The individuals in the pharmacy management position and social administrative science/director of programmatic assessment positions will be responsible for teaching PharmD students, providing service at the University and in the greater High Point area, and maintaining scholarly activities in relevant areas and conducting research projects in a multidisciplinary fashion as allowed by the allocated research effort. This will be advanced by clinical practice collaborations maintained by the individual.
The estimated distribution of effort for this individual at program maturity (i.e., when a full faculty cohort is hired) will be 50-70% teaching and 20-40% service, and 10% research.
Interested candidates should apply online at https://highpoint.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Highpoint-Faculty
Once you click the link, enter the term “clinical sciences” into the search bar, select the specific position you would like to apply for and submit the following documents as a single PDF file:
Letter of interest addressing all qualifications for the position
Current curriculum vitae
Statement of teaching philosophy and statement of scholarship philosophy/research interests
Names of three current professional references with email addresses and telephone numbers
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree from an ACPE-accredited school is required.
Eligibility for pharmacy licensure in North Carolina is required.
Candidates with PGY2 and/or fellowship training in community pharmacy management or health system pharmacy leadership and administration or extensive experience in pharmacy management is strongly preferred.
Additional professional certifications (e.g., BCPS, BCACP, CDE, MBA, MHA, MPH) are also preferred.
Social administrative science/director of programmatic assessment:
Pharm.D. and/or PhD is required.
Candidates with a PharmD should be eligible for pharmacy licensure in North Carolina.
Candidates with additional graduate/post-graduate training (e.g., fellowship, PGY1/PGY2 residency, MHA, MPH) and professional certifications (e.g., BCPS) are preferred.
Experience in applied health services research, pharmacoeconomics, public health or other similar quantitative/social sciences areas is preferred.
Experience with curricular assessment is preferred.
A demonstrated record of excellence in teaching and a commitment to excellence in pharmacy education and research is preferred.
Experience working with students as a faculty mentor or preceptor is preferred.
About High Point University Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy
Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy strives to:Provide students with a comprehensive pharmacy education that carefully integrates basic and clinical sciences.Develop within students the process of analytical thought, enabling them to reason through clinical and scientific problems.Promote for all faculty and students, a passion for clinical and scientific discovery to advance healthcare.Maintain an environment of caring and acceptance for personal and cultural differences, to develop kind, compassionate, and accepting pharmacy practitioners.Expose students to real-world situations that prepare them to function effectively within health care environments.