Employment
(https://www.abp.org/content/employment)

Come Work With Us at the American Board of Pediatrics!

 

Are you doing work that matters? Work that aligns with your values? 

Every day at the ABP, staff work together to inspire, in pediatricians, a lifetime pursuit of learning to improve child health. We serve the public interest and advance child health by certifying pediatricians who meet our standards of excellence, and we love what we do. Whether you are a software developer, event planner, credentialing administrator, customer service agent, or psychometrician, you will make a difference for children and families when you work at the ABP.

Come join our diverse community and realize your potential! We seek like-minded individuals who can embrace our common values (consistency, excellence, reliability, and transparency) and our core behaviors (be trustworthy, work collaboratively, respect everyone, and behave professionally). As you build strong relationships with your colleagues, you will be able to make valuable contributions, grow your skills, and make a positive difference for others — and yourself.

A nonprofit organization and leader among medical boards, the ABP offers competitive salaries, a generous benefits package, professional development, and policies and programs that support a healthy work–life balance. Our office is located in beautiful Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Please click below to see our open positions and to submit your resume.

View our open positions (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/American-Board-of-Pediatrics-2/about?from=mobviewjob&tk=1fj278q32u2el800&fromjk=99fce5156de5d092&attributionid=mobvjcmp).


ABP Nondiscrimination Statement

It is the policy of the ABP to treat its employees, volunteers, pediatricians, pediatric trainees, and all other individuals it comes in contact with professionalism, dignity, and respect.

We provide an equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals and commit to an environment that is free of discrimination based on characteristics that include race, color, ethnicity, national origin, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy status, family structure, religion, marital status, medical history/genetic information, socioeconomic status, and veteran status.

The equal employment opportunity practice applies to all recruiting, hiring, training, transfers, promotions, job benefits, salary, and dismissal practices, as well as educational assistance and social and recreational activities.

While the ABP encourages a lighthearted approach to work, we want to emphasize clearly that we will not condone humor or fun at the expense of anyone based on the characteristics listed above.

Full vaccination, or an approved medical or religious exemption and accommodation, is required as a condition of employment.


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