Clinical Assistant Professor

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Open Date: 04/03/2018

Date Initial Screening Begins:

Minimum Education/Experience: Doctor of Pharmacy degree required (PharmD) or equivalent Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively; work efficiently and effectively in both an independent setting and as part of a team; and develop a good working relationships with students, peers, administration, and community. Demonstrated careful attention to detail, high organizational and networking skills, and dedication to being a team player. Minimum of 1 year clinical experience as a PharmD.

Special Instructions to Applicant: Candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, and a list of three references, including contact information, online. Questions about the opportunity may be directed to Elizabeth Bunting, Search Committee Chair in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies: [email protected]

Job Duties: The candidate's primary responsibility will be to serve as a didactic instructor of Clinical Pharmacology for both didactic and clinical phase students. This position will be asked to assist in the instruction of pharmacology within other departments of the College of Allied Health Sciences. The Department of Pharmacology will assist in the instruction and supplement with basic science teaching. Duties would include classroom teaching, clinical case development, clinical simulation development and facilitation, curriculum development and maintenance, assignments and grading, evaluation of course and maintaining required documents for accreditation. The selected candidate will be required to participate in a variety of other responsibilities, including: providing academic counseling as a faculty advisor to assigned PA students; participating in committee appointments; participating in the process of selecting potential students for the Program; assisting in the ongoing self-study process to maintain accreditation; participating in continuing education and professional development programs; contributing to the administration and evaluation of the Program as assigned; and other duties as assigned by the Department Chair. The selected candidate will serve as a didactic instructor with expectations to lecture and assist in different practical evaluations, lab experiences, and simulated patient scenarios throughout the year.




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Posted: 4/5/2018
Application Due: 6/8/2018
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