Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia seeks applications for an Assistant Professor in Finance in the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business Department.
This full-time 10 month position is available July 2014 and includes eligibility for full University benefits. The successful candidate will be eligible for an appointment at the Assistant Professor rank. The position will be eligible for a tenure track or non-tenure track faculty appointment commensurate with qualifications.
The candidate should possess a Master's (MBA or Master's in Taxation) or Doctorate in business or a related field. The preferred candidate will have five or more years of university teaching experience at the university level and relevant professional experience, including a CPA license. The person should be prepared to teach online and evening MBA courses, as well as undergraduate courses. Preference may be given to candidate with previous experience in online modes of teaching.
To be considered for this position, please submit an application electronically that includes your curriculum vitae and a letter of interest that details your professional experience, management, teaching, and leadership philosophy. The material should be sent in a PDF file with your name and the date as part of the file name to:
Prof. Brian Colfer
Chair, Undergraduate Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business Faculty Search Committee
Email: PHB_UG_Assistant Professor Search@usciences.edu
Applications are requested by April 30, 2014 regarding the position or the application process. Please contact Prof. Brian Colfer at the above email address.
Founded in 1821 as the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, USciences was the first school of pharmacy in the United States with long-standing ties to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. USciences is a private, independent, health sciences university located in the University City section of Philadelphia with 2,500 undergraduate and first professional degree students and 350 graduate students.
University of the Sciences is an Equal Opportunity Employer