NABP seeks a detail-oriented, deadline-driven communications coordinator to join an award-winning Communications department. Excellent copyediting, proofreading, and fact-checking skills, as well as high-level competence in Adobe InDesign required. Experience coordinating multiple projects also required. Ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, or English. Cover letter must be included to be considered for this position. Cover letter or writing sample required for applications.
The Communications Coordinator accomplishes the following:
Monitors and coordinates the NABP state newsletter program to ensure timely and accurate publication and distribution.
Makes layout changes and text edits to the state newsletters.
Coordinates dissemination of state e-Newsletter email alerts.
Obtains production estimates and works with printers, graphic designers, and other vendors to ensure timely and accurate publication and distribution of NABP publications.
Coordinates the production of the NABP Survey of Pharmacy Law to ensure timely and accurate publication and distribution.
Produces and coordinates materials for annual and fall meetings including promotional brochure, e-blasts, and proceedings.
Drafts moderator scripts for various meetings as needed.
Assists in the production and dissemination of other NABP publications.
Researches and writes articles for the Innovations
Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, or English.
Two years of related work experience. Internships and other college work experience considered.
Experience with Adobe Cloud Creative Suite especially InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator; experience with Microsoft Office specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Knowledge of database applications a plus.
To apply for this position, please email the following information to:email@example.com
A cover letter
No phone calls, please.
Job Type: Full-time
About National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
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, and Australia.
Its purpose is to serve as the independent, international, and impartial Association that assists its member boards and jurisdictions in developing, implementing, and enforcing 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.