Clinical Assistant, Associate or Prof.
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Vacancy ID #: FAC0000023
The successful candidate in collaboration with the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy's Assistant Dean of Pharmacy Practice Partnerships and the Director of the Professional Experience Program on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus, provides oversight for implementing, administering, and evaluating the School's professional experience program in western North Carolina. Responsibilities at the Asheville satellite campus include: assignment of students, development of new experiential sites, regular evaluation of sites and preceptors, participation in scholarly pursuits, and service as a clinical pharmacist practitioner in a pharmacy practice day per week which includes assisting in precepting pharmacy students and residents. The Western Experiential Education Coordinator reports to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Assistant Dean of Pharmacy Practice Partnerships, the Regional Associate Dean of the Asheville Campus, and the chair of the Division of Pharmacy Practice and Experiential Education.
PharmD degree with residency training or equivalent experience and eligible for licensure or currently licensed in North Carolina. Licensed or eligible for pharmacy licensure and eligible for Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner status in the state is also required.
Qualification and Experience:
Excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills, including ability to prioritize competing goals, delegate responsibilities, and work as a team as appropriate. Strong interpersonal skills are important to maintain and develop the reputation of the experiential education program. At least 3 years experience in project development, implementation, and evaluation as well as poster, abstract and manuscript preparation is preferred. Willingness to frequently travel the western region of North Carolina is also required. Board certification is preferred.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
This recruitment was initiated in a prior system. We are in the process of transitioning to a new system. Candidates should apply online at https://itsapps.unc.edu/RAMS4/selectToQuickApply.do?requisitionId=2502835&appType=Q&type=N and include a letter and CV. Please follow the instructions found there to complete the application process. Candidates should also attach the following materials as a single PDF file: a letter of interest addressed to (Search Committee Chair: Greene Shepherd, PharmD; 1 University Heights, 122 Karpen Hall CPO #2125, Asheville NC 28804), names and full contact information for three references, and a complete curriculum vitae. Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open until the appointment is made.
Department Contact Name: Greene Shepard, PharmD, Clinical Professor
Department Contact Telephone or Email: email@example.com
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