Academic/Faculty, Other - Academic/Faculty, Pharmaceutical Sciences
St. Louis College of Pharmacy invites applications for a non-tenure-track, twelve-month faculty position at the level of assistant/associate professor in pharmacy practice. Do you want an opportunity to use your clinical, teaching and research talents at a historic pharmacy institution in the center of one of the nation’s largest medical campuses? Our faculty teach in a newly developed integrated curriculum at a unique private school focused on pharmacy and health sciences and practice at one of over a dozen different practice sites throughout the St. Louis metro area in a variety of settings. You can work hand in hand with dedicated practice and pharmaceutical science faculty across a number of specialties to educate the next generation of pharmacists in an environment with a focus on interprofessional education and research partnerships with other institutions.
Founded in 1864, we are one of the oldest and largest colleges of pharmacy in the nation with one of the most academically gifted student bodies in the Midwest. The College is an inclusive, supportive and enriching environment for growth, learning and leadership that prepares our students to positively impact patients and society. We strive to be globally prominent in pharmacy education and collaborative research. Our dedication to research is illustrated by the creation of the Center for Outcomes Research and Education and the Center for Clinical Pharmacology with partner Washington University in St. Louis. We provide an extraordinary work environment, great benefits, new teaching and research facilities, and recognition as a "Great College to Work For".
You’ll have the opportunity to:
Provide patient-centered, evidence-based, interprofessional patient care services within an internal medicine service.
Establish/maintain an advanced clinical practice suitable for educating and training Doctor of Pharmacy students and pharmacy residents.
Teach in a new pharmacy curriculum integrating pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences content in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. Courses in this sequence focus on disease states and present unique opportunities to collaborate with colleagues in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice.
Facilitate and assess student performance during skills lab, practicums and objective structured clinical exams, precept pharmacy students on introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, and precept PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents.
Develop visibility as an acute care clinical pharmacy practitioner within local, state, and national pharmacy organizations and develop a focus of scholarship in an area of acute care or subspecialty and/or teaching and learning pedagogy.
Additional responsibilities include providing service through advising students or student organizations, involvement in professional organizations, and service on College committees.
To succeed in this role you will need:
Doctor of Pharmacy degree; at least one year of residency training with an emphasis in acute care; PGY2 residency or equivalent experience preferred.
Teaching experience, including experience teaching in an ability-based education model, active learning, team-based learning, and other student-centered learning techniques.
Eligibility for Missouri pharmacist licensure and board certification in appropriate specialty.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
If this sounds like the job for you here is information on how to apply:
You can learn more about this position and apply here. Submit a CV, cover letter, statements of teaching and research interests and names of at least three professional references to the Search Committee through the College’s online application system bu January 2, 2020. Review of applications will begin immediately. Positions begin as soon as possible.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. EOE/M/F/Veteran/Disabled
Founded in 1864, St. Louis College of Pharmacy is one of the oldest and largest colleges of pharmacy in the nation. Our student body is among the most academically gifted in the Midwest. We provide an inclusive, supportive and enriching environment for growth, learning and leadership to prepare our students, residents, faculty, staff and alumni to positively impact patients and society. Employees are treated to a rich benefits package, a great campus in the heart of St. Louis’s biggest health care community, and an exciting college community where they can really make a difference for our students, the profession of pharmacy, and the health care of the region. St. Louis College of Pharmacy is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy is a member of the Greater Missouri Higher Education Recruitment Consortium member (HERC), a recruiting resource for positions at regional institutions with job alerts and dual career search features. STLCOP is recognized by the Chronicle of Higher Education as a Great College to Work For.