Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences - Pharmaceutics Preferred - Gregory School of Pharmacy

TYPE:   Full-time
LOCATION: West Palm Beach Campus

SUMMARY:  The Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmacy Sciences provides didactic and/or clinical instruction in the area of Pharmaceutics to Doctoral Pharmacy students


  • Provides didactic and/or clinical instruction within assigned courses
  • Integrates faith and professional values into instructional activities where applicable.
  • Serves as an advisor to PharmD students as assigned.
  • Conducts research and/or scholarly activity associated with areas of his/her expertise that is either published or presented following peer review.
  • Participates actively in professional organizations associated with his/her discipline.
  • Serves as a role model of professional, servant leader behavior to students.
  • Serves on task forces and committees as assigned.
  • Participates in other duties as assigned in service to the school or university.
  • Assists with faculty recruitment and student applicant interviews.
  • Attends faculty meetings, faculty development programs and other school functions as assigned.


  • Must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with students, faculty, administrators, patients, and other health professionals.
  • Adept at organizing complex scientific and professional subject matter and designing instructional strategies that make the material understandable and applicable.  
  • Skill in using computer software, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required, as is the ability to use electronic and internet educational and professional resources.
  • A comprehensive knowledge of pharmacy practice, in a specific discipline, is essential, along with strong critical thinking skills and the ability to function effectively and collaboratively as part of an educational and research team.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: A Ph.D. in a specific discipline within the Pharmaceutical Sciences. Candidates must demonstrate the ability engage in research and/or scholarly activity.