Open Positions on Drug Formulary Committee, E-Health Advisory Committee
Friday, June 8, 2018
The Minnesota Drug Formulary Committee has an opening for a pharmacist, and the Minnesota E-Health Advisory Committee has two openings for Rotating Professionals (pharmacists are specifically called out as qualifying for this position) plus an opening for Academics and Research. The Minnesota Secretary of State’s office announced the openings on June 4, and applications should be submitted by June 25.
Applications may be submitted online, and must be submitted within 21 days (June 25) of the “Publish Date” listed on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Open Positions page, to be assured of full consideration by the appointing authority. Appointing authorities may choose to review applications received by the Secretary of State after the 21-day application period.
How to Apply
Visit the Open Positions page.
Scroll down to find the correct Agency/Board/Council.
Choose the correct seat type, and click button that says APPLY
The system will walk you through creating an application profile.
Page 2 of the application will now allow you to attach the following documents:
- Letter of Interest
- Résumé or Biography
Applicants are encouraged to use the online application as the Appointing Authority will have access to your information as soon as it is submitted.
Applications submitted via downloadable application may experience some delay in reaching the Appointing Authority.
Paper applications may be submitted by email to: Open.Appointments@state.mn.us or by mail or in person to:
Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State
180 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155-1299
In accordance with the Minnesota Open Appointments Law, the Secretary of State acts as an administrator in publishing vacancies, receiving applications and recording appointments. Applications will be reviewed and appointments made by the appointing authorities; questions about specific vacancies and appointments should be directed to the appointing authority. Applications are kept on file for a one-year period.