The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey welcomes applications for a full-time, Clinical Assistant Professor faculty position (non-tenure). The faculty member will hold a joint clinical appointment in Cardiology at St. Joseph’s Medical Center.
The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy provides one of the most challenging, dynamic, and satisfying Programs of Study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. In concert with supportive faculty and staff, students at the School build a foundation for learning that continues long after graduation. EMSOP is committed to an inclusive workforce of individuals interested in teaching a diverse student body; delivering and caring in an array of clinical settings and for a variety of patient populations; conducting researching and scholarship; and serving in a spectrum of opportunities.
The Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration supports the overall mission of the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy in four critical areas—education, clinical practice, scholarship, and service. The mission of the Department is to prepare our students to provide evidence-based pharmaceutical care in a variety of practice settings and an ever-evolving interprofessional healthcare environment.
St. Joseph’s Medical Center is a 651 bed quaternary state-designated trauma center hospital and is part of St. Joseph’s Health. Faculty and pharmacy staff work closely to integrate clinical functions. There are currently a number of faculty members at St. Joseph’s in the area of Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, and Ambulatory Care/Infectious Disease. There are also several hospital-based clinical practitioners.
The Cardiology Faculty member would work with the St. Joseph’s Medical Center clinical pharmacists and medical staff to optimize the care of patients in Cardiology. The Faculty member would have an active role on the Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee and would also be involved in the education of medical, nursing and pharmacy staff (including pharmacy residents), in special projects, medication guideline development, etc. Excellent communication skills are required.
Applicants must have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, and have completed at least two years of residency training or equivalent experience. Applicants must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the state of New Jersey. To pre-schedule an interview, please contact Dr. Evelyn Hermes-DeSantis at email@example.com. Please note interested individuals should submit a CV, letter of interest, and a minimum of three recommendations to Marc Sturgill, PharmD, Associate Professor and Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org (please copy email@example.com) by January 1, 2020 after interviewing at Midyear.
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The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is dedicated to excellence in healthcare and biomedical education, innovative and visionary research and scholarship in the pharmaceutical sciences, exemplary clinical practice, and outreach and community services that address the needs of the citizens of New Jersey and society at large.
The School has a historic and profound commitment to public service – to pharmacists, the pharmaceutical industry, the health care community, government agencies, and the citizens of New Jersey.