A. Abilityto teach a broad range of topics related to behavioral health therapeutics andpatient care and general concepts regarding pharmacy practice. Teachingresponsibilities will be determined in discussions with Vice Chair for AcademicAffairs.
B. Providepathophysiology and pharmacotherapeutics instruction in the entry level PharmDprogram.
C. Develop,teach, and participate in instruction related to pharmacy practice in thePharmacy Practice Laboratory experiences at the Baltimore and Shady Grovecampuses.
D. Developand teach advanced practices experiences for pharmacy students and residents atthe practice site.
E. Provideclinical education in pharmacotherapeutics to students, pharmacy residents,pharmacists, staff, physicians, patients, and patient caregivers.
A. Providebehavioral health pharmacy services of an administrative and/or clinical natureas determined in discussions with Director, Mental Health Programs, School ofPharmacy.
B. Participatein Behavioral Health Administration Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committeemeetings and activities.
C. Serveas principal investigator or co-principal investigator on Mental Health Programprojects such as the Peer Review Program for Mental Health Medications inChildren and Adolescents and similar projects under development.
D. Participatein planning and strategy sessions for the Mental Health Program.
A. Scholarlyactivity is required; publication and presentation of work is expected. Engagein scholarly activity in areas related to behavioral health. Scholarshipis broadly interpreted and may include the development of innovative pharmacypractices, evaluation of therapeutic outcomes, and implementation andassessment of novel instructional methods.
B. Scholarlyactivity may be pursued either independently or in collaboration with otherschools, departments, or campus faculty or external partners.
C. Serveas a principal investigator on grants and contracts. Pursue new grantsand contracts.
D. Serveas a research mentor and collaborator to other faculty members, residents andstudents.
IV. SERVICE TO THEUNIVERSITY, SCHOOL, AND PUBLIC
A. Participationin appropriate faculty activities (e.g. faculty assembly, department meetings,and faculty committees), professional organizations and other endeavors isexpected.
B. Participationin professional organizations related to pharmacy and behavioral health is alsoexpected.
C. Work withstate agencies on projects designed to improve the health of those with behavioral health disorders.
The University ofMaryland professional campus has schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, PublicHealth, Social Work, Law and Dentistry with an excellent established trackrecord of successful collaboration for interprofessional practice and researchcollaborations. Additionally, the School of Pharmacy has a satellite campus atthe Universities of Shady Grove in Rockville, Maryland.
Interested candidates should submit thefollowing:
Cover letter, noting position # (above)
Statement of teaching philosophy
Statement of research philosophy
Signed curriculum vitae
Three letters of recommendation
Mail (or e-mail) materials to:
Chanel F. Whittaker,PharmD, BCPS, CGP, FASCP
Chair – Mental HealthFaculty Search Committee
University of MarylandSchool of Pharmacy
Department of PharmacyPractice and Science
Saratoga OfficeBuilding/Room 01-123
220 Arch Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410) 706-5535
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.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.