The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is hiring an Administrative Director. This new position was created as part of the succession plan related to the December 2018 retirement of the Executive Director of the Institute. The Administrative Director position is budgeted for a maximum of 32 hours/week (80% FTE) and begins in January 2018. Upon satisfactory performance in the position, the Administrative Director will be advanced to the position of Executive Director, beginning in January 2019. The Administrative Director position then will be discontinued. The Executive Director position is full time (40 hours/week) and reports to the AIHP Board of Directors.
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AIHP is a national historical and membership nonprofit association [501(c)3] based at the University of Wisconsin–Madison (a smoke-free campus). Its mission is to foster the creation, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge concerning the history of pharmacy and the pharmaceutical field. It pursues this mission through publications, conferences, maintaining an historical archive, providing teaching resources, recognizing outstanding historical scholarship, and serving as an information resource for scholars, journalists, and others. The Institute has a staff of four (including the new Administrative Director position) and dues-paying membership of 600 persons. The Board of Directors has made strategic commitments to membership growth, enhanced communications, and expanded volunteer engagement in new initiatives that contribute to the Institute’s mission.
AIHP Executive Director
Submit letter of application, three references, and résumé by Oct. 2, 2017, to:
Gregory J. Higby, Ph.D., Executive Director
American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
For $65/year ($75/foreign)
For $130/year ($140/foreign)
Pharmacy Education Fund (Schools or College of Pharmacy)
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