This position is a non-tenure-track, twelve month faculty position at the level of assistant/associate professor level in pharmacy practice which includes responsibilities in practice, teaching, research/scholarship, and service.
You will have the chance to provide patient-centered, evidence-based, interprofessional patient care services within an internal medicine service.
Establish/maintain an advanced clinical practice suitable for educating and training Doctor of Pharmacy students and pharmacy residents.
Teach in a new pharmacy curriculum integrating pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences content in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. Courses in this sequence focus on disease states and present unique opportunities to collaborate with colleagues in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice.
You will also facilitate and assess student performance during skills lab, practicums and objective structured clinical exams, precept pharmacy students on introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, and possibly precept PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents.
Develop visibility as an acute care clinical pharmacy practitioner within local, state, and national pharmacy organizations and develop a focus of scholarship in an area of acute care or subspecialty and/or teaching and learning pedagogy.
Additional responsibilities include providing service through advising students or student organizations, involvement in professional organizations, and service on College committees.
Teaching and service assignments, workload distribution and goals are determined in collaboration each year. The position reports to the chair, department of pharmacy practice and is evaluated annually.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
At least one year of residency training with an emphasis in acute care; PGY2 residency or equivalent experience preferred
Teaching experience, including experience teaching in an ability-based education model, active learning, team-based learning, and other student-centered learning techniques.
Eligibility for Missouri pharmacist licensure and board certification.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Additional Salary Information: commensurate with rank
About St. Louis College of Pharmacy
St. Louis College of Pharmacy is the fourth-oldest and 10th-largest college of pharmacy in America. The College primarily admits students directly from high school, and the curriculum integrates the liberal arts and sciences with a professional program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The College offers a full student-life experience, including nearly 50 student organizations and intercollegiate athletics. Nearly 1400 students from 31 states and several countries are currently enrolled at the College.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy is located on eight acres in the heart of one of the world’s finest biomedical and patient-care centers. The College is actively forging partnerships with nearby institutions such as Washington University, Saint Louis University, and Goldfarb School of Nursing.
Our new strategic plan will guide us to be globally prominent in pharmacy and health care education, interprofessional patient-centered care, and collaborative research. We are guided by our values of integrity, professionalism, personal development, valuing diversity and our desire to make a positive difference.