Full time, non-tenure track, clinical assistant or clinical associate professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice. The position requires teaching and service to the Department/College, the profession, and public. Scholarly activity is required; publication and presentation activity is expected. The faculty member must be able to establish and operate a successful clinical practice in ambulatory care in a family medicine clinical practice setting in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The position provides opportunities for an individual with a strong commitment to an academic career emphasizing innovative educational, clinical service and scholarly activities. The academic responsibilities include clinical education to students, residents, staff, patients and patient caregivers, didactic teaching in the integrated pharmacotherapy courses, facilitating rounds and recitation, committee service, student applicant interviews, student advising, and engaging in scholarly activities.
The successful candidate must be eligible for Texas pharmacist’s license, have a Pharm.D. degree from an accredited Pharmacy program in the US, with minimum PGY-2 residency preferred or equivalent clinical experience.
About Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy
Vision: Be a leader in pharmacy education, research, scholarship and outreach.
Mission: The mission of the Rangel College of Pharmacy is to provide a comprehensive pharmacy education in a stimulating, learning-intensive, student-centered environment to prepare a diverse student body for the practice of pharmacy as competent, caring, ethical professionals dedicated to the provision of optimal pharmaceutical care through a balanced program of education, research and service.
As a state supported institution, the college has an obligation to enhance the quality of life of its constituents by utilizing its experts to expand the knowledge of pharmacy and pharmacotherapy. The college values excellence in teaching, research and scholarship, drug therapy management, and public service.