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  Assistant Director For Experiential Education

This clinical faculty position provides a unique and exciting opportunity to contribute to the creation of a new and innovative pharmacy program and shape its practice-based education and clinical service initiatives within a vibrant health science campus. The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Pharmacy School will prepare the next generation of pharmacists to meet the growing healthcare needs of society. MCW’s PharmD graduates will have the knowledge and expertise to practice at the “top of their license” and contribute to patient-centered care within a team-based model ensuring optimal medication therapy outcomes in concert with other healthcare professionals. In serving the four missions of MCW, the Pharmacy School intends to become a destination program for health sciences education and practice, by engaging students, practitioners and researchers across the continuum of discovery to care, ensuring that graduates are practice-ready and team-ready.

 

Opportunity

 

Along with the Director of Experiential Education, the Assistant Director for Experiential Education is instrumental in developing and implementing the experiential curriculum, identifying preceptors and practice sites, determining the training needs of the preceptors, and maintaining the academic standards of the experiential education program and sites consistent with both ACPE and Wisconsin State Board of Pharmacy Internship requirements. The Assistant Director for Experiential Education is responsible for the development and coordination of introductory, interprofessional, and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, service learning experiences, and professional community outreach for the Office of Experiential Education.

 

Core responsibilities of these positions include:

 

  • In collaboration with the Director of Experiential Education, provides leadership, direction and oversight for focused experiential program administration and management in Primary Care and Community.  This includes creating, directing, and assessing experiential coursework; developing experiential practice sites and preceptors; and creating and maintaining experiential education administrative policies and procedures, including rotation assignment and quality control.
  • Teach in Pharmacy School courses as appropriate for expertise.
  • Provide student advising (academic and career).
  • Maintain a limited engagement in clinical practice with an approved affiliated site.
  • Engage in scholarship in areas of interest and expertise.

 

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Assistant Director for Experiential Education

  Associate Dean, Associate Professor, Professional Practice Advancement

Opportunity

The School of Pharmacy at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) invites applications and nominations for the position of Director/Assistant/Associate Dean, Professional Practice Advancement. The vision of the MCW School of Pharmacy is to engage learners, practitioners, and researchers to transform health care through the continuum of discovery and the advancement of innovative pharmacy practice and patient care models. MCW's PharmD graduates will have the knowledge and expertise to practice at the "top of their license" and contribute to patient-centered care within a team-based model ensuring optimal medication therapy outcomes in concert with other healthcare professionals.

 

MCW's PharmD graduates will be: vital members of the healthcare team to improve patient outcomes; key providers in chronic disease management; strategists in helping to ensure medication adherence through monitoring and point-of-care technologies; partners with patients to help ensure health and wellness across their lifespan; and providers in achieving the Triple Aim - better care, better health, lower cost. The School of Pharmacy intends to become a destination program for health sciences education and practice, by engaging students, practitioners and researchers across the continuum of discovery to care, ensuring that graduates are "practice ready" and "team ready."

 

Reporting to the Dean, this person is responsible for sharping practice-based education, clinical service initiatives, and post-graduate training programs at the School. The individual in this position:

  • secures partnerships that support the emergence of new practice models including primary care pharmacy practice and other areas
  • identifies practice site for clinical faculty that support medication therapy management; point-of-care testing; pharmacogenomics/precision medicine; and other contemporary and innovative clinical services
  • establishes practice plans and partnership models for revenue sharing as related to clinical faculty professional services
  • identifies and develops opportunities for post-graduate pharmacy training associated with the School of Pharmacy

 

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Associate Dean, Associate Professor, Professional Practice Advancement

  Education Program Coordinator III - School of Pharmacy

Position Description:

Work independently with direction from the Director of Student Affairs to complete project tasks related to various projects. Effectively manage schedules and priorities, maintain strong stakeholder relationships, deliver high-quality solutions, and provide direction to stakeholder groups and project team members. This is a multi-faceted position that will focus on several specific areas of the overall project.  Specific project focuses include:

  • Manage early assurance programs
  • Student recruitment, admissions and support
  • Develop diversity recruitment initiatives
  • Provide current student support services
  • Collaborate with MCW personnel to support student services and recruitment

Primary Functions

  1. Provide input on overall recruitment and enrollment initiatives.
  2. Coordinate all aspects of pipeline recruitment. 
  3. Develop recruitment plans consistent with the goals of the School of Pharmacy Strategic Plan. 
  4. Schedule and attend designated recruitment events and fairs. 
  5. Cultivate relationships with prospects and applicants through consistent in-person, email, social medica, and telephone contact in order to recruit prospective students and assist applicants thoughout the admission process. 
  6. Act as a liasion between the Director of Student Affairs, faculty leaders and the project stakeholders. 
  7. Assist and support current student support services, activities and events. 
  8. Identify and secure appropriate resources to provide assigned deliverables. Assist in scheduling people and material resources. 
  9. Manage project schedule, work plans assigning and managing project tasks. 
  10. Determine availability, schedule meetings and prepare and set agendas and meeting preparation materials. Take meeting minutes, facilitate meetins and track action items and manage action items to completion. 
  11. Provide updates for project status reports. Collect, analyze and disseminate project data. 
  12. Act as a liasion with stakeholders and internal external partners. 
  13. Research and assure compliance with regulator and institutional policies and committees. 
  14. Develop, implement and maintain comprehensive databases and files related to the project. 
  15. Collect, collate and assess data related to student affairs. 

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Education Program Coordinator III - School of Pharmacy