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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professors of Mathematics (6240)

DEPARTMENT

School of Sciences

The Mathematics Program within the School of Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Mathematics, to begin in August 2018. We offer a bachelor’s degree in mathematics with concentrations in mathematics, mathematics education and actuarial science.  

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Candidates will be expected to be able to teach courses in their specialty area along with a wide variety of all levels of undergraduate mathematics courses. Candidates must be passionate about teaching undergraduates, as well as, pursuing scholarly endeavors, engaging undergraduates in research, and actively participating in recruitment for the Mathematics Degree program.

QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates should have a doctoral degree in mathematics. ABD candidates in late stages of dissertation will also be considered. Qualifications include having:

        backgrounds

TO APPLY:

Applicants should send an application letter highlighting their qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, separate teaching and research statements (both limited to one page), and the names and contact information for three professional references.  Application materials should be submitted electronically to:

LaQuita Danna

danna@ulm.edu

Human Resource Analyst 

University of Louisiana at Monroe

SALARY

Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  

Requests for information on job specifics should be directed to:      

Dr. Faisal Kaleem

Search Committee Chair

318-342-1924

kaleem@ulm.edu  

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  This position is contingent upon funding. 

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Instructor of Mathematics (6241)

DEPARTMENT

School of Sciences

The Mathematics Program within the School of Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) invites applications for an instructor position in Mathematics to begin in August 2018.  We offer a bachelor’s degree in mathematics with concentrations in pure mathematics, mathematics education, and actuarial science. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The teaching load will be 15 hours during each of the fall and spring semesters. 

Candidates must be passionate about teaching undergraduates and are expected to actively participate in recruitment for the Mathematics degree program.

QUALIFICATIONS

 Candidates should have a master’s degree with at least 18 hours of graduate work in mathematics courses.  Qualifications include:

        backgrounds

TO APPLY:

Applicants should send an application letter highlighting their qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, separate teaching and research statements (both limited to one page), and the names and contact information for three professional references.  Application materials should be submitted electronically to:

  LaQuita Danna (danna@ulm.edu) Human Resource Analyst C

   University of Louisiana at Monroe

SALARY

Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Requests for information on job specifics should be directed to:      

Dr. Faisal Kaleem

Search Committee Chair

318-342-1924

kaleem@ulm.edu 

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. This position is contingent upon funding. 

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Director, School of Management
Associate Professor/Professor

JOB SUMMARY

This position is for a twelve-month, tenure track appointment with the primary responsibility of leading a School with growing programs in Ag Business, Aviation, Business Administration, Management, Marketing, and Risk Management and Insurance.  The School Director provides leadership for the effective and efficient operations of the School and serves as part of the leadership team for the College of Business and Social Sciences.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Program-related Responsibilities

 

Class-related Responsibilities

 

Student-related Responsibilities

  

Faculty/Staff-related Responsibilities

 

Professional Development and Teaching Responsibilities

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Earned PhD in discipline from within the School of Management; significant experience in teaching and research; strong communication skills and ability to make decisions independently and the ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of individuals. 

The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include:

 

APPLICATIONS

Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed.  The application process will close on November 15, 2017.  Interested candidates should send a letter of application, current vita, and contact information for three references (names, telephone numbers, and email addresses) to:

LaQuita Danna

Human Resources

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

700 University Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71209
Phone: 318.342.5140

Email: danna@ulm.edu

 

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


 

 

Position Announcement: Assistant/Associate Professor of Health Studies (6232)

Job Summary

The University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) School of Health Professions in the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences (COHPS) invites applications for a nine-month tenure track assistant/associate professor in the Health Studies Program. The successful candidate will join a dedicated faculty and team working to help students succeed in their studies and healthcare careers. The position is available Spring 2018 or until filled.

Duties and Responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Required Qualifications:

Preferred Qualifications:

Working conditions

N/A

Physical requirements

N/A

Direct reports

Program Director

Applications:

Please submit resume electronically:

LaQuita Danna

Human Resource Analyst C

danna@ulm.edu

University of Louisiana is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer


 

Position Announcement  

Assistant/Associate, Clinical Assistant /Clinical Associate or Full Professor (tenure track) (6221)

in Pharmacy Practice

Department of Clinical Sciences

RESPONSIBILITIES

The position of Tenure-track Assistant/Associate or Full Professor in Pharmacy Practice has a multitude of responsibilities that are divided in the areas of teaching, service and scholarship.  Tenure-track faculty are expected to develop a substantial program of scholarship that can withstand review from faculty at peer institutions.  The Department describes scholarship in a broad sense, and expects that tenure track faculty will spend a significant amount of time pursuing and participating in scholarly activities. 

Teaching (30-50%)

Teaching is a primary responsibility for tenure track Pharmacy Practice faculty.  Faculty are expected to provide 20-40 didactic lectures as well as teach six to eight months/year in the Advanced Practice Experience Program.  Didactic lectures may be taught on campus or through distance learning technology.  Teaching responsibilities are at the discretion of the Department Head.  Specific responsibilities may include.

  1. Coordination or Co-coordination of (a) team taught course(s). 
  2. Provision of lectures in team taught courses.  This responsibility includes providing appropriate exam questions covering the material taught in a timely manner.
  3. When appropriate, provision of a single instructor course (Serving as coordinator and lecturer)
  4. Precepting students in the Advanced Practice Experience Program.  Precepting responsibilities include not only direct supervision of students in patient care encounters, but also appropriately conveying expectations at the beginning of the experience, individualized teaching, and providing formative feedback at the midpoint of the experience and summative feedback at the end of the experience.

Service (20-40%):

Service is the second area of primary responsibility for non-tenure track Pharmacy Practice faculty.  The provision of professional services through contractual agreements with affiliated institutions may be a contributing factor in the relative weights of teaching and research assignments and annual evaluation of progress in these areas.  Specific responsibilities may be delineated in a service contract; however, in general, responsibilities include:

  1. Provision of pharmaceutical care for a defined population of patients
  2. Documentation of the service, including the financial impact of the service on the affiliated institution and/or the patient population.
  3. When appropriate, seeking patient or third party reimbursement for services.
  4. Serving as a member, secretary or other officer on committees at the affiliated institution with the approval of the Department Head.
  5. Serving as a member, secretary or chair of a Departmental, School, College or University committee.
  6. Participation in graduation ceremonies when assigned.
  7. Participation in Local, State and National Professional Organizations.
  8. Provision of Community service.

Scholarships ( 20-50%)

The Department relies upon tenure-track faculty to support the Department with extramural funding and create national and international recognition for scholarship at the institution.  Department does expect that individual faculty will pursue the discovery, integration, and application of knowledge as well as try innovative teaching techniques in the classroom.  It is also expected that tenure-track faculty will aggressively pursue extramural funding for scholarly activities as well as publish in peer reviewed journals.  Examples of desired Scholarly activities include

  1. Invited research symposia at State, Regional, National or International meetings
  2. Poster presentations at State, Regional, National or International meetings
  3. Podium Presentations at State, Regional, National or International meetings
  4. Peer-reviewed publication of
    1. Book reviews
    2. Letters to the editor
    3. Case-report or case-series publications
    4. Review or systematic review articles
    5. Original research articles
    6. Book Chapters
    7. Books
  5. Serving as a manuscript or book reviewer for peer reviewed publication
  6. Pursuing and/or obtaining extramural funding for scholarly activities.
  7. Development of computer related programming for educational or research purposes.  These items should be peer reviewable.
  8. Peer reviewable documentation demonstrating the quality and usefulness of novel Pharmaceutical Care Services or the application of new or novel models to your patient population.

Promotion and Tenure

The awarding of tenure and the promotion from Assistant to Associate and /or Associate to Professor will occur according to the guidelines set-forth in the Department and University’s guidelines; however, for tenure track faculty, the greatest emphasis will be placed in the areas of teaching and scholarly activities.

Work Assignments

The relative weight of each individual’s expected contributions to teaching, service and scholarship will be determined based on the skills of the individual, external funding obtained, available university resources, and the needs of the University at any point in time.

QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates should have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited college/school of pharmacy (or equivalent) with residency and/or fellowship training. Those with equivalent experience in the area of practice will also be considered.  Eligibility for Louisiana state pharmacy licensure is required.  Board certification in a pharmacy care specialty is strongly desired.  Candidates should exhibit effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and dedication to student-centered education and lifelong learning.                                                                                                                                           

APPLICATIONS

Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed.  Interested individuals should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three (3) letters of recommendation (along with names, telephone numbers and email addresses of the three references) to the address below.  Electronic submissions of all materials are encouraged.   

LaQuita Danna

Human Resource Analyst C

University of Louisiana at Monroe

danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Department Head of Clinical Sciences

The University of Louisiana at Monroe, a comprehensive, state-funded institution of higher education, seeks an outstanding administrator and exceptional pharmacy scholar and educator to serve as the Department Head of Clinical Sciences. This administrator reports directly to the Dean of the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences, who is also the Dean of the School of Pharmacy, and works closely with the Associate Deans for Academic Affairs and Assessment.

Complete information is available in the Search Profile at http://myersmcrae.com/skins/userfiles/files/ULM-DH.pdf.

The School of Pharmacy - The only state supported pharmacy program in Louisiana, ULM School of Pharmacy is dedicated to its mission “to educate future health care professionals to meet the diverse pharmaceutical care needs of the people of Louisiana and to serve the professions of pharmacy and toxicology through a balanced program of education, research, service, and patient care.” The school instills in its students its core values of responsibility, innovation, collaboration, quality, and professionalism.

The primary focus of the ULM School of Pharmacy is to educate entry-level pharmacy practitioners to deliver pharmacy care in a dynamic, culturally diverse society thus enabling graduates to enter a wide range of existing or emerging health care practices. The ULM School of Pharmacy is organized into three Departments: the Department of Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Department of Clinical Sciences, and the Department of Toxicology.

Academic degree programs include the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.), the Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy, the Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science, and the Bachelor of Science in Toxicology. ULM is home to one of only seven undergraduate toxicology programs in the nation.

The 132,000-square-foot Pharmacy School facility is located on 23 acres, approximately 1.5 miles west of the main ULM campus in Monroe. The three-story building has classrooms equipped for distance learning, a computer lab, a student resource area, and a state-of-the-art pharmacy care laboratory. The laboratory includes patient counseling rooms, a mock pharmacy, a simulated hospital room with computerized simulated patients, and a mock IV room that simulates USP 797, and computerized educational stations for compounding, dispensing, and other exercises associated with the pharmacy care process.

The School also has facilities at satellite campuses in Shreveport (90 miles west) and Baton Rouge (180 miles south).  This three-campus system is aligned to ULM’s clinical faculty placement with health centers in those cities.

In addition to preparing quality pharmacists for the state of Louisiana and surrounding regions, our faculty are dedicated scholars who make valuable contributions to the world’s medical and scientific knowledge base through the School’s extensive research programs.  Faculty work collaboratively with other researchers not only in Louisiana, but across the world to build and sustain research programs focusing on drug development and delivery, patient outcomes, pharmacy practice and toxicology that provide the foundations for new therapies and improve patient care.

The Position - As the administrative officer responsible for comprehensive programmatic delivery for the Department of Clinical Sciences, the Department Head oversees the development of the faculty in the department, including recruiting, selecting, and evaluating faculty. The Department of Clinical Science consists of faculty that teach extensively in the classroom, practice in the clinical setting, conduct research, and provide pharmacy practice experiences to student pharmacists.

The Department Chair also:

Qualifications - Candidate must have an earned professional pharmacy degree, with a Pharm.D. preferred, or a terminal degree if the professional degree is not a Pharm.D., and a minimum of seven years of relevant experience in pharmacy education. Documented accomplishments in teaching, research, and service at a significant level to be appointed at the rank of associate professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences of the School of Pharmacy is required.

Other qualifications include:

University of Louisiana at Monroe has an enrollment of nearly 9,000 students. Defined by faculty excellence in teaching and research, ULM has a 238-acre campus located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000.

With a faculty that focuses on students, the university offers 85 degree programs across three colleges - Arts, Education, and Sciences; Business and Social Sciences; and Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences - and the Graduate School. Degrees range from associate to doctorate.

Embracing new technology, the institution provides an integrated, interactive learning environment that reflects a student’s future workplace. The university is home to the state’s public pharmacy program and toxicology center and offers many health-related degrees to prepare students for exciting and rewarding careers. ULM’s graduates consistently do well on national licensing exams. Several programs within the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences have a consistent 100 percent pass rate on licensure examinations. These programs include Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Radiologic Technology, and Medical Laboratory Science. Additionally, in 2016, ULM was the top school in Louisiana in the passage of the CPA exam.

Classroom instruction is only one part of life at ULM. The warm, friendly environment found on campus helps its students to feel a strong sense of community. More than 120 student organizations on campus allow students to make friends while developing leadership skills and serving the community. In addition to campus organizations, many students are also active volunteers, who donate time and talents to service and civic organizations, and many other worthwhile causes.

ULM is a leader in the state in research, economic development, and partnerships with the community. The campus is a vibrant place where scientists conduct cutting-edge research, where business leaders meet to create innovative strategies, and where students are prepared for demanding careers in both traditional and emerging fields and professions.

Monroe, Louisiana, is an economic, educational, and medical hub for Northeast Louisiana. The birth place of Delta Air Lines, the Monroe metropolitan area has public-private partnerships and cooperation at the local, regional, state, and federal levels that are resulting in significant job growth. Providing a high quality of life for its citizens, the city offers a wide variety of restaurants, unique shops, neighborhoods, parks, and community centers.

Application and Nomination Process - Confidential inquiries are welcomed and nominations are invited.

To apply - Application must include: 1) A letter of interest; 2) A current vitae; 3) At least five references with full contact information, including e-mail addresses (References will not be contacted without consent from applicants.)

Submit application to ULM-DH@myersmcrae.com           

For best consideration, submit materials by October 13, 2017. The search remains open until the position is filled.

Nominations should include contact information, with e-mail address, for the nominee and be submitted to ULM-DH-nominate@myersmcrae.com

Emily Parker Myers, Chief Executive Officer, and Kenny Daugherty, President, of Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting are assisting ULM with this search.

The University of Louisiana at Monroe does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, retirement status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship, Vietnam era or veteran status, sickle cell trait; pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities as required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; the Equal Pay Act of 1963; Executive Order 11246 of 1965; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967; the Rehabilitation Action of 1973; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act of 2008; the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974; the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008; and the Louisiana Employment Discrimination Law.

Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting

515 Mulberry Street, Suite 200, Macon, Georgia 31201

(478) 330-6222 | www.myersmcrae.com


  

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Instructor of Risk Management and Insurance

The College of Business and Social Sciences seeks a qualified individual to fill a position as an Instructor of Risk Management and Insurance beginning with the spring semester of 2018. The campus is located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000. ULM’s business programs are AACSB accredited at the undergraduate, accounting, and MBA levels, and is a leading business educator in the region.

RESPONSIBILITIES
The College of Business and Social Sciences promotes a balance between teaching and intellectual contributions, combined with professional service to the university, discipline, and community. The normal teaching load will be 12 undergraduate credit hours per semester.  This position will entail teaching a variety of risk management courses.  . 

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum qualifications include: 

1.         A master’s degree in Business, Risk Management and Insurance, or a J.D. 

2.         Professional experience (at least 3 to 5 years) relevant to the area of Risk Management and Insurance.

The ideal candidate will also have: (1) Excellent teaching skills; (2) Evidence of the ability to perform quality applied, basic, or instructional research; (3) An established or planned research agenda; (4) Good interpersonal skills; (5) Effective written and oral communication skills, Experience working with college students and (6) The ability to function collegially as a member of the faculty. 

APPLICATIONS
Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a current vita, and contact information for three references by October 20, 2017 (electronic submission acceptable) to:

LaQuita Danna

Human Resources

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

700 University Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71209
Phone: 318.342.5140

Email: danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


  

Position: Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Professional Affairs (6209)

Reports To: Associate Dean, Academic Affairs        

Job Summary:   As the administrator with primary responsibility for academic advising, student professional development, and support of the admissions process, the Director is responsible to the Associate Dean to:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  includes the following, with other duties that may be assigned by the Associate Dean or the Dean:

  1. Support the Admissions Committee in the admissions process.
  2. Ensure that information requests from potential applicants are answered promptly.
  1. Oversee data collection and storage for all applicants by Program Assessment Anal
  2.  i. Download data from PharmCAS.
       ii. Maintain PharmCAS® data.

  iii.      Store data in compliance with student record policies.

  iv.      Coordinate data integrity.

  1. Ensure completeness of applications before forwarding them to the admissions committee.
  2. Verify applicants meet all minimum standards prior to forwarding them to the admissions committee.
  3. Present applicant information to the Admissions Committee in a timely and organized fashion.
  4. Arrange and coordinate the interview schedule and communicate schedule to applicants.
  5. Notify students of acceptance and denial.
  6. Maintain a “wait list” for students not initially admitted into the program.
  7. Maintain confidentiality of student records.
  8. Maintain integrity of the process.
  9. Maintain appropriate documentation to meet ACPE accreditation requirements.
  10. Update admissions website annually to align with policy changes and maintain ACPE compliance.
  11. Refine and maintain a student record policy that addresses needs in the area of applicants, Doctor of Pharmacy Candidates and graduates.
  12. Maintain admission records on all applicants through the admissions process.
  13. Maintain enrollment, grades, and official student files for all professional students and graduates.
  14. Maintain student record confidentiality.
  15. Ensure students admitted into the program have completed appropriate pre-pharmacy coursework
  16.                                        i.      Act independently to accept coursework for substitution if it has been previously accepted for transfer credit. 
  17.                                      ii.      For courses that have not been previously substituted, evaluate the course for substitution and make a recommendation to the School of Pharmacy Curriculum Committee as to whether or not the substitution should be allowed.
  18. Introduce evidence-based study strategies in boot camp and offer additional counseling and support to students throughout the program.
  19. Identify students struggling in multiple classes by ExamSoft reporting functions; meet with these students one-on-one throughout the semester to provide various means of academic support.
  20. Assist these students in development of personal action plans to improve academic performance.
  21. Develop and maintain a record-keeping system to document these encounters.
  1. Oversee the maintenance of student records
  1. Administer and refine an early intervention program from academically at-risk students.
  1. Provide academic advising for modified progression students.
  2. With the assistance of Informational Technology Personnel, develop and maintain a web page to serve as a resource for career and professional development information for students.
  3. With the assistance of Informational Technology Personnel, ensure appropriate student forms are available on the School of Pharmacy website.
  4. Provide up-to-date and relevant material concerning admissions and student services for the School’s website.
  5. In association with the Coordinator of Experiential Education and Director of Student Affairs, verify students going on practice experiences have appropriate academic credentials, documentation of immunizations, current intern licenses, and appropriate background checks.
  6. Assist the Director of Student Affairs with administration of professional development programs.
  7. Maintain academic records related to remediation and progression in conjunction with the Associate Dean of Assessment.
    1. Update the Progression and Attrition Report from the DFWI Report after remediation has been completed.
  8. Assist the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs with review and analysis of students’ academic statuses.
    1. Recommend probation, suspension or dismissal; or removal of sanctions based on results of the DFWI Report.
    2.  Update Database Manager with changes to students’ academic status.
  9. With the Program Assessment Analyst, verify academic records of students completing the program to ensure degree integrity.
  10. With the Director of Student Affairs, assess and document the effectiveness of office activities on a yearly basis.
  11. Provide general program support by attending university, community and professional events as requested by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs or the Dean.
  12. Teach in assigned courses.
  13. Serve on professional, school, and university committees as assigned.
  14. Maintain an active scholarship program with at least one publication each year.  Seek extramural funding.
  15. Provide ExamSoft support to faculty and students.
  16. Other responsibilities as assigned by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs or the Dean.

Qualifications:

  1. Eligible for licensure as a Pharmacist in the State of Louisiana
  2. Evidence of successful teaching
  3. Ability to work in a team environment with good interpersonal skills
  4. Familiarity or ability learn productivity software and databases
  5. Possess a customer friendly mentality
  6. Effective oral and written communication skills

Applications:Send resume electronically to:

 

LaQuita Danna

HR AnalystC

danna@ulm.edu

University of Louisiana is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:(6108, 6191 & 6192)
Assistant /Associate, Clinical Assistant/Clinical Associate Professor in Pharmacy Practice

DEPARTMENT:
Clinical Sciences

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position of faculty in the Clinical Sciences Department have a multitude of responsibilities that center primarily around teaching, service and research.

Teaching:
Teaching is a primary responsibility for Clinical Sciences faculty.  Faculty are expected to provide didactic lectures as well as teach in the Advanced Practice Experience.  Didactic lectures may be taught on campus or through distance learning technology.  Teaching responsibilities are at the discretion of the Department Head.  Specific responsibilities may include:

  1. Coordination or Co-coordination of team taught courses. 
  2. Provision of lectures in team taught courses.  This responsibility includes providing appropriate exam questions covering the material taught in a timely manner.
  3. When appropriate, provision of a single instructor course (Serving as coordinator and lecturer)
  4. Precepting students in the Advanced Practice Experience Program.  Precepting responsibilities include not only direct supervision of students in patient care encounters, but also appropriately conveying expectations at the beginning of the experience, individualized teaching, and providing formative feedback at the midpoint of the experience and summative feedback at the end of the experience

Service:
Service is the second area of primary responsibility for Clinical Sciences faculty.  The provision of professional services through contractual agreements with affiliated institutions is an important component of the position.  Specific responsibilities may be delineated in a service contract; however, in general, responsibilities include:

  1. Provision of pharmaceutical care for a defined population of patients
  2. Documentation of the service, including the financial impact of the service on the affiliated institution and/or the patient population.
  3. When appropriate, seeking patient or third party reimbursement for services.
  4. Serving as a member, secretary or other officer on committees at the affiliated institution with the approval of the Department Head.
  5. Serving as a member, secretary or chair of a Departmental, School, College or University committee.
  6. Participation in graduation ceremonies when assigned.
  7. Participation in Local, State and National Professional Organizations.
  8. Provision of Community service.

Scholarship:
he Department expects that individual faculty will pursue the discovery, integration, and application of knowledge as well as try innovative teaching techniques in the classroom.  The Department, College and University do expect that Clinical Sciences faculty will participate in the scholarship process when opportunity and time permit in the following ways:

  1. Poster presentations at State, National or International meetings
  2. Podium Presentations at State, National or International meetings
  3. Case-report or case-series publications
  4. Review article publication
  5. Peer-reviewed research article publication
  6. Serving as a manuscript or book reviewer for peer reviewed publications

When individual faculty have the interest and/or skill the pursuit of grant funding other scholarly activities are encouraged.

Promotion:
Promotion from Assistant to Associate and /or Associate to Professor will occur according to the guidelines set-forth in the Department and University’s guidelines.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates should have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited college/school of pharmacy (or equivalent) with residency and/or fellowship training. Those with equivalent experience in the area of practice will also be considered.  Eligibility for Louisiana state pharmacy licensure is required.  Board certification in a pharmacy care specialty is strongly desired.  Candidates should exhibit effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and dedication to student-centered education and lifelong learning. 

APPLICATIONS:
Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed.  Interested individuals should send  a letter of interest, curriculum vitae,  three (3) letters of recommendation (along with names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of the references) to the following.  Electronic submissions of all materials are encouraged. Send to:

LaQuita Danna

HR Analyst C

danna@ulm.edu

University of Louisiana is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


  

Position Announcement: 

Assistant Professor of Social Work (6166)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Department of Social Work at University of Louisiana at Monroe, seeks candidates for a tenure-track, 9-month, Assistant Professor Position.  This position includes the designation of Field Director and is ideal for the person who is interested in both field education and the chance to teach core and elective courses as well as have opportunities for advancement.  Candidates must possess an MSW from a CSWE-accredited program; have 2 years post-Master’s social work experience, and a Ph.D. in Social Work or a closely related discipline. ABD considered.  Candidates must have demonstrated teaching excellence at the college level.   On-line teaching experience is also desirable.  The work load is 12 credit hours with 3 credit hours per semester designated to directing the field program. As with all tenure-track appointments at University of Louisiana at Monroe, faculty members are expected to conduct appropriate scholarship/research, participate in university service, and student advising.  The Department of Social Work has been accredited by CSWE since 1977. 

QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates must possess an MSW from a CSWE-accredited program; have 2 years post-Master’s social work experience and a Ph.D. in Social Work although ABD candidates will be considered.  Of particular interest are candidates who have experience in teaching and field supervision.  On-line teaching experience is also desirable. 

The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include: (1) excellent teaching skills including a willingness to teach online and/or incorporate innovative approaches to classroom instruction; (2) evidence of an established or planned research agenda and professional development; (3) good interpersonal skills; (4) effective written and oral communication skills and (5) the ability to function collegially as a member of the faculty.  Work experience in a position relevant to the specific discipline would be a plus.

APPLICATIONS

Submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, one-page statement of teaching philosophy and contact information for three references to: 

LaQuita Danna

Human Resource Analyst

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

danna@ulm.edu

 

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT (6190)
Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership

RESPONSIBILITIES
The School of Education at the University of Louisiana Monroe is seeking an innovative and involved tenure track faculty member to teach graduate courses with a focus upon improving student academic achievement through enhanced scholarship and research. The successful candidate will join a dedicated faculty and leadership team working to enhance the quality of education in Louisiana and nation-wide.

QUALIFICATIONS
Basic Qualifications for Assistant Professor:

Preferred Qualifications for Assistant Professor:

Position Availability: August, 2017

Application Deadline: Application review begins immediately and may continue until the position is filled.

APPLICATIONS
The School of Education seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. ULM is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. A review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing how their educational background and professional experience meet the required and preferred qualifications for the position, (2) a current curriculum vitae, an unofficial transcript, and (3) contact information for three professional references. References should have current knowledge of candidates’ professional work. An official or certified copy of transcripts, proof of degree, proof of license and proof of certification will be required prior to any interview as a finalist for this position. All communications and materials should be directed to: 

LaQuita Danna

HR Analyst C

danna@ulm.edu

University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

 


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT 

Instructor in School of Accounting, Financial & Info Services (6159)


The College of Business and Social Sciences seeks a qualified individual to fill a position as an Instructor of Information Technology beginning with the Fall Semester of 2017. The campus is located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000. ULM’s business programs are AACSB accredited at the undergraduate, accounting, and MBA levels, and is a leading business educator in the region. ULM’s computer science program is accredited by ABET.

RESPONSIBILITIES
The College of Business and Social Sciences promotes a balance between teaching and intellectual contributions, combined with professional service to the university, discipline, and community. The normal teaching load will be 15 undergraduate credit hours per semester, and will normally include large sections of computer literacy.  The student population of the classes is diverse as the course is primarily a service course for a wide variety of majors across campus.  The opportunity for some online teaching of computer literacy may be available on occasion, primarily during the summer.    

QUALIFICATIONS

A master’s degree in an information technology or related field is required.  

The ideal candidate will also have: (1) Excellent teaching skills; (2) Strong skills in common business technology programs, especially Microsoft Office and Excel; (3) Evidence of ability to perform applied or instructional research; (4) Good interpersonal skills; (5) Effective written and oral communication skills; (6) Ability to function collegially as a member of the faculty; and (7) Desire and plan to contribute to the community and discipline in the area of information technology. 

APPLICATIONS
Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a current vita, and contact information for three references (electronic submission acceptable) to:

Attn: Laquita Danna

Human Resources

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

700 University Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71209
Phone: 318.342.5140

Email: danna@ulm.edu

 

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professor, Counseling (6146)

RESPONSIBILITIES

The University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) School of Health Professions in the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a nine month tenure track faculty position in the Counseling Program. The position(6146) is available Fall of 2017 or until filled.

The successful applicant will be expected to:

QUALIFICATIONS

Required Qualifications:

A Doctorate degree from a CACREP accredited program is preferred. Candidates must have a doctorate or equivalent in Counseling Education and Supervision, or related field. The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include:

        Preferred Qualifications:

APPLICATIONS

The School of Health Professions seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. A review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing how their educational background and professional experience meet the qualifications for the position, (2) a current curriculum vitae, (3) an unofficial or official transcript, (4) contact information for at least three professional references, and (5) a narrative detailing personal philosophy of Counseling, Supervision, and Pedagogy. References should have current knowledge of candidates’ professional work. An official or certified copy of transcripts, proof of degree, license(s), and/or supervision status will be required prior to any interview as a finalist for this position. All communications and materials should be directed to:

LaQuita Danna

HR Analyst C

ULM

danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Associate Professor/Professor and Endowed Chair in Agriculture(5800) 

Job Summary

As a senior faculty member and eminent scholar in precision agriculture, this person provides excellence in teaching to students; leads extramurally-funded applied research involving students, other faculty, and colleagues; and promotes strong ties to the agriculture community, especially in northern Louisiana.

Duties and Responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Working conditions

Primarily office and classroom work but with some potential for work outdoors

Physical requirements

Ability to perform office and classroom work, but may need ability to perform light farm work

Direct reports

None

APPLICATIONS:

Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed. Interested candidates should send a letter of application and current vita to:

LaQuita Danna
Human Resource Analyst C
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University
Monroe, LA.  71209
danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

 


  

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Instructor, Communication Program (5898)

The Communication Program in the School of Humanities at ULM invites applications for an instructor position beginning January 2017. This is a non-tenure track, renewable position. The Communication Program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, Journalism, and Public Relations. For more information about the university and the program go to www.ulm.edu.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is a nine-month position that combines a five-course per semester teaching load and service to the Program, School, and University. Summer teaching may be available.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

APPLICATIONS:
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, unofficial transcripts, and names and contact information for three references. The University reserves the right to contact additional references with notice given to candidates at appropriate times during the process. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals should email required materials as attachments to:

Dr. Mara Loeb, Search Committee Chair
Department of Communication
University of Louisiana, Monroe
Monroe, LA  71209
Email: loeb@ulm.edu

Please include “Application Materials for Instructor Position” in subject line.

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. 

 


 

 


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