Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Pharmacy Administration

This position is a full-time, 12-month, tenure track faculty appointment.  The position will require the individual to teach didactic courses to our Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) students as well as develop and establish scholarly activity in an area of pharmacy administration or health outcomes research.

 Department:  Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences

 Reports to:  Chair, Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences

 Primary Purpose:  To contribute to the mission of both the PCSP and Presbyterian College by providing high quality educational experiences to our students

Qualifications:  Qualified applicants will have a Ph.D. in pharmaceutical health outcomes and/ or pharmacy administration or a related discipline.  Preference will be given to candidates who have a degree in pharmacy.

Responsibilities:

Teaching

  1. Teach in an area of expertise
  2. Help design, coordinate and/or teach two pharmacy administration courses per calendar year in an entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum
  3. Provide assistance in other departmental course work as requested by the department chair
  4. Serve as a student facilitator for Capstone projects

Scholarship

  1. Research in an area of expertise
  2. Remain current in specialty interest areas consistent with academic responsibility and program needs by disciplined reading, study and other faculty development activities
  3. Contribute to the body of knowledge in one’s discipline and primary interest area(s) via investigation or activity that leads to publication of at least one article (or its equivalent) per academic year in a nationally recognized professional journal or presentation of at least one paper per academic year at a national professional or scientific meeting
  4. Seek extramural support for research interests – Collaboration with other institutions is strongly encouraged

Service

  1. Participate as a faculty member in departmental, School and College committees and activities as assigned
  2. Serve as professional advisor to Doctor of Pharmacy students as assigned
  3. Service at the local, regional and national level with professional associations and organizations

E-mail submission of application materials is encouraged, and interested individuals should provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three references to:  Dr. Scott Asbill, Chair of Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences (csasbill@presby.edu), Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, 307 North Broad Street, Clinton, SC  29325.

Presbyterian College is a private college located in Clinton, South Carolina, a community located in the upstate region.  For more information about the position, the School of Pharmacy, or Presbyterian College, please see our web site at www.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.