Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice - Gregory School of Pharmacy

TYPE:   Full-time, Exempt
LOCATION: West Palm Beach Campus

SUMMARY:

Provides didactic and/or clinical instruction to Doctoral Pharmacy students and assists in the professional and spiritual growth of these students. Responsible for engaging in research and scholarly activity, participates in assigned school or university committees, and serves as faculty advisor for pharmacy students. In addition, provides advancing services in local community pharmacies through connections with CPESN.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provides didactic and/or clinical instruction within assigned courses, integrating faith and professional values into instructional activities where applicable.
  • Maintains an active clinical practice in accordance with area of specialty (local community pharmacies/CPESN). 
  • Serves as a faculty advisor to PharmD students as assigned and is a role model of professional, servant leader behavior to students.
  • 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 and represents the school at various functions.
  • Assists with faculty recruitment and student applicant interviews 
  • Serves on task forces and committees as assigned.
  • Attends faculty meetings, faculty development programs and other school functions as assigned. 
  • Other duties as assigned in service to the school or university.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with diverse student, faculty, administrators, patients, and other health professionals.  
  • Designs instructional strategies by organizing complex scientific and professional subject matters that make the material understandable and applicable.
  • A comprehensive knowledge of pharmacy practice, in a specific discipline, is essential, along with strong critical thinking skills, clinical judgment, and rational therapeutic decision-making.
  • Effective at planning, goal setting and tracking progress to ensure optimal outcomes.
  • Creates partnerships and works collaboratively as part of an educational and research team.
  • Proficient in MS Office and electronic educational/professional resources.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Pharmacy residency training or Ph.D. in a specific discipline within the Pharmacy Practice/Social Administrative Sciences. Pharmacy license is required upon hire. Preferred experience within a community/CPESN setting.