Senior Associate Dean for Professional Programs (PharmD)
Temple University School of Pharmacy
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Type: Full Time
The Temple University School of Pharmacy invites applications for a Senior Associate Dean for Professional Programs to serve as the chief academic officer for the professional Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program and to assist the Dean of the School of Pharmacy in ensuring the PharmD Program is of the highest caliber.
Provide strategic leadership for the PharmD program
Ensure strategic alignment of educational efforts in the school
Develop strategic partnerships with other schools and colleges within Temple University
Collaborate with regional associate deans on PharmD education opportunities
Serve as the PharmD program ambassador with professional organizations
Access the long form job description at https://pharmacy.temple.edu/about/positions-available.
An earned doctorate (PharmD, PhD, or equivalent)
Eligibility for rank at the associate or full professor level
Demonstrated record of educational development, leadership, and innovation
Experience working with ACPE and in accreditation
Administrative and leadership experience in a higher education environment
Experience in coordination and supervision of work groups and staff
Temple University School of Pharmacy provides opportunities to earn degrees in pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, and regulatory affairs and quality assurance and lead innovations in pharmacy practice and science.
Faculty members have access to clinical and research facilities that meet or exceed commercial standards. University-level infrastructure and abundant technologies assist faculty in developing active learning pedagogies. The School's culture encourages individual growth. Faculty members can dedicate their time and efforts in areas where they will be most productive.
Located in Philadelphia, the School is among the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry hubs of the Northeastern U.S. The School's home on the Temple University Health Sciences Center campus is a nucleus of healthcare education, research,and delivery. Faculty members are continuously engaged in collaborative research relationships with colleagues in the Lewis Katz School of Medicine, the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry, and Temple Health. Our innovations disrupt the course of disease and forge new approaches to research.
The Doctor of Pharmacy program supports a total of five PGY1 and PGY2 r...esidencies, and clinical faculty are involved in mentoring and precepting PGY1 residents within the Temple University Health System.
Temple University is an Equal Opportunity employer and complies with applicable EEO and Affirmative Action regulations.