Non-Tenure Track Faculty Ambulatory Care
Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration
University of Missouri Kansas City School of Pharmacy at Missouri State
The Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration at the Missouri State University site of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Pharmacy is seeking applications for a non-tenure-track, 12-month faculty position. Candidates with expertise in Ambulatory Care are especially encouraged to apply. This faculty position at the Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor rank will support the educational and the patient care missions of the UMKC School of Pharmacy and Mercy Clinic Internal Medicine, Smith Glenn Callaway in Springfield Missouri.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing pharmacy patient care services as a member of an interprofessional care team in a group practice consisting of 15 physician and other midlevel providers. Clinical responsibilities will involve establishing and providing innovative ambulatory care pharmacy services as part of an interdisciplinary team in this practice setting that ensure rational and safe drug therapy, and facilitate patient transitions of care to prevent hospital readmission. Duties will include patient care to improve therapeutic outcomes and achieve benchmarks, chronic disease management, patient medication and wellness education, medication adherence activities, and the provision of interdisciplinary education. Academic responsibilities include didactic lecturing, provision of interprofessional education, elective course instruction and/or development, skills based assessment, the provision of experiential education, and mentoring pharmacy residents. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to the creative and scholarly pursuits of the Division. Service to the division, school, university, profession are expected through participation in faculty meetings, service on School committees, and participation in state and national professional organizations. Candidates with a collegial approach to their work; a passion for practice and education and a desire to produce scholarly works are encouraged to apply