Overview

The Assistant/Associate/Professor of Pharmacology faculty located in Harrogate, TN shall have the primary responsibility of teaching pharmacology in the DO and Masters programs as well as other program teachings as assigned. The faculty shall be held accountable for the teaching obligations as it contributes to the attainment of the mission of the University, the School, and the Department.

Required Qualifications

Ph.D. in pharmacology or an appropriate discipline or equivalent professional preparation.

Preferred Qualifications

Two years of postdoctoral training and an excellent scholarly record.

Campus: Harrogate

Posting Number: F00151P
Lincoln Memorial University is a values-based learning community dedicated to providing educational experiences in the liberal arts and professional studies. The main campus is located in Harrogate, Tennessee. For more information about employment opportunities, contact the Office of Human Resources at 423-869-7112 or humanresources@lmunet.edu.

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Background Check Statement

The University will conduct criminal background checks on all employees. Background checks may include but are not limited to confirmation of the individual’s identity, credit information, motor vehicle driving record, review of an individual’s criminal conviction record (if any), verification of any license, and certificate or degree required for the position.

Job Duties

  • Promote the mission of Lincoln Memorial University to all faculty, staff, students and to the community at large;
  • promote effective working relationships among faculty, staff and students;
  • establish curriculum, subject matter and methods of instruction and those aspects of student life which relate to the medical education process;
  • contribute to the planning, development and evaluation of courses and academic programs within the DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (LMU-DCOM);
  • promote by precept and example a general atmosphere within the DCOM of respect for knowledge, thought and inquiry;
  • maintain intellectual integrity and to strive for academic excellence in his/her teaching;
  • promote adequate standards of linguistic expression in writing and speech;
  • maintain up-to-date records of the grades of each student enrolled in his/her courses;
  • have on file in the appropriate office an outline and list of the goals and objectives for each lecture;
  • carry out lecture, seminar, small group discussion, and responsibilities effectively;
  • design and present a course, series of integrated lectures and/or small group discussions;
  • prepare examination questions as well as grade a course or portion of course;
  • meet classes according to published schedule;
  • commit to working in a multicultural environment that fosters diversity;
  • provide service by attending scheduled faculty meetings and by serving on appointed and or elected committees as required;
  • complete required institutional, program accreditation, and other reports necessary for the operation and advancement of University programs, both on campus and at extended campus sites; and
  • perform other duties as assigned.