Faculty will have responsibilities that include didactic teaching, clinical practice with experiential education of students, student advising, service to the College, and scholarly endeavors. Faculty will be expected to actively participate in assigned course activities and committees, as well as attend and contribute to scheduled Departmental, College and Larkin University faculty meetings. As scholarship is an integral component of faculty life, all Departmental faculty are expected to maintain an active program of scholarship. Clinical Practice Faculty will be expected to contribute to the patient care and service missions of their assigned clinical practice site. We are currently hiring for three (3) positions (1 inpatient/internal medicine; 1 ambulatory care; and 1 cardiology, infectious disease, oncology, or psychiatry specialist).
- Work closely with the Dean and Department Chair in ensuring the integrity of the University and the College of Pharmacy (COP) are in line with the founding principles, values, mission, and goals;
- Ensure the development, furtherance, and improvement of curriculum and educational assessment tools;
- Be available to coordinate and teach assigned course(s), class(s), and subject(s) at an appointed time;
- Develop an active clinical practice site that facilitates high quality experiential education and scholarship;
- Develop and deliver experiential education rotations as assigned by the Department Chair and in collaboration with the Assistant Dean of Experiential Education;
- Work with Department Chair and practice site liaison to facilitate training and mentoring of post-doctoral trainees (e.g. PGY-1,2 residents) at their clinical practice site;
- Work with Department Chair and practice site liaison to facilitate participation in assigned committees at their clinical practice site;
- Work with Department Chair to formulate a strategy to develop and sustain a program of scholarship;
- Work with Department Chair and Assistant Dean of Experiential Education to facilitate preceptor training and mentoring at their clinical practice site;
- Maintain a productive output of scholarly contributions, such as peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals;
- Disseminate knowledge by scholarly presentation at appropriate scientific and academic platforms;
- Assist in activities related to program accreditation by various national, regional, state and other accreditation and regulatory agencies;
- Serve on committee(s) of COP/University;
- Ensure mentoring of students;
- Represent the Department, College and University to external institutions, organizations and agencies;
- Ensure compliance with all LU policies and procedures;
- Promote safe working conditions and procedures;
- Promote collegiality, professional and ethical behaviors; and
- Perform other duties as requested by the Chair and/or Dean
Candidates shall have a PharmD with residency and/or fellowship training (or equivalent experience) and be licensed/eligible for Florida licensure. Many different potential practice sites are available including our partner teaching hospitals and clinics. All specialties are considered and encouraged to apply; however, preferences are for internal medicine, ambulatory care or specialist in the areas of infectious diseases, psychiatry, oncology, or cardiology. Larkin University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and this position is open to all candidates authorized to work in the United States.
Potential candidates should submit a complete application packet which includes the a) cover letter, b) statement of teaching, and scholarly philosophy with respect to experience or interests, c) current curriculum vitae, d) three (3) names of references with complete contact information. Incomplete applications will not be considered. The application packet and questions regarding the position should be submitted to Dr. Juan Mosley (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org), Chair of the Search Committee, Department of Clinical and Administrative Sciences. The Application review process will continue until the positions are filled.
Minimum Education: Pharm.D.
Job Duration: Indefinite
About Larkin University, College of Pharmacy
Founded in 2013, Larkin University evolved from Larkin Health System which consists of 13 entities including, a community-based hospital that prides itself as a teaching hospital with the largest Osteopathic Medical Doctor training residency program in the United States. Larkin University is the newest private-not-for-profit university located in the beautiful city of Miami, Florida. Larkin University College of Pharmacy was founded to address the changing landscape of the U.S. health care system. The College of Pharmacy is built around the learner and emphasizes educating students who embody the values of collaboration, scholarship, professionalism, accountability, academic excellence, and social justice. In the pursuit of helping students learn together and seek truth the college has integrated the value of social justice into all aspects of the program and the curriculum. The 3-years accelerated, Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program offers direct entry to students who have completed the required prerequisite coursework. Established by experienced leaders in pharmacy education, and based on the principles of active learning, the program is distinguished by its strong educational focus on experiential education beginning in 1st year and the block format curriculum. The active learning strategy is complemented throughout the three years of the program by extensive clinical practice and patient contact integrated with theoretical study elements. The program is the most affordable program amongst private universities. The Pharm.D. program received candidate status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) in June 2017.
Additional information can be found on our university website: https://www.ularkin.org/