for the College of Pharmacy
We are currently seeking highly qualified individuals for the following faculty positions with the College of Pharmacy. These positions are available immediately. Innovative individuals with a commitment to Christian education, preferably active members of the church of Christ, are encouraged to apply:
Department of Pharmacy Practice. Assistant/Associate Professor. This is a 0.4 FTE faculty position at the rank of assistant or associate professor. Responsibilities include creating, coordinating and delivering instruction in the pathophysiology, pharmacotherapy, and patient-centered care didactic curriculum; developing and maintaining innovative clinical practice sites; conducting scholarly activity in an area of expertise; and engaging in service to the college, and community. The College is partnering with local hospitals, clinics, and community pharmacies to establish clinical practice opportunities. Applicants from all clinical backgrounds will be considered. Candidates with expertise in adult internal medicine, ambulatory care, cardiology, or hematology/oncology are encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants will possess a Pharm.D. as well as residency/fellowship training. At least two years of academic experience is preferred. Eligibility for pharmacy licensure in Arkansas is required.
Interested individuals should contact Julie Kissack, Pharm.D.,BCPP, Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Harding University College of Pharmacy, 915 E. Market Avenue, Box 12230, Searcy, AR 72149-5615. Telephone: 501-279-5459, e-mail: email@example.com.
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