responsibilities to our constituents and customers.
Recognizing the unique needs of today’s working parent, AAMC offers emergency backup child care services up to 10 days per calendar year with a nominal co-pay. The service also extends to in-home care for children and elders.
For parents of children with special needs, AAMC offers ReThink Benefits. Rethink is a free employee benefit to support parents caring for children with learning or behavioral challenges. The service offers access to a behavior expert as well as a vast library of resources.
The above staff benefits are subject to change without notice. It is association policy that failure to participate in optional benefit programs does not allow for conversion into cash payments or other forms of compensation.
The Association of American Medical Colleges is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The association is committed to the policy of equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other personnel practices. The AAMC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
The AAMC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The AAMC is committed to the policy of an equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other personnel practices. The AAMC will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
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