Position Summary: Assists in and monitors all operational aspects for the registration, scheduling and administration of the PCOA. Functions as a bridge for operational and decision-making parameters of the PCOA program. Provides support to department manager in program development and overseeing the daily responsibilities within the program.
Processes and manages the registration of schools/colleges for the PCOA.
Works with vendors (as appropriate) to, coordinates the administration of the PCOA
Prepares and disseminates all logistical information to participating schools/colleges
Prepares student eligibility rosters and ensures that all are processed in a timely manner.
Provides support to test sites on administration days.
Responsible for coordinating invoices
Responds to inquiries from students, school administrators and vendors and escalates unusual issues to the manager.
Conducts regular reviews and edits of public documents such as the NABP website and program bulletin.
Monitors and reports on pharmacy program for changes such as the addition of campuses, new programs in the accreditation flow etc.
As necessary, participates in the creation and maintenance of program database systems.
Fosters and maintains good working relationships, and cooperates actively with the schools/colleges of pharmacy.
Train and serve as the department resource for other program activities.
Monitors progress of work; identifies and prevents/resolves causes of delays.
Identifies inefficient or problematic areas and prepares proposals to resolve such.
Associate degree or equivalent work experience. Baccalaureate Degree preferred.
3-5 years’ experience in program or project development.
Previous Association, testing, or credentials evaluation experience desirable.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required. Proficiency in Windows Office Suite required.
The National association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) was founded in 1904 and represents all of the pharmacy regulatory and licensing jurisdictions in the United States, eight providences in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Its purpose is to serve as the independent, international, and impartial Association that assists its member boards and jurisdictions in developing, implementing, and enforc...ing uniform standards for the purpose of protecting the public health. NABP (1) assists the state boards of pharmacy in protecting the public health and welfare, (2) serves as an information and disciplinary clearinghouse for the interstate transfer of licensure among the state boards of pharmacy, and (3) provides model regulations in order to assist the state boards of pharmacy with the development of uniform practice, educational, and competency standards for the practice of pharmacy.