Wingate, a comprehensive, independent and growing university, serves more than 3,600 students in North Carolina. Founded in 1896, the University offers 35 undergraduate majors as well as graduate and professional programs. Wingate is home to the Cannon College of Arts and Sciences; the Levine College of Health Sciences; the Byrum School of Business; and the College of Professional Studies, which includes the Thayer School of Education and
the School of Sport Sciences. Wingate blends in-class exploration with out-of-class application to deliver an uncommon and life-changing educational experience. Nearly one in five Wingate undergraduate students is preparing to be a pharmacist, physician assistant, physical therapist, occupational therapist or nurse, and 65 percent of graduate students are enrolled in health sciences. Wingate offers six master’s degree programs and four doctoral
degree programs. Students are supported by more than 325 endowed scholarships. The University’s motto is “Faith, Knowledge, Service.” View current news and videos at www.wingate.edu.
The Wingate University School of Pharmacy aspires to provide a transformative experience and educate leaders to advance the care of our community. The School provides education to student pharmacists on two campuses located in Wingate, NC and Hendersonville, NC. More information about the School can be found on the website at www.pharmacy.wingate.edu.
Wingate University School of Pharmacy seeks a candidate with strong interest and ability in graduate level clinical and didactic teaching for a full-time, tenure-track position as an Assistant or Associate Professor with a focus in inpatient pharmacy practice. Clinical responsibilities will include developing and providing direct patient care services in an institutional setting in the Hendersonville, NC area and providing educational in-services as needed to providers/staff at the site. Teaching responsibilities include precepting third- and fourth-year student pharmacists at the practice site and classroom and laboratory teaching on a variety of clinical topics. Additional responsibilities include scholarship, academic service, professional/community service, and other duties as assigned.
Candidates must possess a doctor of pharmacy degree and have completed a PGY1 residency. PGY2 residency preferred. Didactic and experiential teaching experience is highly desirable. Candidates must be eligible for pharmacist licensure in North Carolina and obtain a pharmacist license in NC within 3 months of hire. Academic rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications, previous teaching/precepting involvement, and research and scholarship accomplishments.
Interested candidates should submit:
1) a current curriculum vita
2) a cover letter expressing interest in the position
3) a brief statement of principles and vision regarding matters of inclusion and equity
4) names and contact information of three references
The search committee will begin its formal review of candidates immediately.
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