Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Wed Sep 2 2020 Job Description:
Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a full time clinical track faculty member to serve as the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiential Coordinator in the Office of Experiential Education. The position will be based regionally within the Southern Tier of New York. This individual will assist in the development, management and implementation of coursework, programs and processes to ensure a high-quality Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) program that meets the school's educational mission and goals and Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) standards. The experiential coordinator also assists in recruiting sites and a sufficient number of licensed pharmacists and other practitioners (as applicable) who satisfy the criteria for an adjunct faculty appointment and maintain affiliations and relationships with existing practice sites. The Experiential Coordinator will report to the Director of Experiential Education, within the department of Pharmacy Practice. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Primary duties and responsibilities include:
Provide education of PharmD students in different formats: lectures, simulations and skills lab, as required, within the professional curriculum
Provide service to the school by serving on a school committee
Plan, develop and deliver preceptor and practice site education and training (including, but not limited to, live/onsite educational activities)
Develop and sustain scholarship in an area appropriate to experiential education
Maintain eligibility for pharmacist licensure in the State of New York
Implement program objectives and planning for the IPPE/APPE curriculum
Prepare and manage the assignment of student IPPE/APPE experiential education training schedules and placements
Coordinate and conduct student experiential orientation and continuing programming throughout the duration of the experience (P1, P2, and P3 pharmacy students)
Maintain and update IPPE/APPE program manuals and syllabi
Serve as an ex-officio member of the Experiential Education Advisory Council
Collect quality assurance and improvement data of the IPPE/APPE Experiential Program
Provide mentorship to preceptors and pharmacists at practice sites
Assist in evaluating the performance of existing preceptors and practice sites as well as assessing potential preceptors and practice sites for participation in the experiential education program
Conduct site visits and evaluate preceptor and student experiences to ensure quality
Recruitment and development of IPPE/APPE experiential sites
Recruit and train preceptors
Develop and implement initiatives to recognize excellence in precepting students.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree or other pharmacy advanced degree
Pharmacy residency or residency-equivalent pharmacy experience
Likewise, pharmacist licensure or eligibility in the State of New York and experience precepting pharmacy students are required
The candidate must be able to gain and maintain confidence and cooperation of faculty, administration, preceptors and students
Have proven leadership capabilities, personnel management and communication skills
An understanding of tracking and assessing outcomes in an experiential program
Experience in experiential program administration within a pharmacy school is preferred
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