The Board of Trustees invites applications and nominations for the President of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. |
The President serves as the chief executive officer of the College and is responsible for the day-to-day administration, management, leadership and oversight of the operations of the College. The President will work with internal and external constituents to lead, support and sustain the College’s vision, philosophy, and mission. The President is responsible for maintaining effective working relationships and representing the College to the Board of Trustees; accrediting agencies; local, state and federal legislators; and the regional community.
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, founded in 1881, is a private, independent institution committed to graduating the best health care minds in the world. It offers an array of degree programs designed to help students succeed in pharmacy and other health related fields. There are more than 1,600 students enrolled at ACPHS and more than 100 full-time faculty. The College’s main campus is located in Albany, New York; its satellite campus is in Colchester, Vermont.
The College offers a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program and bachelor's degrees in Biomedical Technology, Chemistry, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Health and Human Sciences, Microbiology, and Pharmaceutical Sciences. ACPHS also offers master’s degree programs in Biotechnology, Biotechnology-Cytotechnology, Cytotechnology and Molecular Cytology, Health Outcomes Research, and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The next President of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences should be an experienced and successful leader with vision, a record of successful management and a proven track record in resource development. Specifically, the President should possess the following:
• Leadership abilities necessary to develop and advance the College’s strategic plan;
• Communication skills to inspire confidence and trust;
• Demonstrated experience as a successful fundraiser; a commitment to developing private resources to support the College’s mission;
• A deep commitment to academic quality, scholarship and service;
• A proven record of hiring talented and diverse administrative leadership;
• A commitment to diversity and inclusion; and
• The ability to work with a variety of constituencies.
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
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