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Jobs at the American College of Physicians (ACP)

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Explore the possibility of a career at ACP! At ACP, we value our employees and offer superior benefits. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage diversity. Learn more about our organization by taking our Video Tour and reading What Employees Have to Say.

We have offices in downtown Philadelphia, PA and Washington, DC.
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A link for applying online is found below each position description.

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Administrative Coordinator, Educational Meetings and Conferences

Department: Educational Meetings and Conferences
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

Provides administrative support for educational programs, products and services, including Postgraduate courses, Scientific Program, and derivative products. Provides administrative support for College committees. Assists in preparation of ACCME accreditation renewal application and related documentation. Provides administrative support to Director and EMC personnel.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent work experience. Excellent keyboarding and proofreading skills. PC skills to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and basic knowledge of databases. Prefer skills to include Access. Administrative experience and knowledge of office procedures essential. Demonstrated organizational and prioritizing skills required. Familiarity with medical terminology preferable.

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Classified Advertising Coordinator (part-time)

Department: Advertising Operations
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

Provides support for classified sales function and, in conjunction with the Classified Sales Administrator, coordinates and implements all aspects of the Job Placement Center.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated administrative experience, including excellent organizational skills, and detail-oriented, with a proficiency in proofreading, typing, filing, Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer (to research and obtain logos from websites). Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat Pro a plus.
  • Experience in a deadline-oriented sales and production environment preferred.

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Editor-in-Chief, Smart Medicine

Department: Publishing
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

This position provides a unique opportunity to lead the expansion of an exciting new product poised to influence the quality and efficiency of clinical decision-making. Major responsibilities are to:

  • Set and meet editorial strategic goals, including those for content development and business objectives.
  • Lead and oversee all aspects of editorial process; evaluate, edit, and review content in conjunction with authors; and make final determination on publication-ready content.
  • Research and identify relevant topics; ensure timely creation of accurate new and updated information.
  • Expand and maintain expert, responsive author/reviewer pool.
  • Serve as product ambassador to the medical community and relevant constituents.
  • Manage, train, and evaluate all levels of staff.

Requirements:

Qualified applicants must have a medical degree with board certification in internal medicine and broad experience in patient care. Strong editorial judgment and the ability to synthesize detailed clinical information into a structured format are required. Demonstrated expertise in evidence-based medicine, knowledge of electronic-based information resources, and leadership and organizational abilities are also required. Applicants must have experience in the management of all levels of staff. Previous experience in editing and authoring medical content and familiarity with publishing practices are strongly preferred.

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Chapter Liaison/Program Administrator

Department: Board of Governors & Chapter Activities
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office

Duties:

  • Serves as a liaison and facilitator to Governors, chapter leaders, and chapter staff in the development and operation of the chapter to better serve the College membership. Assists in the development of strategic plans to meet chapters and the College’s goals and objectives. Builds relationships with members in chapters to help cultivate the development of new leaders.
  • Works with Director and Manager to oversee a variety of higher level department projects including web site management for LeaderNet and local chapters, development of training and orientation plan for Governors-elect, chapter communication strategies, and chapter best practices including the Evergreen Awards Programs.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree required preferably with work experience in a professional membership based organization. Demonstrated editing and proofreading skills. Knowledge of baseline medical terminology and health care issues beneficial. Excellent PC skills required such as, Internet Search, Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Ability to learn customized software database and the report writing tools to produce reports. Experience with web content in a medical arena, web usability, social media, and emerging trends. Adept at learning new and changing technologies and sharing expertise with others. Experience as a lead editor, writer or project manager of a Web site / sites using a digital content management system, working with multiple content sources/ owners. Understanding of Web editorial best practices. Demonstrated experience streamlining content and writing for the Web, proficiency with current Web-based technologies, and familiarity with HTML and the tenets of agile development. Familiarity with graphic/web design desirable.

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Associate, Regulatory Affairs

Department: Health Policy & Regulatory Affairs
Location: Washington, DC Office

Duties:

Analyze the impact of federal regulatory and legislative proposals and advocate ACP policy positions to officials representing government and other organizations. Develop ACP policy position statements and papers, largely focused on regulatory delivery system and payment reforms, health-insurance related issues, and health care quality/performance measurement policy issues, demonstrating sound analytical skills and superlative writing ability. Provide staff support to the Medical Practice and Quality Committee (MPQC), including preparing agenda materials for committee meetings and responding to committee member inquiries and comments—and also provide support to the Health and Public Policy Committee (HPPC) as needed. Serve as the staff liaison to the ACP Council of Subspecialty Societies (CSS). Develop and maintain professional liaisons with staffs of regulatory agencies, other health/medical associations, and other private organizations—including taking the lead on advocating the interests of ACP members with private health plans, self-insured employers, and health plan and employer associations. Produce appropriate and timely responses to ACP member and staff inquiries on a broad array of regulatory issues.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree required. A master’s degree in public health, public policy, or health services administration/equivalent work-related experience highly desired. Experience in policy, regulatory, and/or legislative analysis of health related issues. Knowledge of the executive branch of government complemented by a detailed understanding of executive regulatory agencies involved in delivery and payment system reform policy.

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