Undergraduate Faculty Positions

Assistant Biology Professor

The department of biology at Presbyterian College invites applications for a tenure-track position starting in the fall of 2016. The responsibilities of this position are to teach molecular biology as well as introductory biology (majors and/or non-majors). A Ph.D. degree in molecular biology or a related field is required. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in computational methods and who have a research program that can involve undergraduates. A commitment to teaching and mentoring undergraduates is also important. A future opportunity exists to develop a course in a candidate’s specialty that complements the program of the department.

Review of completed applications will begin February 1, 2016 and continue until the position is filled.  Interested individuals should send a single PDF file containing a letter of application, vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, description of research plan, and the names of three references to: Dr. Ron Zimmerman, Chair, Biology Department, presbybiosearch@gmail.com.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Faculty Position in Finance and Economics

Presbyterian College: The Departments of Economics and Business Administration invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in finance. The successful candidate will teach Finance, Computer Applications for Business, Economics, and/or other business courses. Applicants should demonstrate evidence of outstanding undergraduate teaching supported by research capability and an interest in mentoring undergraduate students. Applicants who have an earned doctorate in finance, economics, or other business field are encouraged to apply.

About the Department: The Departments of Economics and Business Administration includes majors in Business Administration with concentrations in Management, Accounting, and Economics as well as a standalone Economics major. About 25% of students on campus major in our department, and we maintain strong connections with alumni. The Department participates in BB&T Capitalism Program. For more information, please visit our web site at http://www.presby.edu/business/

To Apply: To learn more about Presbyterian College, please visit the web site at www.presby.edu. Review of candidates for this position will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled, with applications received by February 29 receiving priority. To apply, e-mail or send a letter of interest, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, statement on research interests, information on teaching evaluations, and a list of three references to: Professor Norman Scarborough to nmscarb@presby.edu. Presbyterian College is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants.

Undergraduate Staff Positions

Vice President for Enrollment Management

Presbyterian College, commonly known as PC, is a Carnegie One Liberal Arts College and is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The School of the Liberal Arts confers B.A. and B.S. degrees in 30 courses of study and 9 pre-professional programs including Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Pre-Theology, and Pre-Pharmacy. PC also offers a dual-degree program in Engineering (with Clemson University, Auburn University, Georgia Tech, the University of South Carolina, and Vanderbilt University) and minor fields in an additional 13 disciplines such as Africana Studies, Media Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Presbyterian’s undergraduate and graduate programs emphasize small class sizes, a strong sense of community, and a commitment to service. PC is a NCAA Division I, Big South Conference member institution. The College is located in Clinton, South Carolina with easy access to Greenville (SC), Spartanburg (SC) and Columbia (SC), as well as the beaches of South Carolina and the mountains of North Carolina. 

Responsibilities of the Position

The Vice President for Enrollment Management is responsible for all aspects of new student recruitment and enrollment, including the strategic awarding of financial aid. The Vice President is responsible for developing and implementing all aspects of a comprehensive, multi-year enrollment plan and for identifying and meeting annual enrollment and net tuition goals. By providing leadership and strategic direction to the office of traditional Undergraduate Admissions and the Financial Aid office, the Vice President is responsible for implementing and directing best practices and strategies that meet enrollment goals, reflect institutional values, and ensure a culture of continuous improvement throughout the Enrollment Management division. The Vice President for Enrollment Management collaborates closely with colleagues across the institution including the Vice President for Finance and Administration to determine pricing strategies and the effective use of institutional financial aid and with the marketing and communications department on the creation and implementation of an effective and strategic communications plan and the Director of Athletics on NCAA Division I athletes. Reporting to the President and serving as a member of the President’s Leadership Team, the Vice President is also responsible for designing and interpreting appropriate metrics and measurable outcomes. The Vice President for Enrollment Management oversees a staff of 15and manages an operating budget of $935,000.

Qualifications

A Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred), and a minimum of eight years of progressive experience in enrollment management and financial aid is required. The Vice President must be a highly efficient, effective, results-oriented, and challenge-driven individual with strong business acumen, proven ability to lead and knowledge of best practices and current trends in the enrollment field. The position requires experience in management, strategic planning, admissions, financial aid, customer relations, and retention. The successful candidate will be a visionary and a strategic thinker. The position requires strong connotative skills and the ability to analyze issues critically. The Vice President must be a data-driven decision maker, an effective presenter and a negotiator who can build synergy and rapport among departments of the College. The successful candidate must understand and believe in the value of a liberal arts education, professional programs and the mission of Presbyterian College. 

To Apply

Review of applications begins November 6, 2015 and continues until the position is filled. Interested candidates should apply for this position online via the Williams & Company website at: www.williamscompany.net. Confidential inquiries and/or nominations may be directed to Martha Smiles at: Martha@williamscompany.net or (802) 497-0151.

Campus Police Officers

Presbyterian College is accepting applications for Campus Police Officers. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent and pass a criminal background investigation. Candidate must have either graduated from the SC Criminal Justice Academy or willing to attend and successfully complete the course. Candidate must be able to enforce rules, regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines of college, as well as local, state and federal laws.

Send application and a list of three references, including their contact information, to the Director of Public Safety, Presbyterian College, 503 South Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325. Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Coordinator for Academic Success - Full Time

The Coordinator for Academic Success (CAS) oversees campus-wide retention efforts for the Arts & Sciences students.  The Coordinator reports to the Dean of Academic Programs but also works closely with the Registrar, the Dean of Students, the Associate Dean of Career Development & Director of Student Success, the Director of Admissions, the Admissions Committee and the Athletic department.  Listed below are the expected responsibilities/activities to be employed by the Coordinator for Academic Success (CAS).

  • Coordinate interventions with students who are at risk of non-persistence due to academic difficulties. This is mainly done through evaluation of mid-term grades of freshmen and sophomores on academic probation.  Follow up with those determined to be at-risk includes, but is not limited to, a group meeting called by the Dean of Academic Programs with individual meetings scheduled with the CAS throughout the remainder of the fall term.
  • Implement a schedule of individual meetings with first semester sophomores who are on academic probation to monitor their progress and refer them to campus resources throughout the semester.
  • Implement a schedule of individual meetings with second semester freshmen who are on academic probation to monitor their progress and refer them to campus resources throughout the semester.
  • In collaboration with the Orientation Coordinator, establish and implement a summer program to work with incoming students taking summer classes that includes weekly individual meetings with each student and coordinated social activities.
  • Communicate and work with advisors regarding at-risk students; to include receiving regular reports of students missing classes.
  • Maintain database of students at-risk and a record of various means of intervention and results.
  • Maintain database on students who leave PC—database will include academic information, exit interview results, and other pertinent information such as where did the student transfer to.
  • Monitor Transcript request list to identify students considering leaving PC.
  • Monitor registration deposit hold list in spring term and intervene as necessary.
  • Coordinate efforts with the business office, registrar’s office, and residential life to monitor and report on retention members throughout the year, especially in late spring and throughout the summer to aid in projection of enrollment for the fall term.
  • Complete and submit an annual report on retention efforts and results for the President’s Leadership Team.
  • Participate as an active member of the PC CARES groups to identify possible students at risk for non-persistence and establish action plans to intervene when necessary.
  • Encourage and receive referrals from faculty and other staff on campus about students who are having difficulties either academically, socially, or personally. Coordinate appropriate interventions with these students utilizing campus resources.
  • Produce monthly updates to the Dean of Academic Programs, Dean of Enrollment Management, and Director of Student Success.
  • Coordinate programs throughout the year that provide direction on issues that impact retention. E.g. study skill, time management, how to prioritize and balance academics and socializing.
  • Establish a mentor/tutor program that has common developmental objectives regardless of academic discipline.
  • Participate in freshman orientation programming. Work with the coordinator and faculty to create an intentional program during orientation that supports new student transition and success.
  • Collaborate with Career Programs to support securing post graduate plans of the Arts & Sciences graduates so that this information can be used to assist in retention efforts (e.g. a student may not be performing well in the classroom because they do not have a frame of reference about their post college opportunities).
  • Attend Campus Life staff meetings, becoming familiar with student involvement activities throughout the academic year. Be cognizant of out of classroom activities during first half of the first semester, collaborating with appropriate Campus Life staff to assist new students in their transition and participation on campus.

Candidate must have at least a bachelor’s degree.  Experience in counseling or student involvement is preferred.

To apply send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to: Ms. Barbara Fayad, Vice President Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Director of Major and Planned Gifts

The Director for Major and Planned Gifts plays a key role in securing substantial financial resources and gifts that enable Presbyterian College to accomplish its mission and achieve its strategic goals. This development officer is responsible for assisting in managing the major gift program and ensuring its operations successfully benefit the College.

Performance Objectives

  • Serves as a leader in securing major gifts and is responsible for planning and implementing major gifts fundraising activities
  • Is involved in all aspects of identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gifts prospects
  • Develops both long- and short-range operational action plans to strengthen and grow the major gifts program
  • Works closely with the Vice President for Advancement and the other major gifts officers to plan targeted outreach activities aimed at increasing the donor pool and cultivating/stewarding existing prospects
  • Works closely with other division directors (Annual Fund/Alumni Relations, Foundations and Corporate Relations, Advancement Services) in planning innovative outreach activities aimed at strengthening the donor pool and cultivating/stewarding existing prospects
  • Develops a planned giving program aimed at securing gifts from alumni and friends of the College through wills, estate planning, life insurance programs, stock, and various forms of trusts
  • Works closely with the Vice President for Advancement in responding to strategic institutional priorities by planning, setting, and monitoring annual goals aimed at supporting those priorities
  • Provides staff support for Advancement staff members who are active in fundraising
  • Trains and oversees interaction with volunteers

Prospect Management

  • Works on all phases of fundraising effort for major prospects/donors
  • Serves as a leader in planning and conducting fundraising rating meetings
  • Plans and implements strategies for identification, timely solicitation, and stewardship of prospects
  • Cultivates, solicits, and stewards prospects through personal visits and written and oral communications

Qualifications

  • Candidate must have a college degree and at least three years of demonstratively successful experience in fundraising in an organization with a viable and comprehensive major gifts development program. At least five years of experience in major gifts is highly desired.
  • Demonstrated managerial and administrative experience in major gifts
  • A high-energy level with an imaginative and entrepreneurial approach to fundraising
  • An aptitude for staff development
  • A track record of being a team player
  • Proven interpersonal oral and written communications and organizational skills
  • A good working knowledge of computerized systems such as Raiser’s Edge
  • The ability and willingness to travel extensively, both weekdays and weekends

To apply send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to:
Ms. Barbara Fayad, Vice President Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Executive Director of Campus Services

Reporting to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, the Executive Director of Campus Services provides overall administration and management for the Campus Services Department and Administrative Mail Services. Campus Services includes construction, plant operation and maintenance, housekeeping and grounds, and oversight of College-owned real estate. In addition to these primary areas of responsibility, he or she serves as a member of the VP’s senior team, and is expected to participate in or lead cross-area teams on a variety of topics, such as strategic planning and evaluation, contracted auxiliary services, project management, budget development, policy development, contract review and negotiation, and facilities risk management.

Duties Include But Not Limited To:

  • Supervise direct reports and contract partners.
  • Manage and monitor service provider quality and value.
  • Negotiate service contracts.
  • Provide “best value” solutions.
  • Cultivate mid-level managers and team leaders.
  • Maintain building drawings and schematics
  • Assessment of facilities for deferred maintenance and capital renewal needs
  • Analysis of utilities, leases, special projects, special events, etc.
  • Ensure facility maintenance systems and staffs are effective.
  • Scheduling of summer projects in coordination with Student Life and Athletics
  • Periodically provide business and other performance measures.
  • Develop policies and programs to support the college’s goals and strategies.
  • Assign and provide support to project teams.
  • Assist in developing new construction project plans and deliver projects to market for bid.
  • Serve as Owners Representative during construction.
  • Represent the department to constituents within and outside the College.
  • Serve on committees, as assigned.
  • Support the Vice President for Finance and Administration on other projects and with other matters, as assigned.

Minimum Skills and Background Needed:

  • Ability to manage multiple areas and different disciplines.
  • Ability to manage complex projects.
  • Ability to plan and implement strategy for multiple areas.
  • Ability to effectively manage substantial financial resources.
  • Ability to assess organizational effectiveness and effect changes when needed.
  • Ability to act as the “owner’s representative” for construction project.
  • Ability to apply broad experience in building and systems operation and maintenance.
  • Ability to effectively interpret and negotiate contracts.
  • Ability to interpret architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, IT and other construction related documents.
  • Ability to draft policies and plans.
  • Ability to draft executive level correspondence and reports.
  • Ability to be successful in a frequently changing environment.
  • Ability to apply strong interpersonal and team building skills with supervisors, department employees, college community and public.

Education/Experience

  • Four-year engineering, architectural, technology or business degree from an accredited institution.
  • Five years of significant management experience including responsibility for plant operations, construction, budgets and contracts.
  • Working knowledge of quality and management methods, and experience in a service industry.
  • Demonstrated success at a senior level with major construction and renovation, either with owner or contractor.
  • Valid South Carolina driver’s license.
  • Working knowledge of standard management software systems for scheduling, financial reports, presentations, general correspondence and AutoCad.

To apply send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to: Ms. Barbara Fayad, Vice President Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Mail Room Clerk

Functions: Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Campus Services, the Mail Room Clerk is responsible for operation of Presbyterian College Mail Room. Basic duties include taking delivery of U.S. Postal mail and commercial mail deliveries, sorting mail and coordinating outgoing mail via U.S. Postal Service and commercial carriers.

Typical Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Receive, sort and deliver mail to the appropriate addressee.
  2. Coordinate commercial pick-up and delivery of mail via Federal Express and UPS.
  3. Maintain appropriate forms and procedures for making various types of shipments.
  4. Track reimbursable costs for various departments on campus.
  5. Maintain regulatory safeguards for U. S. Mail.
  6. Send notifications of delivery to departments for large packages.
  7. Assist staff and faculty with making bulk deliveries.
  8. Keep mail room clean and orderly.
  9. Make inter-office mail deliveries
  10. Performs a variety of other skilled and unskilled tasks in support of the Campus Services department as needed.

Desirable Job Qualifications:

  1. Prior operation of a campus or other private mail operation (preferred).
  2. Basic computer skills (MS Word, Excel and E-mail).
  3. Use of basic office machines (printers, copiers).
  4. High school diploma.
  5. Competent reading, writing and verbal skills.
  6. Valid South Carolina Driver’s License.
  7. Positive attitude and ability to work cooperatively with college employees.
  8. Good organizational skills.

Application Instructions:

To apply send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to: Ms. Barbara Fayad, Vice President Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Software Analyst

Presbyterian College is accepting resumes for the position of Software Analyst.  The position supports the College’s administrative and academic technology needs.

Duties include but not limited to:

Serve as technical support for Ellucian Banner administrative software system:

  • Provide in-depth technical support for the staff in functional areas (i.e. registrar, admissions, school of pharmacy, A/R)
  • Support programming needs by working with users to define those needs, then developing reports and processes using SQL, PL/SQL, Unix/linux shell scripts, Excel, and other tools as needed
  • Maintain existing code
  • Develop and maintain procedures and processes to integrate Banner with other campus systems such as CBORD (Sodexho dining services
  • Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues related to Banner
  • Provide backup DBA support
  • Assist in PIN and password resets when needed
  • Perform scheduled maintenance tasks for Registrar area
  • Provide support for DegreeWorks system
  • Review Banner upgrades to help determine whether needed; provide implementation support for new functionality

Qualifications:

  • Must have prior experience in supporting and writing SQL code for end users
  • Experience using Oracle PL/SQL and/or MS T-SQL
  • Experience using MS Office products
  • Knowledge of Unix/Linux OS

Skill Set:

  • High aptitude for problem solving
  • Ability to work as a team member and communicate with a variety of individuals, both technical and non-technical
  • Ability to do solo research for learning how to use new tools and solving problems
  • Ability to manage complex tasks with minimal supervision
  • Detail-oriented
  • Exhibit flexibility, willingness to take on extra tasks and “learn as you go”
  • Provide leadership in role as programmer

To apply send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to: Ms. Barbara Fayad, Vice President Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to hr@presby.edu

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

School of Pharmacy Faculty and Staff Position

Founding Director – Physician Assistant Program

Qualifications: The founding program director must be a physician assistant (PA) holding a current NCCPA certification and either possess (or be eligible for) a South Carolina PA practice license , or a physician holding current licensure as an allopathic or osteopathic physician in South Carolina as well as hold certification by an ABMS- or AOA-approved specialty board. The founding program director will not be the medical director. The founding program director must have proven track record of effective leadership and management with specific experience in organizational development, education administration, fiscal management, continuous review and analysis, strategic planning, development and participation in accreditation processes. Ideally the program director will have between 3-5 years in PA education. The director will be employed full time with at least 80% of the director’s effort involved in activities directly related to the PA program, which will include administration, education, scholarship and/or service. Service effort will include an appointment to a medical center PA leadership role to support sufficient resources for clinical education, optimize workforce development, and advance the PA profession. The director’s residual effort (i.e. 20%) may include patient care, research, or other activities approved by the dean.

Purpose: The founding program director will lead the PA program in supporting the advancement of PA practice within the institution, local community and nationally. The program director will supervise and maintain responsibility for the medical director, principal and instructional faculty and staff in all activities that directly relate to the program. The program director may adopt a delegator approach as allowed by accreditation and institutional policies. The program director will direct the development and ongoing revision of the vision, mission, and key goals for the program.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Administrative

  • Ensures compliance and fulfillment of all ARC- PA standards of accreditation
  • Approves selection of applicants for admission into the program and supports the development of acceptance benchmarks / criteria
  • Promotes the interests of the program within the medical and academic communities
  • Actively participates in development of the mission statement and the generation of goals for the program
  • Supports the design, evaluation and enhancement of the curriculum
  • Actively recruits student rotation sites
  • Provides effective leadership and promotes best practices for management by being knowledgeable about and responsible for the following programmatic activities: organization, administration, fiscal management, continuous review and analysis, planning, development, and accreditation
  • Supervises the medical director, principal and instructional faculty and staff in all activities that directly relate to the Program
  • Collaborates with the Dean to effect performance management, employee corrective actions, or other human resources related supervisory activities
  • Collaborates with the Dean annually to develop a plan for faculty and staff effort distribution for all activities directly related to the PA program
  • Collaborates with the Dean and VP for Advancement for efforts related to fundraising, development, and alumni support
  • Directs the activities of all program committees and teams, including making assignments for all faculty and staff directly related to these committees and teams
  • Provides effective leadership in the following areas directly related to the PA program: strategic planning, personnel management, conflict resolution, faculty and staff development, student education and student services, program communications and reporting (internal and external requirements), accreditation and records maintenance, program evaluation and continuous quality improvement, and budgeting.
  • Chairs the Program Administration Committee
  • Chairs the Program Policy Committee
  • May serve in local, regional, national or international committee or leadership roles
  • Supports the advancement of the PA profession (including PA practice, workforce development, PA education, and interprofessional education) within the institution as a senior advisor to the Dean and other key administrators within the medical community

Educational

  • Supports preclinical and clinical education through oversight and other activities which may include the following:
  • Orients students and faculty to desired expectations and competencies
  • Provides regular student instruction through all components of the program
  • Provides feedback regarding student performance
  • Supports academic or career counseling for students
  • Participates with the design, implementation, coordination and evaluation of remediation activities
  • Instructs and evaluates students during supervised clinical practice experiences
  • Participates as an evaluator for candidates for graduation undergoing summative evaluation activities
  • Promotes the ongoing development and evaluation of clinical training sites to assure quality educational experiences for students
  • Provides assistance to instructional and principal faculty for professional and career development
  • Facilitates review (directly or through delegation) of published materials including website, guidelines, policies, and procedures

Service

  • Provides clinical expertise in support of patient care, biomedical research, applied clinical research, or other clinical consultative efforts
  • Maintains licensure as a physician assistant in South Carolina and NCCPA certification
  • May serve as an investigator on department-sponsored or extramurally funded research projects
  • Represents the program at social and/or academic functions
  • Engages in community, regional and national activities to promote and advance the PA profession
  • Performs other responsibilities delegated by the dean
  • Engages in professional development activities which foster personal growth, new skills acquisition or other behaviors that support balanced excellence

 

The Founding Program Director reports to the Dean of the Pharmacy School. The Founding Program Director will interact regularly with the Dean to ensure the overall success of the program and effective integration of the program with the health sciences at Presbyterian College’s strategic direction.

College: Presbyterian College, commonly known as PC, is a four-year, private liberal arts college located in Clinton, South Carolina, USA and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. The college’s   undergraduate and graduate programs emphasize small class sizes, a congenial atmosphere between professors and students, and a commitment to service. Located in the Upstate of South Carolina, the campus is in close proximity to Greenville and Spartanburg, SC.

Application process: E-mail submission of application materials is encouraged, and interested individuals should provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, and the names and contact information of three references to: Dr. Cliff Fuhrman, Dean, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, 307 North Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325 (email; lcfuhrman@presby.edu ).   The application process will continue until the position is filled with an expected start date of summer 2016.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.

Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Job description:

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy is seeking to fill two full-time (12 month), tenure-track faculty positions in Pharmacy Practice specializing in community, oncology, or psychiatry pharmacy. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. Positions may remain open until we have an adequate applicant pool.

The successful candidate(s) will join the School of Pharmacy as an Assistant or Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice (rank determined by experience). The individual(s) will be expected to assist in the course delivery of the PharmD program, teach a variety of topics in pharmacotherapeutics, teach other topics in specialty area within the curriculum, serve as a clinical pharmacist at the School of Pharmacy’s Wellness Center (community) or local hospitals (Psychiatry- Self Regional Healthcare (Greenwood, SC); oncology (Spartanburg Regional Medical Center (Spartanburg, SC)), precept students at the practice site, and develop a program of scholarship as evidenced by attainment of research/training grants, presentations, and publications of scholarly work. In addition, individuals will be expected to contribute to the service needs of the School by serving on various committees. Candidates must be eligible for pharmacist licensure in the state of South Carolina.

Job Requirements

Education, training, experience:

Qualified applicants should possess a PharmD degree with successful completion of a PGY1 and/or PGY2 accredited residency program or have equivalent clinical training in the areas of community, oncology or psychiatry pharmacy.

The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Rank and salary are commensurate with qualifications and experience. To apply for the position, submit a letter of intent; a curriculum vitae; and names and addresses of three references (preferably from current or former supervisors), via email to:

Jennifer N. Clements, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, BCACP

Chair and Associate Professor

Department of Pharmacy Practice

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy

307 North Broad Street

Clinton, South Carolina 29325

jclements@presby.edu.

Presbyterian College is a private college in Clinton, South Carolina, a community located in the upstate South Carolina region. The School of Pharmacy graduated its inaugural class during the spring of 2014 and received accreditation status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) in 2014.

Presbyterian College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College seeks to hire the most qualified candidate and does not discriminate against any legally protected class.