Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a full-time, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Co-Coordinator of Experiential Education within the Office of Experiential Education. This 12-month position offers an exciting opportunity to be a member of an innovative developing, program. The candidate will have two roles, a faculty role, and an administrative role as an Experiential Education Co-Coordinator.
As the Experiential Co-Coordinator, the faculty member will assist the Assistant Dean of Experiential Education and other experiential faculty/staff in managing and implementing programs, initiatives, and processes to ensure a high-quality Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE/APPE) program that meets the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences' educational mission and vision and the ACPE standards. This includes ensuring a sufficient number of preceptors, or licensed pharmacists and other practitioners (as applicable), who satisfy the criteria for an adjunct faculty appointment, for the experiential program. Additionally, the Co-coordinator will perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean of Experiential Education. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
As a non-tenure track faculty, the individual will be responsible for didactic (including laboratory) teaching, service as the Office of Experiential Education representative on a School Committee, and research. The School assists you in developing a research program through an individualized mentoring team and assistance of our own grant's office. The faculty member will be involved in mentoring students to complete a project as part of our Capstone research program as well as experiential education-related research projects.
Candidates should possess excellent interpersonal communication skills, be a creative problem solver, and have a strong commitment to developing preceptors who will provide excellent experiential learning opportunities for our students. A personal commitment to scholarship and teaching is also required.
Primary responsibilities are as an Experiential Co-Coordinator who will work collaboratively with the Office of Experiential Education (OEE) and report to the Assistant Dean of Experiential Education:
Recruit, develop, and maintain IPPE/APPE sites and preceptors
Implement the pharmacy experiential program in collaboration with the OEE
Prepare and manage placement assignments of student IPPE/APPEs
Co-coordinate experiential courses
Assist in developing a preceptor mentorship program and provide mentorship to preceptors and pharmacists at practice sites
Prepare and deliver continuing education to preceptors and other staff at sites
Conduct site visits and evaluate sites, preceptor, and student experiences to ensure quality
Demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence in the provision of instruction and assessment of student learning outcomes in the experiential and didactic portions of the curriculum
Collect quality assurance and improvement data of the IPPE/APPE Experiential Program
Bachelor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy degree, or other pharmacy advanced degree required.
Pharmacist licensure or eligibility for licensure in the State of New York is required.
Experience precepting pharmacy students is required.
Hospital practice experience is strongly desired.
Completion of a PGY-1 residency is preferred, but not required.
The candidate must be able to gain and maintain confidence and cooperation of faculty, staff, administration, preceptors, and students.
Have proven leadership capabilities, personnel management, and communication skills in a variety of pharmacy practice settings is preferred.
An understanding of tracking and assessing outcomes is preferred
About Binghamton University, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
The state of New York provided $60 million to establish a School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Binghamton University. The school, which enrolled its inaugural PharmD class in 2017, is housed in a state-of-the-art, 105,000 square-foot building dedicated to research and education and located at the University's new Health Sciences Campus. The school's outstanding pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences leaders use contemporary medication management and innovative research to transform human health locally and globally. The research and clinically focused school is training the next generations of graduates to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered pharmaceutical care to diverse groups of patients, especially those in underserved rural and geriatric communities. Our new pharmacy simulations laboratory houses a hospital pharmacy with a 797-compliant sterile room, community pharmacy with a robotic dispenser, patient home setting, and three hospital rooms complete with electrocardiographic/respiratory/hemodynamic monitoring and high-fidelity manikins.
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).... MS and PhD programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences launched in fall The PhD program opening in Fall 2022 to further advance the School’s will be renowned for its contributions to translational, clinical and outcomes research within the changing landscape of drug development, pharmacy practice and clinical science.
In alignment with the School's strategic plan and the University’s mission, the School is committed to core values including a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, mentoring, and service, as well as through engagement with faculty, students, and staff. We are seeking individuals with a vision for the education of diverse adult learners with a range of backgrounds and worldviews.