Chicago State University College of Pharmacy (CSU-COP) invites applications for the following faculty position. The successful applicant will serve as part of a multidisciplinary team with the opportunity to participate in the continued growth and development of the college of pharmacy. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with experience.
A non-tenure track, calendar year faculty position with a focus on Internal Medicine is available. Responsibilities include maintaining a clinical pharmacy service in a local hospital system and didactic teaching in the areas of internal medicine and/or critical care. Additional responsibilities include precepting students and conducting collaborative research. Responsibilities also include participation in the service missions of the college. All candidates should exhibit strong verbal and written communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. In addition, a commitment to student-centered education and demonstrable promotion and enhancement of diversity is required.
Qualified applicants should eligible for Illinois state licensure and possess a PharmD with advanced residency and/or fellowship training and a minimum of one year practice experience or the equivalent. Evidence of teaching experience is preferred.
Qualified applicants should eligible for Illinois state licensure and possess a PharmD with advanced residency and/or fellowship training and a minimum of one year practice experience or the equivalent.
About Chicago State University College of Pharmacy
The Department of Pharmacy Practice is comprised of faculty who provide education in the administrative and clinical sciences, as well as direct practice experience. The mission of the Department of Pharmacy Practice is to prepare and empower pharmacy students and pharmacists to become competent providers of pharmacist care in all practice settings. This mission is achieved through a combination of innovative didactic coursework, experiential training, mentoring, scholarship, and community service in partnership with students, pharmacy practitioners, and the medical and lay communities. The Department serves the professional community through the development and evaluation of innovative pharmacy practice models that promote the role of the pharmacist as an integral member of the healthcare team.