Coordinator, Grassroots Programs
About The College of American Pathologists
As the world’s largest organization of board-certified pathologists and leading provider of laboratory accreditation and proficiency testing programs, the College of American Pathologists (CAP) serves patients, pathologists, and the public by fostering and advocating excellence in the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine worldwide.
Job Summary
The Coordinator, Grassroots Program is responsible for managing the CAP’s grassroots advocacy network, PathNET, including recruiting new participants, developing and providing training materials for members, supervising and tracking member advocacy activities, administering PathNET member benefits, and encouraging member engagement.
Core Job Responsibilities

• Develops short and long-range plans.
• Works with the PAC Manager to develop and implement the annual Advocacy Calendar of grassroots and PAC outreach and activities.
• Responsible for implementing and managing grassroots campaigns to support the federal and state advocacy agenda.
• Responsible for managing and implementing grassroots laboratory tour program, including outreach initiatives to members of Congress through CAP members to secure lab tours and preparing CAP members to host tours.
• Responsible for planning, development, and implementation of the Hill Day component of CAP’s Annual Policy Meeting, including the coordination of CAP member meetings with their respective members of Congress, production and distribution of individual Hill Day schedules and information packets, and other pre-meeting planning for Days 1 and 2 of the Policy Meeting.
• Responsible for maintaining Aristotle database, keeping membership records up to date with data from Oracle, as well as tracking of grassroots activity
• Responsible for production of reports and spreadsheets in response to data requests.
• Responsible for the drafting, posting, and circulation of action alerts and other communications with CAP members.
• Provides support to Department of Legislation and Political Action by conducting research on legislation and tracking federal issues of concern to pathology and laboratory medicine.
• Supervises the activity of the FSAC Grassroots Subcommittee.
• Assists the Senior Director in organizing and implementing departmental advocacy activities for the CAP Annual Meeting, including developing content, assisting with the PathPAC reception, securing Policy Meeting registrations, and staffing the CAP Booth at the meeting.
Qualifications for this role
· Team Player.
· Highly organized.
· Able to function effectively under moderate pressure.
· Able to manage multiple tasks.
· Thoroughness and careful attention to details is essential.
· Strong written and oral communication skills.
· Familiar with the federal legislative and regulatory process and politically attuned.
· Proficiency in Power Point desired.
· Proficiency in Excel desired.
• Bachelor’s degree in political science or related field. 
• Three years' experience with trade associations, government relations, grassroots organizing, advocacy or political campaigns required. 
Travel Requirements
·         Some travel required, approximately 10%
Equal Opportunity Employer
CAP is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. CAP recruits qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation or preference, veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status, or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

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