The School of Pharmacy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM-SOP) Georgia, is accepting applications and nominations for the position of Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice. The Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice provides leadership in and supervision of the development, achievement, and evaluation of all aspects of the faculty teaching, scholarship, service, and continuous professional development. He/she is also responsible for managing a departmental budget, faculty recruitment and retention, and the coordination of faculty development activities in collaboration with the School of Pharmacy Faculty Development Committee. The Chair participates in teaching the didactic curriculum, and fosters departmental clinical and translational research contributions in cooperation with internal and external partners.
We seek a highly innovative and collaborative leader with a strong commitment to academic excellence. This individual will be a visionary in advancing pharmacy practice to align with and further define institutional, regional, and national priorities. The Chair is the administrative leader of the department, holding a prominent role within the institution and in the success of students and faculty within PCOM-SOP. The preferred candidate will have the ability to enhance the national reputation of the school through demonstrated productivity in clinical research and/or the identification and implementation of best practices in professional education. The Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice reports directly to the Dean, and serves on the PCOM-SOP Executive Committee in support of the overall strategic direction.
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About PCOM School of Pharmacy
PCOM School of Pharmacy is a top 50 US News and World Report ranked private school of pharmacy and is one of four pharmacy schools in the state of Georgia. PCOM Georgia campus is approximately 15 minutes north of Atlanta in the suburban city of Suwanee, GA, and offers degrees in physical therapy, physician assistant studies, biomedical sciences, osteopathic medicine, in addition to the doctor of pharmacy degree. PCOM School of Pharmacy offers a residency program, simulation center, campus-based interprofessonal activities, and specialized program concentrations for students. Accomplished faculty members seeking leadership opportunities in pharmacy education are encouraged to apply.
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