The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is an E-Verify and equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salary, comprehensive insurance plans, flextime, a 401K and more. To learn more about employment opportunities, please visit the list of current available positions below and click on the link for a full job description.
Susan Sedory, MA, CAE, ACEP’s Executive Director
All ACEP employees are treated with dignity and respect, and given the skills, the opportunities, the direction, and the resources they need to succeed.
Highlight of Benefits
ACEP has earned the 2022 and 2023 Best Place for Working Parents business designation, recognizing our commitment to supporting working parents through our family-friendly policies and practices.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The American College of Emergency Physicians is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment that strives to provide every staff member with a sense of belonging and respect as an integral member of our team. We celebrate the uniqueness of each individual’s background, perspective, culture, and thoughts. The more diverse we are—the better we are in making a positive impact.
Our Washington D.C. Team
The Advocacy/Practice Affairs Division is located in Washington, D.C.. Its primary responsibility is for ACEP’s federal legislative and regulatory advocacy agenda and support for that work from the 911 Legislative Grassroots Network and ACEP’s political action committee, NEMPAC (National Emergency Medicine Political Action Committee). The division also leads development and implementation of ACEP’s strategic plan, Reimbursement, and State Legislation; and is the principal liaison to the Emergency Medicine Policy Institute (EMPI). ACEP also has members of its Communications Division based in Washington, DC.
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