The Department of Pharmacy Practice at the North Dakota State University School of Pharmacy is seeking a qualified individual for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Practice. Also, the individual will serve as a clinical pharmacy specialist in oncology at Sanford Health in Fargo, ND. Individuals with specialty training and/or experience in oncology pharmacy are of particular interest.
The individual will be responsible for coordinating and teaching within the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) didactic curriculum in the pharmacotherapy course dealing with hematology (1cr), and oncology (2 cr). Other teaching will be in other areas of pharmacotherapy and/or inteprofessional education. Additionally, the individual is expected to perform research/scholarship, as well as service to the School/College/University and provide clinical pharmacy services, and precept Pharm.D. students during Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences at Sanford Health.
Sanford Health is one of the largest, not-for-profit health care systems in the nation with 44 hospitals and nearly 300 clinics in nine states and nine countries. Sanford Health serves the Upper Midwest, with nearly 1,400 physicians in 81 specialty areas of medicine. Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center (RMCC) physician team consists of 13 Medical Oncologists/Hematologist, 3 Pediatric Oncologists/Hematologists and 4 Radiation Oncologists providing comprehensive cancer care including chemotherapy and radiation therapy. RMCC actively participates in research as a member of NCORP (NCI Community Oncology Research Program). The pharmacy team in RMCC has over 13 staff FTE, managing and dispensing both IV and oral oncology therapies in close collaboration with providers, nurses, and patient access specialists. The cancer center is attached to the Sanford Broadway Medical Center which provides comprehensive care to inpatient oncology, medical-surgical, transplant, intensive care, and the Sanford Specialty Pharmacy patients.
Pharm.D. degree • Completed a PGY1 ASHP-accredited residency, or have accumulated at least three years of clinical pharmacy practice experience • Eligible for pharmacist licensure in North Dakota • Effective written and verbal communication skills • Excellent leadership and collaboration skills
Completed/completing a PGY1 ASHP-accredited residency with oncology rotation(s) • Completed/completing a PGY2 ASHP-accredited oncology residency • Accumulated 1 or more years of experience in oncology clinical pharmacy practice • Teaching experience in pharmacy or medical programs • Precepting experience in pharmacy or medical programs • Board Certified Oncology Specialist, Pharmacotherapy Specialist and/or Ambulatory Care Specialist • Research/scholarship experience • Demonstration of self-development
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 1901006
About North Dakota State University
North Dakota State University is distinctive as a student-focused, land-grant, Research University that provides affordable access to an excellent education at a top-ranked institution. NDSU combines teaching and research in a rich learning environment, educating future leaders who will create solutions to national and global challenges that will shape a better world. NDSU is listed in the National Science Foundation’s top 100 in several areas, including agricultural sciences, social sciences, physical sciences, chemistry, psychology and computer sciences. NDSU is fully accredited as an institution by the Higher Learning Commission. The College of Health Professions is composed of four academic units involving six health profession disciplines: (1) the NDSU School of Pharmacy composed of two departments including pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences which are the founding members of the College (established in 1902); (2) the School of Nursing which joined the College in 1969 as an associate degree program, 1986 as a baccalaureate degree program, 2001 with a master’s program, 2005 with a doctor of nursing practice/ family nurse practitioner, and 2014 with NDSU Nursing at Sa...nford Health in Bismarck; (3) the Department of Allied Sciences (Medical Laboratory Science, Radiologic Sciences, and Respiratory Care) joined the College in 2006; and (4) the Department of Public Health joined the College in 2012. . The pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). The nursing program is approved by the North Dakota Board of Nursing and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Allied Sciences is accredited through its various discipline specific agencies. The public health program is accreditation by the Council on Education in Public Health (CEPH). Academic degrees offered by the College include: Doctor of Pharmacy, and Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Sciences; Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice; Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care, Medical Laboratory Science, and Radiologic Sciences; Master of Public Health; and several dual degrees including Pharm.D./MBA, Pharm.D./Ph.D., and Pharm.D./MPH.
The City of Fargo is located in Cass County, North Dakota, along the Red River of the North which forms the border between Minnesota and North Dakota. An estimated 122,359 (as of July 2017) people live in Fargo. The greater Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area population is nearly 238,000. Fargo is also listed:
• #1 city for finding a job (US News and World Report).
• #1 best state for startup success (WalletHub)
• #4 top ten cities for career opportunities (SmartAsset)
• #6 best college town in America (Matador)
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• #13 – 20 best college towns in America (Business Insider)
• Home to Microsoft’s third largest campus