The Department of Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy is seeking an outstanding candidate to join our faculty and provide leadership in clinical practice, teaching and scholarly activity. This is a full time, non-tenure track position at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Clinical Professor. The proposed start date is July 1, 2020.
The primary duties of the faculty member include development and maintenance of an active clinical practice site, experiential and didactic teaching of pharmacy students, precepting in the ASHP-accredited PGY-1 residency and PGY-2 ambulatory care residency programs, participating in scholarship and be actively engaged in citizenship to the college. Preference will be given to candidates with the ability to develop and maintain clinical practice and scholarship in ambulatory care. Practice site will be located at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center Community Based Outpatient Clinic.
The University of Georgia, a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state’s oldest, most comprehensive and most diversified institution of higher education. Athens is ideally situated in the rolling hills of northeast Georgia, yet is less than one hour from metropolitan Atlanta, and within easy access to coastal areas and the scenic Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee mountains.
Applicants must hold a Pharm.D. degree. Candidates must have a current license or demonstrate the ability to become licensed to practice in the state of Georgia. The successful candidate will have one year of residency or post-doctoral training. Specialty or PGY-2 residency training and board certification are preferred. Salary is negotiable and will be based on qualifications.
The University of Georgia Department of Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy (CAP) delivers graduate (PGY-1/2, MS, PhD) and PharmD education across four campuses with six academic and community health-system partners. CAP faculty, including clinical and tenure-track, maintain nationally recognized and funded programs of research that span the translational spectrum, form bench to bedside to improving community-wide health. Together with students and our trainees, the department leads pharmacy education and research, from theory to practice.