Faculty, Pharmacy Practice (Non-tenure)


The Department of Pharmacy Practice at ACPHS invites applications from qualified candidates to join the College for a non-tenure track appointment. Consideration of rank will be commensurate with experience.

The faculty member will develop a patient-centered, team based, clinical pharmacy practice site. This position will be based in ambulatory medicine with the Albany Medical Center’s Internal Medicine Group (IMG), a faculty practice affiliate of the Albany Medical College. There are 10 total faculty physicians and two advance practice practitioners (physician assistants, we are in the process of hiring another). Two of the physicians are board-certified Geriatricians and one has a home care practice that serves 11 counties. One of our physicians is board-certified in Obesity Medicine. The practice serves as the outpatient training site for half of the Internal Medicine Categorical residents (23 residents, PGY1-3), Geriatrics Fellows, Medical and Physician Assistant students. Residents engage in a weekly academic half day (“team based learning” ) onsite and this has been a great opportunity to engage interprofessional education. Medical students in all four years of training will rotate at IMG starting in 2023. IMG is an NCQA certified medical home and participates in Primary Care First. The practice also has a psychologist and cardiologist who are scheduled patient visits weekly at the site. IMG is a mature but growing practice, last year we saw 15614 follow ups and 1883 new patients. The practice accepts a wide range of insurance policies including Fidelis, NY State managed care. As part of medical home, the practice has an active case management program based on the Mattice risk method. There is a wide payor mix, including NY state Medicaid and multiple commercial insurers. Prior authorizations at the practice are managed by nursing and administrative support staff.


Responsibilities include:
• Develops and maintains a clinical practice site
• Develops clinical disease management protocols and assess relevant outcome metrics for continuous quality improvement and scholarship.
• Liaises between the provider staff and the pharmacy manager.
• Develops APPE rotation objectives that meet ACPE 2016 standards.
• Participates in APPE rotations as assigned.
• Participates in didactic teaching as assigned.
• Attends/participates in monthly Department of Pharmacy Practice department meetings and other committee meetings as per assigned service.
• Advises pharmacy students as assigned.
• Performs teaching responsibilities as assigned by Pharmacy Practice Department Chair.
• Engages in scholarly activity relevant to their practice and teaching assignments.

The faculty member will actively participate in the teaching mission of the College; provide appropriate service to the College and the profession of pharmacy; and engage in scholarship relevant to the innovations they develop in pharmacy practice or teaching and learning. The faculty member will work collaboratively with the providers and participate in experiential as well as didactic large and small-group teaching and learning.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Knowledge of teaching and learning pedagogy and student success initiatives.
• Knowledge of academic programming related to pharmacy education.
• Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives, and exercise independent judgment.
• Ability to communicate and present information effectively to internal and external audiences.

Required Qualifications
• Pharm.D. degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
• PGY1 residency experience,
• Eligibility for licensure in NYS.

Preferred Qualifications
PGY2 in area of specialty clinical practice


Physical Demands
Position requires that a substantial amount of work is completed sitting at a computer or laptop. The employee regularly communicates with other personnel via telephone, in person and e-mail. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

For more information or to apply, visit Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Applicant Portal | Faculty, Pharmacy Practice (Non-tenure) (acphs.edu)

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