COLLEGE OF PHARMACY FACULTY POSITION
The mission of Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy is to integrate academic excellence with Christian faith and practice. Lipscomb University is centrally located in Nashville, Tennessee near a diverse network of healthcare facilities, renowned academic and research institutions, and a life science center created for innovative biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. The University is associated with the churches of Christ and members with an advanced degree in pharmacy, pharmacy administration, biomedical sciences, or pharmaceutical sciences are encouraged to apply.
Faculty Positions Available: Beginning January 1, 2019
A faculty position in the Department of Pharmacy Practice is available to meet the educational responsibilities of the professional program and to create innovative teaching or research opportunities among existing pharmacy practice sites, academic health centers, research institutions and emerging biotech companies.
- An earned doctorate degree (PhD, PharmD, MD or equivalent);
- Evidence of or the potential for excellence in teaching, service, research and scholarly activity;
- Post-doctoral experience or residency/fellowship in oncology pharmacy practice preferred.
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY PRACTICE
FACULTY POSITIONS: A tenure or non-tenure track position is available in the Department for applicants that have an earned doctorate degree with specialization in oncology pharmacy practice or pharmacy administration that include ambulatory care pharmacy practice, general internal medicine pharmacy practice. Applicants will be expected to maintain a clinical practice within a local institution and are expected to meet the educational responsibilities of the professional program and to create collaborative research opportunities among existing academic and commercial health centers.
Rank and Salary: Experience and qualifications will determine academic rank and salaries are nationally competitive by AACP standards for 12 month appointments at private institutions.
Application Information: Interested candidates should submit contact information for three references, a curriculum vita, teaching portfolio and a letter of application that briefly addresses scholarly interests, career goals, and teaching philosophy. Electronic submissions are encouraged and review of applications will continue until all positions are filled.
Contact J. Richard Thompson, PharmD, MBA, Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy, One University Park Drive, Nashville, TN 37204; Phone: 615-966-7186; E-mail: [email protected]; Website: http://pharmacy.lipscomb.edu/; Fax: 615-966-7163.
Lipscomb University is an Equal Opportunity Employer