Senior Vice President

The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
Posted Date: 
Thursday, March 8, 2018
The Senior Vice President (SVP) serves as a trusted advisor to the CEO and works closely with the CEO in guiding and leading the AMCP enterprise. Reporting to the CEO, the SVP has leadership and oversight responsibility for multiple functional areas, including Communications, Marketing, Membership, Meetings, Human Resources, and Education. Incumbent is responsible for leading these key areas and delivering results while reinforcing the desired culture of high-performance, accountability, trust, collaboration, and respect.

• Work in close collaboration with the CEO to carry out the association’s mission and strategy.
• Oversee internal operations to include Communications, Marketing, Membership, Meetings, Human Resources, and Education.
• Establish close relationships with staff to build on their expertise and deliver results.
• Partner with CEO to develop and implement the AMCP strategic plan.
• Grow revenue portfolio by overseeing meetings, membership, and other key revenue-producing programs.
• Provide leadership and management of staff teams within areas of responsibility, exercising coaching and mentoring for employee development and performance management.
• Oversee the human resources function, including workforce and organizational development and ensuring AMCP is positioned as an employer of choice to facilitate recruitment and retention of top talent.
• Develop and execute sound operational practices throughout areas of responsibility to ensure efficiency and effectiveness.
• Represent the CEO at internal and external meetings where requested.
• Collaborate with other AMCP leaders to develop and nurture strategic relationships.
• Other duties as assigned.

• A bachelors degree is required; masters degree a plus.
• Minimum of fifteen years of experience, with at least ten years of senior level experience within health care or association or nonprofit management.
• Subject matter expertise in relevant health care and health policy areas is required.
• Proven experience managing operations within an organization, including effectively administering strategic priorities, revenue generation, proper allocation of resources, and staff leadership.
• Track record of successfully managing a budget, including experience in both revenue and expense management.
• Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation is a plus.

• Strategic vision and thinking
• Commitment and ability to motivate and organize areas of responsibility to work together and with other areas of the organization to achieve organization’s strategic objectives and deliver results
• Strong financial and business acumen and knowledge of association best practices to achieve organizational excellence
• Commitment to advancing the organization’s desired culture
• Ability to develop and maintain strong internal and external relationships
• Exceptional oral and written communication skills; strong executive presence
• Commitment to the highest level of integrity and ethical behavior
• Ability to motivate and inspire others with the proper level of direction, urgency, and support to facilitate their success
• Understanding and experience in change management
• Ability to work effectively with association’s members and volunteers to advance the mission and impact of the organization

Moderate noise levels, which are typical in an office environment with computers, printers, and other office equipment; sitting about 80% of the time.

Moderate overnight travel