Tuesday, June 12, 2012


ASCP POSITION VACANCY ADS June 5, 2012 Membership Administrator #10-12 6\5/12 Department: Membership & Chapter Relations Contact: Debbie Furman, Sr Director Status: Recruiting Membership Administrator The Membership Administrator provides administrative and customer service support to ASCP Membership Department and completely comprehends the vital interconnectedness of the Association Management Database with all other departments. This totally customer-oriented individual is the initial responder to info@ascp.com emails; processes requests for membership information; conducts telemarketing in support of membership renewals and new member acquisition; answers members' general inquiries for ASCP information; assists with membership and chapter mailings including invoices and packaging for mailing house, produces membership certificates, and sends out chapter communications. The membership data support services area is an essential function for the Membership Administrator who is responsible for data entry for all new and renewing members who are processed manually including modification of payment information; and acquire an in-depth knowledge of Association Anywhere software, report writing and interface of the AMS with the web site to research or answer members' questions. REQUIREMENTS: 3 - 5 years customer service experience performed within an association environment; skills and abilities to produce totally customer-orientated behavior, i.e. use a pleasant telephone voice and clear enunciation skills; must efficiently handle multiple calls to customers, members/subscribers, vendors and the general public; must respond to customer complaints and inquiries in a courteous and friendly manner all times; computer experience with various applications essential (prefer Macintosh) and data base knowledge expected; BA/BS Degree preferred. To apply for this position, please e-mail a cover letter including your salary requirements (must have to be considered) and a resume as two separate Word documents to: MA Search at jobs@ascp.com. EOE *************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************- Senior Director of Business Development & Events #09-12 4/0912; Title Changed 6/1/12 Department: Business Development & Events Contact: Vera Jackson. Executive Director & CEO Status: Interviewing SENIOR DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS ASCP is seeking a Senior Director of Business Development and Conventions to employ sales and marketing strategies to identify and secure corporate and business funding via exhibit sales, sponsorship sales, and product theater sales for conferences. The Senior Director will be required to identify new clients, markets, and organizations with a strategic interest in senior care, including pharmaceutical manufacturers, technology companies, facilities, publications, and business practice organizations. Other responsibilities include general oversight and supervision of directors and other staff and collaborative work with other agency divisions. Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in a health or clinical area preferred. Pharmaceutical industry communications, business/marketing, and meetings/conventions, fundraising, experience preferred. Experience in project management, administration, and supervising others. Relationships and interactions with pharmaceutical companies and other organizations with a strategic interest in senior care an asset. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume as two separate Word documents to jobs@ascp.com. EOE ***************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Educational Affairs Manager #08-12 3/13/12 Department: Educational Affairs Contact: Joseph Gerber, PhD, Director of Educational Affairs Status: Interviewing EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS MANAGER General Responsibilities: Support the Educational Affairs Department in the development and coordination of educational initiatives. Major position functions are: (1) Learning Management System: create, maintain and provide support for lie and self-study CE courses, prepare and design faculty presentations in authoring tool software, point of contact for system developers, oversee upgrades, changes and work orders, identify/respond to technical challenges and resolve accordingly, and work closely and provide support to external course editor for online geriatric review courses. (2) National Conferences and Ancillary Meetings: Assist faculty & speakers in developing programs and arrange logistical details for events, deploy and track participants' continuing education assignments for pre & post conference workshop events, responsible for production of program-related materials (handout books, CD's; create and track speaker contracts for national conferences; input data and provide reports relating to speaker and education session information; and collaborate with partnering organizations to provide ASCP programming at other conferences & events. (3) Miscellaneous: With provided content, create & deploy a clinical bi-weekly newsletter to the membership; track & maintain a running budget of program related expenses; provide customer service support for educational initiative inquiries; and provide staff support to appropriate ASCP leadership groups. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree. Experience in project management; experience working in a learning management system (LMS), databases, and authoring software. Basic knowledge of adult learning principals. Clinical pharmacy knowledge is not required. Must be customer service oriented, have a pleasant telephone voice & enunciation skills; must handle calls effectively & efficiently. Must respond to internal and external complaints and inquiries in a courteous and friendly manner at all times. Travel to association's national conferences (May and November) is required. Clear oral & written communication is required to members, staff, vendors and the general public. Must have the following traits and skills: -highly internally motivated, creative and organized; knowledge of adult learning principles; experience with live (instructor-led), online and blended learning; knowledge of continuing pharmacy education standards; experience with Association Management Systems, especially submissions and meeting modules (Association Anywhere a plus but not required); experience with Learning Management Systems; and experience with "Articulate", "Audacity" "iMovie" or similar software. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter including your salary requirements (must have to be considered) and a resume as two separate Word documents to: EAM Search at jobs@ascp.com. EOE ***************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Network Information Technology Manager #05-12 3/8/12 Department: Information Technology Contact: Viresh Desai, MBA, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer Status: Recruiting NETWORK MANAGER ASCP is searching for a Network Manager in the Information Technology Department. The manager will deploy and maintain network services, manage hardware and software from initial specification through decommissioning, and supporting users. Essential duties and responsibilities include the following: Manage network and servers; install and upgrade hardware and software; support users; troubleshoot hardware and software and specify and purchase hardware and software. Requirements: High school or equivalent education -- college degree preferred; experience supporting Macintosh computers in a business environment necessary; experience with Unix systems administration preferred; ACTC and ACSA Certification; excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate with individuals at many different levels; computer networking experience and ability to train others in a comprehensive manner. E-mail cover letter with salary requirement (must have to be considered) and resume as two separate Word documents to: NM Manager Search, jobs@ascp.com. EOE ***************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Director of Clinical Affairs #03-12 2/1/12 Department: Professional, Clinical and Government Affairs Contact: Arnold Clayman, PharmD, Sr Director of Professional, Clinical and Government Affairs Status: Interviewing DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL AFFAIRS ASCP is seeking an experienced consultant pharmacist who is actively involved in clinical practice to support all projects or activities that require clinical expertise. This would include developing ASCP resources and products, interacting with outside associations and agencies, acting as a resource to members and staff on clinical practice-related issues, and following legislative and regulatory issues. Excellent writing skills are required. For more information and to apply click here https://www.ascp.com/my-rx-career-center for details. EOE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Executive Management Assistant #02-12 2/1/12 Department: Executive Contact: Vera Jackson, PhD, Executive Director and CEO Status: Interviewing EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT The Executive Management Assistant provides high-level support for the Executive Director/CEO performing a variety of responsible management, secretarial, technical, and administrative functions and other duties as assigned. The Executive Management Assistant may perform confidential duties and may be responsible for assigning, directing, and reviewing the work of other personnel. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES •   Researches, compiles, prepares, and provides research and statistical reports; utilizes online resources and library materials to conduct research at the local, state, and federal levels; verifies research results are standard, consistent, and valid •   Maintains records and calendar for meetings, events, and society activities and follow-up/reminder systems •   Manages office details by relieving the Executive Director/CEO of routine requests and matters; follows established rules and procedures in responding to requests and redirecting items to other staff members •   Designs and organizes the office record keeping system and insures maintenance of files and records •   Screens calls and visitors as needed; serves as backup for other administrative positions in the organization •   Maintains oversight responsibility for department budget including compiling necessary data for projects, monitoring expenditures and income, recommending and instituting budget revisions when necessary •   Schedules and coordinates travel/conference arrangements; completes purchase requisitions; prepares expense and mileage reimbursement claims •   Answers detailed inquiries either orally or in writing on a variety of organizational activities; creates and composes legal documents, letters, reports, memos, agenda items, graphs, charts, presentations, and e-mails; independently answers correspondence not needing review by Executive Director/CEO •   Recommends policy and procedure revisions as they relate to internal support and clerical activities; may perform confidential employee/employer relations’ assignments; records minutes, prepares agendas and maintains permanent and confidential records of meetings. •   Designs or creates graphics and other materials to meet specific promotional needs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS •   Any combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties as described; Bachelor’s degree preferred •   Increasingly responsible administrative and executive office management experience, preferably in an association; coursework in legal assisting or paralegal desirable; at least 3 years of experience providing support at the executive or senior level preferred •   Knowledge of standard secretarial procedures and executive office management techniques; correct English grammar, punctuation, spelling, and proofreading; business formats; record keeping and filing systems; general finance and accounting principles; standard office equipment and multiple and varied software applications; principles of Internet research; and effective telephone techniques. •   Skill and Ability to: communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with diverse groups including top level administrators, officials, and Board members; prepare concise and accurate written communications; prepare documents and complete work assignments; set up and maintain database files; utilize time management techniques to organize and prioritize work; exercise analytical and independent judgment; coordinate a variety of projects simultaneously; read, interpret, research and write; accurately record/transcribe meeting minutes; identify and research sources of data in the community to obtain information; maintain confidentiality; maintain cooperative working relationships. APPLICATION SUBMISSION To apply for this position, please email a cover letter including your salary requirements (must have to be considered) and a resume as two separate Word documents to: EA Search at jobs@ascp.com. EOE

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