Final salary determined by applicant's experience and qualifications.
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
The Professional Development Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of professional development programs and resources and serves as the primary administrator for TSHP’s ACPE accreditation and related activities.
Examples of Duties & Responsibilities
Track and analyze related trends, needs, and participation to identify, recommend, and implement new professional development programs and resources. Regularly review existing educational programs to ensure continued value and advance the profession.
Develop short- and long-term innovative professional development plans and strategies to expand and engage current and potential participants in continued professional development. The plan may include live meetings, hands-on labs, webinars, online education, and certification programs.
Oversee the development and implementation of the TSHP educational seminars, including logistics, educational courses, and speaker development.
Develop relationships with industry partners and solicit participation in meeting exhibitions, sponsorships, and the Reverse Expo program.
Serve as the primary contact for meeting contract negotiations, administer meeting contracts, and reconcile meeting financials for review and payment.
Manage contract meeting staff, including the contract meeting planner and temporary staff.
Manage logistics and assist with the implementation of non-educational meetings and fundraising events.
Assist with the development and implementation of the Alcalde Southwest Regional Leadership Conference.
Serve as the primary administrator for TSHP’s ACPE accreditation and oversee all accreditation activities, including joint providership agreements and practice-based ACPE-accredited programs administered by TSHP.
Assist with local chapter program accreditation and serve as a resource for local chapter educational program development.
Work collaboratively within TSHP to explore new opportunities.
Serve as staff liaison to assigned Councils, Committees, Sections, and/or Task Forces. Attending meetings and conference calls, prepare agendas and meeting minutes, and coordinate activities.
Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Note: This is not a complete list of this position’s duties and responsibilities. The items above are simply examples of the types of duties performed by this position.
Bachelor’s degree or higher; or
Minimum five years relevant professional experience
Three or more years of experience in meetings and educational program development and implementation.
Association experience a plus.
Experience with accreditation (such as ACPE, ACCME, or ANCC) a plus.
CMP a plus.
Demonstration of Skills and Abilities
Experience developing quality innovative professional development programs and resources.
Ability to identify healthcare professionals’ needs across a variety of settings and specialties.
Experience managing budgets and achieving financial goals for educational programs and meetings.
Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects.
Strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to function in a collaborative and collegial environment.
The employee must be willing to travel to the TSHP Annual Seminar (usually 5-7 days). In addition, the employee must be willing to travel for any additional meetings as requested (usually 7-10 additional days annually).
The Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists (TSHP) is a dynamic professional membership association which serves Texas health-system pharmacy professionals dedicated to the mission, vision, and core values of TSHP. Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists is a strong and vibrant membership-driven society of pharmacists, technicians, students, and professional colleagues who advocate for optimized patient care, professional practice, and public health.