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American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Associate Executive Vice President/Chief Academic Officer
Alexandria, VA 20008 United States
Academic - All
The AEVP/CAO has broad responsibilities for strategic planning and for developing and assessing programs, products and services to assist members in faculty, leadership and curriculum development, educational research, and scholarly teaching; continuous scanning and interpretation of the higher education, health professions education and health care environments for trends, information and resources of value to members; working with AACP leadership groups to facilitate their work in service to the Association. The Associate EVP contributes strategic leadership to AACP in planning and resource development and represents the association in relationship building with external organizations that complement and support the mission and vision of AACP.
Education, training, experience:
• Member Development- plan, implement and evaluate membership development programming with specific attention to leadership development, interprofessional education and global pharmacy education
• Instructional Resource Development- identify resources to advance members abilities to increase quality and improve efficiency in academic pharmacy and build partnerships to deliver programs and services
• Governance and Liaison Activities- serve as staff liaison to key Association committees (e.g., Board Strategic Planning Committee and Program Committee) and coordinate governance management across the organization
• Leadership Responsibilities- serve as chief of staff, representing the EVP internally and externally, and as a member of the Executive Leadership Team; provide mentoring to staff and leadership on various staff teams
• Pharm.D. degree or Ph.D. with a focus on higher education, health professions education, and/or pharmacy education.
• At least ten years experience in academic pharmacy with a minimum of five years in titled administrative leadership.
• Active in the educational and health science professional communities as recognized by peers.
• Experience and demonstrated success in achieving deliverables and issue resolution by working with diverse organizations, individuals, and timelines.
• Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to respond to triage and prioritize the requests for information within and outside the academic community.
• Proven ability to think creatively, tactically, and strategically to continuously improve processes and to develop new initiatives.
• Proven ability to establish relationships within and outside academic pharmacy that foster the attainment of organizational objectives, goals, and mission.
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