There are lots of good suggestions in this Leiter Reports thread on what the APA could be doing better. To summarize my favourites:
(1) Improve the JFP website, e.g. to remove duplicates and allow jobs to be easily filtered by AOS/AOC, teaching load, etc.
(2) Centralized dossier service, for job and grad school applications.
(3) Stop facilitating the awful practice of job interviews at the Eastern APA. Encourage hiring departments to instead use video-conferencing for first-stage interviews (provide a "best practices" document to ease the transition).
(4) Work towards a future where all the major philosophy journals are open access. My suggestion: organize 'adoptions' for existing (not yet open) journals.
(5) Organize members to partake in collective protest (petitions, letters, etc.) against university administrations that threaten to close philosophy departments, fire tenured faculty without just cause, etc.
(6) Public relations / broad public advocacy for the discipline of philosophy. Establish a media presence. Arrange for moral and political philosophers to be included on ethics boards, and to be interviewed by journalists writing on relevant issues.
(7) Advocate and encourage the teaching of (age-appropriate) philosophy in schools. (They're already providing some good resources here, at least.)
(8) Collect more systematic data on the profession.
What would you add?