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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmacy Practice

The dynamic and growing Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy spreads across four campuses located in Amarillo, Abilene, Dallas/Fort Worth and Lubbock, Texas. The locations of each of our campuses provide distinctive lifestyles from the family friendly plains of Lubbock and Amarillo to the nightlife of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Our newest campus, Abilene rates #15 best place to live among small metro areas in Money Magazine. The Pharmacy Practice Team includes over 60 full-time faculty members and 25 residents who lead the way in pharmacy education, clinical practice and research.

The expansion of our campuses has created a need for new faculty members. The Department of Pharmacy Practice is recruiting candidates for the following positions:


Pediatrics
  • Two pediatrics non-tenure track faculty based on the Abilene campus. Pediatrics’ Division members practice in all areas of pediatric health care, including ambulatory care, general pediatrics, neonatal and pediatric intensive care. Currently, all members are clinical track, and thus spend the majority of their time in the clinician-educator role. Each member of the Pediatrics Division conducts scholarship in the area of pediatric pharmacotherapy. Division members have attained excellence in pediatric patient care and are recognized at the state and national level. The ideal candidate will have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree with a specialty residency in pediatrics or equivalent practice and teaching experience.  Licensure or eligibility to license in Texas is required. Apply on line at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/48952

Ambulatory Care
  • Two non-tenure track faculty within the Ambulatory Care Division based on our Abilene and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas campuses. Successful candidates will practice in an innovative ambulatory care clinical service and help in its development and management. The faculty member’s primary teaching responsibilities will include development and delivery of didactic, laboratory, problem-based, and experiential teaching within the School of Pharmacy curriculum. The School was the first in the country to require both an Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences in Ambulatory Care and maintain an excellent curriculum committed to ambulatory care clinical pharmacy. The ideal candidate will have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree with a specialty residency in Ambulatory Care or equivalent practice and teaching experience.  Licensure or eligibility to be licensed in the state of Texas is required. Apply online for Abilene position at https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/47907 or Dallas / Fort Worth position at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/58590

Cardiology / Ambulatory Care
  • One non-tenure track faculty within the Ambulatory Care Division based on our Abilene campus. The successful candidate will develop and manage a Heart Failure Management Service providing direct patient care activities via collaborative drug therapy management. The faculty member’s primary teaching responsibilities will include development and delivery of didactic, laboratory, problem-based, and experiential teaching within the School of Pharmacy curriculum. The School was the first in the country to require both an Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience in Ambulatory Care and maintains an excellent curriculum committed to ambulatory care and cardiology clinical pharmacy. The ideal candidate will have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree with a specialty residency in Ambulatory Care or equivalent practice and teaching experience.  Licensure or eligibility to be licensed in the state of Texas is required. Professional level will be determined based on experience and qualifications. Apply online at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/58659

Geriatrics
  • One non-tenured faculty within the Geriatrics Division based on our Abilene, Texas campus. The successful candidate will work with the Geriatrics Division Head, Regional Dean and Abilene faculty to develop geriatric practice sites within the Abilene and surrounding service areas. In addition, the faculty member’s primary teaching responsibilities will include development and delivery of didactic, laboratory, problem-based, and experiential teaching within the School of Pharmacy curriculum. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to work with pharmacy practice residents. The ideal candidate will have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree with a specialty residency in geriatrics or equivalent practice and teaching experience.  Licensure or eligibility to be licensed in the state of Texas is required. Apply online at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/54059

Practice Management
  • Two non-tenure track faculty within the Pharmacy Practice Management Division based on our Amarillo, Texas campus.  The faculty member’s primary responsibilities will include development and teaching in the Pharm.D. program, research and school service. The members of the Pharmacy Practice Management Division are primarily located on the Amarillo campus. New faculty has multiple opportunities for scholarly collaboration with division members practicing within the School’s Texas Department of Criminal Justice contract and within the Schools’ two operating pharmacies. The School of Pharmacy provides new faculty members with programs designed to help transition into the academic environment. The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D., Pharm.D./MBA, with an emphasis in pharmacy administration, management/business, public health, health services administration or related fields. Additional preference given to Texas registered pharmacy candidates. Apply online at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/58286

Correctional Healthcare Ambulatory Faculty
  • One non-tenure track faculty based on our Abilene, Texas campus and who is a member of the Pharmacy Practice Management Division. The faculty member’s primary responsibilities will include working in ambulatory care clinics within the Texas Department of Corrections. Ambulatory care clinics include diabetes, hypertension, lipid, anticoagulation and Asthma/COPD. Other responsibilities include formulary management, prison compliance audits and limited teaching within the Pharm.D. program. The growing School of Pharmacy spreads across four campuses located in Amarillo, Abilene, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Lubbock, Texas. The relationship between the Texas Department of Corrections and the School of Pharmacy is in its eighteenth year and three of the four corrections faculty have been with the School for eighteen years. The ideal candidate will have a Pharm.D. and a PGY 1 residency or equivalent practice and teaching experience. Licensure or eligibility for licensure to practice pharmacy in Texas is required. Apply online at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/56434

Clinical Translational Research
  • One full-time, tenure-track position in Clinical/Translational Research. Recent priorities identified by the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center include the furthering of clinical practice scholarship and in particular, clinical/translational science. This focus on clinical/translational science includes the growth in the postgraduate and graduate educational programs. The successful candidate will be a critical part of this emphasis, as well as, engaged in diverse teaching and research opportunities. The faculty candidate will join a group of clinical scholars with diverse interests and core affiliations: Two of these clinical scholars are distinguished graduates of the NIH Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. In addition, the cores are part of the Clinical Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics Center, (http://www.ttuhsc.edu/sop/research/internalgrants/CPET.aspx) a Center for Research Excellence, with a sustained record of external funding including UT Southwestern’s Clinical & Translational Science Award (CTSA), UT Southwestern’s NCI-designated Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). Preference is to applicants holding a doctorate in a related pharmaceutical science discipline and demonstrated experience in clinical/translational research. The candidate should also have strong leadership skills and demonstrated ability to integrate into a multi-disciplinary research environment. Apply online at: https://jobs.texastech.edu/postings/57663

To join our team and learn how TTUHSC School of Pharmacy can support your career, please contact: Dr. Eric MacLaughlin at eric.maclaughlin@ttuhsc.edu and apply online at https://jobs.texastech.edu.
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