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E-DRUG: Associate Program Manager position at US Pharmacopeia
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Dear colleagues

A job opening at US Pharmacopeia.
 
Associate Program Manager-Latin American and the Caribbean Countries (position 
is based at USP's corporate headquarters in Rockville, MD, but requires 
approximately 20% travel to Latin American and Caribbean countries)
 
United States Pharmacopeia, Rockville, MD
www.usp.jobs ( http://www.usp.jobs/ ) 
 
Our ideal candidate will have a Master of Science in Chemistry or a related 
field or a Master of Public Health with at least one year of relevant 
experience or a Bachelor of Science with at least three years of relevant 
experience.  Experience with quality assurance/quality control of 
pharmaceuticals is required.  Must be fluent in Spanish and English. 
 
This is non-supervisory associate program management position in which the 
incumbent works as part of a team to design and develop specific health and 
pharmaceutical programs in countries or regions for USP's USAID cooperative 
agreement. The position requires providing technical assistance to institutions 
and/or programs in developing countries to strengthen the quality 
assurance/quality control of medicines in Latin America and Caribbean countries 
(LAC). Responsibilities include providing formal training and/or developing 
training materials for project participants in developing countries, analyzing 
medicine quality control data, preparing publications and reports, and 
communicating with USAID and other funding resources as required.

 
Please visit our website to see the full job description and apply online 
www.usp.jobs ( http://www.usp.jobs/ )or contact Kim at kjb@usp.org.
 
Thank you!
Kim Beachley
Employment Specialist
U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention
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