The Competency Assessment Pharmacist Manager will be in a leadership role in several areas of testing at the Association. The manager will have knowledge of ADA requirements and will make final decisions on those requests. This individual will also monitor and review test questions, while working with schools to communicate information about NABP programs. The ideal candidate will have advanced leadership skills and experience creating, improving, and implementing departmental policies and procedures.
Reviews and makes decisions on ADA requests for all Competency Assessment Exams
Creates, updates, implements, and improves ADA policies and procedures.
Reviews test items for appropriateness by working with testing committees on item analysis and review.
Monitors and tracks item-writer question submissions and progress throughout item development workshops.
Represents and acts as a liaison between NABP and the school and colleges of Pharmacy
Creates, modifies, and implements policies and procedures for the department.
Understands the testing needs and requirements of the different states for pharmacy candidates.
Communicates the needs and improvements of the testing eligibility process between the states, schools, and NABP.
Supports the Competency Assessment Director with department meetings and helps lead the Department with the Association strategic plan.
Mentors, trains, and develops employees.
Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy or a Doctor of Pharmacy.
7 or more years of experience in pharmacy practice.
10 or more years of management experience.
Experience writing and implementing policies and procedures.
Advanced written and oral communication skills.
Testing or regulatory work experience desirable.
Continuing education experience desirable.
To apply for this position, please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A cover letter
No phone calls, please.
About National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
Founded in 1904, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) is the impartial professional organization that supports the state boards of pharmacy in protecting public health. NABP aims to ensure the public’s health and safety through its pharmacist license transfer and pharmacist competence assessment programs, as well as through its VIPPS, Vet-VIPPS, VAWD, and DMEPOS accreditation programs.
NABP’s member boards of pharmacy are grouped into eight districts that include all 50 United States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Australia, eight Canadian provinces, and New Zealand. The Association is governed by its Executive Committee, whose officers and members are elected during the Association’s Annual Meeting.
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