Employment Opportunities at NABP

NABP is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that aims to ensure the public’s health and safety through working with its member state boards of pharmacy. The Association is an equal opportunity employer.

Apply to one of our current employment opportunities below, and learn more about what it’s like to work at NABP by checking out our culture, values, and employee benefits.


Communications Intern

This position is non-exempt and offers a hybrid work model. 

This position is a summer internship that follows a 29-hour work week at $16 an hour. 

NABP seeks a detail-oriented, deadline-driven intern to join an award-winning Communications department. You will play an integral role in supporting NABP’s editorial and communications projects, as well as public relations efforts, and will learn more about how a communications team plays a role at a nonprofit organization. You will write content for traditional and digital channels, compile and copy edit reports, proofread member communications, and provide administrative support to the Communications team. You will execute a variety of projects in a timely manner by utilizing critical thinking and project management skills. You will have strong written and verbal communication skills.

Job Responsibilities

Proofing

Writing

Research and Organization

Design

Job Requirements

To apply for this position, please email the following information to hr@nabp.pharmacy:

No phone calls, please.

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Inspector, Accreditation and Inspection Programs

This position is exempt and offers a hybrid work model.

As the Inspector, Accreditation and Inspection Programs, you will play a critical role in the process of evaluating pharmacies and distribution facilities for compliance with regulations and program requirements to support NABP’s mission to protect public health. You will regularly travel and work remotely, and use independent judgement, analysis, and adaptability. You are responsible for applying federal and state regulations while evaluating the physical conditions and policy implementation practices in pharmacies and drug and device distribution facilities as well as producing final reports that are well-written, factual, and objective. Additionally, you will provide recommendations and report adverse findings to the Compliance Senior Manager and participate in NABP staff and contractor training. You will also help support inspection and accreditation programs by participating in quality assurance and document reviews.

Job Responsibilities

Inspector/Surveyor

Compliance Program Support

Job Requirements

To apply for this position, please email the following information to hr@nabp.pharmacy:

No phone calls, please.

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Exam Data Analyst

This position is exempt and follow a hybrid work model.

As the Exam Data Analyst, your primary responsibility includes managing a variety of data sources as directed by NABP leadership. You will work with IT, the psychometrician, and other Competency Assessment staff on specific data queries. You will interpret data, analyze results using statistical techniques, and provide regular reporting of information (formal and informal) on exam data for key stakeholders.

Job Responsibilities

Exam Data Analyst

Job Requirements

To apply for this position, please email the following information to hr@nabp.pharmacy:

No phone calls, please.

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