Oversees development, planning, and management of organization's membership initiatives including membership applications process, member retention and recruitment efforts. Develops regular reports on membership metrics and may recommend/develop new member programs and services.
USCAP is a dynamic and innovative medical society dedicated to servicing pathologists in the United States and Canada. Pathologists are both medical doctors as well as scientific researchers who study and develop knowledge on all forms of human disease including cancer, infectious and hereditary diseases.
USCAP is a non-profit 501-c3; it does not do advocacy work, but instead focuses strictly on its educational mandate. USCAP's headquarters are now located in Palm Springs, CA - a beautiful oasis in the warm deserts of Southern California. With less than 20 employees, USCAP is a welcoming place for energetic self-starters who believe in serving the best interests of its members.
Interested applicants should only send a cover letter and resume. No references are required at this stage.
About United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology
The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) is dedicated to creating a better pathologist. It accomplishes this through its mission to provide the ultimate in continuing medical education and translational research to improve practices and patient outcomes globally. While global health through education is a strategic initiative, the diverse educational activities provided by USCAP ensure personalized education that will influence personalized medicine. Modern educational delivery methods using digital assets prepare pathologists for next generation learning and make possible outreach to colleagues working in low-resource countries. As a member organization, USCAP is dedicated to providing solutions and creating members for life, including Ph.D. colleagues.