Free open Job in North, South & Central America Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice at University of the West Indies
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES ST. AUGUSTINE, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, WEST INDIES
FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
LECTURER IN PHARMACY PRACTICE
Qualifications and Experience
The successful candidate must possess a PhD, which should be in Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences or a closely related field.
Candidates should also possess:
- Ideally at least three (3) years teaching experience
- Publications in high-impact peer-reviewed journals
- Demonstrated understanding of academic pharmacy
Candidates with the following would have an advantage:
- MPharm, MPhil or MSc in Clinical Pharmacy
- ASHP accreditation: Residency [Postgraduate Year 1 and/or Postgraduate Year 2] or Fellowship which includes Licensure with the Pharmacy Board of respective country
- Post-Doctoral experience
- Experience in MPhil/PhD student supervision
- Experience with course management, lecture delivery and related software
- Experience in conducting examination and other assessments
- Publications in books, posters and conference papers
- Research interest in clinical aspects of Pharmacy, experiential education and ACPE accreditation standards related to curriculum and experiential education
- Prior experience in teaching and supervising students in diverse areas related to Clinical Pharmacy Practice.
The following would be considered assets:
- Registration or ability to register with the Pharmacy Board of Trinidad and Tobago
- Registration with the Board of Pharmacy Specialities
- Prior experience as a faculty member at a school or college of Pharmacy at a recognized university
- Extramural or intramural research grants.
The School places high priority on individuals of integrity who can work well in a team and student friendly environment. Candidates should also possess good communication and interpersonal skills. A good command of both oral and written English is essential. Candidates should also:
- Have a vision for the future of pharmacy education as a global enterprise
- Be able to integrate theory and practice
- Be committed to developing the Department’s outreach programme
- Be able to work with regional partners on applied research and development projects
- Develop students’ appreciation and passion for the study of Pharmacy Practice
- Be able to interact and work well with staff, students and industry stakeholders.
The full advertisement and further details of the post may be obtained here.
Applications received after the deadline date will not be considered.
Deadline for receipt of applications: 2021 September 12