Responsibilities include primary case responsibility in the outpatient receiving service as well as clinical instruction of veterinary students and interns in general and preventive medicine, and didactic teaching in the pre-clinical and undergraduate curriculum. The Primary Care Service emphasizes effective client communication, principles of practice management, and veterinary economics. The service's clinicians work closely with a team of certified veterinary technicians to ensure high quality care, excellent customer service, and an optimal teaching environment to prepare students for real-world practice.
Essential qualifications include a DVM/VMD or equivalent foreign degree and a minimum of 2 years of companion animal practice experience (canine and feline) or completion of a 1-year rotating internship program. Clinical practice must include experience in spay/castration surgeries, dental procedures, and a commitment to student teaching. The successful candidate must be eligible for Minnesota state veterinary licensure. Desired/preferred qualifications include 5 or more years of practice experience, strong skills and pursuit of continuing education in preventive medicine areas that may include the following: dentistry, nutrition, and/or behavior. Board certification in ABVP or demonstrated interest in achieving board certification is also desired. This position is a non-tenure contract track appointment with the title of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. Rank is dependent upon qualifications.
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