Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Fri Dec 14 2018 Job Description:
Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a full-time, clinical track Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice. This 12-month position offers an exciting opportunity to be a member of an innovative developing program. A strong interest in research is required. The School assists you in developing a research program through an individualized mentoring team and assistance of our own grant's office. The opportunity to collaborate with top oncology faculty researchers in clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, health outcomes and administrative sciences, as well as transdisciplinary scientists across the Binghamton University campus will help propel your own research. The School has established affiliations and has faculty practicing within the major medical centers in the Southern Tier and Upstate areas of New York State. Candidates will be offered a choice of outpatient cancer center practice sites within affiliated institutions. There is also an option for our full-time oncology faculty member to be placed at a cancer center in the Long Island area. Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and a strong commitment to practice, scholarship and teaching.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Primary duties and responsibilities include:
Collaborate with other departmental faculty in the School to develop and deliver an integrated educational experience for students
Provide evidence-based medicine and compassionate patient-centered care working with our community partners in your practice specialty
Demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence in the provision of instruction and assessment of student learning outcomes in the pharmacotherapy series and other appropriate curriculum
Facilitate student learning in the experiential education program through delivery of high quality advanced practice experiences for P4 students.
Develop and sustain scholarship in an area appropriate to clinical science.
Contribute service to the school, university, profession, and our community.
The successful candidate must possess a PharmD degree, have either completed a PGY-2 residency or be board certified in either pharmacotherapy (BCPS) or oncology pharmacy (BCOP) by August 2019, and be eligible for licensure in the State of New York or Pennsylvania (depending on practice site). Prior experience as a faculty member at a school/college of pharmacy and at least of two years of relevant experience in a healthcare setting are desirable.
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