Assistant/Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry

Location
Schaumburg, IL
Posted
Jul 12, 2018
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Summary: Roosevelt University's College of Pharmacy, seeks candidates for a full-time 12-month teaching faculty position in Medicinal Chemistry at the Assistant/Associate Professor rank. Position responsibilities include teaching medicinal chemistry within the required curriculum concentrated in the Integrated Sequence course series, serving as course coordinator as assigned by the Chair of Teaching, offering didactic and research electives, and additional teaching as assigned by the Chair. The successful candidate must possess detailed and comprehensive knowledge of medicinal chemistry, demonstrate effective communication skills, a record of excellence in didactic teaching, a commitment to research and a record of scientific contributions, including peer-reviewed publications, and demonstrate interest in engaging in College and University faculty governance. The candidate will demonstrate a commitment to professional collaboration within and external to the College.

Minimum Qualifications: See Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required.

Job Type: Full-Time

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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: The successful candidate must possess a PhD in medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, chemical biology or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications: A background in pharmacy is preferred but not required. Two years' experience in research or in teaching medicinal chemistry or related biomedical subjects in a professional program (Pharmacy, Medicine). The successful candidate must possess detailed and comprehensive knowledge of medicinal chemistry, demonstrate effective communication skills, a record of excellence in didactic teaching, a commitment to research and interest in engaging in College and University faculty governance. The candidate will demonstrate a commitment to professional collaboration within and external to the College.

Roosevelt University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes women, LGBTQ, disabled, veterans, international and minority-classified individuals as applicants for all positions.

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