Board of Pharmacy Specialties Registrar Washington, D.C.
The Board of Pharmacy Specialties® was established in 1976 as an autonomous division of the American Pharmacists Association. Today, BPS is the premier post-licensure certification agency worldwide that operates across the pharmacy profession to provide specialty certification of pharmacists. Most importantly, BPS is above partisan interests and establishes independent, objective standards that are applied in a psychometrically sound, legally defensible process.
WHAT WE’RE ABOUT Collaboration- We strive to produce meaningful products and services in the spirit of trust and partnership throughout the organization. To achieve success, we are flexible, adaptable, open-minded, cooperative, and inclusive.
Accountability- We strive to meet the highest standards of ethical behavior. Equity, integrity, transparency, and personal responsibility drive everything we do. We are good stewards of organizational and human resources, and we are champions for our members and colleagues.
Respect- We are committed to seeking to understand others’ perspectives and appreciating our differences; treating others with consideration, thoughtfulness, and empathy; recognizing, acknowledging, and supporting each other; being fair to and supportive of our colleagues; attentively listening, and communicating tactfully and sensitively.
Excellence- We strive to deliver high-quality, innovative, and best-in-class products and services that offer high value to members and stakeholders. We embrace a culture of continuous learning and improvement.
WHAT YOU’LL DO As the BPS Registrar, you will:
Receive, evaluate and enter applications for certification in BPS specialties.
Ensure accuracy of records in the BPS database system for all candidates and certified pharmacists
Generate routine and specialized reports in the BPS database
Process and respond, as appropriate to telephone calls, facsimile messages, written, and electronic inquiries about BPS, application procedures, etc.
Compose, proof, and distribute technical and informative correspondence to potential candidates, certified pharmacists, Board and Council members, and other constituencies
Organize and maintain files for BPS related to assigned projects.
Serve as the BPS point of contact with the APhA Administrative Services team
Provide administrative support to the BPS Board of Directors and Specialty Councils
Maintaining rosters and email listserves the Board, Councils, and Committees
Maintain BPS quality management files and reports needed for NCCA and accreditation
Assist with special projects as needed
MORE ABOUT US
APhA offers a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits program that includes:
A salary of $55,000-$65,000commensurate with experience
Three Medical Plans (HSA & POS Plan Options Available)
Free Basic Dental Plan (Employee Coverage Only)
A Vision plan for as little as $15 per month (All coverage levels)
Free Life, AD&D, and Short-Term Disability Insurance
Contributions towards your HSA Account (HSA Health Plans Only)- $750/employee coverage and $1,500/family coverage
Traditional & Roth 401(K) plans with a 100% match (up to the first 5%) after your first year of service and;
A host of other benefits (Paid-Time off, Pet Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Legal Support, and much more!
APhA does not make hiring decisions on the basis of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, age, disability, veteran status, religion, political affiliation, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR APhA/BPS may be the right fit for you if:
You have a college degree or equivalent experience
You have a minimum of two years of administrative or project management experience
You have significant experience with quality management, accreditation, and/or certification programs.
You have exemplary attention to detail, and strong customer service skills,
You love to think through all aspects of assigned responsibilities including taking ownership
The American Pharmacists Association is the largest association of pharmacists in the United States and is the only organization advancing the entire pharmacy profession. Our expert staff, and strong volunteer leadership, including many experienced pharmacists, allow us to deliver vital leadership to help pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians find success and satisfaction in their work while advocating for changes that benefit them and their patients.
From our headquarters in Washington, D.C., APhA prepares members to thrive at every career stage and in every pharmacy setting with world-class continuing education, transformative events, unique practice tools, and timely solutions to complex challenges. We’re committed to helping them deliver outstanding patient care, receive due recognition, and work at a full scope of practice. Pharmacists play a critical role in helping patients overcome illness and live healthier lives through chronic disease management and the fully effective use of their medicines. APhA advocates at the national level to give pharmacists a voice in decisions that affect their future while promoting their unden...iable value to health care teams. Our goal is to facilitate pharmacists’ delivery of the highest quality patient-centered care.