Description: The Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy is seeking applications for a faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The College values individuals committed to high quality teaching, innovative scholarship, intellectual vibrancy, and collegiality. Preference will be given to applicants whose research interests align with those of the university.
Essential functions: Teaching in the professional pharmacy program (PharmD); engagement in research and scholarly activities appropriate to the discipline and rank; service to the department, college, and university.
Qualifications: An earned PhD or completion of a PhD prior to beginning the position in pharmaceutical sciences, with preference in the area of Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Compounding, or Biopharmaceutics; a record of and/or potential for excellence in teaching, service, and scholarly activity in these areas. A background in pharmacy and/or pharmacy education is preferred.
Rank and salary: The salary is nationally competitive by AACP standards commensurate with rank and track at a public institution. Initial appointment of rank will depend on the experience, qualifications and goals of the applicant. A startup package is available.
The College: The College of Pharmacy is part of the Academic Health Science Center of ETSU, which also includes the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, and Clinical & Rehabilitative Health Sciences. The College of Pharmacy offers the PharmD degree and participates in the PhD program in Biomedical Sciences, which is housed in the College of Medicine.
Application Information: Review of applications will begin immediately. Apply at https://jobs.etsu.edu AA/EOE
Questions concerning the position can be directed to: Dr. Stacy Brown, Search Committee Chair, ETSU College of Pharmacy, Email: email@example.com
UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY
East Tennessee State University is a regional state-supported institution serving approximately 14,000 students yearly and is located in a beautiful, prosperous, Southern Appalachian Mountain community. The northeast corner of Tennessee, which surrounds Johnson City (population 66,000) is metropolitan in population (a million people within a seventy-five mile radius) but provides a friendly, small town atmosphere. The area abounds in scenic beauty and in places of historical interest.