Community Pharmacy Foundation
Applications Deadline: August 1, 2021
The Community Pharmacy Foundation (CPF): CPF is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing community pharmacy practice and patient care delivery through grant funding and resource sharing.
CPF has launched a search for an Executive Director: CPF is currently seeking a pharmacist leader to serve as the Foundation's Executive Director. The Board invites individuals interested in this position to submit a letter of interest and a curriculum vitae to email@example.com. Information about this position's scope of work follows.
Position Summary: The Executive Director will administer the Community Pharmacy Foundation (CPF) based upon input and guidelines provided by the CPF Board.
Providing professional leadership and management for Foundation programs and services, the Executive Director will:
1) Perform executive functions for:
a) Board meetings:
i) Prepare meeting agendas.
ii) Compile all meeting materials for PDF board meeting 'binder.'
iii) Review and make recommendations for submitted applications and proposals.
iv) Review completed grant materials and present findings to CPF board.
v) Respond to board member requests and meeting tasks per an agreed upon timeline.
b) Special projects:
i) Implement, monitor, respond, promote, and provide updates to the board on a regular basis regarding all initiatives.
ii) Collaborate with Flip the Pharmacy leadership.
iii) Collaborate with Academia-CPESNTransformation Pharmacy Collaborative (ACT)leadership.
c) Partner and stakeholder engagement:
i) Represent CPF at key stakeholder national or professional meetings.
ii) Develop relationships and cultivate grant applications or projects with national pharmacy and healthcare organizations.
2) Perform administrative functions for:
a) Grants management:
i) Conduct phone and email communications for inquires and requests for feedback on application ideas.
ii) Monitor grant awards through ongoingcommunication with grantees to request updates prior to board meetings and alert the Board of any grant implementation concerns.
b) Contracts management:
i) Manage internal and external contractor assignments and performance.
c) Financial management:
i) Review and authorize the accounting and payment process for CPF financial transactions.
ii) Submit invoices monthly for approved expenses associated with Foundation activities.
i) Monitor pharmacy trends via publications, meetings,and events to support board activities.
ii) Monitor and explore trends and requirements in foundation management to support the organization.
iii) Oversee the preparation and distribution of thequarterly external newsletter.
iv) Provide reports in such quantity and frequency as determined reasonably appropriate by the Foundation's Board. Such reports shall note progress made toward achievement of the objectives/program goals and any deviation from the schedules, methods, and established tasks.
3) Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Board.