Assistant/Associate Professor - Pharmacy Practice & Science - (160001LE)
Associate/Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science. This position requires teaching, service to the school, campus, and the profession, scholarly activity, and the ability to establish and operate a successful clinical practice in an ambulatory care setting.
The position is a full-time, non-tenure-track, 12 month appointment. This position is responsible to the Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science with clinical reporting responsibility to the pharmacy director or designee at the practice site.
A. Ability to teach a broad range of topics related to therapeutics and patient care. Teaching responsibilities will be determined in discussions with Vice Chair for Academic Affairs.
B. Provide pathophysiology and pharmacotherapeutics instruction in PharmD didactic courses
C. Develop, teach, and participate instruction related to ambulatory care and/or community pharmacy practice in the Pharmacy Practice Laboratory experiences at the Baltimore and Shady Grove campuses.
D. Develop and teach introductory and advanced practices experiences for pharmacy students and residents at the practice site.
E. Provide clinical education in pharmacotherapeutics and ambulatory care topics to students, pharmacy residents, pharmacists, staff, physicians, patients, and patient caregivers.
A. Develop an active clinical practice in an ambulatory care setting.
B. Function as liaison between the school and the practice site(s).
A. Engage in scholarly activity in areas of interest. Scholarship is broadly interpreted and may include the development of innovative pharmacy practices, evaluation of therapeutic outcomes, and implementation and assessment of novel instructional methods.
B. Scholarly activity is required; publication and presentation of work is expected.
C. Scholarly activity may be pursued either independently or in collaboration with other schools, departments, or campus faculty.
D. Effort devote to scholarship is expected to grown as practice becomes established.
IV. SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL, AND PUBLIC
A. Participate in appropriate faculty activities (e.g. faculty assembly, department meetings, and faculty committees), professional organizations, and other endeavors is also expected.
The University of Maryland professional campus has schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Social Work, Law and Dentistry with an excellent established track record of successful collaboration for interprofessional practice and research collaborations. Additionally, the School of Pharmacy has a satellite campus at the Universities of Shady Grove in Rockville, Maryland.
Interested candidates should submit the following:
Cover letter, noting position # (above)
Statement of teaching philosophy
Statement of scholarly interests
Signed curriculum vitae
Three letters of recommendation
Mail (or e-mail) materials to:
Leah Sera, PharmD
Chair – Faculty Search Committee
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science
Shady Grove Campus
9630 Gudelsky Drive/SG1 304
Rockville, MD 20850
Minimum qualifications include a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited school of pharmacy plus two years of post-graduate training (residency, fellowship or equivalent experience) and teaching experience. Eligibility for certification as Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Specialist and Maryland licensure are required. Excellent communication and patient skills are essential. Candidates with specialty certification, evidence of scholarship, and several years of experience are highly desirable. A more specific delineation of responsibilities follows.
If accommodations are needed, contact Staffing & Career Services at 410-706-7171, Monday – Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm EST. Maryland Relay can be accessed by dialing 711 (in-state) or 1-800-735-2258.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
: Pharmacy - Pharmacy Practice and Science - Academic Support
: Dec 15, 2016