This site is a convenient way for students, alumni and field-based faculty of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy to learn about job opportunities with organizations looking for talented pharmacists. It offers such organizations a direct connection to approximately 1,000 registered pharmacists in Arizona and up to six months of posting their open positions.
For pharmacists and student pharmacists
The Office of Experiential Education at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy supports the career development of our students, alumni and faculty preceptors. As graduates and faculty of a top college of pharmacy, you are some of the most sought-after pharmacists in the nation. This website assists you in finding challenging careers that match your interests and skill sets.
The Office of Experiential Education supports innovative companies in the field of pharmacy practice as well as organizations looking for talented pharmacists. If you are looking for top talent, you will find it among the students, graduates and faculty preceptors of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy. This website assists you in finding talented pharmacists eager to join your organization.
How the Job Board works
- All job postings will be placed on the Job Board website for six months.
- Job descriptions will be blast e-mailed twice (at approximately day 1 and day 30) to a list of over 1,000 pharmacists including graduating pharmacists, residents, alumni and faculty preceptors.
Job Board costs
Job postings will be provided as a service to organizations making a financial contribution to the Experiential Education Program at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy.
- Service will be provided to organizations that sponsor the college's experiential education program through a contribution of $500 or more, $250 of which is a tax-deductible contribution.
If you have questions about the Job Board, contact director of experiential education, Janet Cooley at 520-626-5095.
To post a position, send the job description to Janet Cooley.