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- Call Center Manager
The Manager serves as a member of the Member Services department and is responsible for managing and overseeing the call center by identifying, developing, and assessing performance measurements of all member and customer service functions. Handles the daily operations of the call center by assuring high quality service delivery and professional development and knowledge of the Member Services Representatives.
- Lead Accreditation PTA Education Programs Specialist
This position manages the accreditation and accreditation activities for physical therapist assistant (PTA) education programs. This position serves as primary staff for the assigned Panel of the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education, and participates in the overall planning for and management of the Accreditation Department.
- Outreach and Engagement Specialist
This position is responsible for the execution and direct contact with members through onboarding, outreach, and engagement efforts. This position provides a personal touch point to welcome new members, engage existing members, and to reinstate lapsed members by communicating the value and relevance that APTA membership provides.
- Regulatory Affairs Specialist
This position provides expertise and support of regulatory affairs initiatives, compliance issues, and policies from federal agencies within the Regulatory Affairs department. Contributes to the analysis and development of federal regulations, quality programs, and other policies. Serves members and customers on payment, regulatory, compliance, and policy issues. Monitors trends, tracks regulations, quality initiatives and policies, and gathers intelligence to inform strategy, develop resources, and serve members.
- Senior Congressional Affairs Specialist
This position, in coordination with the director of congressional affairs and the advocacy staff, assists with leading the strategic direction and implementation of the association's public policy and advocacy initiatives with the US Congress and federal agencies. Acts as a representative of the association in lobbying, member relations, strategic alliances, and policy development initiatives to advance physical therapy. Provides member service, outreach and education on government affairs and public policy issues.
- Senior Finance Coordinator
This position provides administrative and accounting support for component finance staff.
- Senior Member Services Coordinator
This position coordinates administrative functions and provides overall customer service and data management support for the Member Engagement department. Also, this position is responsible for the oversight and handling of order fulfillment and list requests via APTA's List Rental Service.
- Senior Practice Specialist
This position provides management, implementation, and content expertise of practice projects, initiatives, and priorities within the Professional Affairs Unit and support for projects within the practice department. Provides clinical perspective, scope of practice, expertise in the movement system, prevention, wellness, and supportive resources in policy development, research, education with strategy related to practice. Serves members and customers on physical therapy related inquiries. Monitors trends and assists the association in advancing the practice of physical therapy.
- Senior Public Affairs Coordinator
The Coordinator provides support to the effective and efficient operations and administration of the Public Affairs Unit. Provides primary support and assistance to the Government Affairs, Registry, and Strategic Communications departments in coordinating department projects and activities and initiatives.
- Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist
This position provides management, implementation, and expertise of regulatory affairs initiatives, compliance issues, and policies from federal agencies within the Regulatory Affairs department. Provides legal and regulatory perspective and supporting resources in policy development and strategy related to APTA's mission, goals, and objectives. Serves members and customers on payment, regulatory, compliance, and policy issues. Monitors trends, tracks regulations and policies, and gathers intelligence to inform strategy, develop resources, and serve members.
- State Affairs Specialist
This position assists in the strategic direction of the state government affairs team on efforts to implement the association's public policy priorities. Acts as representative of the association in member relations, strategic alliances, and policy development initiatives to advance physical therapy.
- Vice President, Education
As a member of the organization's leadership team, responsible for collaborating to achieve the association's strategic goals and objectives, especially as they relate to education of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. Provides leadership, direction, knowledge, and expertise to the association in the area of education, including academic and clinical affairs, accreditation, student affairs, residencies and fellowships, higher education leadership, professionalism, interprofessional education, admissions, and career pathway development. Leads education staff to contribute to and support the work of the professional affairs unit and to achieve the goals of the association. Represents the organization on issues related to education with both internal and external stakeholders. Programmatic areas of responsibility include academic services, accreditation of physical therapist and physical therapist assistant education programs, and accreditation of residency and fellowship education.
- Vice President Leadership Engagement
As a member of the organization's leadership team, responsible for collaborating to achieve the association's strategic goals and objectives. Provides leadership, direction, knowledge, and expertise to the association in the area of leadership engagement and governance administration and development. Leads staff in the leadership engagement department to contribute to and support the work of the CEO and to achieve the goals of the association. Programmatic areas of responsibility include governance (Board of Directors and House of Delegates) component services, and association management services programs.