Employment at the Harrison School of Pharmacy
The Harrison School of Pharmacy is the largest pharmacy program in the state of Alabama with campuses in Auburn and Mobile. Nearly 600 students are enrolled in HSOP's professional degree program. A major research institution, the school also offers master's and doctoral degrees.
Work for HSOP
The Harrison School of Pharmacy has a large and diverse work force with nearly 60 faculty members, almost 40 administrative/professional staff members and more than 500 preceptors around the state and region.
For more information on administrative positions at HSOP and at Auburn University, check out the Auburn University Online Employment site for a listing of open positions and directions for applying.
Current Open Positions:
Department: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Position: Administrator I/II/III, Academic Programs
Application Link: www.auemployment.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=190825
Description: The position will work closely with students, faculty, staff, and administrators to coordinate all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the School's revised Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum and program. It will coordinate and/or direct all aspects of academic related program(s) and service(s), plan, design, develop, execute, and/or manage strategies and programs for academic related programs/groups/services (may assists in this function rather than be solely responsible in the lower level jobs of the family), and assist the program head with a variety of high-level administrative/professional program support responsibilities.
Additionally, the position will coordinate program/service activities to ensure relevant guidelines, specifications, policy and/or procedures are enforced and followed, provide information to and facilitate communication between administrators, faculty, staff, and students concerning program/services, maintain relevant databases to ensure accurate and accessible records, and may coordinate and organize courses/classes to include activities such as student registration, room scheduling, and ensuring appropriate equipment is available.
The selected candidate will monitor budget and grant funding and ensures expenditures are within specifications and in line spending projections; may research, write, submit, and/or administer grants and proposals for submission, prepare, review, and edit an assortment of communications through various media outlets, and plan and implement the management of resource development activities.
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Auburn, Alabama offers a unique professional and living environment, and is located approximately 100 miles south of Atlanta, Georgia, 50 miles from Montgomery, Alabama, 40 miles from Columbus, Georgia, and 120 miles south of Birmingham, Alabama. The Auburn and Opelika communities consist of approximately 100,000 people and offer a high quality of life with excellent schools and recreational opportunities. Auburn is a true multi-cultural college town with all the amenities associated with a full-service university.
Auburn University is one of the nation’s premier land, sea, and space grant institutions. In the 2014 edition of U.S. News & World Report, it was ranked 48th among public universities. Auburn is a high research activity institution, offering Bachelor’s, First Professional, Master’s, Educational Specialist, and Doctor’s degrees. Auburn University has 1,184 full-time faculty, and in Fall 2014 enrolled 25,912 students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and approximately 85 countries, including 20,629 undergraduates, 4,198 graduate students, and 1,085 first professional students.
Auburn University is an EEO/Vet/Disability Employer
Last Updated: January 11, 2017