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UIC College of Pharmacy

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Job title: Assistant/Associate Professor-Tenure Track
Job location: Rockford, IL 61107 United States
Requisition code:
Date posted: 11/07/10
Job type: Full-Time
Compensation:

Job Classification


Job Category:Academic – Professor – Assistant/Associate/Full

Job Description


Job description:
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION
UIC COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the expansion of its PharmD Educational and Research Programs to the University of Illinois at Rockford campus. The inaugural class begins fall semester, August 2010. The Department of Pharmacy Administration seeks nominations and applications for a full-time, nine-month, tenure track faculty position at the rank of assistant or associate professor at the Rockford campus. This faculty appointment will commence in the summer or fall of 2011.

Preference will be given to candidates with an earned doctorate in one of the following areas: social and administrative pharmacy, public health, rural health, rural work force issues, health disparities among underserved populations, pharmacy or medicine (with fellowship training), or a suitably related field. Applicants should evince strong statistical and methodological skills, as well as a collaborative research orientation. Qualified applicants with a strong background and expertise in pharmacoepidemiology, medication use outcomes, rural health and workforce issues, and/or the underserved are strongly encouraged to apply. The Rockford campus also affords a unique opportunity to work collaboratively with the University of Illinois College of Medicine's National Center for Rural Health Professions. The successful candidate will be expected to establish and maintain an active, extramurally funded research program and participate in teaching in the professional education program of the college and graduate program of the department.

Founded in 1859, our college is the fifth oldest college of pharmacy in the United States and the oldest entity within the University of Illinois system. Our PharmD and research programs are ranked within the top 10 colleges of pharmacy in the country. In our continuing efforts to serve the professional, education and research needs of the expanding student population across the state, course work will be provided through both on-site and distance education classes at the University of Illinois Rockford campus.

We seek a unique individual with an entrepreneurial/pioneering spirit who wishes to join the growing research community and collaborate with scientists in the biomedical sciences at the Rockford campus in this exciting new venture. In addition to the social and administrative sciences, the College of Pharmacy has complementary strengths in biopharmaceutics, pharmacology, medicinal and natural products chemistry, proteomics, drug discovery, and clinical pharmacy, with emphasis on cancer, cancer prevention, neurological and infectious diseases.

Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Application packets must include a cover letter stating interest in the position, a description of proposed research activities, and a current CV listing contact information for three professional references. Submit nominations and complete applications via email to: PHARMHR@uic.edu or via mail or fax to Nicholas G. Popovich, Ph.D., Head, Department of Pharmacy Administration (MC 871), College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago, 833 South Wood Street, Room 241, Chicago, IL 60612-7231; telephone 1-312-996-0877; fax 1-312-996-0868;

Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an AA/EOE

Job Requirements


Education, training, experience:
Earned doctorate in one of the following areas: social and administrative pharmacy, public health, rural health, rural work force issues, health disparities among underserved populations, pharmacy or medicine (with fellowship training), or a suitably related field. Applicants should evince strong statistical and methodological skills, as well as a collaborative research orientation. Qualified applicants with a strong background and expertise in pharmacoepidemiology, medication use outcomes, rural health and workforce issues, and/or the underserved are strongly encouraged to apply.
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