Jobs at the American College of Physicians (ACP).
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We have offices in downtown Philadelphia, PA and Washington, DC.
Public Relations Coordinator
Department: Public Relations & Web Communications
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office
Assists in the development, implementation and coordination of proactive public relations, media relations and corporate communications programs and activities. Works with management and staff to track and monitor activities, maintain databases, generate reports and produce materials.
Bachelorís degree in English/Communications/Journalism. Knowledge of U.S. medical system, medical/clinical terminology, and health and public policy issues. Ability to summarize medical articles and write synopses and news releases. Ability to write and edit in various journalistic styles. Excellent PC skills required to include knowledge of word-processing, spread sheet and database and Internet applications (e.g., Excel, basic knowledge of Access). Demonstrated knowledge of social media skills and applications. Demonstrated organizational and project completion skills. Must have strong proofreading and quality assurance skills, focused on attention to detail.
Classified Advertising Sales Representative (2)
Department: Advertising Operations
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office
Actively maintains sales contacts via email & telephone with written proposals & presentations to physician recruiters, their advertising agencies and other potential clients to advertise in our publications their associated electronic newsletters and the ACP Career Connection website. Responsible for special project/bonus distribution sales to include Job Placement Center Sponsorships and Job Postings, Career Guide for Residents, and the ACP Conference Reprint.
- Bachelorís degree in Communications, Advertising or Marketing preferred.
- Proven success in the sale of print and digital classified ads in the physician and healthcare industries.
- Proficiency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Goldmine or other advertising contact management database.
- Demonstrated ability to coordinate logistics of multiple and simultaneous deadline driven projects.
Political Action Committee (PAC) Director - Consultant
Department: ACP Services
Location: Washington, DC Office
Develops and implements the overall strategic goals of ACP Services PAC, both short and long term. Develops the fundraising strategy for ACP Services PAC, in consultation with the PAC board of directors. Initiates and drafts the fundraising solicitations that go out to eligible ACP Services members (bi-monthly). Serves as the point person handling all correspondence with the PAC board of directors. Ensures that there is a battery of potential nominees to serve on the PAC board when each set of board members rotates off every year. Briefs the PAC board chair and serves as staff point person at all PAC board functions. Drafts all updates on behalf of the PAC for reports to both the PAC board of directors and the ACP Services board of directors. Organizes and attends PAC related receptions and information sessions, etc. Organizes the call for nominations for the annual PAC Distinguished Service Award and facilitates presentation of the award at ACP Servicesí annual advocacy event. Attends the American College of Physicianís (ACP) annual scientific meeting and staffs the PAC booth.
Bachelorís Degree minimum with a discipline in health policy preferred. At least 5 yearsí experience working with Political Action Committees, preferably in a leadership role. Demonstrated knowledge of political fundraising and basic Federal Election Commission regulations. Excellent organizational and communication skills and ability to work with Boards of Directors is essential. Self-starter with an enthusiasm for political advocacy and ability to think strategically to grow the PAC.
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Steven E. Weinberger, MD, FACP, became Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American College of Physicians (ACP) in July 2010.
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