Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Wed Apr 15 2020 Job Description:
Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a full-time Director of the Office of Experiential Education (OEE). This 12-month position offers an exciting opportunity to be a member of an innovative developing program with experiential sites in the Southern Tier, central and western New York, New York City Metro area and Long Island, as well as northeastern Pennsylvania. The ideal candidate is a self-directed, results-oriented individual who leads by example and works harmoniously within a team. This position reports to the Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice. The selected candidate will hold a faculty appointment at the instructor, assistant or associate professor level in the non-tenure track.
Primary duties and responsibilities:
Oversee an experiential team of three coordinators and be supported by an administrative assistant
Provide guidance, mentorship, and vision in experiential education to grow the number of volunteer preceptors and experiential sites.
Manage and problem-solve daily operations of the experiential program that require coordination of experiential staff, preceptors, faculty, students, and other key stakeholders (including an independent budget).
Ensure the experiential team is meeting School's and ACPE's outcomes and expectations, including outcomes as defined in the school's strategic plan.
Work within CORE ELMS (experiential learning management database) for pertinent items pertaining to APPE, including student placement, student portfolios and preceptor schedules, preceptor/site information, document library reporting, evaluations, and assessment of outcomes.
Support the School's Curriculum Committee, Assessment and Evaluation Committee and Committee on Awards and Progression with appropriate data (syllabi, assessment data, student and preceptor documentations, etc).
Ensure all new preceptors and/or sites have been reviewed and approved by school and have been educated on school's curriculum, policies and procedures for APPE and pertinent student affairs.
Oversee and insure timely IPPE and APPE course registration.
Execute and maintain updated affiliation agreements.
Annually review the site and preceptor evaluations to retain high quality sites and preceptors.
Collaborate with the experiential coordinators to develop and maintain preceptor development programs.
Represent Binghamton University as a member of the Empire Experiential Education Consortium.
Chair and collaborate with our Preceptor Advisory Board to establish, develop, and monitor effective, learner-centered APPE and IPPE experiences for students.
Participate in teaching didactic coursework and research/scholarship in an area of expertise as time permits.
Contribute service to the profession, school, and our community.
Involves travel up to 20% of time.
The successful candidate must possess a PharmD degree or equivalent and be eligible for licensure in the State of New York. The candidate should have had a minimum of 2 years of full-time experience or the equivalent in health education, hospital pharmacy or a health-related business field, prior experience as a supervisor or resident preceptor, and prior experience precepting APPE pharmacy students in an institutional setting. Prior experience as a faculty member/adjunct faculty at a school/college of pharmacy is strongly desired.
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