The Department of Pharmacy Practice at Temple University School of Pharmacy is seeking candidates for a nontenure track clinical educator faculty position in ambulatory care. The appointment will be at the Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor level based on individual qualifications.
• Send a letter of interest and a curriculum vitae to Dr. Melissa Potts at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Applications will be accepted through September 30th, 2022
• Deliver direct patient care in an ambulatory clinic setting to adult patients in North Philadelphia
• Candidate will join an ambulatory practice site according to experience and training as well as department needs. A variety of practice settings are being considered including, but not limited to, family medicine, hepatology, and oncology.
• Serve as a preceptor and role model for pharmacy learners on interprofessional, introductory pharmacy practice experiences, advanced pharmacy practice experiences, and residency rotations
• Teach in both small and large classroom settings and be responsible for providing educational experiences to pharmacy residents
• PharmD degree
• PGY2 residency training preferred or PGY1 residency training with commensurate experience
• High degree of knowledge of the standards and current trends in pharmacy practice particularly in chronic disease management
• Experience operating under a collaborative practice agreement preferred
Contact Melissa Potts, PharmD
(215) 707- 2142
About the Temple University School of Pharmacy:
The Temple University School of Pharmacy has implemented a dynamic curriculum utilizing a variety of innovative teaching techniques. Faculty members have access to state-of-the-art simulated clinical facilities and various technologies to assist them in developing active learning pedagogies. The philosophy of the School of Pharmacy is to foster individual growth and to encourage faculty members to dedicate their time and efforts in areas where they will be most productive. The School supports a total of five PGY1 and PGY2 residencies, and clinical faculty are involved in mentoring and precepting PGY1 residents within the Temple University Health System. Adjacent to Temple University Hospital, the School’s location on our Health Sciences Campus provides abundant opportunities to collaborate with other health professional educators, clinicians, and researchers. Faculty members are engaged in collaborative research relationships with colleagues in the Katz School of Medicine, the Kornberg School of Dentistry, and the Temple University Hospital and Health System. Temple University School of Pharmacy is in the midst of unprecedented growth with the goal to significantly enhance its research capabilities. The School houses a facility for pharmacokinetics and bioanalysis, the Jayne Haines Center for Pharmacogenomics and Drug Safety, a cGMP facility, and the Moulder Center for Drug Discovery Research.
Temple University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with applicable EEO and Affirmative Action regulations.